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Churches And Places Of Worship in Washington, DC
1.The Greater First Baptist Church of Mt. Pleasant Plains
2701 13th St NW2.08 mi Washington, DC Churches & Places of WorshipGeneral Baptist ChurchesBaptist Churches
Greetings in the name of the Heaven Born Prince of Peace our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. In this message, we are highlighting the Christmas Holiday Season. With the ongoing litany of the war in Iraq, the genocidal atrocities in The Sudan, the senseless loss of life through the avoidable pandemic of HIV/AIDS, the escalation of violence in our streets and schools, the crimes of man's inhumanity to man, I can't help but sense that during the celebration of the birth of God's only begotten Son that well need to pray that the peace that we witness around the world for Christmas Day would be perpetuated all year round! Rev. Winston C. Ridley, Jr., is originally from Duquesne, Pennsylvania. Introduced to Jerusalem Baptist Church at an early age, Rev. Ridley was licensed July 13, 1980, under Rev. A.R. Cardwell, serving as Associate Minister until December 1984. He began working in the Rodman Street Baptist Church with Rev. Delano R. Paige. In October 1986, Rev. Ridley became pastor-elect of Mt. Olive Baptist Church. He was ordained in November 1986 and began work with the Mount Olive Baptist Church, Coraopolis, PA. Rev. Ridley was invited to preach at Greater First in October 2000. He was called to pastor Greater First on January 27, 2001. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh. May 13, 2006, Rev. Ridley graduated from Howard University's School of Divinity, receiving his Master of Divinity degree. Rev. Ridley is married to Bonita LuRose
4100 River Rd NW4.51 mi Washington, DC Churches & Places of Worship
The City Church is a group of people who Jesus has saved and assembled to reach and serve the surrounding Washington Metro Area. We come together to worship Jesus, build a strong local church and surprise our city with the goodness and power of God. God has great plans for your future, and we want to help you discover those plans and assure you, theres a place for you here at The City Church! We believe youll find that The City Church has something for everyone. We have exciting ministry for marrieds, singles, military, children, middle school/high school students, young professionals, college students, adults and other ministries such as City Women, City Groups, Creative Arts and Community Project Groups. So, whether you're new to the Washington Metro Area or a local who grew up in the District, we want you to connect here at The City Church. Id like to extend an invitation for you to join us for one of our Sunday services. Our prayer is that you will be encouraged and strengthened to enjoy Gods blessings in every area of life. We believe in Gods incredible plan for you. You have a great future and we look forward to meeting you soon!
3.Holy Temple of the Lord Jesus Christ Inc
2635 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE3.45 mi Washington, DC Churches & Places of WorshipChristian Churches
The City Church is a group of people who Jesus has saved and assembled to reach and serve the surrounding Washington Metro Area. The mission of The Holy Temple Church of the Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith is to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We accomplish this through: Prayer - We make prayer or communing with God the way we grow to spiritual maturity in Him. Preaching - We emphasize the original Pentecostal doctrines of salvation, sanctification, and the baptism in the Name of Jesus Christ and of being filled with the Holy Ghost (speaking in other tongues as the Spirit gives utterance), stedfastly striving to develop faithful disciples of Jesus Christ. Acts 2:38, Acts 2:42, Acts 4:12. Publishing - We publish the Gospel through the printed word, the spoken word, the internet and through our personal lives, daily looking for opportunities to spread the message, Being born again, not of corruptible seed, but of incorruptible, by the word of God, which liveth and abideth for ever. I Peter 1:23
4.Divine Mission Church
1 51st St SE6.13 mi Washington, DC Churches & Places of Worship
In 1984, Divine Mission Church was fouded and pastored by Sarah Adams. After Much Prayer and being led by the Holy Spirit, on February 26th, 1984, at Milton Valley Elementary School, Divine Mission Church held it's first worship service with over 300 people in attendance, including the orginal fourteen (14) Charter Members. Jesus is the Rock , the chief cornerstone of Divine Mission Church. The Leader of Divine Mission Church was grounded in the Work of God because she knew that the fervent prayers of the righteous availeth much and she understood Mathew 16:18, "Upon this Rock I will build my church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." Divine Mission Church began having worship services at The Thurgood Marshal Junior High School in Camp Springs, Maryland. In 1987, the church was blessed to purchase a building on Temple Hills Road, Maryland. Unfortunately, in 1992 the church was a victim of a hate crime and the building was detroyed by fire. Divine Mission Church returned to the The Thurgood Marshal Junior High School and began having worship services there until relocating in January 2010 to 5203 Manchester Drive, Temple Hills, Maryland. After much change and relocation, Here in 2015 Divine Mission Church is proudly located at 1 51st Steet SE Washington, DC 20019. Under the pastorship of Sarah Adams there have been five (5) Evangelists ordained. Three Churches came from Divine Mission Church. Sarah Adams Served as pastor of Divine Mission Church for Sixteeen (16) Years. In 2000, one of the Evangelists, Mi'guel Adams M.A., became the pastor. Mi'guel Adams has been pastor of Divine Mission Church for Fifteen (15) years.
5.Michigan Park Christian Church
1600 Taylor St NE4.40 mi Washington, DC Churches & Places of WorshipVarious Denomination ChurchesInterdenominational ChurchesReligious Organizations
6.Holy Name Church
920 11th St NE2.56 mi Washington, DC Catholic ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
611 Maryland Ave NE2.16 mi Washington, DC Religious OrganizationsChurches & Places of WorshipCatholic Churches
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