This Advent we will be jumping into a sermon series entitled Emmanuel - which is the Hebrew word for "God with us." In this series, we'll be studying together all the ways that God has been with is, is with us, and will always be with us.
Join us for Advent worship at 10:00am in-person or online - if you'd like to jump into one of our adult studies for their advent series studies, you are more than welcome to join! Just contact the church office and we will find a group that works for you!
Un-Trim-A-Tree (Nov. 13th - Dec. 7th): We will be partnering with Volunteer
Prince William again this Advent to provide Christmas gifts to less-fortunate
children in our community. Tags are available in our lobby, or by emailing
Wreaths Across America - Dec. 17th | 12pm
Our annual tradition of hosting a Wreaths Across America event at the cemetery next door to the church continues in 2022. All are welcome to join us as we lay wreaths on graves here at Buckhall. If you'd like to purchase a wreath for the cemetery, or for a cemetery anywhere in the country, click here.
First Responder Appreciation: We will be collecting
cookies/baked goods at the church for our first responders in the area - stay tuned for drop-off info.
Collecting 2023 Calendars & Note Cards: We will be
collecting 2023 calendars and unused note cards for the residents of Birmingham
Green in Manassas. They can be dropped off in the lobby on the table next to the food donations.
Our Choir is proud and excited to present our annual Christmas Cantata on December 11th at 10am. The choir will be leading us in worship, and we'll also have a couple of congregational hymns, scripture readings, and a brief message from Pastor Sean. We hope that you will join us for the wonderful and meaningful worship experience.
We will celebrate Christmas Eve on Saturday, Dec. 24th at 7pm.
The Christmas Eve service will be family-friendly, and identical. They will feature scripture readings, hymns, special music from our choir, a message from Pastor Sean and will conclude with communion, candle lighting, and singing Silent Night.
We know that one of the things that many people desire most in the Christmas season is a sense of familiarity and comfort in their worship. It is Christmas Day, but it's also the Lord's Day (quite literally!) and we will gather to worship on Dec. 25th at our normal Sunday time of 10am.
This will be a casual worship service, so come just as you are on Christmas morning for this service - we'll have Christmas carols, a brief message, and cookies & hot chocolate after the service!