Music Show

You are cordially invited to attend performances by Graffiti friends, Hieronymus Bogs (Alex, Lisa and Ezra) and Barry K, at Graffiti Church at 7pm on September 21st. Barry K, the opener, will go onstage at 7pm. Hieronymous Bogs, who touring his most recent album, The Plow, will start at 8pm.

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DC Vision Casting Dinner

Join us April 19th at 6:30 p.m. in Washington, DC as we share the next stage of the Graffiti adventure and invite you to participate in our ministry and vision. Please share this event with anyone you think may be interested in attending and RSVP below. Location: Carmines Restaurant 425

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Palm Sunday

Join us as we celebrate Easter and our Risen Lord! All are welcome! Palm Sunday – March 25th, 10am and 6pm Good Friday – March 30th, 7pm Easter Sunday – April 1st, 10am

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Final Viewing – 40 Years Ago Exhibit

In the summer of 1977, Bob Stewart trained his camera on the kids of East 7th Street. At the time, he was an East Village resident, working for the New York Metropolitan Baptist Association as a summer intern. Stewart, now a professor of journalism at Ohio University, revisits this time

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Special Event – The Mother God Made Me To Be

On Sunday, November 12th, at 10am, award winning Author, Karen Valentin will share her story of grief and healing through divorce and single motherhood. After worship she will give away 100 signed copies of her memoir “The Mother God Made Me To Be”. Be sure to invite a single mother

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Gallery Open – 40 Years Ago Photography Exhibit

In the summer of 1977, Bob Stewart trained his camera on the kids of East 7th Street. At the time, he was an East Village resident, working for the New York Metropolitan Baptist Association as a summer intern. Stewart, now a professor of journalism at Ohio University, revisits this time

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Gallery Open – 40 Years Ago Photography Exhibit

In the summer of 1977, Bob Stewart trained his camera on the kids of East 7th Street. At the time, he was an East Village resident, working for the New York Metropolitan Baptist Association as a summer intern. Stewart, now a professor of journalism at Ohio University, revisits this time

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