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.

Upcoming Events

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

Corporate Worship is postponed until further notice due to public health concerns. Please worship with us digitally by clicking here.

Facebook Live Worship – Sunday, 10:30 AM

Permission to podcast/stream the music in this service obtained from ONE LICENSE, License #A-701279.


Join us online for worship on Christmas Eve – 4:30PM Family Worship with Holy Communion, 7:15PM Prelude of Carols with organ and cello, 7:30 PM Festival Worship with Holy Communion; Christmas Day – 10:30 AM Service of Lessons and Carols with Holy Communion.

See and hear the story of Jesusʼ birth and the coming of the wise men as told by the children of our community during our virtual worship on Sunday January 3, 2021 at 10:30 AM. 

On December 5, our Fellowship Hall was transformed into a blood donation center for Children’s Hospital. Eighteen members of CLC and the surrounding community donated blood that will help 65 children in the hospital.

By clicking on the image above, you may access, complete and submit an online version of the Statement of Intent form for our fall stewardship appeal.


Dr. Laura Colgate and Joy-Leilani Garbutt present a program of music composed by women.

Co-Sponsored by the Boulanger Initiative.

Organist Erik Wm. Suter and countertenor Roger O. Isaacs return to CLC for an all-Bach concert filled with musical treasures and treats.

Former CLC organist Geoffrey Simon brings the organ to life again with selections from the inaugural concert in 1969.

Dr. Russell J. Weismann shares a lecture recital on the history and musical significance of the work of Rudolf von Beckerath.

Recent Sermon


In her most recent pastor message, Bishop Eaton writes: “In our longing to be church…

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