Buckhall Church is a congregation that seeks to be a welcoming and loving place for all of God's children to call home. Whether you are a white-collar business executive, a blue-collar laborer, young or old, or anything in between, you are welcome here. We strive to live out the call of Jesus Christ to make disciples for the transformation of the world through worship, study, service, and fellowship.
Come however you are, just as you are, and we'll grow together in faith!
Buckhall Church was founded in the late 19th century as part of the Prince William Charge of the United Brethren In Christ. Our first sanctuary was completed in February 1906. Construction on the new basement meeting rooms was finished in 1944.
As part of the merger of the Evangelical United Brethren Church and the Methodist Church in 1968, Buckhall became a part of the United Methodist Church. The church became part of a two-point charge along with what was then Manassas UMC. Buckhall was chartered as a single charge in 1976 and received our first full-time pastor, Rev. Gary Hulme, in 1979. After outgrowing our old sanctuary, the congregation began worshiping in the newly built Fellowship Hall building in 1988.
Pastor Gary was followed by Rev. John Hull who served Buckhall from 1988-2011.
The church's new sanctuary was opened in 2007 under Rev. Hull's
leadership. Pastor John was followed by Rev. Linda Monroe who was
Buckhall's pastor from 2011-2020. The church's current pastor, Rev. Sean
Gundry, was appointed to serve Buckhall in July of 2020.