Kittamaqundi Community is an independent, ecumenical Christian community that welcomes everyone, whoever you are and however you got here.
People of all races, ethnicities, political views, sexual orientation, religious and educational backgrounds and abilities are valued members of our community.

Oliver's Carriage House
5410 Leaf Treader Way, Columbia, MD

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Kittamaqundi Community Church
at historic Oliver's Carriage House

Rev. Heather Kirk-Davidoff, enabling minister


Sunday Worship Service: 10 am
Sunday School : 10-11:15 am


Everyone is welcome here!


Hear Heather's Sermons

Welcome to Kittamaqundi Community!

We are an independent, Christian community of about 125 people, worshiping, laughing, praying, crying and singing together in the heart of Columbia, Maryland.

Our community is just a couple of years younger than Columbia itself. Founded in 1969, KC began when members of the Church of the Savior in Washington, D.C. came to start a new kind of church in the new city that was being dreamed of in farmland between Baltimore and Washington.

We renovated a barn and started to worship in a way that invited a lot of community participation and creativity, and we built a church rooted in small groups, committed to supporting each other as we follow Christ’s call to discipleship.

We come from a variety of religious backgrounds - Catholic, Baptist, Lutheran, Unitarian, Christian Scientist and just about everything else. What pulls us together is our common commitment to ground our lives in a series of Christian practices - prayer, scripture study, worship, giving and small group fellowship, which deepen and renew our faith daily.

We also are committed to the outward expression of our faith - responding with compassion to those in need, offering hospitality, and living in reconciled community with each other and with God’s world. I hope you’ll come and meet us in person!

Yours sincerely,
Heather Kirk-Davidoff, Enabling Minister

((Heather is taking a sabbatical later this year. For more information, click here.))