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I stand by my initial statement. There are many bus lines along the main church routes such as 16th Street NW, 14th Street in Logan Circle, and just about anywhere you need to go. That's in addition to the Metro stations all over the District. Carpooling and church buses are another option. Ideally, you could walk to your church. I'm an atheist, but if I wasn't, I'd simply pick the most liberal congregation within walking distance of me, probably All Souls, and start going there. What would Jesus do? Drive a private automobile, contributing to global warming etc and park illegally, blocking the crosswalk/bike lane/emergency vehicles/local residents? I don't think so. Jesus would be on the bus.

by MrTinDC on Dec 5, 2012 2:18 pm • linkreport

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