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Organizations We Support
Receiving our volunteer and financial help:
(You are invited to contribute, as well. Contact information is on Web sites unless otherwise noted.)
Companion Community Development Alternatives (CoCoDA) supports community-based economic and social development in Central America and public awareness in the United States of the need for more just relations with Latin America.
Organization for Youth Empowerment (OYE) supports and empowers at-risk youth in Honduras by promoting their self-sufficiency through education, health, and art programs. OYE brings international volunteers to work with Honduran youth. Local address: 3351 18th Street NW Washington, DC 20010, Telephone: (202) 667-1499 (202) 667-1499 .
Coalition to Stop Gun Violence is a membership organization that advocates a ban on the sale and possession of handguns and assault weapons.
Rural Coalition supports food and agriculture policy that assure full participation of people of color producers, farm workers and rural and urban communities in the food system.
Georgetown Ministry Center provides housing, social service referrals and personal support to homeless men and women in Georgetown. Two weeks a year Dumbarton members provide dinner and overnight volunteers to the Congregational Based Shelter.
Howard University Campus Ministry.
Food and Friends provides meals, groceries and nutrition counseling to people living with life-
UMCOR Health Kits for Haiti, sponsored by United Methodist Committee on Relief.
Afghan student scholarship for a student who once stayed with a Dumbarton family. Address: 3331 Stuyvesant Pl. NW, Washington, D.C. 20015.
Hope Secondary School educates 140 girls and boys in the village of Beit Jala, West Bank, Palestine. Address: DUMC, 3133 Dumbarton Avenue NW, Washington DC 20007, Telephone: 202-238-0245.
American University United Methodist Chaplaincy provides leadership and counsel to facilitate the university's commitment to spiritual growth, ethical discernment and community service.
J.O. Wilson Elementary After-School serves over 100 inner-city students with activities ranging from mentoring and tutoring to field trips and parties. Dumbartonians volunteer for one-on-one mentoring of students and organize holiday parties for the children. Donations to buy gloves and scarves for winter, and children’s books. Address: 660 K Street NE, Washington DC 20002, Telephone: 202-698-4733 202-698-4733.
Many Voices is a Black church movement for gay and transgender justice.
Methodist Federation for Social Action seeks to provide a fruitful witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world, working primarily through the ministries of the United Methodist Church.
Nan McCurdy and Miguel Mariena, United Methodist missionaries in Nicaragua are working with the Women and Community Association, which facilitates community-based health and development with women, youth and children in an impoverished area.
Jeff Hoover Ministry in Africa.
Rebuilding Together works to preserve affordable homeownership and revitalize communities.
Reconciling Ministries Network is a growing movement of United Methodist individuals, congregations, campus ministries, and other groups, which publicly welcome all persons, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. The network's local Baltimore Washington organizing arm is BWARM.
Washington Interfaith Network is a church-based group that works to build an independent power base in Washington. Members of the congregation attend rallies, go to training sessions and do other activities.
--As a separate organization, please add:
A Reconciling Congregation
Sunday worship is held at 11 a.m. in the sanctuary.
Youth and intermediate grades Sunday school are held at 10 a.m.
Godly Play and Children's Fellowship take place during much of the service.
Refreshments following. Nursery provided.
All are Welcome!