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From the Nation’s Capital, we welcome you to the Apostolic Faith Church. For more than five decades, we have been blessed to witness many blessings and God’s goodness while enjoying the fellowship of a strong, growing and deeply committed church family. As you learn of our history and share in our witness, we ask you to pray for our community.
The Gospel of Jesus Christ is full of good news. We offer our reader plenty of resources to find more about personal connection with God. We have personal testimonies that will inspire the heart. We hope you are encouraged.
The Founder of the Apostolic Faith Church in Washington, DC was the late Reverend Mary G. Kelley. She was born in North Carolina on January 22, 1901. Her life was filled with activities of spiritual meaning.
Our organization is conservative in nature, following a tradition of Wesleyan holiness practiced by those upon whom the Holy Spirit descended at Azusa. We believe the entire Bible is God's infallible Word and uphold its fundamental teachings.
If you missed it, navigate here to view the Sunday School Program on the AFCDC YouTube channel.
In observance of Federal, State, and Local government guidelines on social distance due to COVID-19 pendemic, all services are now broadcast online through our google account or Youtube channel. Please watch for further announcements.
Women's Fellowship weekly prayer line takes place every Wednesday, starting promptly at 7:30pm. Please contact Women's Fellowship leader for more information.
Men's Fellowship weekly prayer line takes place every Thursday evening, starting promptly at 7:30pm. Please contact Men's Fellowship leader for more information.
Weekly online-prayer meeting every Monday night at 7:30pm.
Please kindly review your weekly email for telephone number and access code.
We are pleased to offer the option of online donations through the online account. To make donations, please click here.
Believing that testifying to God's glory of the work He has done or is doing in one's life conitributes to overcoming victory as well as the encouragement of the saints. Worship services dedicate a time to share personal testimonies recounting God's goodness. Visit us this Sunday.