• Dear Fairlington Community:

    We are approaching the one year anniversary since our community last gathered for public worship.  It has been a challenging year for all of us—emotionally, physically, mentally, relationally, spiritually. Yet God has been with us as we’ve navigated new ways of connecting as a faith community. How have we found the strength to persevere in these daunting times? Well, the apostle Paul gives us an answer in his first letter to the church at Corinth.  I hope you will join us this Sunday as we continue our Lenten sermon series on suffering and God’s presence with us. 

    We are midway through the Lenten journey, so please mark your calendars and be mindful of the upcoming Holy Week and Easter worship opportunities: 

  • I hope you’ll take time to enjoy some outdoor activities with this weekend’s forecast.  I look forward to being with you on the Lord’s Day! 



    Holy  Week  and  Easter


    Holy Thursday (April 1st)   We hope to offer an early evening Communion Gathering in the Van Dorn Wilderness at 5:30pm, and a brief service of readings and music at 7:30pm.

    Good Friday (April 2nd) We will provide an outdoor Stations of the Cross experience from Noon until about 3:00pm.

    Easter Sunday (April 4) 

    • Sunrise Service in the Van Dorn Wilderness (time TBA)
    • Livestream Service from the Sanctuary at 11:00am. The Sanctuary service features a brass ensemble and special music. 

    Of  Special  Interest  to  our  Reconciling Congregation is the recent announcement about a further delay of General Conference. The Reconciling Ministries Network has released a statement. CLICK HERE. Our member who serves as a delegate to General Conference, Mark Elder, will be receiving information as details become available.