Our Journey on The Way- Room 110
The Christian faith is a journey- in this class, we walk the faith together, sharing God’s presence among us, struggling with the questions of faith arising from our journey, and gaining insights from one another.
Come As You Are!- Room 111
The challenges of family cannot be done alone- this group finds its bond in the gift of friendship and discusses the myriad ways we can share with our family and friends the love of God through who we are.
The Studio Group- Room 109
The Holy Bible is the story of God’s redemption of humanity through Jesus Christ. It is our main source of inspiration, direction, and connection to God and one another. The Studio Group is at its heart a class that studies God’s Word through reflection and discussion.
Find Your Own Way- For Parents- Room 114
Parenting is a great challenge in our lives, and all of us have a vision of what we want to offer our children. The vision for this group is to create a space for us to grow and learn as parents, and to have a space in our lives that is judgement free, confidential, and where we can have some fun together.
Relational Small Groups
A small group is an opportunity for individuals to grow in their faith and relationship with God by spending time with others engaged in conversation. The hope is that Christian friendship will develop and our love of God will grow. You spend time with others talking and hanging out! There is no curriculum, the group will choose what it will do. You might read a book together, or you might reflect on the sermon each week, or you might read scripture together. It is up to you and your group! Groups will start at certain times of year, but we will find a group for anybody who desires to join one. If you would like to join a small group, contact Rev. Christian White at firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Christian Formation Opportunities
Special one-time studies take place throughout the year on Sunday evenings, Wednesday mornings, and on other occasional days. These include one-time workshops, theological studies, faith development programs, Bible studies, retreats, worship experiences, and other formation events to help you on your journey of faith. For questions about current opportunities, contact Rev. Christian White at email@example.com or call 703-671-8557 ext. 106.
Our Volunteers: All programs for children and youth are led by trained, loving adults dedicated to sharing their faith with our children. These adults also agree to uphold our Child Protection Policy. Our Child Protection Policy is a comprehensive document outlining the directives in place for protecting our children. All volunteers are required to have a full Background Check completed by a third party. Fairlington UMC is also a participant in the Safe Sanctuaries program, the official child safety program of the United Methodist Church.
Welcome to our group! All men who attend Fairlington are invited to be part of the Methodist Men. FUMM strives to declare the centrality of Christ in every man's life, to promote the spiritual growth of men through effective discipleship, and to model the servant leadership of Christ in our daily lives. We resolve to make the FUMM activities varied and
focused on making a positive
impact on our Church and local community.
The Fairlington United Methodist Men's group also sponsors Cub Scout Pack 350 and the new Scout Troop 350. We invite you to learn more about the pack at http://pack350.mypack.us/.
2019 FUMM Leadership Team
President: Robert Earle
Vice President: Clint Janes
Communications Director: Alex Holder
Treasurer: Jerry Ruel
We are women from different backgrounds and professions brought together by a common spiritual connection and a desire to be in mission with women, children and youth. We work together to serve our community, develop leadership skills, and promote spiritual growth. All women at FUMC are welcome to participate and join our monthly events as we seek to be Faith, Hope and Love in Action. Contact our leadership team at FairlingtonUMW[at]gmail.com for more information:
President: Karlene Masters
Treasurer: Sandy Millard
Book Discussion: Carol Weldon
Crafts for Kids: Kathy Richards
UMCOR Kits: Marcy Lewis
Ornaments: Jade Winfree
Days for Girls: Laura Daub
AUGUST 2020 VIRTUAL ACTIVITIESWe meet every Wednesday evening at 7:30pm via Zoom to discuss a podcast. Listen to the podcasts prior to the meeting.
5 – Rallying Behind Racism: The Women of White Supremacy (segment 3)
12 - The Path to Ending Systemic Racism in the US (Part 1)
19 - The Path to Ending Systemic Racism in the US (Part 2)
26- How to Deconstruct Racism, One Headline at a TimeContact Karlene Masters for the podcast URLs, Zoom meeting ID and password.SEPTEMBER 2020 BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP20 – My Beloved World (Zoom, 1:00-3:00). Contact Carol Weldon for meeting details.
Monthly weekday trips bring adults together for a meal and to explore local and regional points of interest. Trips in 2018 have included the Lincoln Cottage, Lancaster Market, Greenspring Garden. For information about upcoming ATP outings contact Vicki Ratcliffe at firstname.lastname@example.org.