Racially and socioeconomically diverse church in the center of Chinatown. Worship is mainly in English blended with elements of the Spanish language. Fairly large Burmese congregation meets separately. Involved with immigration reform, sanctuary church movements, overseas missions, interfaith relations, homeless ministry, DC Pride, and local community issues such as affordable housing and sanctuary city policies. Established over 150 years ago by abolitionists hosting runaway slaves.
Intentionally progressive church located in Georgetown. Strong commitment to social justice issues. Has strong intergenerational relationships.
2 locations, one in downtown and the other in Columbia Heights.