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Fairlington United Methodist Church

No Matter Who You Are, You Are Welcome Here!


Fairlington UMC is a

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



How to Find us

3900 King Street  Alexandria, VA 22302

What's Coming Up


  • JANUARY SERMON SERIES

    Sundays in January beginning the 12th @ 9:30 & 11am

    Have you ever wondered, what does baptism mean to me? Come explore that question and more during worship.


  • Wednesdays Morning Bible Study

    Wednesdays at 10:30am in Room 109 Using Biblical scholar Walter Brueggemann’s From Judgment to Hope: A Study of the Prophets, we explore what the prophets’ messages of hope mean for us. Facilitator: Anne Wilson. Let christian@fairlingtonumc.org know if you plan to attend.

     

  • Pastry with a Pastor

    Thursday mornings from 9-11am at Alexandria Pastry in Bradlee Center

    Grab a coffee or tea and chat with one of our pastors. Got questions? Concerns? Just want to socialize?  Come on over!

  • Young adult study

    Begins Sunday January 26 from 5-7pm in Room 109. Course continues Every other Sunday through March.

    Everyone in their 20s and 30s is invited to explore the Gnostic Gospels, Books that Didn't Make it Into the New Testament and Why? We will have dinner and then discuss together. Childcare is provided!

  • ITALian cuisine Night Fundraiser

    Saturday, Feb. 8 - Seating at 5:30 & 6pm

    RSVP <christian@fairlingtonumc.org>

    Let our youth serve you & entertain you! Funds help pay for their summer mission trips.   $10 for Adults; $30 for families Children under 4 eat free!!

  • Annual interfaith Dinner

    Tuesday February 11 from 6-9pm

    at Beth El Hebrew Congregation, 3830 Seminary Road in Alexandria

    Our 62nd Dinner with Beth El, 

    Topic: "Jesus and the Messiah: Perspectives of the United Methodist Church and Reform Judaism"

    Speakers: Pastor Janine Howard & Rabbi David Sprinrad

    Cost: $15

    You MUST RSVP by Noon Feb. 6. Email Ron Sturman <rgsturman@msn.com>