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The United Baptist Church

7100 Columbia Pike | Annandale, VA 22003

Ph: 703.256.5900 Hours: In person, by Appointment, M-F: 9 am-3 pm

UKRAINE HUMANITARIAN AID

Thank you for your efforts to support the Baptist General Association of Virginia’s efforts to support Ukranian Baptists to assist with humanitarian needs. Our members donated a total of $485.00 through UBC to the BGAV Ukraine Fund, channeled to Ukraine through the European Baptist Federation (EBF), of which Ukrainian Baptists are members; the moneys helped purchase food, hygiene items, medicine, blankets, and needed items for the internally displaced people (IDPs). Although our church emphasis is over, you may still give by credit card by going online to https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/bgav. Be sure to specify Ukraine Aid on the drop-down menu.

As the Missions Committee considers other ways we can help, our Missions partner, Baptist World Alliance, is very involved through Baptist World Aid, collaborating with Cooperative Baptist Fellowship to work through NGO’s and other denominations both on the ground in Ukraine and in Eastern Europe. Most churches in areas of heavy fighting have been destroyed, so the leaders share these prayer points: pray for a just peace; for separated families; and for strength, endurance, wisdom, and courage. You may watch Dr. Elijah Brown’s video on www.baptistworld.org. Another partner of Baptist Groups fighting for Religious Liberty especially in Ukraine is 21Wilberforce Freedom Center, founded by John Leland Center’s first president, Randall Everett. If you want more information, please go to https://21wfreedom.center/ukraine-spotlight

The Vision Newsletter

To learn a little more about us and to view our monthly newsletter, The Vision, please click here 

for 5/3/22 Issue.

(private prayer requests have been omitted; call the office for electronic list)


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Please join us this Sunday at 11:00 am in the Sanctuary for  Worship, Hymns, Scripture, Message, and Prayer. Masks are now optional & provided. 

Updated 03/20/22 - Attention! Guidelines!

Masks are now OPTIONAL in the building. New variants are highly transmissible whether vaccinated or unvaccinated. We make every effort to keep you as safe as possible, 

so we have certain requirements:


1. Masks are optional based upon your preference and health needs.

2. If you are sick, have a cold, or have any COVID-19 or variant symptoms, please stay at home, and give us a call for prayer and ministry.

3. Please continue to use Hand Sanitizer provided, wash hands for 20 seconds more frequently, and cover coughs or sneezes for the health of all.


Our Worship time is 11:00 am in the Sanctuary! Doors close at 11:10.

Bible Study (Sunday School) begins at 9:30 am in the Fellowship Hall.


What else should I expect?

* Masks (& gloves) are still available. Hand Sanitizer Stations are at entry and exit.

* Use discretion when loading the elevator: no more than 3 at a time preferred. Please plan extra waiting time after arrival.

* A friendly group goes out to lunch at a local restaurant.

* Disposable Communion cups/wafers are being used. They are available for you to pick up upon entry 1st Sunday of each month.

* A regular offering tray (on the white column) is inside Sanctuary; please place your envelopes, checks or cash contributions there. We will continue this process indefinitely. A Benevolence Tray on the entry table to serve others in need.

* Pick up your bulletin as you enter through middle or back entrance doors.

* The staff cleans and sanitizes the church; bathrooms, door knobs and railings are cleaned by volunteers before and after service, but we need helpers!

* Our congregational small size, large Sanctuary, your cooperation, and filtration, means that our building, with outdoor fresh air intake vents, is safe to gather. Doors and windows are opened periodically to increase fresh air exchanges.


Please choose wisely based on your health, your risk factors and wisdom.

We are praying with/for you!

Sunday Church Services in Annandale, Virginia are ongoing in person each week. Masks are OPTIONAL. 

Sunday, May 8th 11:00 am is our next  In-Person worship service. If you have symptoms, a health condition or are in a high risk category, please stay home a little longer.

Thank you!

Worship Regathering

11:00 am, Sundays, Sanctuary

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.


Our Mission: Our mission is to reflect Christ's attitudes and behaviors by being:

  • 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.