Welcome to Christ Church ✝ Washington Parish on Capitol Hill! We are a welcoming, diverse, and joyous Episcopal community of faith committed to nurturing its members and neighbors through worship and service. If you are looking for a new church home or just somewhere to worship this Sunday, join us at Christ Church to find a warm welcome.


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Sundays at 9am and 11am
Sunday School at 10am
Holy Eucharist and Nursery Care at both services
Music and ASL Interpreter at 11am Service

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Congressional Cemetery

Congressional Cemetery is a 35 acre historic, yet active burial ground on Capitol Hill, owned by Christ Church.

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Adult Forum, The Book of Acts

April 30, 2017 – June 11, 2017

Come and learn about the early life of the church – the good and the bad – as we explore the early years of Christianity.  The format will include a 10 minute lecture on an article related to the Book of Acts and then 30 minutes of Bible study discussion. Come completely unprepared or start […]

First Friday Book Group

May 5, 2017

Join us as we explore climate change, reading two articles from Sojourners magazine.  Find a link to the articles on Adult Education page.  The evening begins with dinner at 6:30pm followed by book discussion that begins at 7pm in the Parish Hall.

Laundry Love

May 7, 2017

Join us in this outreach event to serve our low-income and homeless neighbors as we offer to provide the money and supplies at Good Hope Laundromat. It’s a vital service and a great way to get to know people in our community.  Please plan to serve 1:30-5:00 or designate a portion of that time.  To sign […]

Vision for the Future

Christ Church is a landmark building on Capitol Hill, but more importantly it is our spiritual home, where we gather to worship, socialize, raise our families, and do God’s work in the world.

Learn more about our vision to preserve our church home for future generations.