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1500 Harvard St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20009, United States

Founded in 1821 as the First Unitarian Church of Washington, the institution has a long history of supporting our nation’s biggest social issues, such as abolitionism, civil rights, women’s equality and, most recently, same-sex marriage. All Souls is also known for its eclectic musical programs, which are open to all. Sunday services, for example, may feature a medley of jazz, ancient church chants, South African beats and gospel. Free lunch follows in Pierce Hall.

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All Souls Church, Unitarian

Founded in 1821 as the First Unitarian Church of Washington, the institution has a long history of supporting our nation’s biggest social issues, such as abolitionism, civil rights, women’s equality and, most recently, same-sex marriage. All Souls is also known for its eclectic musical programs, which are open to all. Sunday services, for example, may feature a medley of jazz, ancient church chants, South African beats and gospel. Free lunch follows in Pierce Hall.