Our Building
Constructed in 1892

As a community of Christ-followers in Washington, DC, the concept of shared place is what Washington Community Fellowship has been built upon since 1981. As part of the larger family of faith in the region, WCF intentionally shares place with entities that share our values and mission to serve our community through and in Christ.

WCF completed a major renovation of our first and second floor annex spaces in 2014, creating new opportunities for use by members of the congregation and the community. WCF is an active part of the Capitol Hill community and we welcome inquiries about the use of our facilities.

Interested in renting our building?

Rent Our Building

Renting Our Building

WCF is an active part of the Capitol Hill community and we welcome inquiries about the use of our facilities. 

We have a wide variety of spaces available for rent, and our Capitol Hill location provides convenient access to Metrobus and Metrorail Red, Blue & Orange Lines, Union Station, Eastern Market, the H Street Corridor, and the U.S. Capitol.

We are also open to new, long-term renters for shared use of the various spaces in our building. We are seeking nonprofit organizations with interests and missions in common with WCF that are in need of space in a flexible, mutually-supportive environment.

For more information on availability, or further details about renting space, please find out more about renting our building here »

 

 

Building Partners

WCF recently implemented an extensive renovation of its 1st and 2nd floor Annex building, which was completed in October 2014, allowing us to gratefully grow our capacity to share place and to steward our building responsibly and generously in service to our own congregation and to the community at large. 

Currently, WCF shares place with the following local ministry partners: