A World Uprooted: Responding to Migrants, Refugees and Displaced People

Registration Open for Ecumenical Advocacy Days: ‘A World Uprooted’ New Director Rev. Dr. Leslie Copeland-Tune, and the Leadership Team of Ecumenical Advocacy Days for Global Peace with Justice, are pleased to announce the theme for the organization’s 16th annual National Gathering in Washington, D.C. slated for April 20 – 23, 2018, as registration opens for the premier Christian advocacy event […]

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Praying for Our Neighbors in Mexico, Dominica, & Puerto Rico

Dear CCCA Congregations, Institutions, Lay Leaders, Clergy, and Friends: As I type this, there are thousands of rescue workers in Mexico looking for more survivors following the deadly earthquake Tuesday, September 19, just over a week after another earthquake shook the country. Also, Hurricane Maria is making landfall in Puerto Rico after having ravaged Dominica with epic force winds. We […]

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Church, Office, Wedding, Meeting & Event Space Available for Rent

Sanctuary space ideal for wedding, funeral, and baptism events. Meeting space, conference room and fellowship hall available with flexible design/ seating arrangements. Shared church, office and meeting space available in central location near shops, bus routes and Metro-rail. Private parking lot and ample street parking available. All spaces available at competitive rates. Contact us for more information and details. See […]

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Mission First!

Mission Gathering Report

Report on the Capital Area Gathering November 15, 2016 We thank your congregation for participating in Mission First! We wanted to give you a quick report from your Mission Gathering so that you have a sense of what we received from all of you. This is not comprehensive – just a glimpse into your Mission First! Gathering as we move […]

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Week of Compassion- Around the world, Around the Year

How Can I Help Haiti?

It is reported that almost 900 people have died since Matthew made landfall in Haiti on Tuesday as a Category 4 hurricane, so many are missing, and more than 60,000 people are now displaced. The country was already dealing with a cholera outbreak, and has never really recovered from the 2010 earthquake that killed hundreds of thousands of citizens. The […]

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