And Still We Rise | Details
Washington, D.C. | June 17 – 19, 2018
Capitol Hill and Sanctuary of Lutheran Church of the Reformation (212 East Capitol St. NE, Washington, D.C., 20003)
Doors open at 4:30 pm on Sunday and 8:30 am on Monday and Tuesday during the summit.
There is limited to no parking available. Please use public transit.
You are responsible for your own lodging.
CMEP has made arrangements for a reduced rate with Capitol Hill Hotel – DC
*Please note: unless otherwise indicated, discounted hotel rates are for double occupancy and do not include taxes or fees.
Capitol Hill Hotel is located .3 miles from the Lutheran Church of the Reformation
Address: 200 C Street, SE Washington, DC 20003
Junior Suite, single $229
Superior Suite, double $249
Both rates include daily complimentary deluxe continental breakfast & complimentary WiFi.
Reservations must be made by May 3, 2018.
Call: 202-448-2081, request the rate for “Churches for Middle East Peace”
Online: Use this link
Select Check In Date: June 17, 2018
Select Check Out Date: June 19, 2018
Click “check availability.”
International Guest House is located 6.3 miles from the Lutheran Church of the Reformation
CMEP has no special rate or room block available at this location. International Guest House is an affordable lodging option in D.C. with a limited number of rooms. More information available on their website or by calling 202-726-5808
CMEP will provide coffee and light snacks during the Summit. Meals are on your own. There are a variety of dining options nearby.
You will find DC to be a very walkable city. For longer distances both Metro and taxis are convenient and easy to use.
Metro Trip Planner is helpful for planning trips using DC’s Metro system. You can download a full color map of the Metro rail system here.
For individuals flying into Reagan National Airport there is a Metro stop accessible from the airport. Individuals flying into Dulles International Airport will need to take a taxi or make other transportation arrangements.
On Advocacy Day (Tuesday, June 19), dress code is business professional. This would include suits and ties for men and comparable clothing for women.
Please keep in mind that you will need to go through security when entering congressional office buildings for advocacy meetings. The experience is similar to airport security. Be prepared to remove watches, belts, and shoes that might set off a metal detector.