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Frequently Asked Questions about St. Thomas’ Building Program

St. Thomas’ Parish has been on Church Street and been part of the Dupont Circle and Washington, D.C. community since 1894. It is a church of past presidents, provided shelter for those protesting war and social injustice in the 1960s and 1970s, cared for people battling AIDS in the 1980s, and is a leading advocate of…

Building Program Activities

Recent Milestones Completed On Friday, June 27, the package of materials for St. Thomas’ proposed new church building project was submitted by our development partner, CAS Riegler Companies, to D.C.’s Historic Preservation Review Board. A number of updated images of the church building design, prepared for that submission package, have now been posted to this web site. Next Steps During…

Our Building Program: The Third Home for St. Thomas’ Parish

St. Thomas’ Episcopal Parish is a community of 250 members living mostly in and around Dupont Circle proper, but drawing also from the surrounding DC Metro Area. Throughout its history St. Thomas’ has sought to serve the DuPont Circle neighborhood—it is a “parish” with a strong sense of geographical location and commitment. St. Thomas’ Parish…

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