For the month of September, meet in front of the Kogan Clocktower at 9:00 am Sundays to hear about local churches and find GW students to attend church with. We believe being planted in a local church is crucial to your spiritual growth, and encourage you to check out these, and other, D.C. churches.
InterVarsity is a parachurch organization. This means that we do not have a church organization over us. We are a university chapter of the national InterVarsity. We work outside of and across denominations to engage in social welfare and evangelism, usually independent of a church. That being said, we are not a church – we are a mission.
While our vision is to build a faithful and witnessing community of disciples of Jesus at GW, we believe that is most fully accomplished by pointing those we come into contact with both to Jesus and to a local church.
For more information about the churches listed below, you can visit their listed website, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
InterVarsity Students are part of these church communities:
Grace Capital City Church is a new faith community being planted in the Washington DC area, set to launch in September 2016. GCC is being planted by Grace Midtown Church in Atlanta and is part of the wider Grace Family of Churches. GCC focuses on building a multi-generational community, including families, young adults, as well as college students.
Services start at 5 P.M starting September 11, 2016. Address: 2201 P St NW, Washington, DC 20037
National Community Church is a large, nondenominational church with seven sites across the Washington, D.C. area. The church meets in movie theaters and consists of modern worship and a message delivered via satellite.
The Georgetown location (1524 35th Street NW) holds service at 5:30pm on Sundays with a video message and live worship.
The Barracks Row location holds service 5:00 pm on Saturdays with a live message and worship.
Additional services and locations available.
The District Church is a non-denominational Christian church committed to serving the city and making disciples of Jesus who are committed to living out their God-given mission in life.
Services are Sundays 9:45am and 11:30am at 3101 16th St NW
Grace DC is a vibrant, gospel-centered church in the heart of downtown DC. The service is a blend of contemporary and traditional. The preaching is extremely Bible focused, working to extract as much from God’s word as is there, but not to add anything that is not.
Service is at 5:00 pm on Sundays in Calvary Baptist Church at the corner of 8th and H NW.
Other churches in DC:
McLean Bible Church is a multi-site church with a mission to make an impact on secular Washington with the Gospel message of Christ.
The Arlington campus meets on Mondays at 7:30pm in the Rosslyn Spectrum Theater.
Additional campuses and services available.
Capitol Hill Baptist Church is a Baptist church that features solid preaching and traditional hymnal music. There is a large student population from GW and other D.C. universities, as well as a thriving college ministry.
Meets near Capitol South metro stop at 10:30 on Sunday morning.
Restoration Church is a church that puts an emphasis on making disciples that delight in the supremacy of Christ. The congregation emphasizes the authority and study of Scripture, the importance of community, and the necessity of discipleship and missions.
Service is at 10:30am on Sunday mornings at Woodrow Wilson High School, a few blocks from the Tenleytown Metro.
Peace Fellowship Church is a small Christian non-denominational faith community with a mission to develop disciples of Jesus Christ east of the river who love God and love their neighbors
Services are at 10:00 am on Sundays in the Deanwood neighborhood in northeast Washington D.C.
Christ Our Shepherd Church is an inter-denominational congregation committed to the authority of the Word of God, the lordship of the Son of God, the work of the Spirit of God, and the mission of the church of God. They confess together the historic faith of the Christian Church as expressed in the Apostles’ Creed, and subscribe to the Lausanne Covenant as an expression of their commitment to tell others about Jesus
The congregation meets near the Eastern Market Metro stop at 10:00am on Sundays.
Capital Life Church is filled with people who are experiencing victorious life in Jesus Christ and who have a vision to see the DC metro area filled with the presence and power of God. Relationships that last a lifetime are being forged and families are being strengthened.
The church meets in Arlington, VA on Sundays at 9:30 and 11:30 am near the Ballston Metro Station
Church of the Resurrection is an Anglican church with a liturgical style of worship. The congregation consists of vibrant, young, professionals seeking personal renewal and community transformation.
Services are Sundays at 5:00 pm in Christ our Shepherd Church, at 801 North Carolina Avenue, SE.
Washington Community Fellowship is a multi-denominational evangelical congregation afﬁlliated with the Mennonite Church and committed to peace and justice.
Services are Sundays at 10:00 am at 907 Maryland Avenue, NE, near Eastern Market and Union Station metro stops.