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Center for Progressive Christianity

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The Center for Progressive Christianity (TCPC) was founded in 1996 by, retired Episcopal priest, James Rowe Adams in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It is established in line with the larger progressive movement within American Christianity taking place in mainline Protestant churches. The Center is a nondenominational network of affiliated congregations, informal groups, and individuals. Mission The stated mission of The Center for Progressive Christianity is: *"To reach out to those for whom organized religion has proved ineffectual, irrelevant, or repressive, as well as to those who have given up on or are unacquainted with it." *"To uphold evangelism as an agent of justice and peace." *"To give a strong voice both in the churches and the public arena to the advocates of progressive Christianity." *"To support those who embrace the search, not certainty." Members One of the Center for Progressive Christianity's goals involves creating a very broad tent. Their fourth po
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