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

"Prophecies and Pottery: Journey with Jeremiah"

Heartache, displacement, violence, helplessness ... human stories include them all. Our faith story invites us to deal openly and honestly with these things, helping us to remember the presence of God even in the midst of such as the prophet Jeremiah did. Jeremiah lived through a time of exile--heartache, displacement, violence, and hopelessness--and yet he told the stories of God as the Potter who can reshape and remake us through these very experiences, making us vessels of living water ready for a future with hope.

Worship at the church, every Sunday at 11:00 a.m.


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  • Sep 15, 2019
    The Big Idea: “Jeremiah was a prophet…” that’s how the first line of that Three Dog Night song started, but the rest of the band didn’t like it. So Jeremiah became a bullfrog in the nonsensical song that became a hit in the 1970’s. However, that first line wasn’t so random. Bullfrog groups are called “choruses” because of their loud croaking. And prophets are called to be a mouthpiece, speaking up and speaking out in order to bring awareness to life lived without careful consideration of the consequences of our actions. How are we called to be prophets in the places where our messages are not heard or appreciated?

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  11:00 am Worship Service

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