The Washington Interfaith Network at St. Mark’s

To receive occasional updates about WIN actions, and to learn of engagement opportunities at St. Mark’s, email win@stmarks.net.

We support WIN with our time, talent, and treasure. This engagement enriches all of us: those at St. Mark’s, those in the larger DC religious/spiritual community, and most important those whom WIN actions affect. We accomplish far more together than we could alone.

We’re now working with WIN to

  • ensure our elected officials care about the needs of the underserved,
  • push the city to be more accountable for reducing fossil fuel dependence in buildings,
  • work with the Senior Housing at the Potomac Gardens public housing on Capitol Hill for maintenance attention, and for residents’ rights education and power organizing on a federally funded renovation initiative (RAD), and
  • expand affordable housing opportunities in Ward 3.

This page describes What’s Next for St. Mark’s in WIN and How We Got Here.

More about WIN itself: on Facebook and on the web.

Love Your Neighbor: WIN’s organizing starts with listening to your neighbor to learn what people care about and what their concerns are. And then WIN builds relationships. This is the way WIN supports residents across the city advocating for safety, affordable housing, and to be treated with dignity. It is key to St. Mark’s engagement with WIN.

What’s Next

  • Thursday, June 1st 7-8:30pm: In-person – WIN June 1st District-Wide Action Evaluation and Celebration: Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, 206 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001
  • Wed, June 7: 7pm – On Zoom – Chevy Chase DC in the Arc of American history –  A Conversation with Descendants of a Displaced Black Community. Register for the event here

St. Marks’ Standing WIN meeting

Mondays 5-5:30pm Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86388843153?pwd=b2pTNnZsK2ZsZ0w3eDlQaVYrUDZ4Zz09

WIN Ward 6 Standing meeting

Every other Thursday Noon-12:30 Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84112673354

We Got Here by Showing Up

The St. Mark’s Team

St. Mark’s work in WIN is coordinated by Kit Arrington, Edna Boone, Josie Jordan, Betsy Agle, Steve Dalzell,and Christoph Berendes.

64 St. Mark’s parishioners have joined the parish WIN email list to stay informed about ways to take action and learn more. Many have stepped into “boots on the ground” participation and many have turned out as “butts in seats” – showing up when asked because numbers matter – online and now in-person!

Contact win@stmarks.net to join the email list or for more information.

WIN Impact Report 2021/22
Download an Update on WIN campaigns and success’ made possible by your participation(PDF)!

  • Affordable Housing:
    • Public Lands
    • Affordable Housing Preservation and Creation
    • Public Housing
    • BETH [Black Equity Through Homeownership]
  • Climate Justice
  • Public Safety

More on WIN’s 2021 and 2020 accomplishments with and at St. Mark’s.