Due to covid-19, Our Sunday worship services have moved online. You are invited to join us for  prayer, music and fellowship

Sundays Online at 11am and  Wednesdays Outdoors at 8:30am.

 

Send  your confidential prayer requests to  prayers@fairlingtonumc.org


If you wish to support our ongoing ministry to the critical needs of our neighbors click here


Fairlington UMC is a Reconciling Congregation with open hearts, open minds, and open doors. NO MATTER WHAT, you are welcome here as beloved child of God regardless of age, race, physical or mental ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, family structure, faith history, or life experience. 

What's Coming Up

  • outdoor Small Group communion services

    Wednesday, August 12 at  8:30am

    in the wilderness habitat next to the upper parking lot. 

    We are now approved to offer the sacrament of communion in a small group outdoor setting! Participants need to bring their own chairs and communion elements (bread and wine/grape juice). Everyone must wear masks RSVP's aren't necessary. The liturgies are available for download/printing here; everyone needs to check in on the Health Acknowledgement form here. 

    For more info contact Janine  Howard at

     janine@fairlingtonumc.org.  

  • NEW!! UPDATED Resources list

    click here!

    Resources to Address the COVID-19 Hunger & Eviction Crises

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    Food insecurity and COVID-19 related evictions necessitate immediate attention.

    We can make a difference in three ways: Advocate – Give - Volunteer.  Please disseminate this information as widely as possible.

     -- Assembled by FUMC's eviction action team

  • discussion Group

    Wednesdays in August 7:30-8:15 PM

    Ending Systemic Racism Fairlington UMW invites everyone to join us this month

    as we learn about breaking the cycle of systemic racism in our country so God’s

    light can shine upon all God’s children. Each week listen in advance to the

    indicated TED Talks Daily episode, then join us on Zoom to discuss on

    Wednesday evenings (7:30-8:15pm). Questions ? Contact Karlene Masters

    karlenemasters@hotmail.com. Zoom Meeting ID: 817-838-086; Password: 104636

    August 12 – The Path to Ending Systemic Racism in the US (Part 1) https://bit.ly/fumctedtalk

    August 19 – The Path to Ending Systemic Racism in the US (Part 2) https://bit.ly/fumcpod2

    August 26 – How to Deconstruct Racism, One Headline at a Time https://bit.ly/fumcpodcast3

  • Wednesdays at 10am

    The purpose of these sessions will be to give the children an opportunity to connect with one another and to learn about the Bible! .This series will take place over 6 weeks, and we will be focusing on the Creation story found in Genesis. While the series is connected thematically, you can still participate even if you can’t come every week. Your child will have a positive experience if they come to one or six sessions.

    We will tell jokes, check in with each other, sing music with Ms. Louise, and learn about God’s Creation from Pastor Christian and Ms. Tracy. We look forward to seeing you! Contact Pastor Christian White for the zoom coordinates. christian@fairlingtonumc.org


  • The Startling Results of our healthy church survey & discussion

    The Healthy Church Team's job is to prepare for when it is safe to return to worship in person at church. Their recent survey garnered over 130 responses and their past two listening sessions have been lively. 

    Check out the results in an informative presentation. Look at the survey results to get a sense of people's varied comfort levels with the prospect of reopening the church.  Both documents point to the progress we need to make for a variety of  worship experiences here at Fairlington.

    For more info, contact Andrew Hunter.

    andrewhunter129@outlook.com



  • Men's prayer group

    outdoors

    Wednesdays at 7:30am

    in the wilderness

    Next to the upper parking lot. As the church, we know that prayer will strengthen us in all that we do individually and as a community. 

    The meetings will last about half an hour and include a short opening reading, shared reflections and closing intercessory prayer. Time for socializing will be available afterward while leaving space, for those who so desire, to attend the 8:30 communion service in the wilderness habitat.

    Social distancing and use of masks are required. We are restricted to 15 men with RSVPs who have signed up ahead of time. Go to this link to sign up: https://bit.ly/fumcmen

    For more information contact Clint Stretch at clint.stretch@gmail.com


  • noontime online gathering

    Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 12pm. You are invited to gather online via zoom video conference. One of our pastors will lead a devotion, check-in with those gathered, and lead a prayer. It is easy to join. Click here to enter the video conference . To join via cell phone, dial

    301 715 8592 and enter the ID 648 841 4599.