This two-hour learning activity, sponsored by Braver Angels, a non-partisan national organization focused on helping to bridge the political divide in our country, is for Christians who are concerned about the increasingly angry and hostile political climate they see around them and who would like guidance on how to respond. The event will be held on Saturday, January 20, 2024, 12:30 to 3:00 p.m., light lunch provided.
Lunch in Our Neighborhood
New to St. Margaret’s and want to meet people? Hungry to grow relationships? Here’s your chance to talk to others just a little longer than Coffee Hour. Newcomers are especially welcome to lunch with other adventures souls. We have a lot of fun and good food.
RSVP below and we’ll save you a seat for our lunch after service on Sunday, December 17, at Alfresco Tap & Grill.
Attend St. Margaret’s Go
St. Margaret’s Go! is a three-week experience for newcomers (in person and via Zoom) designed to help you determine your next steps as you begin to explore your faith at St. Margaret’s. Over three meetings, you’ll hear about the mission and history of St. Margaret’s, identify your place along a pathway of faith, and identify your spiritual gifts. You will leave with a plan to (1) connect with a group or class, (2) join a volunteer team, and (3) develop a spiritual practice. Join us from 8:45-10:00 AM on January 14, 21, & 28.
Combat climate change with St. M's
Last year, many at St. Margaret’s began to give up single-use plastics. Many of us are keeping up the fight: changing our lifestyles and the products we buy. We invite you to share your experiences, tips, and thoughts on Creation Care through a new online forum.
Creation Care Tips of the Month
- Hair and Body Cleaning Bars: Try Superzero.com for an extensive line of hair and body bars including shampoo and conditioner bars. They are plastic-free, plant-based, and cruelty-free and are sent in sustainable packaging
- Sustainable Dry Goods and Grocery Store: Mason & Greens grocery store recently opened on Capitol Hill at 400 8th Street, SE, Washington, DC 20003. It sells natural and earth-friendly products, nothing that damages people or the planet.
Bring the Family
Helping everyone have an enriching worship experience
Our services are enriched by the participation of everyone present. Children are always welcome in our services. We encourage parents to involve their children by singing joyfully with them, leading them in prayer, modeling good listening, and sharing with them the sacrament of Holy Communion.