Our Vision is to Glorify God by
Developing relationships in fellowship with others
Witnessing to others about Jesus Christ
Studying God’s Word
Come worship with us on Sundays at 10 a.m. and on other special occasions. Our friendly greeters, ushers and members will welcome you warmly. Enjoy our cheerful hospitality and fellowship, our inspiring, insightful sermons, and our uplifting music, as we praise and thank God for blessings of mercy and grace. Our worship services offer a blend of traditional and contemporary songs--including hymns, praise and gospel music--Wesleyan liturgy and strong biblical preaching, rich in truth and wisdom.
Come study God’s Word with us on Sundays at 9 a.m. and during the week: Tuesdays at 7 p.m., Wednesdays at 12 noon. We seek to deepen our faith and wisdom for Christian living by exploring the Holy Bible and its theological insights together.
Come share in our ministries of witness and service: feeding the hungry, caring for the community, nurturing and encouraging children and youth, advocating for peace with justice, and engaging women and men to become faithful disciples of Jesus Christ.
In our words and actions, we share the good news of deliverance and abundant life through faith in Jesus Christ and obedience to God. Randall provides its neighbors with food, education, pastoral counseling, and space for community programs. Also, through our connectional giving we share in the United Methodist Church’s worldwide mission and ministries.
We are located at 1002 46th St NE, in Washington, DC (20019) at the corner of 46th St. and Sheriff Road in the community of Deanwood, one of Washington’s most historic neighborhoods. Accessible from Kenilworth Ave. and I-295, we are near the Deanwood Metro Station and Deanwood Community Center.
Contact us at 202 396-0375 or email@example.com
Our Pastor is the Rev Dr. Brian W Jackson
Randall Memorial United Methodist Church celebrates a century of ongoing vital ministry, serving residents in the nation's capital. We are one of more than 600 churches in this region that belong to the Baltimore-Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church.
In June 1910 the Rev.Armstead Randall and his wife Rebecca, along with John H. Snowden, John and Cynthia Smith, Georgia Gross, and Eugene and Fannie Sparrow discussed the need for a Methodist Episcopal Church in their Deanwood community in Northeast Washington, DC. They decided to take action.
These concerned, visionary Methodists organized the Deanwood Methodist Episcopal Church with the help of more than a dozen other founding members. They raised enough funds to rent Moses Hall on Lane Place, N.E., and start a mission there. Their first worship service was held on July 2, 1911. After almost a year of preparation and sacrifice, these courageous ancestors erected their first church building on Browning Place, N.E., now 46th Street, N.E. They laid the cornerstone there in June 1912.
The Rev. Armstead Randall went home to Glory on June 29, 1916. Soon thereafter, the congregation renamed the church in his honor, Randall Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church. It later became Randall Memorial United Methodist Church, with the creation of the new United Methodist Church in 1968.
Today we have a growing, intergenerational congregation of about 150 members. Some have belonged to the church for a half-century, while others have joined recently. Our ministries involve all ages, from children and youth to senior adults.
We are proud of our heritage and excited about our future. Come join us, and be a part of our destiny and God's purpose for us at Randall!