Embracing God’s Future

This past Sunday, we kicked off the Embracing God’s Future campaign with a special worship service that featured our former associate pastor, Rev. Tim Tate.  As of November 17, we have raised $723,280 in pledges from 37 contributors.  Thank you for the tremendous support thus far!  To schedule a campaign

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Hanging of the Greens

Come help decorate the church for Christmas! We will be getting the church decked out for the Advent Festivities, singing along to Christmas Carols while we work on Sunday, November 26, 4:30-6:00PM.  Then we will enjoy a Potluck dinner when the work is complete , with dinner at 6:00 PM.  The church will provide the

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Angel Tree

The Angel Tree will be on display in the Narthex starting Sunday, November 19. Some tags can be taken from the tree, while others need to be checked out.  You can check them out on Sunday morning in the Narthex or by stopping by the church office during business hours.

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Operation Christmas Child

On Sunday, November 12, our JUMP children’s ministry packed approximately 250 shoe boxes with Christmas gifts for children around the world who would otherwise not receive any. Thank you kids, and thank you to all in the congregation who donated items for the boxes! Special thanks also to the children

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UMW Bazaar & Craft Fair 2017

Centreville United Methodist Women held its annual Holiday Bazaar and Craft Fair on November 4 and earned about $11,800 for the following missions: Western Fairfax Christian Ministries You Feed Others (UFO) Wesley Housing Development Corp. UMCOR All God’s Children Camp Henry Fork Service Center United Methodist Family Services (Leland House)

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Pancake Breakfast and Mission Fair

Mission Sunday and Pancake Breakfast Thank you to all who participated in the Pancake Breakfast and Mission Fair! The United Methodist Men raised $1179 to support the holiday food basket program, and many of our mission ministries were on display throughout the morning.   1 2 3 4 5 6

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