Directions & Parking
Located in northwest Washington, D.C, — where 14th Street intersects Massachusetts Avenue at Thomas Circle —
National City Christian Church is open to visitors and guests from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Please use the Courtyard entrance on 14th Street.
Parking on Sunday Morning
Street parking is FREE on Sunday mornings and ample parking is available on Massachusetts Avenue just off of Thomas Circle. As you enter Thomas Circle heading south on 14th Street, take the 2nd exit (Massachusetts Avenue). Sunday street parking is available until 2 p.m.
Limited parking is also available in the church parking garage located off of “N” Street. Head north on 15th Street (one way). then turn right on “N” Street. Proceed down “N” Street and turn right into the alley just after 1420 “N” Street. The garage entrance will be on your left. To enter the parking garage: pull into the ramp leading down to the garage. At the first number box, press the “Call button” and 0 (zero) and our security officer will open the gate into the garage. Please park on the 1st level only. The door to the church building is located directly across from the entrance gate. Press the “Call button” and 0 (zero) — left of the church door — for admittance. Follow the hallways to the elevator. Front desk check-in is on Level “1′ and Sanctuary is on Level “2R.”
Commercial parking garage is available on Sunday mornings at the Washington Plaza Hotel at 10 Thomas Circle, N.W. More information is at https://www.washingtonplazahotel.com.
Metro buses 52, 53, and 54 all stop right at the church on 14th Street.
Metrorail Orange, Blue, and Silver Lines to McPherson Square: taking the 14th Street Exit walk three blocks north on 14th Street to the church on Thomas Circle.
Metrorail Red Line to Dupont Circle: Walk 5 blocks southeast down Massachusetts Avenue to the church on Thomas Circle.
Metrorail Red Line to Farragut North: Walk 4 blocks east on L Street, walk one block northeast on Vermont Avenue to the church on Thomas Circle.