City and Kingdom New York is an ongoing series of meetups in New York City, in which we explore the theological, philosophical, and above all practical aspects of living truly counter-cultural lives – as New Yorkers. At these meetings, and through the network of organizations, publications, and communities that they bring together, we look at, and learn from, different ways that men and women in our locality are carrying out the life of Christian discipleship – living with something like dual citizenship: seeking the good of the city, while owing final allegiance to the New Jerusalem. Read an article about our initial gathering here.
Each meeting of City and Kingdom New York consists of a talk, a performance, a debate, a presentation, or a panel, followed by a conversation over a meal. Urbanists, historians, nuns, rooftop gardeners, Church groups, homeschoolers, theologians, counter-revolutionary hipsters, college students, mothers, fathers, children, and friends gather together on a regular basis to discuss these issues, to learn from each other, and to scheme – for the good of our families, for the good of the city, and for the good of the world.
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