The Living Room

6:00 PM • Ebenezers Coffeehouse (lower level) • Google Map

Contact: Helen Taylor • [email protected]

The Living Room is a small group that brings people together from all walks of life to fellowship and study the scriptures over a meal. Through the breaking of bread, we have the opportunity to follow the model of Jesus by building relationships with people who are often forgotten or overlooked. While all are welcome, many individuals in this small group have found themselves living on the streets, in a local shelter, or as part of the working poor. Just show up!

Check out http://www.aoneeight.org/package/living-room/ to find out other ways you can get involved.

Categories: A1:8 Missions , All Church

Adopt-a-Block

10:00 AM • Southeast White House • Google Map

Contact: Ernest Clover • [email protected]

Adopt-a-Block is a simple concept, built on three principles: prayer, building relationships, and service. We’re getting to know neighbors, finding ways to serve and empower them, and beginning to pray over practical needs in the neighborhood.

Join us – no need to let us know ahead of time. We meet every Saturday morning at the Southeast White House and go in groups of at least two into the surrounding neighborhood to visit, pick up trash, pray, build relationships, and display the love of Jesus however we can.

For more information on this and other local missions opportunities, check out our missions website www.aoneeight.org/local-missions-2/.

Categories: A1:8 Missions , All Church

Barracks Row Fall Festival

11:00 AM • Miracle Theatre • Google Map

Contact: Mike Whitford • [email protected]

Celebrate Fall on Barracks Row!  Join NCCers and the community for a medley of memorable booths and acts from 11 am to 2 pm.  The Festival will begin on the Row before 11am and will go on after 2pm, but in light of our Saturday night service we will close our doors at 2pm and re-open at 5 pm for our regular Saturday Services.

Email [email protected] to volunteer.

NCC Prayer: Night of Prayer and Worship

7:00 PM • Barracks Row Theater • Google Map

Contact: Heidi Scanlon • [email protected]

Join us for an extended night of prayer and worship at Barracks Row from 7pm - 12am. 

InService

11:00 AM • Ebenezers Coffeehouse • Google Map

Contact: Helen Taylor • [email protected]

InService is an outreach at Union Station and surrounding areas to build relationships with neighbors who are experiencing homelessness. We pass out lunches, but more importantly offer kindness, prayer, encouragement, and listening ears. Our goal is to meet people where they are and invite them into a community where they feel welcome and cared for through the love of Jesus. Just show up! To find out other ways you can help, go to http://www.aoneeight.org/package/in-service.

Categories: A1:8 Missions , All Church

Q Commons Washington, DC

7:00 PM • Ebenezers Coffeehouse • Google Map

Contact: Juliet Main • [email protected]

Q Commons brings the Q National event experience to your community. Join 100 local leaders for the first Q Commons Washington, DC event on Thursday October 9th from 7:00-9:00pm. Q Commons will link more than 10,000 people in 60 cities for an important conversation about how we as Christians can advance good in our communities.

Q Commons brings together local leaders to think, learn and work together on common topics and issues in our city. From Tim Keller (Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City) and Ann Voskamp (Bestselling Author, One Thousand Gifts) joining via LIVE link, to three intentionally curated local change-makers delivering 9 and 18-minute Q Talks to educate and stimulate your thinking on how we as Christ followers can participate in helping Washington DC flourish.

For more information and to register:  QCommons.com/WashingtonDC

Event Schedule

7:00pm Livestream Sessions

Tim Keller, Redeemer Church in NYC

Ann Voskamp, Author One Thousand Gifts

Panel: Gabe Lyons, Founder Q Ideas; Andy Crouch, Author Culture Making; Jenny Yang, World Relief

8:00pm Live Sessions

Jill Carmichael, Homelessness Abolitionist - Friendship Place

Stan Voudrie & Kymone Freeman, Neighborhood & Community Rebuilders - Four Points & We ACT Radio

Kate Schmidgall, 2014 DC Young Entrepreneur of the Year - Bittersweet Creative

Register today and be challenged to stay curious, think well, and advance good in Washington, DC. Space is limited.

Register: http://ncc.gd/qideas

$29

For more information about Q Ideas visit: http://qideas.org

Categories: All Church

Second Saturday Serve

8:30 AM • Various locations • Google Map

Contact: Helen Taylor • [email protected]

Second Saturday Serve is our way to serve our neighbors with no strings attached. Show up at one of the times and locations below and join one of a variety of service projects such as clean-up, painting, spending time with the elderly, or serving meals to the homeless. The projects vary each month. Just show up and bring friends!

We meet at the following times and locations:

  • Capitol Hill: Ebenezers Coffeehouse (201 F St NE) at 9am
  • Columbia Heights: Columbia Heights Recreation Center (1480 Girard St NW) at 10am
  • Georgetown: Heidi Scanlon’s (1627 35th St NW) at 10am
  • Northern Virginia: Regal Cinema Potomac Yard (3575 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Alexandria) at 9am
  • Gainesville: Regal Cinema (8001 Gateway Promenade Pl, Gainesville 20155) at 8:30am
  • For more detailed information on how you can help, go to http://www.aoneeight.org/package/second-saturday-serve/

    Categories: A1:8 Missions , All Church

    NCC Prayer: Washington Prayer Gathering

    1:00 PM • Lincoln Memorial • Google Map

    Contact: Heidi Scanlon • [email protected]

    God is moving in unity across churches in the DC area. Many churches have been a part of networks of prayer and collaboration for years, but now these groups are being led to link arms with each other and display this common desire more broadly. Church leaders around the Washington region are on their knees praying and experiencing:

    • Uncommon conviction and repentance (2 Chron. 7:14)
    • Unity of spirit across denominational, racial and ethnic diversities (Phil. 2:2)
    • Hope for spiritual revival, life change and transformation of our region (Ps. 9:18)

    In essence, we are witnessing 'One Heart' develop here in DC:

    For the eyes of the Lord move to and fro throughout the earth that He may strongly support those whose heart is completely His. (2 Chron. 16:9)

    On Columbus Day, October 13 at 1:00 pm, please join hundreds of other churches on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial for the Washington Prayer Gathering.

    For more information and to get the word out: 

    Categories: All Church , Prayer

    NCC Prayer: Multi-church Prayer Night (Seek for the City)

    7:00 PM • Barracks Row Theater • Google Map

    Contact: Heidi Scanlon • [email protected]

    This multi-church prayer gathering called "Seek for the City" will focus on praying for the local church and for the city/nations and is hosted by NCC, Christ Our Shepherd Church, Church of the Resurrection, St. Brendan's, and Faith Tabernacle.

    No rsvp necessary

    Childcare will be provided

    Categories: 714 Worship , All Church , Prayer

    All Church Service

    7:00 PM • Lincoln Theatre • Google Map

    Contact: • [email protected]

    Join with your church family for an evening of worship, celebration of baptisms, and communion at Lincoln Theatre! 

    More info to come...

    Categories: All Church

    Second Saturday Serve

    8:30 AM • Various locations • Google Map

    Contact: Helen Taylor • [email protected]

    Second Saturday Serve is our way to serve our neighbors with no strings attached. Show up at one of the times and locations below and join one of a variety of service projects such as clean-up, painting, spending time with the elderly, or serving meals to the homeless. The projects vary each month. Just show up and bring friends!

    We meet at the following times and locations:

  • Capitol Hill: Ebenezers Coffeehouse (201 F St NE) at 9am
  • Columbia Heights: Columbia Heights Recreation Center (1480 Girard St NW) at 10am
  • Georgetown: Heidi Scanlon’s (1627 35th St NW) at 10am
  • Northern Virginia: Regal Cinema Potomac Yard (3575 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Alexandria) at 9am
  • Gainesville: Regal Cinema (8001 Gateway Promenade Pl, Gainesville 20155) at 8:30am
  • For more detailed information on how you can help, go to http://www.aoneeight.org/package/second-saturday-serve/

    Categories: A1:8 Missions , All Church

    NCC Prayer: Prayer for the Persecuted Church

    7:00 PM • Barracks Row Theater • Google Map

    Contact: Heidi Scanlon • [email protected]

    Join fellow NCCers and other local churches in praying for the persecuted church around the globe. 

    Categories: All Church , Prayer

    Thanksgiving InService Meal

    10:00 AM • Ebenezers Coffeehouse • Google Map

    Contact: Katy Jeffrey • [email protected]

    Join us for our annual Thanksgiving meal for the homeless in our community.

    We will need over 100 volunteers to cook, serve, greet and roll out the red carpet for our special guests!

    Email [email protected] to sign up!

    Second Saturday Serve

    8:30 AM • Various locations • Google Map

    Contact: Helen Taylor • [email protected]

    Second Saturday Serve is our way to serve our neighbors with no strings attached. Show up at one of the times and locations below and join one of a variety of service projects such as clean-up, painting, spending time with the elderly, or serving meals to the homeless. The projects vary each month. Just show up and bring friends!

    We meet at the following times and locations:

  • Capitol Hill: Ebenezers Coffeehouse (201 F St NE) at 9am
  • Columbia Heights: Columbia Heights Recreation Center (1480 Girard St NW) at 10am
  • Georgetown: Heidi Scanlon’s (1627 35th St NW) at 10am
  • Northern Virginia: Regal Cinema Potomac Yard (3575 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Alexandria) at 9am
  • Gainesville: Regal Cinema (8001 Gateway Promenade Pl, Gainesville 20155) at 8:30am
  • For more detailed information on how you can help, go to http://www.aoneeight.org/package/second-saturday-serve/

    Categories: A1:8 Missions , All Church

    The Brilliance Advent Tour with 714

    8:00 PM • The Miracle Theatre • Google Map

    Contact: Juliet Main • [email protected]

    The Brilliance is one of an emerging new breed of Christian artists who are taking our nature as “storied” creatures seriously and putting forward a sort of “new liturgy” which both honors the past and points the way forward into the future.

    Their music is about our story, exploring the essence of who we are as God’s creation and as His reflection. Taking their musicality to new heights, blending strings, keys, percussion and voice, along with poetry and prayer, The Brilliance appeals to diverse audiences — across generations, denominations, and cultures.

    http://thebrilliancemusic.com

    http://714music.com

    $12 adv / $15 day of

    Get tickets: http://ticketf.ly/1uHgivq

    For more information about the concert and how to buy tickets visit: ebenezerscoffeehouse.com/events

    Categories: All Church