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Monday, January 31, 2011

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity - Gathering 2/2, 5:30-8:30pm

The Washington Theological Consortium is hosting the 2011

PRAYER SERVICE FOR THE WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY
3RD ANNUAL FIGEL ADDRESS
CONSORTIUM ECUMENISM AWARD

This Year Honoring:

BISHOP THOMAS J. HOYT, JR.
Past President of the National Council of Churches and
Bishop of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church

FEBRUARY 2, 2011
5:30 p.m.

Howard University School of Divinity
1400 Shepherd Street NE
Washington, DC 20017

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Reception to follow

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Washington DC Area Youth Groups - CU Resources #23

Christ Centered Young People
Mount Airy Baptist Church
1100 North Capitol Street NW, Washington, DC 20002
(202) 789-0640

First Friday of each month. The activities for youth in grades seven though twelve are designed to encourage an inquiry into Christian identity, an openness to deal with diversity, sharpening of academic and intellectual skills; to help youth explore their feelings and concerns about significant social issues; and encourage them to use their individual talents in programs and ministries that interest them in order to nurture their growth as people of faith while providing volunteer services to the community.

Community Club
New York Avenue Presbyterian Church
1313 New York Avenue NW Washington, DC 20005
(202) 393-3700
Every Thursday night at 6:45 p.m., Peter Marshall Hall comes alive with the energy of some 100 7th-12th grade students and their mentors (tutors), working on homework, longer-term school projects, and college applications Consistent meeting week after week allows for a trusting relationship to grow. Additionally, doing homework in a room full of other teenagers who are also working hard provides positive peer pressure that may not exist in their neighborhood environments. At 8:00 p.m. work stops, and the assembled group hears Club announcements, including the latest scholarship and college acceptance letters. As the younger students thunderously applaud the fruits of the seniors’ hard work, their own desires for academic success are nurtured.

Crossroads (Middle School) & Cornerstone (High School)
The Falls Church
115 E. Fairfax Street
Falls Church, VA 22046
703-574-4390
http://www.thefallschurch.org/pages/page.asp?page_id=32181
The purpose of The Falls Church Student Ministries is...
…to bring students into an authentic and growing relationship with Jesus Christ that transforms their lives and impacts the lives of those around them.
…to develop a dynamic community of high school and middle school students that is rooted in the grace and love of Jesus.
…to walk alongside students as they pursue Christ and to help them navigate through the challenges and joys of middle school and high school life.


Firesides
Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church
1 Chevy Chase Circle NW, Washington DC 20015
(202) 363-2202
Sunday evenings from 6pm - 8pm, grades 9th - 12th. After a dinner together, each group enjoys a time of fellowship, fun, games, and study. Please call church for details.

Friday Night Youth Group
National Presbyterian Church
4101 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20016
(202) 537-0800
Friday nights from 7pm - 9pm. Middle Schoolers meet in the Multipurpose Building, Room 101. High Schoolers meet in Jones Hall / School Gym. Please call church for details.

Hearthstones
Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church
1 Chevy Chase Circle NW, Washington DC 20015
(202) 363-2202
Sunday evenings from 6pm - 8pm, grades 6th - 8th. After a dinner together, each group enjoys a time of fellowship, fun, games, and study. Please call church for details.

High School Youth Group
Christian Reformed Church
5911 New Hampshire Ave NE, Washington, DC 20011
(202) 832-7539
The High School Youth Group is made up of everyone in grades 9-12 in the church and three leaders. The Youth Group meets about once a month, usually at the church, but occasionally at the leader's houses for the chance to hang out in a Christian setting. We talk about issues that are pressing for the kids as they travel through life. We also plan several fun activities for each season. Past outings have included camping on the Eastern Shore, Lazer Tag and bowling and plenty of overnighters. You'll have to come to one of the Youth Group's overnight events at the church to really understand Grog, but let's just say it's probably one of the best games ever made for a dark church. Please call for details!

Male Youth Enhancement
Shiloh Baptist Church
1500 Ninth Street, NW, Washington DC 20001
(202) 232-4200
Wednesdays and Fridays from 4:30pm - 8:45pm, in the Gymnasium.

Middle School Youth Group
Christian Reformed Church
5911 New Hampshire Ave NE, Washington, DC 20011
(202) 832-7539
The middle school youth group, grades six through eight, is held one Saturday evening a month at the church for a fun time of devotions, games, snacks and hanging out.

Porch, The
Washington Community Fellowship, Christ our Shepherd Church, Faith Tabernacle, Church of the Resurrection and others.
Meets at Washington Community Fellowship
907 Maryland Ave. NE, Washington, DC 20002
(202) 543-1926
theporchdc@gmail.com
Wednesday nights, grades 7th - 12th.
We honor God, ourselves and others, have fun, play games, laugh, dance, listen to good music, eat delicious food, celebrate birthdays, meet new people, strengthen friendships, study the Bible, learn Truth about ourselves, discover Truth about God, get to know Jesus, learn how to follow Him, experience the Holy Spirit, worship through song, participate in small group discussions, ask hard questions, share honest answers, hear authentic testimonies, receive encouragement and support, give encouragement and support, talk to God, listen to God, receive love from God, and so much more!

Robotics Ministry
Mount Airy Baptist Church
1100 North Capitol Street NW, Washington, DC 20002
(202) 789-0640

To.promote technology learning, the use of robots and computers as valuable tools to enhance the educational experience of youth and young adults. Please call church for details.

SWYRA
Zion Baptist Church
4850 Blagden Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20011
(202) 722-4940
Girls only: Third Saturdays from 10am - 12pm (Except July and August), ages 13 -18. The Program provides girls a variety of developmental, educational, cultural, social and age-appropriate life-sustaining experiences. Workshops on communication skills, healthy self-esteem and interpersonal relationships along with theater outings and book discussions are typical examples of activities in which the group engages.

Thursday Night's Live!
DC Christian Reformed Church
5911 New Hampshire Ave NE, Washington, DC 20011
(202) 832-7539
Thursday Nights Live! is the primary summer program of the DCCRC. Part family night, and part community outreach, the congregation and community come together for six weeks of fun in getting to know eachother, and rejuvenating our Christian faith. Every Thursday evening for six weeks, we start by eating a free meal together, prepared by volunteers. After the meal we disperse for singing, crafts, outdoor games and adult group discussions. The amount of energy and laughter in our building on a weekly basis make us all eager for the next year's program to come rolling around.

Urban Sent Youth Group
Christ Church
3855 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington DC 20016
(202) 363-4090
Fridays at 7:30pm.

Young Adults and Urban Sent Youth Group
Christ Church
3855 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington DC 20016
(202) 363-4090
Sundays at 7pm. Teens, singles, and married couples in their 20’s & 30’s! Come join us for music food, concerts, outings, discussions on faith, friends, and much more!

Youth Bible Study
Mount Moriah Baptist Church
1636 East Capitol Street NE, Washington DC 20003
(202) 544-5588
Friday evenings at 7pm. Please call church for details.

Youth Bible Study Class
Saint Paul AME Church
4901 14th Street NW, Washington DC 20011
(202) 882-7088
Wednesdays at 6:45pm

Youth Bible Study Class
Shiloh Baptist Church
1500 Ninth Street, NW, Washington DC 20001
(202) 232-4200
Tuesdays from 7:15pm - 8pm.

Youth Fellowship
Faith Moravian Church of the Nation's Capitol
405 Riggs Road, N.E. Washington, D.C. 20011
(202) 635-9012
Saturdays at 4pm, ages 11 - 17. Bible Study, youth choir, arts and crafts, community service. Please call church for details.

Youth Group
Georgetown Presbyterian Church
3115 P Street, NW, Washington DC 20007
(202) 338-1644
Sunday evenings at 5pm. Our Youth Group is involved in many service and missions projects. Please call church for details.

Youth Ministry
Capitol Hill Baptist Church
525 A Street, N.E Washington, D.C. 20002
(202) 543-6111
Alternating Fridays at 7pm. Come join us on the fourth floor for a time of fun, studying God's Word, and small groups! Please call church for details.

Youthirst
Grace Covenant Church
707 7th St. NW, Washington, DC 20001
PO Box 50202, Washington, DC 20091
(202) 832-3330
Youthirst is the Youth Group of Grace Covenant Church. It is held on the 1st & 3rd Sunday of every month at 10:30am, near the concession stand at the Regal Cinemas in Chinatown. All youth are welcome to attend. Our Mission is to cultivate a family of youth that reflects evangelism,discipleship and lordship while training reliable and trustworthy leaders who will advance the Kingdom of God in their generation and generations to come.
http://www.gracecovdc.org/about/youthirst/

ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute its very helpful information, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor changes, on TCDC in this series.

Washington DC Area Women's Ministries - CU Resources #22

Business & Professional Women's Guild
National Presbyterian Church
4101 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20016
(202) 537-0800
First Saturdays at 11:45am, October through June, in Stone Hall. BPWG is an organization whose members seek to grow in Christian faith and fellowship through prayer, study, and participation in a comprehensive program of Christian service. Fellowship begins at 11:45 a.m., a buffet luncheon in served at noon, followed by the Guild’s program at 1 pm. Please call church for details.

Ladies Of Vision and Empowerment
Mount Airy Baptist Church
1100 North Capitol Street NW, Washington, DC 20002
(202) 789-0640
To establish unity and spiritual growth in an atmosphere of friendship and love among the women of the Mount Airy Baptist Church.

Moravian Women's Fellowship
Faith Moravian Church of the Nation's Capitol
405 Riggs Road, N.E. Washington, D.C. 20011
(202) 635-9012
Moravian Women seek to facilitate the women of all congregations to more fully become the people God intends. The organization is formed to accomplish what can be done better by community than by individuals and to facilitate each woman’s answer to God’s call. Please call church for details.

Women's Ministries
Bethesda Baptist Church
1808 Capital Avenue NE, Washington DC 20002
(202) 635-2883
Engages in a diversified program for women, with a view to the spiritual growth and development of the individual believer and to the church. Meets on the fourth Saturday of every month for prayer meeting at 9:00 a.m. All women are automatically members of the Women's Ministry by virtue of their membership in the church.

Women's Ministries
Nineteenth Street Baptist Church
4606 16th Street N.W (not a typo)
Washington, DC 20011
(202) 829-2773
Second Wednesdays at 6:30pm. Our meetings bring women together in various ways to help them develop deeper relationships with Christ. Central to that mission is prayerful thinking, the study of the scripture and Christian fellowship. Please call church for details.

Women's Ministry
Grace Covenant Church
707 7th St. NW, Washington, DC 20001
PO Box 50202, Washington, DC 20091
(202) 832-3330
At Grace Covenant Church of DC the women are engaged in discipleship (spiritual mentoring), growing in current friendships, and inviting others into new relationships. No woman is an island and at GCC there are opportunities through small groups and women's events to fit into the family as you desire. For more info, please contact Marianne Jones at me-jones@hotmail.com .

Women's Ministry
Paramount Baptist Church
3924 4th Street SE, Washington, DC 20032
(202) 562-6339
The Paramount Baptist Church Women’s Ministry embodies strong, Christian women helping women to nurture their spirituality, their prayer life and a relationship with God. The Ministry fellowships with our sisters of the church and community with the Annual Ladies Night Out and the periodic Women's Ministry Book Club readings and discussions. The Ministry also mentors to the needs of the young girls and young ladies of the church and community to encourage their growth to spiritual maturity and to encourage them to serve others. We provide opportunities for ministry in the community with assistance in various programs and activities such as SHARE program, Outreach and Homebound Ministries.

Women's Ministry
Zion Baptist Church
4850 Blagden Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20011
(202) 722-4940

Monday after the first Sunday at 6:30pm. The mission is for every female, teen and adult to become an active member using her talents to do God’s will and to do His work. The women have adopted the colors of green and white to keep us mindful to remain fresh, alive, and always ready to grow in wisdom and in stature. The objective is prayerful thinking, study of the scripture, and Christian fellowship.

Women's Prayer Breakfasts
Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church
201 4th Street SE, Washington, DC 20003
(202) 547-8676
Saturdays at 9am. Please call church for details.

ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute its very helpful information, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor changes, on TCDC in this series.

Washington DC Area Visitation and Ministry to the Home-bound - CU Resources #21

See also Seniors Ministries

Home Bible Study
Evening Light Apostolic Church
1327 Constitution Avenue, NE, Washington DC 20002
202 544 1828
Cannot make it out to church due to illness, transportation or other situations that prevent you from doing so, well, not to fret. We will come to you. Email us and lets set up a study engagement. God Bless!
Email: Evanglleejackson@aol.com

Hospital & Home Visitation
National Presbyterian Church
4101 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20016
(202) 537-0800
If you or someone you know has a care need, please email Evangeline Taylor at ETaylor@NationalPres.org.

In Touch
National Presbyterian Church
4101 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20016
(202) 537-0800
Individual volunteers are paired with home-bound members, paying them monthly home visits to bring friendly conversation and a short prepared devotional. You may want to download the In Touch Brochure (PDF).
Email Al Duncker at Duncker@msn.com.

Ward Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Church
241 42nd Street, NE Washington, DC 20019
(202) 398-2500

We minister to the sick and shut-in members of Ward Memorial A. M. E. Church. Members are visited., scriptures are read, telephone calls are made, get-well and seasonal cards are sent. Tapes of services are provided upon request. Communion is administered by the Pastor. In addition to the church membership, nonmembers are visited at home, in hospitals and nursing homes. Inspirational booklets, magazines and senior papers are also taken to nursing homes for distribution to residents.

ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute its very helpful information, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor changes, on TCDC in this series.

Washington DC Area Virtual Church Resources: Online Audio, Video, etc. - CU Resources #20

AUDIO SERMONS

3 Strands Community Church
http://www.georgetowncommunity.org/media.html

Capitol Hill Baptist Church
http://www.capitolhillbaptist.org/audio/

Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church
http://www.chevychasepc.org/WorshipMusic/Sermons/tabid/11035/Default.aspx

Christ Our Shepherd Church
http://christourshepherd.org/teachings.htm

Grace Covenant Church
http://www.gracecovdc.org/media/

Grace Presbyterian Church
http://www.gracedc.net/resources/sermons/

Metropolitan A.M.E. Church
http://www.metropolitanamec.org/sermons.asp

Mount Moriah Baptist Church
http://mountmoriahchurch.org/index.php?nid=120737&s=gl

National Community Church
http://theaterchurch.com/media

National Presbyterian Church
http://www.natpresch.org/sermons.php

Takoma Park Baptist Church
http://www.takomaparkbaptistchurch.org/media.asp

Third Street Church of God
http://www.thirdstreet.org/Order_Of_Services/OOS_Index.htm

Zion Baptist Church
http://ziondc.org/page.aspx?pageid=119&sectionid=30

PODCASTS

Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church
http://www.capitolhillpreschurch.org/sermons-podcasts/

National Community Church
http://theaterchurch.com/media/podcast

RADIO

Clarion Radio Show
Mount Moriah Baptist Church
Clarion Radio Show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/The-Clarion
Archives: http://mountmoriahchurch.org/index.php?nid=96536&s=mn

International Ethiopian Evangelical Church
7930 Eastern Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20012
(202) 726–8529
The voice of hope radio broadcast can be heard in Ethiopia and surrounding countries Thursday and Sunday on 15.775- 19 meter band Evening at 12:30 pm Ethiopian time. Also, you can hear the voice of Hope program online 24/7 at www.biblevoice.org . To listen, click here

Israel Metropolitan CME Church
Sundays at 1:30pm, WYCB 1340, AM

SERMON TRANSCRIPTS

Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church
(scroll down for the list)
http://www.chevychasepc.org/WorshipMusic/Sermons/tabid/11035/Default.aspx

Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church
(Click on right-side links)
http://www.metropolitanamec.org/sermons.asp

Western Presbyterian Church
(Blog style)
http://www.westernchurch.net/blog/

TELEVISION

International Ethiopian Evangelical Church
7930 Eastern Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20012
(202) 726–8529

http://www.vixtream.com/ieec/

VIDEO

Allen Chapel A.M.E.
http://www.acamec.org/messages.htm

International Ethiopian Evangelical Church
7930 Eastern Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20012
(202) 726–8529

http://www.eecdc.org/webcastvideo.html

National Community Church
http://theaterchurch.com/media

Ward Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Church
http://video.wardmemorialamec.org/

ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute its very helpful information, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor changes, on TCDC in this series.


Washington DC Area Unique Ministries: Arts, Health, Mental Health, etc. - CU Resources #19

There are many wonderful potential additions to this page. Please feel free to contribute.

7-2-9 Club
New York Avenue Presbyterian Church
1313 New York Avenue NW Washington, DC 20005
(202) 393-3700
The 7-2-9 Club was started on Valentine's Day 1979 as an outreach project for the recovering mentally ill. This was the beginning of one of the most unique, gratifying, and intellectual experiences that we have had here in the church. The club meets every Wednesday night from 7:00 to 9:00 (which is how the club got its name). The membership consists of three primary groups: 20+ persons who currently reside at and are being treated at St. Elizabeths Hospital; 20+ persons who have been discharged from the hospital and come on their own from community residence facilities and their own apartments; and 4 to 6 volunteers from the church and community. All these persons come to be with each other, share experiences both good and bad, to discuss problems,and to exchange ideas. Please call church for details.

Care Teams
National Presbyterian Church
4101 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20016
(202) 537-0800
A Care Team is a group of 6-10 volunteers with a Care Team Coordinator leading each team. Together, they offer practical Christian support to their Care Partner, who is challenged by health related conditions—often due to a recent trauma, surgery, or illness. A Care Team will support its care partner for one to six months---with three months being typical. Care Team members help with real life needs, such as: Respite care, Household chores, and repairs, Transportation, Gardening and yard work, Errands and Meals, Social outings, Phone calls and letter writing, and Ministry of presence. All Care Team members complete the six-hour orientation before serving. An in-service pro-gram is provided annually.

Computer Lab
Israel Metropolitan Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
557 Randolph Street, Washington DC 20011
(202) 723-5795
This Ministry provides several computers and printers that will teach those in the community how to use the computer and give them skills that will help them obtain gainful employment. Please call church for details.

Drama Ministry
Shiloh Baptist Church
1500 Ninth Street, NW, Washington DC 20001
(202) 232-4200
Thursdays from 4:30pm - 6pm. The mission of the Drama Ministry is to praise God in making joyful noises through demonstrations of voice patterns, rhythms and creativity of characters, and role-playing with each performance demonstrating biblical teachings. Please call church for details.

Dramatics Club
Bethesda Baptist Church
1808 Capital Avenue NE, Washington DC 20002
(202) 635-2883
Persons with special gifts for drama are invited to join.

House Theatre Company
Florida Avenue Baptist Church
623 Florida Avenue NW, Washington DC 20001
(202) (202) 667-3409
Plays and dramas for the public. Please call church for details.

ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute its very helpful information, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor changes, on TCDC in this series.

Washington DC Area Sports Ministries - CU Resources #18

BASKETBALL

First Baptist Church
1328 16th Street, NW Washington, DC 20036
(202) 387-2206
Young Adults: Basketball in the FBC gym every Saturday from 12-2 PM. Join us on the court! For more information, contact us at young_adults@firstbaptistdc.org.

Mount Airy Baptist Church
1100 North Capitol Street NW, Washington, DC 20002
(202) 789-0640
The Mount Airy Youth Basketball Team provides basketball instruction, games, and sportsmanship for boys and girls ages 7 and older who live in the Northwest One communitt. We offer a “House” program organized according to age. The House league activities go from late November through mid-March.

Ward Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Church
241 42nd Street, NE Washington, DC 20019
(202) 398-2500
Church has three teams: an 8-12 year old team named the Cavaliers; 13-15 year old team named the Warriors; and a Men's team. Our teams are co-ed and don't require you to be a member of the church to join. The youth teams play beginning in June lasting till August. Our men's team play from January till April. Please call church for details.
http://www.wardmemorialamec.org/basketball.htm

FITNESS

Exercise Class for Seniors
Hughes Memorial United Methodist Church
25 53rd Street, NE, Washington, DC 20019
(202) 398-3411
Daytime classes designed for seniors. Call the office for info.

Fun & Fitness For the Spirit
Asbury United Methodist Church
11th and K Sts, NW Washington, DC 20001
(202) 628-0009
Mondays at 11am. Please call church for details.

Tai Chi Classes
Shiloh Baptist Church
1500 Ninth Street, NW, Washington DC 20001
(202) 232-4200
Saturdays from 9:30am - 11am.

FOOTBALL

Co-ed Football League
Christ Our Shepherd Church
801 North Carolina Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20003
(202) 544-9599
We play during the Autumn/Fall season. Several churches are involved. Please call church for details.

MARTIAL ARTS

Tornado Tae Kwon Do
Shiloh Baptist Church
1500 Ninth Street, NW, Washington DC 20001
(202) 232-4200
Tuesdays from 7pm - 8:45pm.
Saturdays from 8am - 9:30am.

SOFTBALL / BASEBALL

Co-ed Softball
Christ Our Shepherd Church
801 North Carolina Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20003
(202) 544-9599

We play during the Spring season. Please call church for details.

TENNIS

Shiloh Baptist Church
1500 Ninth Street, NW, Washington DC 20001
(202) 232-4200
Saturdays from 8am - 10am.

VOLLEY BALL

First Baptist Church
1328 16th Street, NW Washington, DC 20036
(202) 387-2206

Fridays from 7pm - 10pm

ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute its very helpful information, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor changes, on TCDC in this series.

Washington DC Area Young Adult Ministries - CU Resources #17

Capital City Young Adults

726 7th Street SE*
Washington, DC 20003
Sunday Worship at the Atlas Center for the Performing Arts, 1333 H St. NE.
202-234-3716 (phone)
202-544-1187 (fax)
contact@capitalcitychurchdc.org
You’ll find many opportunities to get to know others, events with topics that focus on the needs of young-adults, and you’ll build life-long friendships through small groups scattered around the DC region.

Club Holy Ghost
Ward Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Church
241 42nd Street, NE Washington, DC 20019
(202) 398-2500

Saturdays at 6pm. These worship experiences incorporate a variety of creative ways to praise God. One can expect to find not only young adult choirs and young preachers but also step teams, dancers, spoken word, comedy, and mime, among many other things. Whether you’re young in age or young at heart, we invite you to celebrate at Club Holy Ghost! And don’t worry about paying admission – it’s free! Jesus paid it all!

DC Catalyst
Grace Covenant Church
707 7th St. NW, Washington, DC 20001
PO Box 50202, Washington, DC 20091
(202) 832-3330
Grace Covenant Church DC Young Professionals ministry, known as DC Catalyst, is a ministry for professionals, of any marital status and ages 23-35, who seek to build relationship with Christ, others, and the community, through various workships, events, and community projects. For more info, please contactdc.catalyst@gmail.com.

Grace DC
637 Indiana Ave. NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20004
(Worship Sundays at 5pm, at Calvary Baptist Church, 777 8th St. NW)
office@gracedc.net
Tel. 202.386.7637
Fax 202.386.7642
www.gracedc.net
In the Grace DC Network, our purpose is to be a church in and for the city. We long to be an inwardly-growing and outwardly-serving community, faithfully striving to express the Gospel of Jesus Christ. That Gospel is a proclamation (Word) and demonstration (Deed) of God’s rich and persistent grace to deeply flawed and sinful people. The Bible tells us that the Church is the continuing ministry of Jesus, so we feel that our community and ministry ought to reflect His gracious words and deeds, as well as engage skeptics, seekers and followers.

Post College / Young Adult Group
Christian Reformed Church
5911 New Hampshire Ave NE, Washington, DC 20011
(202) 832-7539
In the Post College/Young Adult Bible Study, our unofficial motto is "good for the soul, bad for the waistline." We meet on the second Sunday of the month after church for a potluck and discussion, which usually revolves around a book we've chosen. The food is always plentiful, and the discussion is just as good. We also get together to play ultimate frisbee, go camping, and just hang out. Most of us have graduated from college and are working or in graduate school, but we welcome anyone who's out of high school and interested in joining us. For more information, contact Amy at abvandervliet@gmail.com.

Single Adults Ministry
Zion Baptist Church
4850 Blagden Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20011
(202) 722-4940

Third Sundays after worship service. Provides the opportunity to fellowship; also shares resources of information and educational support in spiritual growth, health, knowledge, techniques, attitudes and actions of total completeness in Jesus Christ, and health.

TnT
(Twenties and Thirties)
Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church
201 4th Street SE, Washington, DC 20003
(202) 547-8676
This small group welcomes young adult CHPC members and friends to the church and organizes periodic events to get to know one another outside of worship, such as going to brunch after church or attending concerts or movies together. Activities are usually announced in church and on the web site. Please call church for details.

ViZions
Zion Baptist Church
4850 Blagden Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20011
(202) 722-4940

Second Sundays following worship service (except July and August). Provides a spiritually based, young adult ministry which seeks to unite individuals through worship, including prayer and study: through fellowship, friendship and through service to others. This ministry seeks to harness the Godly excitement and spiritual energy of young adults in our Church and community by sharing God’s word, showing God’s love and following God’s example.

YADA/Young Adult Disciples in Action
National City Christian Church
5 Thomas Circle, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Tel. 202-232-0323, Fax 202-797-0111
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mail@nationalcitycc.org
YADA is a community of 20's and 30's seeking to know God and know each other. In Hebrew, "yada" means "to know" and is used in the Bible to describe a relationship with God. It implies far more than an intellectual knowledge, and expresses an intimate, personal involvement. YADA is also an acronym for Young Adult Disciples in Action, a part of National City Christian Church in Washington, DC. We are young adults, professionals, students, marrieds, and singles. Our style is informal, our topics are relevant and our discussions are sincere. Please join us Sundays and Tuesdays!

ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute its very helpful information, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor changes, on TCDC in this series.

Washington DC Area Seniors Ministries - CU Resources #16

See Also Visitations to the Homebound

and

Foggy Bottom Resources for Seniors, by the Foggy Bottom Interfaith Network.
www.savefoggybottom.com/back_issue_pdfs/Seniors_Guide.pdf
Useful information for residents of all areas of DC.

Exercise Class for Seniors
Hughes Memorial United Methodist Church
25 53rd Street, NE, Washington, DC 20019
(202) 398-3411
Daytime classes designed for seniors. Call the office for info.

Prime Time
National Presbyterian Church
4101 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20016
(202) 537-0800
This group was formed to provide special opportunities for church members 55 and older. They meet once a month on Thursday mornings for either a program at the church (a speaker, drawing class, bridge, driver safety education class, hymn sing-along, etc.) or for an outing (the National Cathedral Tour and Tea, the American Indian Museum, the Air and Space Museum at Dulles Airport, an art gallery, etc.)

Senior Citizen's Club
Shiloh Baptist Church
1500 Ninth Street, NW, Washington DC 20001
(202) 232-4200
Wednesdays from 1pm - 3pm, Heritage Hall

Seniors' Exercise
Shiloh Baptist Church
1500 Ninth Street, NW, Washington DC 20001
(202) 232-4200
Wednesdays from 12pm - 1pm, in Heritage Hall.

Senior League
Zion Baptist Church
4850 Blagden Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20011
(202) 722-4940
Third Thursdays at 11am in the Chapel. Supports senior citizens to “keep abreast of the times” through fellowship, entertainment, and spiritual uplifting meetings. The League fellowships through socials, field trips, theatre parties, interest in politics, attending conferences, and conventions.

Senior Saints' Division
New Samaritan Baptist Church
1100 Florida Avenue NE, Washington DC 20002
(202) 397-1870
The Senior Division is designed for a group of seasoned adults (ages 65 and above) that are dedicated to righteous and fruitful living to the fullest which includes activities, workshops, events and services. Please call church for details.

S.K.I.F.F.
(Shipmates Knit In Firm Friendship)
National Presbyterian Church
4101 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20016
(202) 537-0800
This group is open to all, meeting on the first Monday of each month at noon in Stone Hall for lunch and a program. Although its emphasis is on fellowship, Skiff’s supports the Lord’s missions and missionaries worldwide. It is also committed to supplying Bibles for the third grade Sunday school class every year. Dues are $5 per year.

Sunday Evening Club
National Presbyterian Church
4101 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20016
(202) 537-0800
First Sundays at 6pm in Room 110. Founded in 1947 as an inter-denominational group, SEC meets for fellowship, a program and refreshments. In addition, the group sponsors Christian service activities, such as meeting with residents of St. Elizabeth's Hospital, a St. E's Christmas party, running bridge night at Ingleside, and helping with NPC Fall Fair. SEC also sponsors a spring retreat open to all older adults. Please call church for details.

Very Important People
Mount Airy Baptist Church
1100 North Capitol Street NW, Washington, DC 20002
(202) 789-0640
The Very Important People (VIP) Senior Afult Ministry provides opportunities for service, growth, fellowship and support to Mount Airy members who are over age 55. The VIPs recognize the unique needs of our senior members to stay actively connected in a church that continues to grow and change at an amazing pace. This ministry offers regular opportunities for fellowship throughout the year.

Young At Heart
Israel Metropolitan Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
557 Randolph Street, Washington DC 20011
(202) 723-5795
We open with a brief devotion, which includes song, scripture, and prayer. Sometimes poems and readings are added. We schedule speakers who discuss different topics that pertain to seniors. We have discussions among the members on various topics of interest. Each year we choose a charity to make contributions to. Often time our charitable contributions go to help children’s outreach organizations. Socially, we enjoy touring sites of the city, using the church to hold luncheons and planning out of the city. We enjoy the fellowship and camaraderie, giving support when needed. Please call church for details.

Zion Baptist Enterprises
Zion Baptist Church
4850 Blagden Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20011
(202) 722-4940

The mission of the Zion Baptist Enterprises is to provide day care for seniors not only in Zion Baptist Church, but in the community at large. A subsidiary of Zion Baptist Church, it is a non-profit corporation organized under the laws of the District of Columbia. The ministry provides a comfortable, safe and stimulating atmosphere at 4817 Blagden Avenue, N.W. It is the premier provider of adult day services which includes daily healthy meals, challenging and fun activities in a structured day program. Please call church for details.


ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute its very helpful information, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor changes, on TCDC in this series.


Washington DC Area Prison Ministries - CU Resources #15

Israel Metropolitan Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
557 Randolph Street, Washington DC 20011
(202) 723-5795
This Ministry is working very closely with the 2,500 persons that were released back into the Greater Washington Vicinity in the month of January 2002. There are training sessions that are being held to help those interested in being Mentors to those released. At Christmas, we serviced 32 different families of those incarcerated with gifts for their children and families.

Paramount Baptist Church
3924 4th Street SE, Washington, DC 20032
(202) 562-6339
The commitment of the Prison Ministry is to provide an outreach for ex-offenders, and, in particular, those with children. Our goal is to assist them in their transition back into society and help them in their realizing their God-given potential. Our ministry focuses on God's word, which says that we are mandated to be aware of social consciousness and concern for others. We provide assistance through various aspects of ministry, i.e., visitation, communication, provisions, Bible study, evangelism and fellowship. In addition, we also work on behalf of family members, friends and children who are affected by incarceration.

Ward Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Church
241 42nd Street, NE Washington, DC 20019
(202) 398-2500
Intercessory prayer for inmates and their family. Collection of items and supplies to give to the inmates. Development of Bible Studies and Workshops for the inmates. Mentors to ex-offenders returning to the community.
http://www.wardmemorialamec.org/prison%20ministry.htm


Prison Fellowship International
44180 Riverside Parkway
Lansdowne, VA 20176

For all general inquiries call 1-877-478-0100.
For BreakPoint inquiries call 1-877-3-CALLBP (22-5527)
For Angel Tree inquiries call 1-800-55-ANGEL (2-6435)
For Justice Fellowship inquiries, e-mail justicefellowship@pfm.org
For local volunteer opportunities call 1-800-251-7411
Prison Fellowship reaches out to prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families both as an act of service to Jesus Christ and as a contribution to restoring peace to our cities and communities endangered by crime.
www.prisonfellowship.org

Also see the International Network of Prison Ministries, http://prisonministry.net/

ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute its very helpful information, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor changes, on TCDC in this series.

Monday, January 24, 2011

Washington DC Area Preschool/Nursery/Day Care - CU Resources #15

A limited selection: feel free to add more.

Caterpillar Preschool
Wisconsin Avenue Baptist Church
3920 Alton Place, NW Washington, DC 20016
(202) 237-1799
French and Spanish language immersion programs, ages 2.5-5 http://city-gate.org/programs/caterpillar-preschool/

Child Development Center
First Baptist Church
1328 16th Street, NW Washington, DC 20036 
(202) 387-2206, ext. 236 
Headed by the Director of the Child Development Center, our quality staff meets and follows District of Columbia requirements. Our staff members are trained in early childhood care techniques and are dedicated to the well-being of your child. We have implemented The Creative Curriculum which is a literacy based curriculum that enhances learning and developmental growth. Operation hours are 7:30 AM to 6 PM, Monday through Friday. We are closed on federal holidays and follow DC Public School closings for inclement weather. For more information, call (202) 387-2206, extension 236
 http://www.firstbaptistdc.org/?template=child_development_center.html&section=programs

Full Gospel Tabernacle Child Development Center
632 11th St. NE Washington, DC 20002 (202) 543-2355
Weekday pre-school care. Please call for information.

Mount Airy Baptist Church
1100 North Capitol Street NW, Washington, DC 20002 
(202) 789-0640
The YMCA Child Care (currently located at the Mount Airy Church) has been providing stimulating infant and toddler day care and innovative before and after school programs for more than 30 years. As one of the nation’s largest private, not-for-profit child care leaders, the YMCA opened its doors with a strong commitment to families, recognizing immediately the need for quality, affordable child care. 
http://app.razorplanet.com/acct/43155-1304/tmpl/index.php?nid=128976&s=ms&grpid=8610&grpDetails=true&preview=true

Weekday Nursery School
Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church
1 Chevy Chase Circle NW, Washington DC 20015
(202) 363-2202
We strive to provide opportunities for young children to explore the world around by using developmentally appropriate materials. Seven bright and fully equipped classrooms and a wonderful play yard provide for lively conversations, opportunities for crafts, creative play, running and climbing, plus lots of love and understanding from a staff of 28.http://www.chevychasepc.org/ChristianEducation/WeekdayChildCare/tabid/10618/Default.aspx

ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute its very helpful information, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor changes, on TCDC in this series.

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Washington DC Area Prayer Times - CU Resources #14

Allen Chapel A.M.E.
2498 Alabama Avenue, S.E., Washington, DC 20020
(202) 889-7296
Third Fridays from 6:30pm - 8pm in the Sanctuary. Bring a friend!

All Nations Baptist Church
2001 North Capitol Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002
(202) 832-9591
Wednesdays at 6pm, Prayer service

Bethesda Baptist Church
1808 Capital Avenue NE, Washington DC 20002
(202) 635-2883
Tuesdays at 7pm: Prayer meeting, followed by Bible study at 8pm.
Thursdays at 11am: Prayer meeting, followed by Bible study at 11:30am

Early Morning Prayer Service
Shiloh Baptist Church
1500 Ninth Street, NW, Washington DC 20001
(202) 232-4200
Sunday mornings at 7am, Ushers' Room

Florida Avenue Baptist Church
623 Florida Avenue NW, Washington DC 20001
(202) (202) 667-3409
Wednesdays at 6pm -- Intercessory prayer
Thursdays at 12pm -- Noon day prayer

Healing Prayer Service
Christ Our Shepherd Church
801 North Carolina Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20003
(202) 544-9599

On the last Tuesday evening each month a service is held for those asking for healing prayer. Each person is assigned to a small team of two or three prayer ministers. A prayer appointment is about 20-30 minutes. The service concludes with communion. Others may come to sit quietly and pray in the sanctuary during this time. However, they must notify the office that they plan to attend.

Intercessory Prayer
New Samaritan Baptist Church
1100 Florida Avenue NE, Washington DC 20002
(202) 397-1870
Sundays at 7am
Wednesdays from 6:30pm - 7pm

Israel Baptist Church
1251 Saratoga Avenue, NE, Washington, DC 20018
(202) 269-0288
Wednesdays at 12pm and 6:30pm, Prayer service

Noon Prayer
Gethsemane Baptist Church
5119 Fourth Street, NW Washington, DC 20011
(202) 882-5836
Tuesdays at 12pm

Prayer Service
New Covenant Baptist Church
1301 West Street SE, Washington , DC 20020
(202) 678-1314
Wednesdays at 7pm.

Saturday Prayer
The City Church
4100 River Road NW Washington, DC 20016
(202) 244-2535
Second Saturdays at 6pm. Please call church for details.

Soaking Prayer
Christ Our Shepherd Church
801 North Carolina Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20003
(202) 544-9599

In particular circumstances, such as serious illness, it is sometimes deemed necessary to have a team of people pray for long periods. This is usually determined at the discretion of the Elders.

Tuesday Night Prayer
Paramount Baptist Church
3924 4th Street SE, Washington, DC 20032
(202) 562-6339
Tuesday nights at 7:45pm, with Baptismal services on the last Tuesday of each month.

Time of Contemplation
Shiloh Baptist Church
1500 Ninth Street, NW, Washington DC 20001
(202) 232-4200
Wednesdays and Thursdays at 1pm, Sanctuary

Wednesday Prayer Meetings
Independent Baptist Church of Georgetown
The Lab School of Washington
Physical Address: 4759 Reservoir Road NW, Washington, DC 20007
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3696, Washington, DC 20027
(202) 213-6807
Wednesday evenings at 7pm
Email: Pastor@ibcgeorgetown.com

Weekly Prayer Meeting
Nineteenth Street Baptist Church
4606 16th Street N.W (not a typo)
Washington, DC 20011
(202) 829-2773
Thursdays at 6:30pm. Please call church for details.

Vermont Avenue Baptist Church
1630 Vermont Avenue NW, Washington DC 20009
(202) 667-1078
Prayer meetings on Tuesdays at 7:30pm. Preceded by Sunday School Exposition at 6:30 PM

ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute its very helpful information, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor changes, on TCDC in this series.

Washington DC Area Parents-Mothers' Ministries - CU Resources #13

M.O.M.S.
(Meeting Other Moms Supportively)
National Presbyterian Church
4101 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20016
(202) 537-0800
First and third Thursdays at 9:30am in Room 5. Childcare is provided. The MOMS group provides support to mothers through fellowship, devotionals, speakers, discussion, and prayer. The MOMS group also organizes social outings and community outreach programs that are scheduled for other days of the week, evenings and weekends. To learn more, email Genevieve Heighberger, at gheighberger@hotmail.com or Wendy Lunde at wendy.lunde@gmail.com

Mom's Connection
Grace Presbyterian Church
Mailing Address: Grace DC Presbyterian Church, 637 Indiana Ave. NW, Suite 300,Washington, DC 20004
Worship Address:777 8th Street NW Washington, DC US 20001
(202) 386-7637
All moms and moms-to-be are invited to join the Grace DC Moms Yahoo! Group. Opportunities for fellowship include a book club, social get-togethers, and the Thursday morning Mom’s Bible Study (10am at Calvary Baptist; childcare provided.) Contact Amy or Mary for more information.

M.O.P.S.
(Mothers Of PreSchoolers)
Capitol Hill United Methodist Church
First and third Tuesdays from 9:30am - 11:30am, September through May. As of July 1, 2008, MOPS International has raised their yearly membership fee to $23.95. This fee is due upon registration along with semester dues.Our current semester dues are $40 or $5 per meeting. If the semester dues are a financial burden for your family, please contact MOPS@capitalcitychurchdc.org for group scholarship information. All inquiries will be kept confidential.
http://www.capitalcitychurchdc.org/ministries/mops

ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute its very helpful information, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor changes, on TCDC in this series.

Washington DC Area Men's Ministries - CU Resources #11

Umbrella Men's Ministries organization, working with over 400 area churches: Washington Area Coalition of Men's Ministries, www.wacmm.org.

Men's Club
Nineteenth Street Baptist Church
4606 16th Street N.W (not a typo)
Washington, DC 20011
(202) 829-2773
Men's Club meets each Saturday to take care of physical property of the church. Please call church for details.

Men's Group
Western Presbyterian Church
2401 Virginia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20037
(202) 835-8383
We usually meet on specific Wednesdays at 7am. Please call church for details.

Men's Ministry
Bethesda Baptist Church
1808 Capital Avenue NE, Washington DC 20002
(202) 635-2883
Engages in a diversified program for men, with a view to the spiritual growth and development of the individual believer and to the church. Meets monthly or at the call of the President. All men are automatically members of the Men's Ministry by virtue of their membership in the church.

Men's Ministry
Paramount Baptist Church
3924 4th Street SE, Washington, DC 20032
(202) 562-6339
The Paramount Baptist Church Men’s Ministry embodies a group of strong, Christian Men of God, who are genuinely committed to stand for Christ and the work of the Holy Spirit, in the home, the workplace, the church and the community. The Men’s Ministry consistently encourage one another in love and to hold one another accountable to the authoritative word of God. The Men’s Ministry encourages a strong fellowship and mentoring to the boys and young men of the church and community through events, programs and informational discussions such as the Power of Prayer Breakfast (Boys to Men), Men’s Sunday School class, fishing trip, men’s health topics, and the Super Bowl fellowship.

Men's Ministry
Washington Community Fellowship
907 Maryland Ave. NW Washington, DC 20002
(202) 543-1926
Monthly regular meetings plus additional ministry. Contact churchoffice@wcfchurch.org to get in touch with coordinators Philip and Bill.

Men's Ministry
Zion Baptist Church
4850 Blagden Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20011
(202) 722-4940
Monday after the first Sunday, at 6:30pm. The objective and main purpose of the Men's Ministry is to provide genuine support of the Church's efforts so that it will be fruitful in carrying out its mission. The Ministry promotes and supports various activities, programs and initiatives supported by Zion Baptist Church and works together for God's Kingdom on earth.

Real Men's Ministry
New Samaritan Baptist Church
1100 Florida Avenue NE, Washington DC 20002
(202) 397-1870

The Real Men’s Ministry (RMM) is designed to assist and promote spiritual growth and development of all men at NSBC. In addition, RMM serves as mentors to the young men/boys of NSBC. RMM concentrates heavily upon empowering and helping men to become better leaders in their homes, in the church, on their jobs and within communities through a bi-weekly men’s fellowship and other special activities. Please call church for details.

Samson Society
Christ Our Shepherd Church
801 North Carolina Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20003
(202) 544-9599
Tuesdays from 7:30pm - 8:30pm. Please call church for details.

Saturday Morning Breakfast
Christ Our Shepherd Church
801 North Carolina Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20003
(202) 544-9599
Last Saturday of each month from 9am - 10:30am. Please call church for details.

Saturday Prayer Breakfast
National Presbyterian Church
4101 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20016
(202) 537-0800
First Saturdays from 8am - 9:30am in Stone Hall. Our monthly prayer breakfasts offer spiritual and real-world guidance from respected church leaders both within and outside NPC. They are a time for fellowship, worship, teaching and prayer. Please call church for details.

ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute its very helpful information, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor changes, on TCDC in this series.

Washington DC Area Marriage Ministries - CU Resources #10

Also see Christian Counseling Resources

Couples Fellowship
Takoma Park Baptist Church
635 Aspen Street NW, Washington DC 20012
(202) 723-4700
For couples married less than 20 years. Third Saturdays from 7pm - 9pm. Couple's fellowship meeting includes Bible Study, worship,games, and fellowship.

Couples Ministry
Israel Metropolitan Christian Methodist Episcopal Church
557 Randolph Street, Washington DC 20011
(202) 723-5795
This Ministry is growing by leaps and bounds, it started with just members of Israel, but we now have couples coming from other denominations and actively participating. We are a Bible based group dealing with life issues in our marriages through the Word of God. We meet once a month at homes, and have retreat twice a year. Please call church for details.

Married Couples
New Mount Olive Baptist Church
710-58th St. and Nannie Helen Burroughs Ave., NE
Washington, D.C. 20019
(202) 396-0721 or 1-888-800-LUKE (5853)
Please call church for details.

Married Couples
Zion Baptist Church
4850 Blagden Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20011
(202) 722-4940
Ad hoc meetings. This ministry seeks to build, strengthen, enrich, and heal marital relationships through the Biblical principles of marriage. It aims to equip married couples with the Word of God and spiritual tools that they need to maintain, grow and repair their marriages. Couples will realize through this ministry that they are becoming the perfect marriages that God intended for them through their faith in Jesus Christ.

Young Adults and Urban Sent Youth Group
Christ Church
3855 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington DC 20016
(202) 363-4090
Sundays at 7pm. Teens, singles, and married couples in their 20’s & 30’s! Come join us for music food, concerts, outings, discussions on faith, friends, and much more!


ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute the very helpful information on the site, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor changes, on TCDC in this series.

Washington DC Area Health Ministries - CU Resources #9


Faith & Health
National Presbyterian Church
4101 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20016
(202) 537-0800
Sponsors activities promoting health for all at NPC, including a monthly health resource table with free blood pressure screening, and flu vaccination and blood donation programs. To learn more about parish nursing visit: http://www.pcusa.org/nationalhealth/parishnursing/
Email Ruth Alward at ruthalward@aol.com.
Health Education Ministry
Mount Airy Baptist Church
1100 North Capitol Street NW, Washington, DC 20002
(202) 789-0640
Meets every fifth Sunday. To provide health facts and resources for the edification of the church, which is the temple of God. Information will also be made available to the community so that all will be able to benefit from healthy living. This ministry seeks to nourish all who are able to mentally, physically and spiritually be a beacon of light and healing, modeling healthy, holistic behaviors to the world.
Health Ministry
Nineteenth Street Baptist Church
4606 16th Street N.W (not a typo)
Washington, DC 20011
(202) 829-2773
This ministry primarily addresses issues of health that are problematic in Americans in general and African Americans in particular. Health practices such as HIV/AIDS screening and testing as a responsible behavior, blood pressure, diabetes, prostate and colon cancers, stroke and Alzheimer’s screening and life-style education can be easily done in any church setting. We pray that nurturing and protecting this trust will open the doors to “unlimited”and powerful expansion of Church Health Ministry.
Health Ministry
Zion Baptist Church
4850 Blagden Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20011
(202) 722-4940
First Sundays: November, March, May and June
Second Sundays: January, September.
Follows after the Sunday services. Provides topical health briefings and promotes positive health care, prevention of illness, effective use of treatment, education in CPR, first aid and emergency intervention.
Nurses Ministry
Mount Airy Baptist Church
1100 North Capitol Street NW, Washington, DC 20002
(202) 789-0640
This ministry provides first aid assistance at Sunday services and all other all other areas as needed. Dedicated Christian disciples will serve as liaison between the church and the community; rendering immediate, temporary and emergency care to the sick, injured, helpless and bereaved. As nurses, they are compassionate and sensitive to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those they serve. Ministry members are required to be certified in providing First Aid & CPR.
Nurse Ministry
New Samaritan Baptist Church
1100 Florida Avenue NE, Washington DC 20002
(202) 397-1870

The Nurses Ministry is designed to provide first aid and other limited medical services to the congregation during worship services and events. Please call church for details.
Nurse Ministry
Third Baptist Church
1546 5th Street NW, Washington DC 20001
(202) 332-8610
The mission of the Nurses Ministry is to help Christians understand the relationship between spiritual and physical well-being. To love, care for, aid, comfort, and encourage those in need. Please call church for details.
Nurse's Unit / First Aid Ministry
Bethesda Baptist Church
1808 Capital Avenue NE, Washington DC 20002
(202) 635-2883
All nurses who are members of the church are expected to render service through this unit. Special times for duty at regular worship services, etc. to be assigned by the President.


ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute the very helpful information on the site, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor changes, on TCDC in this series.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Washington DC Area Evening Worship Services - CU Resources #8


For the sake of simplicity, we consider "Evening" services to be anything after 12pm
3 Strands Community Church
Physical Address:1920 G Street NW, Washington DC
(In the United Church)
Mailing Address: PO Box 77480, Washington, D.C. 20013
(703) 244-2039
Sunday evenings at 5pm.
Bethesda Baptist Church
1808 Capital Avenue NE, Washington DC 20002
(202) 635-2883
Sundays at 5pm is the Baptist Training Union.
Sundays at 6:30pm is a worship service.
Second Sundays at 6pm; Lord's Supper
8300 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda, MD 20814
(301) 652-2990
Sundays at 7:02: The Studio Services
Capitol Hill Baptist Church
525 A Street, N.E Washington, D.C. 20002
(202) 543-6111
Sunday evenings at 6pm
Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church
201 4th Street SE, Washington, DC 20003
(202) 547-8676
Second and fourth Wednesdays at 7:30pm.


Church of the Resurrection
Worship address 801 N. Carolina Ave. SE Washington, DC 20003
Mailing address 2000 P St. NW Ste. 410 Washington, DC 20036
202-573-8583
info@rezchurch.org
Sundays, 4pm prayer, 5pm worship
Evening Light Apostolic Church
1327 Constitution Avenue, NE, Washington DC 20002
202 544 1828
Sundays at 12pm and 4:30pm.
Second and fourth Fridays at 8pm, Evangelical service
First Baptist Church, Georgetown
2624 Dumbarton Street, NW, Washington, DC 20007
(202) 965-1899
Wednesdays at Noon, and 7pm, Prayer and Bible study
Frontline (McLean Bible Church)Multiple Evening Locations & Times;
see 
http://www.frontlinedc.com/pages/page.asp?page_id=93311 

Grace Presbyterian Church
Mailing Address: Grace DC Presbyterian Church, 637 Indiana Ave. NW, Suite 300,Washington, DC 20004
Worship Address:777 8th Street NW Washington, DC US 20001
(202) 386-7637
Sundays at 5pm. Grace DC worships at Calvary Baptist Church, located in the heart of downtown, just one block from the Chinatown arch, National Portrait Gallery, and Verizon Center.
Gethsemane Baptist Church
5119 Fourth Street, NW Washington, DC 20011
(202) 882-5836
Wednesdays at 6pm, Prayer and Praise, followed by Bible Study at 7pm

850 Balls Hill Rd. McLean, VA 22101
(703) 356-4102
Sunday evenings at 5pm (and Sunday mornings at 10am)
Independent Baptist Church of Georgetown
The Lab School of Washington
Physical Address: 4759 Reservoir Road NW, Washington DC 20007
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3696, Washington DC 20027
(202) 213-6807
Sunday evenings at 6pm
Email: Pastor@ibcgeorgetown.com
Israel Baptist Church
1251 Saratoga Avenue, NE, Washington, DC 20018
(202) 269-0288
Wednesdays at 7:30pm, Prayer & Bible Study
Mount Moriah Baptist Church
1636 East Capitol Street NE, Washington, DC 20003
(202) 544-5588
Tuesdays at 6:30 Prayer & Praise; 7:00 Bible Study
Multiple locations. See www.theaterchurch.org
New Covenant Missionary Baptist Church
1301 West Street SE, Washington, DC 20020
(202) 678-1314
Sunday evenings at 5pm
New Mount Olive Baptist Church
710-58th St. and Nannie Helen Burroughs Ave., NE
Washington, D.C. 20019
(202) 396-0721 or 1-888-800-LUKE (5853)
Wednesdays Prayer at 6:30pm, Bible Study 7pm

Youth: The Wave - Saturday 6pm
Daily: Open Altar from 12pm - 1pm
New Samaritan Baptist Church
1100 Florida Avenue NE, Washington DC 20002
(202) 397-1870
First Sundays at 4pm - Baptism and Communion worship service.
Wednesday Prayer 6:30pm, Bible Study 7pm

Pilgrim Baptist Church
700 I Street NE, Washington DC 20002
(202) 547-8850
Wednesday Prayer 6:30pm, Bible Study 7:15
Redemption Hill Church
400 D St. SE, Washington, DC 20003
(202) 543-2378
Sunday night service at 5:00 pm
St. Brendan's Anglican Church
Washington Community Fellowship/907 Maryland Ave. NE, Washington, DC 20002
(202) 494-5731
Sunday evenings at 5pm
Third Baptist Church

1546 5th Street NW, Washington DC 20001
(202) 332-8610
Tuesdays at 6:45pm Bible Study
Vermont Avenue Baptist Church
1630 Vermont Avenue NW, Washington DC 20009
(202) 667-1078
Selected Sundays at either 3pm or 3:30pm. Please contact church for details.
Tuesdays Prayer Meeting 7:30


ChristUnite.com, a website connecting people to ministries that help to strengthen a relationship with Christ, is shutting down in February 2011. The site’s owner has allowed others to distribute the very helpful information on the site, including the DC area’s regional page. CU's information is not comprehensive, but it is substantial. The DC regional page is posted, with minor additions and subtractions, on TCDC in this series.