The Season of Pentecost
Join us as we celebrate the long, green season of Pentecost, a time when the seeds of God’s love—given to us to use through the Spirit—take hold in our lives and begin to grow and flourish. Worship information. Photo by Wayne C. Fowler.
St. Columba’s Worship Survey
All members are invited to complete a brief online survey on the way that we as a faith community come together for worship as we determine how to best utilize our worship resources. Hard copies available at the Welcome table.
Welcome Home SCAP Volunteers!
Serving Our Neighbor 2014
The Serving Our Neighbor (SON) teams have had a busy week, serving breakfast at So Others Might Eat (SOME), preparing soup at Martha's Table and cleaning up God's creation at the Anacostia Watershed.
Calling all singers
Join us any summer Sunday at 9:45 am in the Music Room to warm up and sing at the 10:30 am service. No vestments, no commitment, no fuss. All ages are welcome, but it is helpful if you can read music.
Sunday in the Church Nave
8 am and 10:30 am Eucharist
9:15 am Eucharist for preschool children and their families
Summer offices hours are now:
Mon.-Fri., 9 am-4 pm
“All who hunger gather gladly.” Those words from a favorite hymn say something about who we are at St. Columba’s. We gather because we yearn to be fed. Our community is built around a holy table where we are nurtured, challenged and transformed in Christ. We are then sent out in loving service to God’s creation. More >>
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This is a special time at St. Columba's, as we embark on a journey to find a new rector. It is a time of hope and promise; a time of coming together in a new way. Click here for the latest news and updates—and check back often. Complete our online survey by May 18th, and let us know how you "Imagine St. Columba's." We look forward with hope.