UMM Pancake Breakfast
Saturday, Feb. 13 from 8-10.am. Cost is your donation used to support the Lamb Center.
Lenten Bible Study
John: The Gospel of Light begins Thursday, February 11 at either 1:00pm or at 7pm. Choose one.
Love God, Build Disciples, Connect Believers, Serve Neighbors
Fairfax United Methodist Church | 10300 Stratford Avenue, Fairfax, Virginia 22030 | 703-591-3120 church office
Any and all are welcome. One thing we encourage all visitors to do first, is to come to a worship experience on Sunday morning. We offer three services:
A Service of Word and Communion
Open Doors Modern Service
When you come, there are parking spaces for visitors near the front of the parking lot closest to the church. Read More…
Sunday mornings and bad weather
Rev. Bonney plans to be at church on Sunday mornings to officiate at worship, even in bad weather. The close location of the parsonage makes this possible. The format and order of worship will depend on staff and volunteers available; however, people and groups (Sunday School, musical groups, etc.) need to make their own assessment about traveling to church during bad weather. “If you feel in doubt, don’t go out.”
Just a reminder of our weather related closing for events other than our worship schedule—Fairfax Church follows Fairfax County Schools decision when day and evening events are cancelled in schools, all activities at church are cancelled.
Please check our website and phone system for announcements of changes.
We seek to live into our mission by carrying out a vision of who we are, a community that loves God, builds disciples, connects believers, and serves neighbors.
Through our worship experiences, bible studies, musical offerings, fellowship events and missions, we seek to connect not only with those gathered here on Sunday mornings but with the community beyond our building. Ultimately we hope our mission and vision is grounded in the truth of the Gospel and the mission of the United Methodist Church, which is…
“to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.”
Lent begins this week on Ash Wednesday, February 10. This is a special time to remember the gift that God gave us through Jesus Christ. Many people intentionally “give up” something as a sacrifice during Lent. Another way to be thankful for this blessing is to intentionally “do something” very positive during Lent. We have created the 40-day Lenten Challenge for families to use during the 40 days of Lent. Copies of the 40-day Challenge are available in the Resource Room, the Fellowship Hall during Fellowship Time and the Narthex. Pick up a copy for your family and just do it!
Come and see all that God is doing at Fairfax UMC!
Jim Conklin, Jr.