Location & Directions

Our parish is uniquely located in two of Columbia’s interfaith centers: the Wilde Lake and the Oakland Mills Interfaith Centers. Sharing centers with various congregations over the years has provided a unique opportunity to learn from each other and to work together for the betterment of Columbia and Howard County.

Parish location: Wilde Lake Interfaith Center

Wilde Lake Interfaith Center (WL) Location

Two congregations share the Wilde Lake Interfaith Center: St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church (us!) and St. John United Methodist / Presbyterian. 

The center is adjacent to the Wilde Lake Village Center and across the parking lot from Wilde Lake High School. 

We celebrate Masses in Room 1 and Room 4.

10431 Twin Rivers Road, Columbia, MD 21044
410-964-1425
Floorplan

Livestream from WL Room 1
Livestream from WL Room 4

Office hours are Monday-Friday, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm & 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm.

Parish location: Oakland Mills Interfaith Center

Oakland Mills Interfaith Center (OM) Location

The Meeting House / Oakland Mills Interfaith Center is shared by two Jewish congregations (Bet Aviv and Columbia Jewish Congregation), Columbia Baptist Fellowship, Columbia United Christian Church, and St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church (us!). 

The Meeting House is across the parking lot from the LA Mart and the Oakland Mills Village Center.

We celebrate Masses in the Room 200 complex.

5885 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia, MD 21045
410-964-1425
Floorplan

Livestream from OM Room 100 and OM Room 200


What is an Interfaith Center?

Interfaith centers are buildings that are home to congregations representing two or more religions. Columbia was built on a key principle that all faith traditions should share space and work together, and so five interfaith centers were created in the new town.

Within an interfaith center, each congregation retains those elements that distinguish it from any other, and commits to mutual respect, dialogue, cooperation, and joint activities. Because the vision and mission of these religious communities extend beyond the walls and physical structure of the buildings, we can also share the blessing of our space with the broader community.

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