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All Souls Church Unitarian
  Welcoming Congregation. Wheelchair accessible. Assisted listening devices available.
Number of Members: 982
Address: 

1500 Harvard St NW
Washington, DC 20009-4216
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Phone: 
(202) 332-5266
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(202) 332-8968
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Church ID:
2824
 
Universalist National Memorial Church
   Wheelchair accessible. Assisted listening devices available.
Number of Members: 48
Address: 

1810 16th St NW
Washington, DC 20009-3304
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Phone: 
(202) 387-3411
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Church ID:
2831
 
Washington Ethical Society
  Welcoming Congregation. Wheelchair accessible. Assisted listening devices available.
Number of Members: 143
Multi-Denominational Members: 287
Address: 

7750 16th St NW
Washington, DC 20012-1462
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Phone: 
(202) 882-6650
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Church ID:
2828
 

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