Welcome to St. Augustine's Episcopal Church!

We are an interracial community of faith following Jesus in the Way of Love in southwest Washington, DC.  You are invited to join us for worship and prayer; learning and fellowship; and service to others. Visitors and newcomers are always welcome!


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Worship Online Every Sunday

Although we are not meeting in-person due to the coronavirus, we worship together every Sunday online at 9:30am. You can join us via Facebook Live (you don't need a Facebook account!) Click here to see past and present services.

We also gather for worship on Tuesday evenings at 6:30pm and for Bible Study on Thursday evenings at 6:30.

Newcomers are always welcome!

St. Augustine's Mission:

Together we continually seek to build a community that shows forth God's love for all.


Embracing our diversity, we are searchers for justice, truth, and beauty here and everywhere, aware of and responding to community need.

Christ, He be come again when the Christ in you sees the Christ in us.


Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murdering George Floyd

On Tuesday, Derek Chauvin was convicted of murdering George Floyd. He was convicted on all 3 charges brought before the court; he remains to be sentenced sometime in the near future.

This conviction will not bring George back, nor will it single-handedly end systemic racism or state violence. But it is a real step of accountability, especially considering how rarely police officers are even charged with crimes after using deadly force.

This conviction is a victory for justice, although we know it is one step in a very long journey. The last few weeks have brought news of police violence and intimidation to people of color across the country. At St. Augustine's, we commit to being an active ally in anti-racist work. As always, if you have thoughts, concerns, questions, or ideas about this work, please contact Rev. Scott at priest@staugustinesdc.org

Bishop Mariann has released her own statement on the conviction, which you can read here.