“IN-PERSON SUNDAY: July 21 @ 10:30 a.m.”

Next Service: Sunday, July 21

Join us at 10:30 a.m.

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Black History Month 2024

We have many wonderful things planned for the celebration of Black History Month! Below is our a schedule of events centered around the theme Past, Present, Future: Celebrating Intergenerational Blackness.

Sign up for a small group trip to the National Museum of African American History and Culture throughout the month of February. (Note: times/dates are not set in stone and you are welcome to gather a group for another time!)

Please acquire your own free ticket to your time slot here.

 

February 4th: Slavery to Freedom
        Centering Intergenerational Black Storytelling

  • IN-PERSON: Rev. Mahogany preaching. Following the service, we’ll visit the One Life: Frederick Douglass exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery.

 

February 11th: Songs of Blackness
    Centering Intergenerational Black Liberation

  • IN-PERSON: Special service of music with SongRise, a DC-based women’s social justice a cappella group.

 

February 18th: Pausing to Embrace the Present
  
Centering Intergenerational Black Struggle, Wilderness, and Survival

 

February 25th: Afro Futurism & Intergenerational Blackness
         Centering Intergenerational Futurism

  • IN-PERSON: Victor Udoewa preaching.