Will you join us in our first initiative with Housing Up – $30K in 30 Days, Helping 30 Families? With the onset of COVID-19, our neighbors at Housing Up are in desperate need of our help. St. C’s is stepping in to create the St. Columba’s Security Fund, raising $30K in 30 days to help 30 families with basic needs of food, safety and shelter. Make your online donation today!Learn More
Welcome to St. Columba's
Welcome! We’re glad you’re here. St. Columba’s is a church on a mission to Live God’s Love. While our building is closed, our parish community is alive and well connected online. Walk with us during these uncertain times as we encourage spiritual curiosity, celebrate children and youth, and embrace the world in the spirit of God’s justice and love. How can we serve you today?
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Come Worship With Us This Week
Bible, Coffee & Conversation
Discuss the scripture readings for the week and reflect on their meaning for our faith journeys and St. C's mission in the community.
9 am – Bible Study with Joshua Daniel.
9:15 am – Bible Study with David Griswold. Contact the session leader for call-in instructions.
To find out more about our weekly happenings – prayer and fellowship groups, opportunities to serve, calls to action and more – at St. Columba's, read our current eNews. You can sign up to receive it on a weekly basis.
Prayers, Bible Story & Song
9:30 am – Join Amy Molina-Moore on StColumbas.online.church for our “Great Hall” Home Worship Service.
11 am – Scripture, prayers, music and homily, experience Sunday worship from your home. Join Ledlie, Joshua, David, Susan and friends for St. Columba's online Sunday worship.
Watch Sunday Worship
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Through our Baptismal Covenant we have promised that "with God’s help, we will persevere in resisting evil, will seek and serve Christ in all persons, strive for justice, and respect the dignity of every human being." As the sin of racism bleeds through our lives, we believe that we should fundamentally commit ourselves and the church to stand against racism of every kind.Learn More
As we continue to strive for racial justice, we are humbled by the number of people who attended our virtual "Call to Action" on June 14. Thank you! Ready to take the next step? Contact Stirring the Waters, our ministry for racial justice and visit our Called to Action webpage.Learn More
Come Visit Us!
We are located at 4201 Albemarle St., NW, one block west of Wisconsin Ave. and just north of the intersection of Wisconsin and Nebraska Aves. (Tenley Circle).
Metro: Take the Red Line to the Tenleytown/AU station. Use the west exit, and head south on Wisconsin Avenue. Turn right onto Albemarle Street and walk one block to the church.
Parking: Street parking is easy to find on most days. There is a small church parking located on Butterworth Place, which is available on Sunday mornings and weekday evenings.
Accessibility: On Sundays, there is an accessible drop-off/pick-up area in front of the 42nd Street entrance. There is accessibility from the parking lot (where there are reserved handicapped spaces). Come in through the Nursery School entrance. There is an elevator at the end of that hall.
Get in Touch
We'd love to hear from you.
Parish Office4201 Albemarle St., NW
Washington, DC 20016
Monday – Thursday: 9 am to 5 pm
Friday: 9 am to 1 pm
For pastoral emergencies after office hours, please call 202-669-4856 to reach a member of the clergy.