Building Rhythm Together for Christ's Love

Other Justice/Wellness Work

Supporting Our Neighbor School

  • Every Monday and Friday small donations are received at Blues and Jazz all of which are given to Amidon-Bowen for needs they cannot otherwise meet.   Over $2000 are raised each year!
  • Health Initiatives

    • Seated Yoga classes--Monday at 11 and Wed at 4. Donation only. Led by Pamela Wilson.
    • Yoga Nidra for deep relaxation every first Saturday at 1pm.
    • Recovery Group Meetings (Check NA for schedule)
  • Domestic Violence Clinic  a free weekly walk-in clinic.

Walking the Walk                     

Westminster's history reflects a commitment to follow Christ to the margins on the walk toward peace, love and justice.

  • from the earliest days of helping freed slaves to more recently fighting racism in church and culture...
  • from starting Food & Friends, a ministry for those with HIV/AIDS, in the early 1980s to labyrinth walks for meditation in the sanctuary...
  • from distributing free condoms in the church building to hosting recovery groups...
  • from holding free seated yoga classes for seniors to housing activists who come to the nation's capital to protest...
  • from calling the first woman to be a solo Pastor in the National Capital Presbytery to being the first Presbyterian Church in the area to fully welcome and affirm LGBTQ members and officers...
  • from partnering with artists and musicians to starting a partnership to build affordable housing on our site...

Westminster DC is committed to social justice.

Coming to DC to do Advocacy Work?

Let us know if your group needs a place to camp out for a demonstration, protest or other act of civic engagement or civil disobedience.  We believe in being active participants in the public realm.

Thank you for the generosity of your hospitality. I've long felt that religion has lost its way, so far from the message of Christ, but you have restored my faith.  Thank you for your good work in the world.  --Gabriella Cordova

On behalf of the National Korean American Service and Education Consortium (NAKASEC), thank you so much for allowing us to use your church facilities for the Women's March.  We would not have been able to participate in the numbers we did without your generous support.  In solidarity, Becky Belcore

Together with the entirety of the Women's March DC Local Org. we are writing to thank you for your tremendous support and positive energy as you worked with us to make the March the tremendous success it was.  The Church's basement was ideally suited...for the sign-making parties, the love and support generally and for being you:  Our gratitude--Elizabeth and DC Local Ambassadors

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