Come early and learn a new song to sing at worship with us!
Come early and enjoy a delicious breakfast with our church community. Children will have a chance to hunt Easter eggs at 10 AM.
On this evening we will gather in the Fellowship Hall for a special Seder highlighting the Jewish roots of our Holy Communion liturgy. We'll eat, pray and sing together. Around 7:45, we will move to the sanctuary for a simple service of Holy Communion. We are reminded of the suffering Jesus endured as the altar is stripped.
We will celebrate the Resurrection of Our Lord with choir and instruments and joyous worship.
The monthly series on creative and contemplative prayer continues with an exploration of walking prayer. The rhythmic movement of walking can center our breathing, hearts, and minds to facilitate conversations with God. Praying while walking is a centuries-old prayer practice adopted by pilgrims, mystics, religious professionals, and ordinary people alike. We will learn about the...
From Carnegie Hall to Christ Lutheran Church, you won't want to miss The Atlantic Reed Consort -- a quintet comprised of oboe, clarinet, bassoon, bass clarinet and saxophone. Their cutting edge sound and style both embraces the contemporary and adds a new twist to the likes of Bach, Gershwin and Ravel. You can find out...
As we being our Lenten journey, join us for brunch and feast on homemade pancakes, sausage, homemade applesauce, juice, beverages and dessert. Kids can watch 101 Dalmatians while everyone enjoys this time of fellowship. A free will offering will be collected. All are welcome!
Worship with Holy Communion.
This congregational session will take place in the Fellowship Hall.
As the nation prepares to inaugurate a new president on January 20th, please join us along 16th Street NW, on Thursday, January 19th from 6 – 7 pm to shine a light for social justice and a livable future.
This series of prayer workshops led by Vicar Katherine will introduce you to different forms of prayer that will deepen and enrich your own prayer practices. In each workshop, we’ll learn about the form of prayer together and then you’ll be given time to experiment with it on your own. We’ll finish by coming back...
This meeting will be held in the Library.
Rehearsals primarily take place in the choir room in basement.
See and hear the story of Jesus’ birth and the coming of the wise men as told by the children our community. The children's choir and community orchestra will lead us in singing. The new Church Council will also be installed today.
Epiphany Pageant rehearsal in the sanctuary.
DC Conference Clergy meeting will be held in the Fellowship Hall.
Committee meetings in the Fellowship Hall.
We will gather to de-green the sanctuary and set out new lights for Epiphany.
Celebrate the naming of Jesus and the gift of a New Year at worship in the sanctuary.
Hear the good news of Jesus birth from the prophets and the gospels. Join us in the Sanctuary to sing your favorite Christmas carols, and feast at God’s table.
Join us for a festival celebration of the birth of Jesus including carols, candlelight, holy communion and more music from Handel’s Messiah.
This Christmas Eve our musical prelude will feature excerpts from Handel’s Messiah relating to the Christmas story. Soloists Ashley Cunningham, Erin Feng, and Joshua DesPortes will be joined by a string quartet, trumpet, and the CLC Choir. The Children’s Choir will also be singing a special song at the close of the prelude. All are...
Prepare the way for Jesus in your hearts through this service of evening prayer that welcomes the coming Light. It will take place in the Chapel.
December 22 5:00 PM
Help us hang greens and place poinsettias as we continue to prepare our worship space for Christmas. We’ll provide a light supper in the narthex and Christmas music to inspire one and all. After we finish decorating on this shortest day, we’ll go outside for a brief prayer service and welcome back the light.
Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas, and often meet to gossip or share ideas. On the other hand, we bossed ourselves around, set impossible goals, and demanded longer hours than office jobs usually...