January 4, 2017
Each Sunday at 9:15 am in the Library, we are offering sessions on one of the people pictured in our stained glass windows: Dietrich Bonhoeffer! Ed Miller is our lead teacher. All are welcome!
December 8, 2016
Christmas & New Year Worship Services
- Christmas Eve Services: 5 pm & 10 pm
- Christmas Day Service: 10:30 am
- New Years Day Service: 10:30 am (Brunch at the Parsonage after Worship!)
November 22, 2016
Starting Wednesday, Nov. 30 at 6 pm, we will enjoy soup in the All Saints Room and a service of evening vespers in the Chapel every Wednesday of Advent!
November 3, 2016
Sundays at 9:15 am in the Library!
Religious institutions have a powerful role to play in their communities, addressing pressing issues from poverty and injustice to planning and traffic. Throughout history sacred spaces have also served an important function as public spaces, essential to the overall life of the community. Sacred places have much to teach us about the profound ways that people connect with and gather in public, and ultimately how communities can collectively share experiences and emotions.
Local & National – A study on place
Oct. 9th– What is the importance of place? What is the connection between the church and it’s neighborhood? How can the church be a place making and community making institution? We will be engaging a multi-week bible study on place and hospitality. We will have guests from Norwood Cooperative & their new childcare cooperative.
Oct. 16th– What is the importance of place? How are churches across the city engaging their neighbors, creating community, and building power to effect change? We will have a guest from the Washington Interfaith Network lead us in bible study and share with us about current campaigns.
Global – Discussion of Immigration & UN Goals
Oct. 23rd– Immigration – see if we can get a lawyer who works in immigration to come talk about challenges facing undocumented DC residents and the possibility for immigration reform.
Oct. 30th– Sessions on the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It would introduce the new social and environmental goals agreed upon in September 2015. The sessions would show how the new goals build on previous goals and suggests that the goals are a spiritual calling.
Nov. 13th and Nov. 20th– Sessions develop the notion of spiritual calling more fully, and show how a congregation might choose, and begin to take action toward, helping implement one or more of the goals.
Three Week Session in Advent on Grief with Nancy White
Nov. 27th Grief Session 1
Dec. 11th Grief Session 2
Dec. 18th Grief Session 3
Dec. 25th OFF FOR CHRISTMAS
August 22, 2016
N Street Village has declared October to be the month of the She-ro! A She-ro is any man or woman who stands up for women’s rights. During this month, NSV’s goal is to raise $50,000 toward the operation of Bethany Women’s Center for six months. Luther Place has taken on the challenge of funding one of those six months, or $8,333. A few members have committed matching money toward your donations. You can donate by marking envelopes in your pews as “N Street Village She-ro Campaign.” LP members of the NSV Board will be present in the All Saints Room area after the 10:30 am service on every Sunday in October to assist with online donations. Donate online here.