• Race Dialog

    Anti-Racism is a focus of the Festival Center.

  • The Chapel

    A small quiet space open most of the day for personal prayer and meditation.  We have corporate prayer at noon Monday through Friday from 12:00 pm to 12:20 PM. 

    Come pray in person or leave a written prayer request.

    All are welcome.


  • Rent Our Space

    A wide variety of meeting rooms, a commercial kitchen, and other amenities are available at the Center.

  • The Festival Center

    The Festival Center is a beautiful multi-purpose building located in the heart of Adams Morgan, a vibrant and diverse neighborhood in Northwest DC.


The Soteria Community School


Soteria Community School (formerly the Servant Leadership School) is a place for timely education, creating spaces for diverse classrooms of people to learn from each other and discuss difficult topics in an effort to raise the consciousness of our community.

Spring Courses begin Tuesday, Feb 21, 2017

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The Festival Center relies on a wide circle of friends to support its life-changing programs. Your gift enables us to further The Church of the Saviour's legacy of faithfulness on into the future!


New Executive Director

Julian "Jay" Forth is the new Executive Director of The Festival Center.  Jay studied at Duke Divinity School and first came to our community in 2007 when he interned at Joseph's House and The Potter's House. Graduating from Duke in 2009 with a Master of Divinity, he returned to DC to work with Jubilee Jobs and then as a tenant organizer at the Housing Counseling Center.  He is currently a board member of The Potter's House.

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Discipleship Year

One of The Festival Center’s core programs, Discipleship Year is a year-long residential experience that actively engages volunteers with issues of social justice and servant leadership, placing participants with organizations that have the pursuit of a more compassionate and just world at the core of their mission.

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Parr Dialog/Lecture Series

On Friday, March 31 at 7:00 PM,Thomas Getman, human rights advocate and Middle East “activist interlocutor,” will speak on: Challenges and Hopes in the Once and Future Holy Land: Responsibilities of Being a Part of the Abrahamic Fellowship. You’re invited to a meet our speaker at a pre-lecture reception with light hors d'oeuvres 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.

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Upcoming Events

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