Welcome to Fairlington

We proclaim without reservation God’s unconditional love and grace, and affirm the dignity and worth of every person as created in the image of God.  We commit to extend Christ’s gospel hospitality, creating a place of safety and spiritual sanctuary for all people.  Therefore, this community of faith welcomes into membership, participation, and leadership all persons regardless of age, race, ethnicity, gender, family structure, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, economic background, political affiliation, physical or mental ability, faith history, or life experience.  We recognize among us differences in theology and biblical interpretation, and covenant to accept, respect, and love one another along our faith journeys.  As God loves us, so let us love one another.



ONLINE WORSHIP     ORDER OF WORSHIP     FIRST-TIME VISITORS




Join us for Sunday Worship at 

9 AM & 11 AM

  • Online Worship

    Join us on YouTube for online worship, live Sunday mornings at 11 AM. Or, watch worship on-demand anytime throughout the week. 


    YOUTUBE

  • Announcements & Orders of Worship

    Download weekly order of worship and announcements to follow along with online worship and stay up-to-date with everything happening at Fairlington. 


    9 AM ORDER OF WORSHIP 


    11 AM ORDER OF WORSHIP


    ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Advent Lessons & Carols

    Join us on Sunday, December 11th at 11 AM in the sanctuary for a festive service of Advent Lessons and Carols.  If you can’t make it in person, the service will be livestreamed as normal to the church YouTube page. 

  • Christmas at Fairlington

    Celebrate the season at Fairlington. Worship with us, each Sunday of Advent at 9 or 11 AM. 


    Christmas Eve: 5 & 10:45 PM

    Christmas Day: 11 AM

    New Year's Eve: 11 AM

  • ALIVE! Pop-Up

    FUMC is continuing our partnership with Alive! by hosting a monthly food distribution pop-up. Every 3rd Saturday of the month we need a team of 6-8 volunteers to hand out food to our neighbors. 


    DATE CHANGE: Pop-up food distributions will be changed to the 2nd Saturday of the month for  December (December 10th.)


    Sign up to volunteer: 

    SIGN UP HERE

  • Food Donations

    FUMC is continuing to collect much needed food. As we come out of the pandemic, food needs remain very high, especially among immigrant families in West End Alexandria. ALIVE! is emphasizing specific food items as well as giving by check or online giving. You may drop off items in the narthex – food is collected and delivered to ALIVE! each week. Thank you! 

  • Nuts, chocolates, and Dried fruit sale

    It’s time for Fairlington United Women in Faith’s Terri Lynn fundraiser! There is a huge variety of nuts, dried fruits, boxed chocolates and festive holiday tins filled to the brim with premium nuts. Terri Lynn superior products are delicious, great for holiday baking or gift-giving and most are healthy snacks! Shipping is FREE if you order $30 or more per delivery address. Order by December 3 for Christmas delivery and December 12 for New Year’s Eve delivery.


    CLICK HERE TO SHOP!

  • Ornament Sale

    The 2022 White House Historical Association Ornaments have arrived! This year’s ornament represents the cherished White House tradition of displaying a gingerbread house each holiday in the State Dining Room. Fairlington UWF is selling them for $24 each (for 1-9 ornaments) or $23 each if you purchase 10+ ornaments. Contact FairlingtonUMW@gmail.com to reserve your ornaments. We will confirm your order, the amount owed and arrange pick up or delivery. Your check payable to Fairlington United Methodist Women is due when your order is delivered. Proceeds from this fundraiser supports local and national non-profits impacting the lives of women, children and youth.

  • Bring Your Shopping Bags to Church!

    FUMC continues its collection of reusable bags in an effort to assist low income households because the new tax on plastic bags is one more hardship. If you have or can purchase reusable bags with sturdy handles that can safely hold about 20 pounds of groceries, please place them in the big box in the Narthex. There will be a sample bag attached to the box. For more information, contact Anne Wilson, wilsanne@gmail.com.