Christ Church Rectory

A long-standing remnant dating back to early 19th century Georgetown.

Built in 1810, this rectory was constructed for use by the second Protestant Episcopal congregation of Georgetown. Founded in 1817, Christ Church was started by a group of prominent Georgetown citizens that met to organize a new congregation, due to overcrowding at St. John’s Church, which was the only Episcopal Church in Georgetown at the time. In the 1860s, the need for a larger church was evident, and the current late 19th century Gothic style church was completed in 1887. 

DC Inventory: November 8, 1964 (Joint Committee on Landmarks) 

Within Georgetown Historic District




3112 O Street NW