Burke Presbyterian Church will host the Fairfax Hypothermia Prevention Program (operated by FACETS) for a week in February, providing food and shelter for 25 to 35 unhoused people. We’re going to need many volunteers, including greeters, meal preparers/servers, and mat cleaners. If you’d like to help, please contact Mara Ashby or Marcy Stennes via the church office, at 703-764-0456 or office@BurkePresChurch.org.
We gather on Sunday mornings on Zoom to read and discuss the sermon text for morning worship. Look for the Zoom link in Friday’s email. If you’re interested in an “in person” version of Sunday Morning Scriptures, please check our weekly emails for adult Sunday School offerings, which often include an additional session of Sunday Morning Scriptures from 10:15-11:00am. If you’d like to start receiving emails from BPC, you can fill out this form or get in touch with the…
Join us for worship at 9:00 or 11:15am, and for Sunday School at 10:15 am.
All 7th through 12th grade students are warmly invited to BPC’s youth choir, IMPACT (Inspiring Music & Praise Acclaiming Christ Together). Friends and new members are always welcome! IMPACT rehearses on Sundays from 4:00 to 5:15pm and leads in worship on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month. In June, the choir travels by bus on a tour of music and mission. For more information, please get in touch with Director of Music Ministries Julianne Erbrecht by email (music@BurkePresChurch.org)…
Youth Connections happens most Sunday afternoons from 5:30 to 7:30pm. It’s a time of fun and connection, when we hang with friends, play a game or two, and eat together. We also have conversations about faith and life in a small groups and try out spiritual practices. All 7th through 12th grade students are warmly invited! Friends and new members are always welcome! For more information, please contact the church office by email (at office@BurkePresChurch.org) or by phone (703-764-0456).
This intergenerational group meets one Monday night most months to share prayer concerns, study scripture, and develop and deepen friendships. The group, which meets in person with an option to join via Zoom, uses the Presbyterian Women’s annual Bible Study. There’s generally no meeting in July, August, or December. For more information, please contact the church office at 703-764-0456 or office@BurkePresChurch.org.
This study group selects a book of the Bible, and then they read and discuss it a few verses or a chapter at a time. Space for silence is welcome, and there is no deadline to finish. Also, no prerequisites, and no homework! They meet most Tuesday mornings from 10:00 to 11:00am, in the BPC Library and on Zoom. All are welcome! For more information, contact Sherrie Brady via the church office (703-764-0456 or office@BurkePresChurch.org).
This multi-generational group meets twice a month during the school year on Wednesday mornings for prayer, Bible study and fellowship. Some of us gather early at 10:00am for set up and fellowship; Bible study begins at 10:30am and concludes at noon. All are welcome! For more information, contact Sheila Swenson via the church office (703-764-0456 or office@BurkePresChurch.org).
Rainbow is a mid-week program of fellowship and activities for children in kindergarten through grade 6. We gather most Wednesdays, October through April, for recreation/creative arts, music (children’s choirs), and a family-style meal. Through it all, and superseding any specific content, we seek to put into practice what it is to be the church and to treat one another as children of God. For more information about Rainbow or any of our children’s programs, please get in touch with Director…
An Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) group meets at BPC on Thursdays from 8:30 to 9:30 pm. To access the meeting room, enter the building through a single side door, just around the corner from the main entrance. Walk straight through a large room (the main entrance doors will be on your left) to the East Wing classrooms. The group meets in a double room, E4/E5. For more information, visit the group’s meeting page on the Virginia Alcoholics Anonymous website.