Standing tall despite its proximity to multistory office buildings, this smallish Gothic Revival church with bright red doors has been a fixture in downtown Washington. Before pavement replaced trees on G Street, Epiphany Church was a tiny hall of worship, then a hospital for Civil War wounded, then eventually was named as the District's Episcopal/Anglican Diocese. The church is now on the National Register of Historic Places. Epiphany and its lovely courtyard are open daily, and the church administers multiple services on Sunday (parking is free for worshipers). Small classical concerts are also held here on occasion.
Attractions & Landmarks, Religious