Remaining Faithful and Connected Under Quarantine

We’ve never lived through a pandemic as a church, but we’re here to offer connection and care for one another, including our neighbors experiencing homelessness, for as long as this lasts.

Alleluia, Christ is Risen!

Easter at St. Margaret’s

Easter Day Watch Party, April 4, 10:30 a.m.

Join us for a Zoom watch party to view our pre-recorded Easter service featuring your favorite hymns, a Gospel reading, and a sermon. Following the service, we’ll stick around for a festive coffee hour.

 

Zoom Meeting ID: 935 9524 6192
Passcode: 596538

Easter Service On-demand

Our Easter Day worship service is also available to stream on demand on your own schedule. Be sure to download the bulletin so you can follow along. Thank you for worshiping with us!

Sundays

Worship lies at the heart of Christian life, as does connecting and caring for one another in Christian community. While we can’t gather as a parish in person right now, join with us virtually on Sundays for prayer, kinship, and learning.

Sunday Virtual Morning Prayer & Coffee Hour: 10:30–11:30 a.m.

Worship with the St. Margaret’s community from the comfort of your home by joining our live Morning Prayer service on the Zoom platform. Immediately following the 30-minute worship service, we’ll continue with a virtual coffee hour. (B.Y.O.C.)

Zoom Meeting ID: 935 9524 6192
Password: 596538

Virtual Compline on Sundays at 8:00 p.m.
End your weekend with us by joining a live Virtual Compline service via Zoom. Zoom is an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, which works across mobile devices, desktops, and telephones. Compline is a simple office service of nighttime prayers.

Zoom Meeting ID: 195 549 855
Password: 175562

In case you missed our service of Morning Prayer last Sunday, we invite you to visit our YouTube channel to watch it. 

Prayer and Connection

Just as God wants to enter into our lives and meet us where we are, so God desires for us to be connected to others in Christian community. Dwelling intentionally with God in prayer each day and connecting with others (at least virtually!) for community and support are more important now than ever. In addition to our Sunday schedule, access other resources for prayer and connection here.

Worship Archive
Use the links below to access previous worship services and bulletins.

Virtual Noonday Prayer and Lectio Divina on Thursdays
Join Deacon Bertram Nagarajah in praying the Noonday Office together on Thursdays, while also engaging in a time of Bible study.

Zoom Meeting ID: 151 825 096
Password: 184402

Young Adult Group
Our Young Adult Group aims to build relationships with fellow young adults at St. Margaret’s. For more information, to join the email list, or to find out about upcoming virtual events, contact Annika Mitic. 

Resources for Online Prayer and Devotions
Not sure how to pray on your own? Check out this list of online resources assembled by St. Margaret’s leadership.

To Download Zoom visit https://zoom.us/download
Zoom is available for Mac, Windows, iOS and Android.

Zoom meetings can also be joined by phone as well, these can be saved and used for any meeting:

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+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
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+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose)
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Give Help, Get Help

We’re facing more challenges than ever right now. If you’re looking for a way to help others while you’re healthy or isolated at home, sign up to volunteer. If you need someone to talk to, pray, or process with–or if you’re low on provisions and can’t leave the house, let us know. We’re here for one another.

Charlie’s Place

Charlie’s Place is St. Margaret’s cardinal outreach ministry to our neighbors experiencing homelessness. During this pandemic, we’re continuing to distribute bagged meals to those who need them–five days a week.

Latest News

Check out these blogs and announcements from our clergy, lay leaders, and members of St. Margaret’s.

Resolution of the Vestry of St. Margaret’s on LGBTQ Integrity

March 25, 2021 The Vestry of St. Margaret's voted this week to pass a resolution regarding the recent invitation to speak and subsequent preaching at the Washington National Cathedral by Mr. Max Lucado, a known proponent of homophobic theories and hateful anti-LGBTQ...

Standing in Love & Solidarity with Our Asian-American Friends

March 19, 2021 Like all of you, my heart is broken this week as our country is shaken yet again by another shooting--this time in Georgia, where a White domestic terrorist fatally shot eight people, six of whom were women of Asian descent. As a church, we mourn these...

Discover: Exploring and Sharing Our Stories in Lent

Dear Friends, The Church invites us to prepare for Christ’s passion and resurrection through the observance of a “holy Lent” -- a season of penance and fasting. But fasting means something more than restricting one’s diet or abstaining from a favorite thing. Indeed,...

December 2020-January 2021 Vestry Updates from the Senior Warden

January 29, 2021 Dear St. Margaret’s Friends: Your Vestry spent much of its time in December and January in a discernment mode, reviewing a budget proposal that targets new opportunities to promote growth and finalizing a first-ever policy on placing bequests into a...

10 Good Things that Happened at St. Margaret’s in 2020

by the Rev. Richard Weinberg December 31, 2020 Inspired by the Washington Post’s “20 Good Things that Happened in 2020,” I sat down on Christmas Eve to reflect on St. Margaret’s ministry in this very difficult year. Despite the awful challenges we’ve all faced, the...

Advent 2020: Abiding & Preparing in Hope

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” – Jeremiah 29:11 What is the meaning of “hope?” Advent is a time for waiting, anticipating, and preparing. As Christians, we do...

Reimagining Charlie’s Place: Important Update from the Rector

October 30, 2020 As I preached about this past Sunday, throughout the pandemic it’s become increasingly clear to me how Charlie’s Place is such an essential part of St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church. As we’ve been forced to boil things down to what matters most, we’ve...

Practicing Generosity

As a grateful response to the abundance God has given us, your continued generosity is an investment in St. Margaret’s bold purpose: to help people thrive as members of the Body of Christ in a diverse and inclusive worshiping community.

Ways to Give

By Check: Checks mailed to the parish office (1830 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009) will continue to be deposited on a weekly basis. If you currently give by check, do consider transitioning your method of giving to the web.

Online: An improved online platform now allows anyone to donate through a quick and secure online form–without setting up a personal Realm log-in. If you have a pledge booked for 2020, your online gifts will automatically be credited toward your pledge.

In Realm: Realm is St. Margaret’s online connections software where you can:
● Update your personal information
● Look up other parishioners
● Manage giving

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