Welcome to Capitol Hill Friends! We are a community growing in the way of Jesus. Gathering from across Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia, we are building friendships as we explore the Bible, pray together, and experience the living presence of God.
We seek to become a circle of friends that embodies the full range and diversity of our city, united in the Spirit. We want to participate in Jesus’ work of reconciliation, breaking down barriers between black and white, rich and poor, recent immigrants and longtime residents, gay and straight, women and men, young and old.
We currently have two main ways to participate in our community: Base Group and Worship Events.
We also have small group meetings, which we call base groups. These groups are the most basic unit of our community. Everything we are and do together flows out of the relationships and trust that we develop in our base groups.
Base group is a small community of roughly 6-12 people who gather together for mutual support, to explore the Bible, and to learn how to pray and experience the presence of God more deeply. Our base groups are always open to new participants, so let us know if you’d like to get connected.
The Capitol Hill Base Group meets Sunday evenings from 5:00-6:30, at the William Penn House.
From time to time, we hold larger gatherings that invite our friends, neighbors and co-workers to come and experience the power of meeting together in the presence of the Spirit.
These events are collaborative and experimental. We incorporate music, artistic expressions, Scripture and silence in ways that we hope will aid us in experiencing God and following Jesus.
What We Believe
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