President Barack Obama and his family are considering joining several churches of various denominations in the nation's capital but have yet to settle on one. Nineteenth Street Baptist (now on 16th Street) is one of two prominent black congregations with long histories. The church is housed in what used to be a synagogue (Andrew Councill/MCT)
President Barack Obama and his family are considering joining several churches of various denominations in the nation's capital but have yet to settle on one. Nineteenth Street Baptist (now on 16th Street) is one of two prominent black congregations with long histories. The church is housed in what used to be a synagogue (Andrew Councill/MCT) MCT
President Barack Obama and his family are considering joining several churches of various denominations in the nation's capital but have yet to settle on one. Nineteenth Street Baptist (now on 16th Street) is one of two prominent black congregations with long histories. The church is housed in what used to be a synagogue (Andrew Councill/MCT) MCT

Nearly a year later, Obamas still looking for a church home

March 13, 2009 02:55 PM

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