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This was our second visit to DC and we had to visit this great old church again. It is located across Lafayette Square from the White House. Every sitting president has attended the church at least once since it was built in 1816, starting with...More
It's an Episcopal church that has been around since October 1816. There's a lot of history within this church. Every President since James Madison has attended this church at least one time while serving in office. Supposedly Madison's rented pew was actually Pew 28, but...More
On the north side of Lafayette Square across from the White House, this church deserves a visit. Dating from the early 19th century, the outside is yellow trimmed in white, while the inside features dark pews with dark-rose cushions. The interior is rather plain, but...More
I was in DC in February and had been to the Cathedral several times so I found this church next to the White House. It was a great place to visit with its cozy feel and Presidential history. Every President since it opened had attended...More
I was privileged to visit St. John's 9:00 service on Palm Sunday. The music was absolutely breathtaking. We enjoyed worshipping in the historic church. The congregation was friendly and welcoming. The church is beautiful and filled with history. A prayer for the President was delivered...More
St. John's Church is an historic landmark in Washington D.C. It is located at the corner of 16 Street and H Street and is a few minutes walk to Pennsylvania Avenue to view the White House. According to the information posted; every president since President...More