I’m delighted that you’re visiting our website and look forward to meeting you face-to-face. We are a little church with a big mission: to bless others as we have been blessed. [Genesis 12:2]. We’re tightly connected with the neighborhood of North Arlington, but we have a global outreach. When you visit the campus at 2666 North Military Road, you’ll notice that we care about the neighborhood, Arlington County, the National Capital region, the world…and YOU!

If you’re new here, we’d like to let you know what to expect.Pastor Beth Goss

The Heart of the Matter

Now we're living at a time of great challenge, being asked to make changes to our lives for the sake of others. Medical people on the front lines are sacrificing their own lives for the sake of others, as are all other essential workers--trash haulers, grocery and food workers, public safety workers. At this time of Covid-19, followers of Jesus Christ are called to 'keep the main thing the main thing.' The heart of the matter is love:we are called to love one another as Jesus has loved us. The church is still gathering on Sundays at 11am, and at other times too. [See the calendar to the right.] In this series of weeks until Pentecost, May 31, the church will gather to be reminded of the great love of God in Jesus Christ, who came into the world, right into the heart of human need, to remind us all that we are loved beyond what we can even imaging.
Stay well and safe.

LISTEN TO A PRIOR SERMON

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  • May 24, 2020
    The Big Idea: The story of the last time the disciples saw Jesus is a story of blessing. Jesus says that his disciples will be witnesses to his presence and resurrection, and that they too will be filled with power to carry on his ministry. They will be his hands and feet in the world and will see the world with love. To see the world through the eyes of Jesus is to see through the eyes of love.

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