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Hours:

8:15 - 4:15 Monday - Thursday
8:15 - 1:00 Friday

323 South Fairfax Street
Alexandria, Virginia  22314-3716
Phone: 703-549-6670
Fax: 703-549-9425
Email: opmh@opmh.org

congregation_rocky3Welcome
Founded in 1772, the Old Presbyterian Meeting House is an historic and vibrant congregation in the heart of Old Town Alexandria. We are an inclusive, justice-seeking congregation of more than 1,000 members. We see ourselves as a community of people who have been called by God to worship, study, and serve together as a visible sign of what God intends for all of humanity.

Whether you are a life-long Presbyterian or just beginning to explore the Christian faith, we encourage you to learn more about us. There may well be something of interest to you here. If you are looking for a new church home, we hope you will visit us soon!

Rocky Laha, Pastor

 

Welcome our New Associate Pastor!

In July we welcome our new Associate Pastor, Rev. Katherine Stanford, to the Meeting House. Katherine will preach at the Meeting House on July 20. To learn more about her, please click here.


cookbook_graphicCulinary Compositions

The Meeting House is publishing a cookbook in time for holiday gift giving and we need your help. Send in your favorite recipes - the ones your friends request and your neighbors envy - by July 31 to ensure a November delivery. Pre-orders are also being accepted. Submit recipes online here.


War_of_1812sWar of 1812 Commemoration Features Burials
in Alexandria's Presbyterian Cemetery

Records indicate that some 48 members of the Meeting House congregation were veterans of the War of 1812. Nearly two-thirds are buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery. Scores more congregants who are interred here served in support of the American war effort as civilians—as members of Alexandria’s Common Council, Committee of Vigilance, and other capacities. To learn more, read our brochure, War of 1812--Burials at the Presbyterian Cemetery.

 

Members and friends of the Meeting House stepped up for projects that helped our partners in the community.
Old Presbyterian Meeting House 323 South Fairfax Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 703-549-6670