Wednesday, August 04, 2021

pancakes, scrambled eggs and turkey bacon -- breakfast bags to go distribution from St. George's Episcopal Church -- Saturday, 08-07-2021

From: Janis Evans
Sent: Wednesday, August 4, 2021 6:46 PM
Subject: Breakfast Bag-to-go this Saturday 

Hello Community Partners, 

Attached are fliers about the Kwanzaa Kitchen Breakfast Program at St. George’s. Please disseminate/post to your organizations and ministries. Due to the rising numbers of COVID cases in our area, we will delay the re-opening of our dining room and continue providing breakfast bags-to-go outdoors until further notice. 

In peace, stay safe and healthy,

Janis Evans, Program Coordinator

St. George’s Episcopal Church



Monday, August 02, 2021

HPRB Actions on 2401-2405 1st St NW in the Bloomingdale Historic District: "The Board found the general concept for subdivision to be compatible" -- with conditions; return to HPRB when ready

See the Bloomingdale Historic District "HPRB Actions" for the most recent HPRB case for 2401-2405 1st Street NW.

From: DC Office of Planning <Planning@subscriptions.dc.gov>
Sent: Monday, August 2, 2021 1:50 PM
Subject: HPRB ACTIONS - July 22 and July 29, 2021

 

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This document and the Agenda, Consent Calendar and staff reports for the July 22 and July 29 meeting of the Historic Preservation Review Board are posted on the website . Archived video of the hearing is posted on the website at:  https://planning.dc.gov/node/905322  .

 Project Drawings are also posted on the website at:   https://planning.dc.gov/page/historic-preservation-office

 

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HPRB ACTIONS

 July 22 and July 29, 2021

 

The Historic Preservation Review Board met and considered the following items. 

 

 

JULY 22 MEETING

 

Present for the meeting were: Marnique Heath, Chair; Andrew Aurbach, Carisa Stanley Beatty, Matt Bell,  Linda Greene, Alexandra Jones, Sandra Jowers-Barber. Absent: Outerbridge Horsey, Gretchen Pfaehler.

 

 

AGENDA

 

MOUNT VERNON SQUARE HISTORIC DISTRICT

1120 6th Street NW, HPA 21-362, concept/two-story rear addition, install iron stairs at front.

The Board found the two-story rear addition to be compatible with the character of 1120 6th Street NW and the historic district, and that final approval be delegated to staff, but determined that the proposed front window alteration and stair to be incompatible. Vote: 5-0.  (Bell, Greene absent)  

                    

ANACOSTIA HISTORIC DISTRICT

2216 Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE, HPA 21-372, concept/three-story rear addition with roof deck.

The case was deferred due to the applicants not being present and the ANC reporting that they had not been contacted or consulted.

                

2004 14th Street SE, HPA 21-316, concept/new construction of two-story house.

The Board found the proposal for new construction to be compatible with the historic district and delegated final review to staff. Vote: 5-0. (Bell abstained, Greene absent). 

 

KINGMAN PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT

Triangle Park bounded by D Street, 21st Street, and Oklahoma Avenue NE, HPA 21-435, concept/install benches and historical panels.

The Board approved the idea of an art installation in Kingman Park triangle park but raised several design and maintenance issues; it encouraged the applicants to consider should the project receive its funding through CAH.  The Board asked that the project return to HPRB for further review.  Vote: 7-0

 

MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE/SHERIDAN KALORAMA HISTORIC DISTRICTS

2400-2406 Massachusetts Avenue NW, HPA 21-433, concept/ demolition of contributing building (2400); construct three-story addition to 2406.

The Board make the following findings: (1) While modest and compromised in its design, 2400 Massachusetts Avenue is a contributing building to the Massachusetts Avenue and Sheridan Kalorama historic districts, and demolition is not a treatment that is substantially compliant with the city’s preservation act; (2) the proposed addition is compatible in its general form and materials with the historic   districts, but in its precise replication of the features and detailing of 2406 Massachusetts, it is not substantially compliant with federal or local guidelines for additions to historic buildings and should be modified to be differentiated and distinguishable. If the project is approved by the FMBZA, the HPRB asked that the order include a condition that the applicants continue to work with HPO on final refinements to the design. Vote: 6-0.

 

CAPITOL HILL HISTORIC DISTRICT

810 C Street NE, HPA 21-416, permit/new construction of rowhouse.

This case deferred to the September hearing date at the request of the ANC. 

                     

607 E Street SE, HPA 21-420, concept/add second story to existing one-story addition.

The Board found the project to be compatible with the Capitol Hill Historic District, and delegated final approval to staff. Vote: 6-0.

 

JULY 29 MEETING

 

Present for the meeting were: Marnique Heath, Chair; Andrew Aurbach, Carisa Stanley Beatty, Matt Bell, Linda Greene, Alexandra Jones, Sandra Jowers-Barber, Gretchen Pfaehler. Absent: Outerbridge Horsey.

 

BLOOMINGDALE HISTORIC DISTRICT

2401-2405 1st Street NW, HPA 21-274, concept/subdivide into three lots, remove exterior stair, construct townhouses on two new lots.

The Board found the general concept for subdivision to be compatible on the condition that the western-most “unit 1” house be pulled east at least 5 feet behind the rear of 2405.  The Board approved the location and size of the two-story enclosed stair on the rear of 2405 but asked for more detailed plans and a plan for the treatment of needed repairs to the exposed side elevation when the current side stair is removed.  The revised subdivision and alteration plans should return to the Board when ready.  Vote:  7-0.

                      

MOUNT PLEASANT HISTORIC DISTRICT

1710 Irving Street NW, HPA 21-414, concept/construct two-story garage at alley.

The Board did not approve the concept, finding the proposed two-story garage in this location to be incompatible with the character of the Mount Pleasant Historic District.  Vote:  6-2.

 

GEORGETOWN HISTORIC DISTRICT

1517 Wisconsin Avenue NW, HPA 21-393, concept/three-story rear addition.

The Board approved the concept and delegated further review to staff, with the conditions that: 1) structural demolition and exterior alterations at the main block be kept to a minimum; 2) the addition attach to the main block below its eave; 3) the exposed walls of the addition be clad in a brick to be approved by staff.  Vote:  8-0.

 

U STREET HISTORIC DISTRICT

2005 11th Street NW, HPA 21-364, revised concept/new construction of six-story residential building.

The Board found the revised concept compatible with the character of the U Street Historic District, on the condition that the applicant continue to work with staff on the design of the fifth floor windows and the south elevation, and exploring how the non-masonry elevations can be made quieter either through the elimination of the trim boards or other means.  Vote:  8-0

 

1457 Swann Street NW, HPA 21-417, concept/two-story plus penthouse rear addition. 

The Board found the scale and massing of the concept compatible with the character of the U Street Historic District and delegated final review and approval to staff. Vote: 8-0

 

 

CONSENT CALENDAR

 

The Consent Calendar was approved by HPRB on July 22 by a vote of 5-0.

 

DUPONT CIRCLE HISTORIC DISTRICT

1775 Swann Street NW, HPA 21-367, revised concept/new construction.

The Board considered the letters received expressing concerns about the project but reaffirmed that it found the concept compatible at the previous meeting and that its recommendation that the applicants continue working with the community and ANC to be a recommendation, not a requirement.  

 

CAPITOL HILL HISTORIC DISTRICT

232 10th Street SE, HPA 21-272, concept/three-story rear and roof addition, roof deck, remove garage.

The Board considered the letter of opposition it received but determined that the proposed addition was compatible with the historic district and the objection needed to be considered by the BZA as part of the hearing for special exception relief.

 

MOUNT PLEASANT HISTORIC DISTRICT

1635 Harvard Street NW, HPA 21-418, concept/rebuild two-story addition, add third-story attic room, new window wells and fence.

 

SHAW HISTORIC DISTRICT

1521-1521 ½ 11th Street NW, HPA 21-366, concept/lot combination and construction of two-story rear addition.

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Transcripts of Historic Preservation Review Board Meetings may be purchased from the court reporting agency that covered this hearing – Neal R. Gross & Co., Inc., (202) 234-4433, www.nealrgross.com   or  info@nealrgross.com. Individual staff reports that are prepared in advance of the hearing are posted on our

website at https://planning.dc.gov

 

 

 

 

Bruce Yarnall

Historic Preservation Operations and Grants Manager • DC Office of Planning

he/him/his Why Pronouns Matter?

1100 4th Street SW, Suite E650 • Washington, DC 20024

(202) 442-8835

bruce.yarnall@dc.gov

planning.dc.gov


Happy "Ladybug Summer" From Our Whimsical Art Creator Tom Noll - at the "White Bicycle Fence Art Installation" in our Bloomingdale Corner Park

Dear Neighbors 

Happy “Ladybugs 🐞 Summer” from award winning children’s book author & artist Tom Noll’s Bloomingdales’ White Bicycle

🚲 🚲  🚲 Fence Art Installation - at pocket park on Rhode Island Ave, 1st & T Streets NW.

Tom is paying homage to his love of ladybugs 🐞 and to the books “Ladybug Girl” Series by authors David Soman & Jacky Davis - there are copies of both books in the basket of the last bicycle on T street side for parents or caregivers to read to their children when they visit the park.

Help support Tom Noll’s efforts with decorating this public park - by buying his following children’s books from Amazon.com - “Trash to Treasure” Series- Recycling Creatively with L.T. - ‘The Bicycle Fence’ & ‘Selling Eggs’.

Tom and his partner Jose Alberto Ucles - Commissioner on the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities -

Stay cool, safe & healthy this summer with your loved ones - following current COVID-19 health guidelines 😷

#josealbertoucles #washingtondc #MyDCCool #dcartist #publicart  #yesletsart  #publicsculpture  #acreativedc  #dmvartist  #Amazon  #guyswithstyle  #buylocalart   #washingtonian  #stylishfriends  #dcinfluencer  #dcitystyle  #fotodc  #igdc  #instantdc  #exploredc  #wegramthistown  #dclife #fashionmen #dcist #menwithclass #igsryle #dcphotographer #dcphotography #stylegram

Check out the full Facebook post:  

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=546378494







Sunday, August 01, 2021

St. Luke's Episcopal and Calvary Episcopal join St. George's Episcopal Church for a combined worship -- Sunday, 08-01-2021

Sent: Sunday, August 1, 2021 8:00 AM
Subject:  Join us for Today's Sunday Service at 0945 ~ St. George's ~ St. Luke's ~ Calvary 

Worship with us Today - 0945

 

St. George's Episcopal Church


 

 

 

Reminder

Today's Sunday Worship

St. George's ~ St. Luke's ~ Calvary

 

Today, August 1, 2021 we will worship via zoom joining St. Luke's and Calvary live. St. Luke's and Calvary have been worshiping together since our closure began. They have invited us to join them. An alternative to joining on Zoom is to watch it live streamed on St. George's Facebook page. We will also post it to St. George's YouTube page for viewing post livestream.

 

Sunday Worship:

Date: August 1, 2021

Time: 9:45 a.m.

Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/3626271076

Meeting ID number: 362-627-1076. If asked for password -- 001891

 

If you are calling in by cellphone, we ask you to use this number: 301-715-8592, meeting ID: 362-627-1076. 

 

If you must use landline to call in, use 1-877 -853-5247, meeting ID: 362-627-1076. Password is 001891 (this is toll-free, but it costs St. Luke's)

 

Presider: The Rev. Peter Jarrett-Schell

Preacher: The Rev. Grey Maggiano 

 

 

 

For our Sunday readings - click here for the Lectionary Readings.

 

Watch via Facebook Live Stream: https://www.facebook.com/stgdc/

 

 

Bible Study

Today we will study: John 6:35, 41-51

Topic: Sunday Bible Study

August 1, 2021 09:00 AM

Zoom Meeting ID: 863 9478 1138

Passcode: 233923

 

 

Holy Communion

Under Special Circumstances

 

We’ll follow the form found on page 396 of the Book of Common Prayer (“Communion under Special Circumstances”), which also includes Confession and a Post-Communion Prayer.

 

If you did not have an opportunity to pick up consecrated bread and wine, you may wish to pray the prayer below while others are receiving. It’s a prayer for Spiritual Communion that originated in Apartheid South Africa, in another time when the sacraments of the Church were not always readily available.

 


Jesus, may all that is you flow into me.

May your body and blood be my food and drink. May your passion and death be my strength and life. Jesus, with you by my side enough has been given. May the shelter I seek be the shadow of your cross. Let me not run from the love which you offer But hold me safe from the forces of evil. On each of my dyings shed your light and your love. Keep calling to me until that day comes. When, with your saints, I may praise you for ever.

Amen. (1989 Anglican Church of South Africa)

 

 


National Cathedral

PENTECOST X

Holy Eucharist

Sunday, August 1, 11:15 am

Join us for the celebration of the Holy Eucharist on the Tenth Sunday after Pentecost. Canon Vicar Dana Colley Corsello preaches and Dean Randy Hollerith presides. Watch Sunday »

 

 


National Cathedral

ONLINE CHAPEL

Healing Prayers

Sunday, August 1, 12:30 pm—1:15 pm

Healing ministers are available for online private prayers following the Cathedral's Sunday service. Those who would like healing prayers for themselves or someone in their lives may click the Zoom link to join a healing minister in a private online chapel. Register now »

 

 


National Cathedral

CLASSROOMS ARE OPENING!

Back-to-School Drive

Tuesday, August 10—Thursday, August 12

The Cathedral community is joining Covenant Baptist United Church of Christ and The Episcopal Church of the Atonement (Capitol Hill) to provide backpacks and school supplies to children and youth in Wards 7 & 8. Learn more »

 

 

Today

Weekly Bible Study Today 

 

Bible Study continues via the online platform Zoom. Please join us on Sundays at 9:00 am as we explore and deepen our understanding of scripture based on the Lectionary lessons. You don't have to know anything about the Bible - just bring your heart. We will meet virtually.



Today we will study: John 6:35, 41-51

Topic: Sunday Bible Study

August 1, 2021 09:00 AM

 

Zoom Meeting ID: 863 9478 1138

Passcode: 233923

 

For our Sunday readings - click here for the Lectionary Readings.


 


 

 

Online Resources:

 

Diocese of Washington: Diocese of Washington resource hub 

 

Bishop Curry: Weekly meditation series - Habits of Grace

 

 

Yours in Christ,

 

The Rev. Marilyn Jenkins

Priest-In-Charge

St. Georges DC

 

 

Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. I do not give you what the world gives you. Do not let your hearts be troubled, and do not let them be afraid. John 14:27

 

Wishing you the peace of God during this time of anxiety. -- The Rev. Jenkins

 

 

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