Tickets for Common Good RVA’s 2017 Conference are now on sale! This year’s topic is: Women + Men: At Work for the Common Good. Katelyn Beaty, author of A Woman’s Place and former managing editor of Christianity Today will serve as our keynote speaker during this conference exploring calling, career, and collaboration between women and men as we strive to glorify God in our daily lives.

We will also hear from two local speakers who will share their experiences as women living, working, and worshiping in Richmond:

+Mila Thomas, facilitator at Frontier Academy
+Susie Austin, former Executive Director of STEP in Washington DC who is spending her retirment living and serving here in Richmond

Our morning will conclude with a panel discussion and Q&A session moderated by Rachel Burgess, Vice President and Director of Research Operations at Southeastern Institute of Research.

We’ll meet on Saturday, February 11th, 8:30am to 1:30pm at Union Theological Seminary (3401 Brook Road). Visit for details. Early registration is $12 through January 31st; the price goes up to $15 on February 1st. Childcare is available for $10 per child; please register for childcare by Friday, February 3rd.

Common Good RVA is a post-partisan vision for Richmond’s flourishing that finds concrete expression in everyday decisions for the common good. We work to provide Richmonders with opportunities to explore how their working lives contribute to the common good and the flourishing of our entire city and its residents.