Monday, August 30, 2021

DDOT clarifies about the "BIKES MAY USE FULL LANE" signs on both sharrows and non-sharrows streets

I asked DDOT's Mike Goodno about the "BIKES MAY USE FULL LANE" signs that we see in Bloomingdale on the sharrows-designated street of R Street NW and up & down 1st Street NW which is not a sharrows-designated street.

See his response below, which I believe provides clarification.

From: Goodno, Mike (DDOT) <mike.goodno@dc.gov>
Sent: Monday, August 30, 2021 3:27 PM
Cc: Handsfield, Will (DDOT) <William.Handsfield2@dc.gov>; Jeong-Olson, Kelly (DDOT) <Kelly.Jeong-Olson1@dc.gov>
Subject: bicycles can use full lane sign on both sharrows and non-sharrow streets

I believe the BIKES MAY USE FULL LANE signs were installed by our traffic safety team. A few years ago there were some requests to install bicycle lanes along 1st St NW. This would’ve required removing parking on both sides of the road (I believe). There was a lot of community backlash against that proposal. Our traffic engineers follow the requirements of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). That document provides national consistency in the application of pavement markings and signs. It’s true that we have installed these signs on streets with sharrows, such as R St NW; however, there is no obligation in the MUTCD to include sharrows. And, unfortunately, there is not a unique approved sign to pair with sharrows. 

The section of the MUTCD does, however, give transportation agencies some flexibility on where to place these signs. I believe in this case they were installed because the travel lanes are too narrow for bicyclists and motor vehicles to operate side by side (option 1), and that this is a location where it is important to inform road users that bicyclists might occupy the travel lane. Nonetheless, as Will stated [in a prior Email not supplied here], other than freeways motorists should expect bicyclists on all streets so we tend to be very judicious on where we place these signs. 

https://mutcd.fhwa.dot.gov/htm/2009/part9/part9b.htm#section9B06 

Please let me know if you have any further questions. 

Thank you, 

Mike Goodno
Bicycle Program Specialist

Policy, Planning and Sustainability Administration
District Department of Transportation
250 M Street SE
Washington, DC 20003

o. 202.671.0681

c. 202.345.2842
e. mike.goodno@dc.gov 

w. ddot.dc.gov






Bloomingdale Farmers Market: "Chinese Street Market and Whisked in Best of DC 2021!"

From: Robin Shuster 
Sent: Monday, August 30, 2021 4:10 PM
Subject: Chinese Street Market and Whisked in Best of DC 2021! 

Our very own Chinese Street Market Pop-up DC is in the running for City Papers “Best Lockdown Cook at Home Meal”  

A message from the creator of the Chinese Street Market pop-up DC: 

“Dear friends, we just found out by our customer today that we are finalists for best at home prepared meal during covid in Washington City Paper’s Best of DC 2021 reader poll. If you have a moment please help put us over the top and vote for us!!! Please check the link here: 

 

https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwashingtoncitypaper.com%2Fbest-of-dc-2021%2F&amp;data=04%7C01%7C%7C06ae281f8216494fabc608d96bf22a36%7C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa%7C1%7C0%7C637659510118389391%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C1000&amp;sdata=ED6uDkMCf%2FRzHxqwrJig1ns9qkcvujmfAbOSdhK7Sjw%3D&amp;reserved=0

 

Press Pandemic Superstars and Scroll down to “Best Lockdown Cook at Home Meal”  and show some love with your vote!” 

Whisked:

AND press Food and then Best Bakery if you want to show some love for our  Whisked, celebrating its 10th anniversary!!


Robin Shuster

Director

14&U Farmers' Market

Bloomingdale Farmers Market

robin@marketsandmore.info

two North Capitol deck over events: Community forum on 09/25; Community walk on 10/16/2021

Below are the two upcoming NCDO Steering Committee scheduled events: 

1) North Capitol Deck Over "Cap The Gap DC" Community Forum -> Saturday, September 25th, 2pm - 4pm

Location: St. Martin's Church, Pioneer Room (Entrance at 7 T Street NW)

Note: Virtual attendance option will be available & Live Streaming is planned courtesy of Spark Street Digital                                            

2) North Capitol Deck Over "Cap The Gap DC" Walking Tour -> Saturday, October 16th, 8.30am - 10am

Overview: Historical background and context, including Bloomingdale's significant role as an epicenter of African American challenge to racial covenants, what North Capitol was like before highwayization and what can be.  

Location: Meet at the History Trail Marker in the corner park at the intersection of First St NW, Rhode Island Ave and T Street NW

*Note, as mentioned on our North Capitol Deck Over "Cap The Gap DC" Community Zoom Call yesterday, the above in-person attendance will be dependent on Covid conditions and may be turned into virtual only events if circumstances dictate.




Saturday, August 28, 2021

Bloomingdale Farmers Market: Garner's annual tomato seconds sale -- Sunday, 08-29-2021

See this 08-28-2021 message:

From: Robin Shuster
Sent: Saturday, August 28, 2021 5:24 PM
Subject: Reserve —BIG Tomato Sale BFM Sunday

Hi BFM Fans,

PSA: Rain or shine, sun or clouds, humidity or not, we are here every Saturday until December 19.  

Garner's Annual Tomato Seconds Sale 

Bernard emailed me that their annual August Seconds Sale is here this weekend.  $20/box - that's less than a $1/lb. What can you do with 25 pounds of tomatoes? A friend said she will make Gazpacho, tomato sauce, slow roast tomatoes for the freezer so that she has tomatoes all winter. Do you can? Can tomato sauce or whole tomatoes. Otherwise, cook and freeze. And you can always share a box with family or friends.  Just to put it into perspective, I usually slow roast two boxes of their tomatoes with garlic and basil every August and then freeze them.  (And they never last until the next tomato season starts...)
 

Call 804 493 3013 to reserve your boxes right now and specify BFM 
 

Robin



for Sunday, 08-29-2021: St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church Sunday Masses

See this Saturday, 08-28-2021, message:


We have three ways to get your Sunday mass from Bloomingdale’s St. Martin’s Catholic Church:

 

1) Video mass:


To view this week’s Sunday mass click on the link below:


http://stmartinsdc.org/this_week_video_mass.html


2) Sunday Noon Mass in person:


This coming Sunday at noon we will have a live mass at St. Martin’s Church.  The mass is open for all to attend in person with masks at the Church however if you are sick please stay at home and do not attend.  If you are not vaccinated and over 60 or with serious health issues we strongly encourage you to please stay home.  To continue to keep people safe, for the time being, we are still following all the in-person Covid-19 precaution guidelines: 


https://youtu.be/OcPQBnKXmgI


3) Sunday Noon Mass Live Streaming:


The Sunday noon mass will be live-streamed on zoom.  To view the noon mass as live-streaming event click on this link (we ask you to please turn off your video to not distract from the mass):

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84801466509?pwd=Q1FaYU9kS3dJUEx5alNkQnhEZmhHdz09

Or if you would like to call in and listen dial:

301-715-8592

Meeting ID: 848 0146 6509#

Meeting password: 123456#


We wish you all a blessed week and you should know that we at St Martins are praying to help us all get through these challenging times.

 

Peace,
Fr. Mike.

Open Houses in and around Bloomingdale for Sat 8-28 and Sun 8-29-2021

 

18 T St NW is offered at $1,395,000.
 

The featured listing is a renovated Victorian house, located in the Bloomingdale Historic District. The agent representing the seller is Kenn Blagburn with DC Real Property, LLC.

Masks are required at open houses in DC.

Scheduled Open Houses in Bloomingdale and surrounding neighborhoods

Note that the open house time will not appear if the open house has passed, so if you open the link on Sunday and an open happened only on Saturday, there may be no time listed.

*Agents, to have your listing featured in this weekly post, please e-mail suzanne at compass dot com by 10am on Friday.

Wednesday, August 25, 2021

North Capitol Street deckover project community Zoom discussion -- Sunday, 08-29-2021

See this 08-25-2021 message:
 

Please join the North Capitol Deck Over (NCDO) Steering Committee

for a special

COMMUNITY ZOOM DISCUSSION

to learn more about

THE NORTH CAPITOL STREET DECK OVER PROJECT

Come learn about the exciting plans to make a green park over North Capitol Street

to reconnect NE and NW D.C. and Cap the Gap

 

Sunday, August 29

10:30 am

Please register in advance for this meeting at the link below:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcrfuutpjIiHtxYD7BAYa2_tro9b_loQ8AU

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting

 

For more information, please visit: www.northcapitoldeckover.org

Follow us on Instagram & Twitter: @capthegap_dc



Monday, August 23, 2021

DC Fire & EMS responded quickly to Sunday night's fire on the unit block of Bryant St NW -- Sunday, 08-22-2021

See this DC Fire EMS tweet:


Saturday, August 21, 2021

Bloomingdale Farmers Market: Guess the best summer soup- it's not what you think -- Sunday, 08-22-2021

Sent: Saturday, August 21, 2021 9:08 PM 

Subject: Guess the best summer soup- it's not what you think. BFM

Shenandoah garlic ready to cook with all the zukes

Dear BFM Fans:

PSA: Rain or shine, sun or clouds, humidity or not, we are here every Sunday into December this year! 

The best chilled summer soup is NOT the one you are thinking of.  

A GREAT IDEA FOR ALL THOSE ZUKES
 


Do we all have a glut of zucchini?  Or are you just looking for a new way to serve zucchini? Here is the delicious solution. I serve this velvety chilled soup often : It was definitely the hit recipe of the summer in Quinson 2 years ago:  Zucchini, avocado, onions, garlic, basil,  parsley, lemon zest, water. Topped with a dollup of yogurt and a basil leaf. 

I riffed on this recipe but I use water not stock and here is the most important tip: Grate the zukes and salt them in the pot, cook them until they release their water. (about 10-15 minutes) Don't add the water (3 cups, not 2) until then --to concentrate the flavor.  If you add the water before the zucchini is cooked down, you will dilute their flavor.
Looking for some other good recipes for other veggies?

This is a very simple zucchini squash from Food 52. 

These Char Grilled Peppers with capers (and anchovy if you like them) inspired by The River Cafe is very similar to one I make every week or so. Grill or roast a lot of peppers and when they are blackened, put them into a bowl and cover with a plate to steam. Cool and rub off the skins, slice, layer on a platter with garlic slice, capers, basil, black pepper and whole anchovies if you like them. Drizzle on the olive oil and serve over slices of good Bread Furst bread.  

This week at the stands:

SHENANDOAH SEASONAL: ALI CREATES A BEAUTIFUL STAND EVERY WEEK, fronting a heaping table of heirloom tomatoes.  But don't miss the lettuces, the spinach. herbs galore with flowering dill, Thai basil, cilantro, green basil, purple basil, garlic. the radishes, the sweet salad turnips, the carrots, the swiss chard that melts in your pan when you saute it with onion and lots of garlic. Beets, scallions, cucumbers, squash galore, eggplants, Sweet snacking peppers jalapeƱos, shishitos. Always  beyond sustainable.

GARNER'S PRODUCE:Dana comes with great sweet corn, many varieties of eggplant and summer squash (including my favorite pale green ones, Kousa, that are beloved by both the Lebanese and the Central Americans), peppers in many colors and shapes, both hot and sweet. Bells and longs in rainbow colors. Shishito, jalapeno, poblano, habanero, cayenne, fresno. Lots of heirlooms and cherry tomatoes in a rainbow of colors. Seedless and seeded watermelon -- yellow too. Sugar Cube cantaloupes, cukes, blackberries, green beans. lima beans that taste like edamames , red, white and yellow spuds, sweet potatoes, loose onions, Kale, carrots, basil bunches. Okra. Scallions. Swiss Chard. Stone ground Grits and cornmeal, sauces, their own gazpacho. Honey Nut squash. Tomatillos. Figs. Many varieties of eggplants. Citrusy purslane great with tomatoes.


NUMBER 1 SONS: Half Sour Spears this week.  Have you tried all of their cucumber pickles -- most are NY Style fermented (be still, my beating pickled heart, says this New Yorker.) but a few are vinegared made with a locally produced cider vinegar. Add some krauts and some kimchi.  These are the condiments  I keep in my fridge and use at every meal.  And the fermented ones are pro-biotic.  The Salso So Verde is a secret sauce for everything grilled or tacos or rice. Everyone loves the watermelon kombucha.

WHISKED: Just this Sunday and then one more week for the insanely popular  orange and chocolate Creamsicle cookies. But don't forget year round classics like Salty Oatmeal cookies.

CUCINA AL VOLO:  Home made Tuscan pasta make for incredibly good fast food as it should be.  Boil the water, salt it, drop in the pasta and they are done 2-4 minutes later.  Grab a sauce and you can have dinner on the table in less than 10 minutes.  And this is resto quality pasta, made in the same kitchens as their well reviewed restaurants.   I always keep some pasta in the freezer for quick, excellent meals.


CHINESE STREET MARKET:  If you have any questions about how to cook their Sichuan dumplings in less than 10 minutes from freezer to table, ask Mary Jean at their stand.  We did a little video with her to show you  how at our IG page.  Handmade, flash-frozen dumplings, buns, shumai and more. Ask about their Dann Noodles kit? Dumplings: Pork and Chinese Celery, Fish & Perill & Tomato, Vegetable & Tofu, Eggplant & Eggs & Chinese Green Peppers, Famil Packs and Party Pack and Single Meal Packs.  

Robin is addicted to their Chile Flakes Oil Sauce, Sichaun Pickled Chili Pepper Sauce and Sichuan Dry Chili seasoning.

 

REID's ORCHARD: Peaches and Nectarines, white and yellow. Formosa, Santa Rosa, Satsuma, Black Amber, Methley Sugar and Shiro Plums. Blueberries, blackberries. red and black currants/ Earligold, Paula Red, Zestar, Pristine, Ginger Gold, Mollie's Delicious, Sansa,  Cocazelle zucchini, Diva and Pickling cucumbers. Green and red peppers. Green and yellow beans. Big Dena and Heirloom tomatoes: Paul Robeson, Black Sea, Black From Tula, Black Krim, Mortgage Lifter, Japanese Black Triffle, Carbon, Gold Medal, Kellog's Breakfast,  

SWIRLY GIRL CREAMERY:  Come check out this spread of cow and goat milk and mixed milk cheeses. Morbier, Goat Cheddar, Onamar, Tomme, Goast Manchego, Tommy Goat, Goat Gouda, Goat Feta, Cow Feta, Curds,Winter Morning, Cowttin, Chevre, Bovre, Marinated Feta, Mira Flores, Farmhouse, Scratch, Garlic Tomme, Brie, Blue Moon, Bhutlah.

Robin tip: Whip some feta and combine into yogurt and use as a dressing for grilled vegetables. 
 

KING MUSHROOMS: Grill these mushrooms:  Oyster, King Trumpet, shiitake, portobello, chestnut and maitake this week. Also, tinctures, my favorite Hungarian Mushroom soup ....and marinated mushrooms.   

GROFF'S CONTENT: Carnivore Grilling Central. Beef hot dogs. Chicken and Duck eggs.  Pork and beef and 11 pork sausages and lots and lots of lamb.  Pork shoulder, chops, bacon, pork jowls.Lamb ideas:  Julie's special Leg of Lamb cut for two, Leg steaks for grilling, shoulder roasts, shoulder chops are great in a crockpot.  Have you tried the Denver Ribs -- Lamb spare ribs.  The whole range of steaks and tons of ground beef. Turkey Lasagne and Turkey Pot Pie, Shepherd's Pie, Meatballs in Marinara, Bone Broths, Pork Liver Pate. Ham and White Bean soup. Julie told me everyone needs to try the thinly sliced "Fajita steak"

POLL: Those hot dogs with Salsa so Verde, Kraut or kimchi and folded into a third of a baguette-- yum....but Jeff and I disagree on whether the hot dogs are better warmed up in a pan of water in a frying  pan or grilled.  What do you think?
  

PANORAMA: Damien's seasonal fruit tarts. Baguettes, croissants (classic butter, chocolate, rain, almond), sourdoughs, multigrain, whole wheat, Plie, Danish, sticky buns, Breton Kouign Amann, palmier, turnover, quiches, bagels, strudle, bricohes, challah, brioche bun, ciabatta, French boule, French loaf, Foccaccia, Olive seed loaf, pumpernickel, rye, muffins, breakfast loaf, olive oil bun.. 


Enjoy the market Sunday
 

Robin and Ted

video mass, Sunday noon mass in person, Sunday noon mas live streaming -- St. Martin's Catholic Cburch -- Sunday, 08-22-2021

See this Saturday, 08-21-2021, message:


We have three ways to get your Sunday mass from Bloomingdale’s St. Martin’s Catholic Church:

 

1) Video mass:


To view this week’s Sunday mass click on the link below:


http://stmartinsdc.org/this_week_video_mass.html


2) Sunday Noon Mass in person:


This coming Sunday at noon we will have a live mass at St. Martin’s Church.  The mass is open for all to attend in person with masks at the Church however if you are sick please stay at home and do not attend.  If you are not vaccinated and over 60 or with serious health issues we strongly encourage you to please stay home.  To continue to keep people safe, for the time being, we are still following all the in-person Covid-19 precaution guidelines: 


https://youtu.be/OcPQBnKXmgI


3) Sunday Noon Mass Live Streaming:


The Sunday noon mass will be live-streamed on zoom.  To view the noon mass as live-streaming event click on this link (we ask you to please turn off your video to not distract from the mass):

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84801466509?pwd=Q1FaYU9kS3dJUEx5alNkQnhEZmhHdz09

Or if you would like to call in and listen dial:

301-715-8592

Meeting ID: 848 0146 6509#

Meeting password: 123456#


We wish you all a blessed week and you should know that we at St Martins are praying to help us all get through these challenging times.

 

Peace,
Fr. Mike.

UPDATE: Found!!!


 


Open Houses in and around Bloomingdale for Saturday 8-21 and Sunday 8-22-2021

 

13 Adams St NW is offered at $949,000.
 

The featured listing is a 4 bedroom, 2 bath porch front house with lots of unpainted wood trim and original elements plus modern updates,  located in the Bloomingdale Historic District. The agents representing the seller are Katri Hunter and Ryan DaVila with Compass.

Masks are required at open houses.

Scheduled Open Houses in Bloomingdale and surrounding neighborhoods

Note that the open house time will not appear if the open house has passed, so if you open the link on Sunday and an open happened only on Saturday, there may be no time listed.

*Agents, to have your listing featured in this weekly post, please e-mail suzanne at compass dot com by 10am on Friday.

Thursday, August 19, 2021

Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost -- St. George's Episcopal Church -- Sunday, 08-22-2021

From: Saint Georges DC <revjenkins@stgeorgesdc.org>
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2021 5:00 PM
Subject: The Dragon 

News You Can Use

 

 

The Dragon e-Newsletter Weekly

 


St. George's Episcopal Church

 

Thirteenth Sunday After Pentecost ~ August 22, 2021

 


160 U Street Washington DC 20001

 

This Parish of the Episcopal / Anglican Church was founded in 1930 as an Episcopal Church for African Americans. St. George's witnesses to the Gospel of Jesus Christ as expressed through the Anglican Tradition. We serve as a guiding light for our parishioners as well as the larger community.  We bid you welcome in the name of the Lord! 

 

Priest-in-Charge: The Rev Marilyn Jenkins

Cell: 202-985-9267

 

Associate Priest: The Rev Yolanda Rolle

 

Regathering News

 

7:30 Service: We have moved the early Eucharist inside due to the weather. We will continue to wear masks and maintain social distancing. All are welcome.

 

10:00 Eucharist

St. George's will officially reopen for the 10:00 Holy Eucharist September 12, 2021. Beginning on that date we will livestream the service to YouTube as well.

 


Mark your Calendars for St. George's Yard Sale!

September 18, 2021

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

 

St. George's will host a community yard sale in the churchyard. The different ministries at St. George's are going through all of their items to see what they need to keep and what can go in the yard sale. We also invite our surrounding neighborhood neighbors to rent a table and sell their items.

 

Rent a Table: If you have items you want to sell - please bring them and rent a table. The proceeds are yours or can be donated. Please call 202-985-9267 or email revjenkins@stgeorgesdc.org to rent a table.

 

Volunteer: We need your help. Gayle Shuford has agreed to help along with our part time sexton Steven. If you would like to help please contact the Rev. Jenkins at 202-985-9267 or email revjenkins@stgeorgesdc.org.

 

St. George's Oral History Project

Off to a Great Start!

 

Our Oral History Project took a leap forward last week. We had a professional videographer in for two days where we were able to interview 12 parishioners. We worked for two full days to capture those interviews. All of them have been transcribed. Everyone who interviewed did a great job and availed themselves to answer all questions! The interviewers have been fabulous in preparing for the interviews. We still have a lot of work ahead of us, but this is a work of love by everyone involved. We plan to schedule a couple of more days of professional recordings. This project is more than any of us could have imagined it to be. How wonderful to be able to preserve our amazing history contributing to our legacy. Thank you!

Sunday Schedule

The Next Sunday Service in Church will be determined by Public Health Indicators and implemented in a phased approach

7:30 a.m.      

Holy Eucharist RITE I with Sermon -- The Rev. Marilyn Jenkins

 

8:30 a.m.

Hospitality Hour

 

9:00 a.m.      

Parish Choir Rehearsal        

       

9:00 a.m. - Conf. Room     

Bible Study with The Rev. Marilyn Jenkins

 

10:00 a.m.  

Choral Holy Eucharist RITE II with Sermon -- The Rev. Marilyn Jenkins

             

11:00 a.m.

Hospitality Hour 

 

Coming Up

 

August 21 - 9:00 a.m. Kwanzaa Kitchen

 

August 22 - 7:30 a.m. Held inside our church

 

August 22 - 9:00 a.m. Bible Study



August 22 - 9:45 a.m.

Zoom Worship

https://zoom.us/j/3626271076

 

Join us in praying



Prayers for healing and wholeness have been asked for...click here for the names of those who need our prayers.

Add a name here.

 

Please help to maintain our prayer list by requesting those who have recovered and are no longer in need of special prayers for healing to be removed from the list.

 

 

DC Housing Assistance

 

Rent and utility

assistance when

you need it.

 


Afghanistan

 

Your prayers are requested for the people of Afghanistan - for their safety and their future.

 

 


Response to the Disaster in Haiti

 

In response to the call to help Haiti in the wake of the recent earthquake, Bethesda-by-the-Sea made a donation from the Rector’s Discretionary Fund through Episcopal Relief and Development. Individuals in the congregation can make their own donation as well by logging on to the Website for ERD, and clicking the “Donate Now” button and specifying your gift for “Haiti Relief.”


 

St. George’s Episcopal Church

          M U S I C AND A R T S  C O M M I T T E E 

Needs Your Help  

 

The Music & Arts Committee is working their way through the impressive album collection that was donated to St. George's by our brother in Christ Wayman J. Clinton. We are documenting his entire collection and welcome any time you can contribute to help complete this project. Contact Pamela Alexander at 202/257-8166 or pamelacoggs1@gmail.com to join us.

 

Thank you,

Music & Arts Committee

 

 

Haiti's Holy Trinity Music School

Memorial and Special Donation

 

The Rev. Pere G. David Cesar memorial service, Sunday, September 5th at 3:00 p.m. at St. John’s Church, Western Parish, 3738 Butler Road, Reisterstown, MD 21136. See St. John’s website to RSVP. (www.stjounswp.org).

 

We have supported The Holy Trinity Music School with a collection the three times they have stayed with and performed for us at St. George's. If you would like to make a special donation to Holy Trinity Music School at this time in the life of the school, please send your donations to St. George's clearly marked for "Holy Trinity" and St. George's will collectively make a donation.


 

This Sunday's Worship

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

 

This Sunday, July 25, 2021 we will again worship via zoom joining St. Luke's and Calvary live. Please join us on Zoom if you can. Or you may join us on St. George's Facebook page as we will stream the Zoom worship live onto Facebook and on St. George's YouTube Channel.

 

Sunday Worship:

Date: August 22, 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 us)

 

St. George's Facebook Page Livestream Here

 

St. George's YouTube Channel Livestream Here



 

 

Outreach: Serving the Community

 

 

Kwanzaa Kitchen: Janis has been able to come up with a unique way in which we will continue to feed the hungry in this important ministry. It involves fewer than 6 people and we will pack the food to go and place it outside on tables for people to take their breakfast with them. We will continue this way until we are able to gather groups together again.


 

 

 

 

Saint George's Episcopal Church | stgeorgesdc.org

 

St.Georges DC | 160 U Street NW, Washington, DC 20001


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