Worship brings us together,
renews our spirits, and sends us into the world refreshed and ready to live God’s love.
We’re always learning and growing
in God’s word and ways.
We have a heart for service
and lots of opportunities, like delivering food to neighbors in need.
Faith and fun come together
in Vacation Bible School.
We are a “Reconciling in Christ” congregation. We believe that the Good News of God’s grace is for all, regardless of age, abilities, physical and mental health, race, sexual orientation, gender identity, education, income or strength of faith. There is nothing we do, have done or will do, that can separate us from God. God makes no exceptions, nor do we. Come join us in praise, prayer and the work of our Lord!
Service of Holy Communion
Sunday @ 10:30 a.m.
5101 16th St. NW. Washington DC, 20011
We are holding vigils every Friday during the month of June on 16th Street. The goal is to bring people together (safely!) from various congregations, organizations, and neighborhoods to take a public action against racism and police violence. This is our public, prayerful, meditative response to the murder of George Floyd (and far too many more), as well as our way of being in solidarity with the people protesting in downtown DC and across the country.
As we celebrate Black Music Month this June, our weekly musical reflection comes from composer Florence Price, whose fascinating life story includes being the first African-American woman to have her music performed by a major symphony orchestra. Adoration, originally for organ solo, is reimagined for cello and piano and features the first socially-distant live recording in our series.
While our Wenchel “rose” window has been out for restoration, stained glass craftsman Andrew Goldkuhle has been sending us periodic updates of his progress and what he finds as he works on the panels.