Capitol Hill Group Ministry
Capitol Hill Group Ministry (CHGM) is an interfaith coalition of congregations united to serve the social needs of the Capitol Hill community. CHGM provides emergency assistance and comprehensive support to low-income households and homes and at-risk families and individuals.
Point of Contact: Jane Rutherford
Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington
Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington (SMGW) serves those who are homeless or otherwise in need in the DC area to help them meet their goals, such as finding housing and employment. St Marks was one of the 12 Founding Parishes. The food brought to the altar at St. Mark’s every Sunday is taken to SMGW for distributing to those in need. For more about how to volunteer with Samaritan Ministry click here.
Point of Contact: Deacon Cindy Dopp
Welcome Table – Church of the Epiphany
Every Sunday the Welcome Table at Church of the Epiphany provides breakfast to the hungry and provides a diverse and inclusive worship experience. Weekly turnouts include approximately 150 people in need who participate in the various aspects of the program.
Point of Contact: Michael Knipe
Sunday Suppers is a non-profit volunteer organization that offers meals, clothing and most importantly, friendship to homes men, women and children on the streets of Washington, C.D.
Point of Contact: Jack Richards