Georgetown Lutheran Church - Building for Another 250 Years!

Georgetown's oldest congregation, founded in May 1769, celebrating 250 years!
At the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Volta Place NW, in Washington, D.C.

In honor of GLC’s 250th Anniversary, we are restoring and improving our historic building and gardens.  As a congregation, we are dedicated to welcoming members of the community and caring for our neighbors.  Our principal aim is to increase visitors’ access to our building, and enlarge the amount of usable outdoor space, while returning portions of our building – particularly our 1914 bell tower  to their historic appearance.  

There's a place for you at Georgetown Lutheran Church.
Join us for worship, Sundays at 8:30 and 10 AM.

We need your support to make these projects a reality!

Any dollar amount, designated to "General Building Fund"

Capital Renovation Plans are Moving Forward!

Have you noticed our new yard sign?  We are excited that, within the next few weeks, we will receive a permit from the city to begin construction of our improved walkways and stormwater management system.  These below-ground projects will occur before the bell tower renovation begins.  The sign is the first step in helping spread awareness of the projects with our congregation and neighbors.  We need your support as we fund and celebrate these long-awaited projects, so please stay tuned for more information on our upcoming “People for the Steeple” campaign.  


Updates on our capital projects will be posted on our website: