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Weekly Covenant Now Meeting

Covenant Bible Study starting January 4, 2017 We meet in the Parsonage at 9:30AM to 11AM.  This session to last through March 1st.  Call or email Barbara Lawrence to reserve your participant guide.  703-628-5284 or lawb782620@aol.com. This in-depth study of the whole Bible emphasizes the biblical concept of covenant as a unifying pattern through all the…

Come and Check It Out – Mom’s LIFE Ministry every Thursday morning!

Mom’s L.I.F.E (Living in Faith Everyday) We are a Bible study and social group for mothers of all ages and stages of being or of having the desire to be a mother. We will work together as a sisterhood to uplift and encourage one another as we read and discern God’s will for us, as…

Sunday Worship Services

We have three services each Sunday*: 8:30 AM is a smaller, more intimate service, and we celebrate communion each week. Communion in the United Methodist Church is open to all. 9:45 AM is our vital contemporary service. More about that here. 11:00 AM is our larger service, which includes a children’s time (for children ages 3…

Sunday 11 AM Adult Study

11 AM on Sundays! It’s not just for church! If you attend our 9:45 contemporary service (or perhaps are just not a morning person…), this is the gathering time for you! Join us for coffee and conversation about the previous week’s Upper Room devotionals. Copies of these small booklets are free and available for pick…

Franconia Fly Youth Gatherings! (Click for details!)

All youth (ages 7th-12th grades) are invited to be part of the gatherings, whick occur on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Sundays! Yep we take the first Sunday off! Keep up to date on activities and offsite gatherings at the Franconia Fly FB page. Questions about the program can be directed to the DCYM.…

Ash Wednesday Worship Services

The first day of Lent. It marks the beginning of a period of reflection and penance. In the Bible, sprinkling oneself with ashes was traditionally a sign of one’s sorrow for having committed sins. In the Christian tradition, Ash Wednesday also marked the beginning of preparation for the understanding of the death and resurrection of…