CONGRATULATIONS 2018 GRADUATES!
Ashley Lozano, Lake Braddock High School, Burke, VA. Honors: Civics Seal for Volunteer Hours and A/B Honor Roll all four quarters of her Senior year. She will be attending Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) for two years preparing for Bachelors’ degree in Psychiatry. She is the best friend of Tiana Clinkscales, Evelyn Evans’ granddaughter.
Kaitlin Martindale, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA with a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Minor in Spanish. She is the daughter of Carole and Tom Martindale, and Granddaughter of Organist Betty Hicks and the late Herb Hicks.
Kevin Allen Napper, Stonewall Jackson High School, Manassas, VA. He is the grandson of June Straub and the late Clair Straub. He will be attending Virginia Polytechnic Institute, in Blacksburg, VA.
Kayla Straub, Longwood University, Farmville, VA with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and a Minor in Psychology.
Kayla is the Granddaughter of June Straub and the late Clair Straub. She is the daughter of Michael and Angela Straub and will reside in Warrenton, VA.
Sturges, University of Southern California, Los
Angeles, CA. He is the Son of Dave and Jill Sturges. James will remain in
California as he continues a research project and discerns among job offers.
You are invited to join us this Sunday, June 24th
at 9:30 am for Bible Study, 10:55 am for Worship
and 12:15 pm for Agape Fellowship!
The Reverend Dr. J. Wayne Yawn will deliver the message.
Directions and times are below in blue.
Below are photos from the Beginning of Summer Cookout!
Please Remember, We Have Officially Designated our Facility at the Church in Annandale, Virginia, as
The United Baptist Church Mission Center
WE HAVE WEEKDAY SPACE AVAILABLE IN OUR CHURCH FACILITY AND VENUE IN ANNANDALE, VIRGINIA FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS THAT FILL HUMAN NEEDS.
Please contact the office AT 703.256.5900, M-F if you are interested in a TOUR!
Biblically, each church is a Mission Center—a facility in which the church (identified as each congregant) gathers to remember and celebrate the Biblical truth that each person is the church, in human body form, moving among persons “on the street” (as Jesus moved there) to meet persons’ human NEEDS as well as to spotlight each person meeting NEEDS through their job, volunteerism, neighboring and family!But because earlier congregants also envisioned church as a facility—not just persons—we have come to recognize that the same persons we meet daily “on the streets,” with whom individually we try to be “church,” can be invited inside God’s facility for activities that meet their NEEDS. Jesus himself prayed that we create “Life on earth as it is in Heaven.” So, the current and future group activities under the roof of our Mission Center Facility do try to do that which we are committing ourselves to do one-to-one every day “on the streets” where we live.
VISITORS INFORMATION ~ WELCOME!
Sunday Church Service in Annandale, Virginia
Bible Study (All Ages Welcome)
9:30 A.M. - 10:45 A.M.
Agape Love Fellowship
Our Vision: At our Church in Annandale, Virginia, we seek to develop an intentional relationship with God as in Jesus so that our lives demonstrate the transforming effect and supreme importance of such a relationship for us, our society, and our world.
- Conscious of Christ in every aspect of life;
- Disciplined to grow in Christ;
- Accountable ultimately to God as revealed in Christ;
- Committed to promote Christ in our church, society and world;
- Inclusive in building relationships the world over; and
- Intentional about calling others to join us in this mission.