We are an inclusive, justice-seeking congregation in the heart of Old Town Alexandria.

Wherever you are on your journey of faith, you are welcome here.

Worship online with us!

Listen and participate in Sunday worship from your home or experience past worship services. We’re confident that we’ll continue to discover new ways of being the church in a time such as this.

In-person worship and all other events are temporarily suspended. Click here for more information.

Whether you are a lifelong Presbyterian or just beginning to explore Christian faith, you are welcome here.


Dismantling Racism & Social Justice Resources

As we continue to listen and learn, individually and collectively, here are some anti-racism resources you might find helpful.

This is a starting place, and certainly not a perfect or exhaustive list. We invite you to check our website often as we hope to continue curating these resources. We will also notify the community of upcoming opportunities to reflect, pray, volunteer, act, and contribute.

Meeting House Events

Featured Events

10:00 am - 11:00 am
Race and Christianity (Four-Sunday Series)

Location: Online via Zoom
Please join us as we try to understand how the legacy of racism, Christianity and white supremacy are connected and how we can become an ally to people of color.

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Midweek Connections: Principalities and Powers: A Theology of Social Structures

Location: Online via Zoom
Please join us midweek as we discuss how we can use our theological grammar and vocabulary to draw our political experience and our faith more closely together.

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Silent Movie Night—"Nosferatu"

Location: Online via Facebook Live; In-Person for Members and Guest Only
The Meeting House presents a screening the classic 1922 horror movie Nosferatu, accompanied by a live organ soundtrack by music director Dr. Steven Seigart.

10:00 am - 11:00 am
Race and Religion in the History of American Presbyterianism (Three-Sunday Series)

Location: Online via Zoom
This three-week series of talks is designed to shed light on some of the more important phases in the evolution of the thinking of American Presbyterians (both black and white) on race.

10:00 am - 11:00 am
Reformed Christianity (Three-Sunday Series [Title Forthcoming])

Location: Online via Zoom
Please join R. Bruce Douglass, former Director of the Reformed Institute of Washington, for a three-week discussion of Reformed Theology.


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