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Johrei Fellowship
6 Grant Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912

On the second level of 6 Grant Avenue, up a flight of stairs to the rear of the building, the non-profit JohreiMore Fellowship is found, an organization whose members are united by a common goal: to combat disease, poverty and conflict.

Johrei Fellowship offices feature a common area with coffee, in-house resources, informational bulletin board, sign-in sheet and healing floral arrangement. To the left is the sanctuary with a picture of the founder of Johrei.

The Fellowship also offers floral arrangement classes. Call to arrange an appointment with a member to meet and discuss spiritual paths.

Liberty Gas Station
7224 Carroll Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912

Previously known as Tacoma Junction Citgo, Liberty Gas station is located on the corner of Carrol and Grant Avenue.More It is on the same site as RS Automotive and features a handicap-accessible gas pumps.



National Financial Consultants
6503 Poplar Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912
National Financial Consultants is a financial institution that services clients in Takoma Park and the surroundingMore areas. It specializes in granting home loans, including adjustable rate mortages and non-conforming loans. Call the number provided for more information or to make an appointment.
Universal Designers & Consultants
6 Grant Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912
Universal Designers & Consultants is a world-leading team of experts providing design consulting services toMore individuals and businesses. Universal Designers & Consultants provides residential design so that customers can live comfortably in their space. It also provides accessibility consulting services for businesses that comply with different regulations, in addition to other consulting services for hotels, office buildings, hospitals, churches, industrial plants and theaters.
Blair Mansion Restaurant
7711 Eastern Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912
Walking into to this mansion, which has weathered well over 200 years, can transport you to a time where largeMore verandas hosted social parties among the elite. The mansion turned restaurant was part of an estate granted by King Charles II. Now, it houses weekend dinner theater and serves plates of pan roasted citrus salmon, homemade lasagna and grilled portabello sandwiches. Dine in the open air or in one of the seven cozy dining areas.
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