We don’t assume that we’re the best church for you. In fact, over the last many decades, CHBC has endeavored with its time, prayers, and money to plant and revitalize churches all throughout the DC metro area. Why? We recognize that our church building can be quite full on Sunday mornings, and if you don’t live in our immediate area, we think that you are probably better off joining yourself to a church close to where you live.
In addition to gospel-preaching Presbyterian, Anglican, and non-denominational churches with whom we enjoy warm fellowship, there are a number of churches in this area who share both our doctrinal distinctives and our philosophy of ministry—and who have received staff, members, and money from CHBC. If you would travel some distance to visit us on Capitol Hill and are looking for a church home, we would warmly encourage you to consider some of these other congregations.
Anacostia River Church began on Easter Sunday of 2015 with three elders and several dozen members from Capitol Hill Baptist Church. They meet at Anacostia High School.
Arlington Baptist Church constituted on January 25, 1928 with 18 charter members who desired to establish a faithful Baptist witness in Arlington County. In 2008, God stirred the hearts of believers at Capitol Hill Baptist Church to form Grace Baptist Church of Arlington. The members called Mike Law Jr. to serve as their pastor and initially met in a member’s home, just a few blocks away from Arlington Baptist Church. At the invitation of Arlington Baptist, the members of Grace Baptist Church of Arlington joined in the work of the Arlington Baptist Church in July of 2014. Arlington Baptist meets on Sundays for a 9:30am Discipleship Hour and a 10:30am service.
Cheverly Baptist Church was founded in 2018 by several dozen members from Capitol Hill Baptist Church and other Cheverly residents. It is currently pastored by John Joseph, a former elder and staff member of CHBC. Cheverly Baptist Church is currently meeting at Bladensburg Elementary School.
Del Ray Baptist Church is a historic Baptist church located in Alexandria, Virginia pastored by Garrett Kell and a team of other elders. This church has been going through a revitalization process since 2011 when it began a partnership with Capitol Hill Baptist Church. Del Ray Baptist has a 9:30am Core Seminar hour, 10:30am main worship service, and an evening service on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month beginning at 5:00pm.
First Baptist Church of Upper Marlboro meets at 7415 Crain Hwy, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772. The church's pastor, Zach Schlegel, previously served on staff at Capitol Hill Baptist Church.
Franconia Baptist Church in southern Alexandria, Virginia was founded in 1870 and is currently pastored by Nick Roark, a former elder and staff member at Capitol Hill Baptist Church. Franconia Baptist Church has a 9:30am Sunday School hour for adults and children, 10:45am main worship service, and a midweek Bible Study on Wednesdays at 6:30pm.
LaPlata Baptist Church was founded in 1981 and is currently pastored by Garrett Conner, a former staff member from Capitol Hill Baptist Church who arrived in 2010 along with a team of CHBC members to help revitalize the church. LaPlata Baptist meets for worship at 10:45am and 6pm on Sundays.
Restoration Church DC is in Northwest DC, pastored by Nathan Knight and Joey Craft. Building on a long relationship between Nathan and 9Marks, Capitol Hill Baptist Church has had the privilege of helping this gospel work through significant financial and pastoral support. The church meets at 10:30am at Temple Baptist Church (3850 Nebraska Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20016).
Sterling Park Baptist Church merged with Guilford Baptist Church, which was revitalized in 2005 by a church planting group from Capitol Hill Baptist Church, in the summer of 2013. The church meets at 10:30am and 6:00pm on Sundays.
Winchester Baptist Church was commissioned as a church plant from Sterling Park Baptist Church in September 2012. The church meets at 10:30am on Sundays.