Georgetown Lutheran Church, 1556 Wisconsin Ave, Washington DC 20007 USA

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Weekly Worship services at 8:30am and 10am on Sunday. Children Sunday School at 9am.

Worship Services and other activities at Georgetown Lutheran Church are open to the entire community, and everyone is invited to attend. Please join us!


Ash Wednesday Service, February 10th

-        Pancake Dinner at 6:30pm

-        Worship Services at 7:30pm, including communion and Imposition of ashes

Each Wednesday During Lent, February 17th - March 16th

-        Bible Study at 6:00pm

-        Worship Services at 7:30pm

Join us for Lent and Holy Week Services

Palm Sunday Service: March 20th at 8:30am and 10am

Maundy Thursday Service: March 24th – 7:30pm

Good Friday Services: March 25th at 8:30am and 10am

Easter Sunday Services: March 27th at 8:30am and 10am

Childrens Easter Egg Hunt: Easter Sunday March 27th at 9:15am

Georgetown Lutheran Church is at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Volta Avenue in the Georgetown community of Washington DC, and continues as the oldest Lutheran Church in the Washington DC area. It is easy to reach by car, public transportation or foot, and enjoys a place of prominence in the Georgetown community for over 200 years. Each service is centered on prayer, meditation and music- as a part of the wider Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) synod.

Georgetown Lutheran Church believes that God has called us to work together using the diverse strengths, leadership, skills, perspectives and experiences of our members, congregations, synods, institutions, agencies and other partners to accomplish the work that God calls us to in the world. In this rich mix, the Holy Spirit helps us discover how to be a bold, active and vibrant church in any context.

We are here to serve with you and build connections throughout the church for the purpose of furthering the mission to which God has called you. Liberated by our faith, we welcome you as a whole person: questions, complexities and all.