3110 Chichester Lane, Fairfax, VA 22031 • Sundays at 9:30 & 10:45 am

Small Groups

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Great Chapters of the Bible: Romans 8; Ephesians 1; John 15

Fridays at 7:00pm, Fairfax area.
Facilitators: Karen Sauer and Brian Mark
Hosts: Althea and Paul Bryson
Children Welcome

This group will study Romans 8, Ephesians 1 and John 15.  The study will be taught each week through DVD by Tom Holladay.  Tom is a pastor and gifted Bible teacher who combines biblical teaching with practical application. 

The Ten Commandments

Fridays at 7:30, Vienna area
Facilitator: Wendy McMillian
Hosts: Jeff and Ellie Bechtle
Children Welcome

In this creative video teaching series participants follow the lives of five different drivers, each one living out one of God's Commandments on the streets of the City of Angeles. Through the characters lives you will see the Ten Commandments are more than just a list of restrictions ... they are a road to a better life!

Resurrection Now: Delighting in our Salvation

Fridays at 7:00pm in the Fairfax area
Facilitator: Melissa Bowhay
Host: Brenda Ureke
Children Welcome

It’s possible that some of us have a rigid, static view of God and faith. It’s even more probable that each and every one of us go through periods of static faith, of solidifying a very moving God. Through this video series featuring Father Richard Rohr, we will explore how God is reminding us we live in resurrection now, that we are enjoined to God’s eternity now, that we are made to co-create from our divine entanglement with the Christ mystery the goodness, beauty, and delight of a life with God. Rohr spends a good portion of these films encouraging spiritual practices of contemplation as means of discovery and transformation, and so there will also be resources for us to use (on our own during the week) to participate in some ancient ways of contemplative spiritual practice.