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. . . Walked Among Thousands of Christmas Lights at the

Sunday, December 7, 2003; Page C02

. . . walked among the hundreds of thousands of Christmas lights at "the Bishop's House" of the United House of Prayer for All People in Northwest Washington. In addition to life-size reindeer and a Nativity scene, there are 24 Christmas trees, representing states where the United House of Prayer has churches.


The Christmas lights are spectacular at the Bishop's House in Northwest. (Gerald Martineau -- The Washington Post)

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Bishop's House Christmas Display

The display is at North Portal Drive, west of 16th Street NW. The lights go on at 5 p.m. daily and go off by 10 weeknights and 11 p.m. weekends. The display goes dark after the first weekend in January.

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