ARLINGTON, Va. (ABP) — After two years of wandering during construction, a Washington, D.C.,-area Baptist congregation returned March 4 to the site where it was organized more than a century ago in a new facility designed both for outreach to a busy urban community and to reinvigorate a congregation formerly in decline.Rising above the original First Baptist Church of Clarendon building in Arlington, Va., is a 10-story structure topped by condominiums, most of them designated as affordable housing.