Pathway to Wholeness

April 27-29

Come be part of Pathway to Wholeness, a three-day retreat designed to bring you closer to experiencing the health and wholeness of body, heart, and mind that God intends for us.

Welcome to Spring!

We invite you to a spring full of teaching and worship. There are opportunities each Sunday and throughout the week. We've also highlighted several special services coming up.

Marriage Conference

May 11-12

Speakers: Tim Muehlhoff & Dr. Chris Grace. 

Seniors Spring Retreat

May 8-10

Our speaker is The Rev. Peter Frank. Music will be by Simon Dixon. We're going to Priest Field Pastoral Center, located 75 miles from the DC area, on Middleway Pike in the village of Middleway, between Inwood and Charles Town, WV.


July 16-20 • 1:30-4 p.m.

It's our Vacation Bible School for Preschool - Grade 5 children, and we're hosting it at 6565 Arlington Blvd for the very first time. That means it'll be on our new church campus. We can't wait! 


June 29-July 2

Rising 6-8 grade students, join us for an unforgettable time this summer. 

Spring Classes and Services


Authentic Manhood: The 33 Series
9-10:30 a.m. • Rm. 117
Teachers: Ken Pittman, Ray Chartier, and Jim Shirey
The Great Adventure video series and discussion will equip and challenge you to break free from the bondage of boredom and begin the great adventure that God has uniquely designed for you.

Resolving Everyday Conflict
Through May 20, 9 a.m. • Rm. 114
Teachers: Greg Strong, Rob Nielsen, and Martha Cooper
Approach conflicts and preserve relationships God’s way.  Jesus calls us all to be peacemakers.

Verse by Verse
9:30 a.m. • Rm. 118
Teacher: Richard Eldridge
An in-depth study that covers whole books of Scripture one verse at a time.

A Study of the Lord’s Prayer
May 6, 13, 20 & June 3, 9 a.m. • Rm. 116
Teacher: Robert Mackay
Let us learn how Jesus taught us to pray during this Easter Season. Come encounter great issues of faith through contemplation and discussion on The Lord’s Prayer. In 4 sessions, we will explore the primary question: How do Christians know and worship God?

Islam at our Doorstep
Now through May 20, 9 a.m. • Room 115
Teacher: Robert Watkin
Our area is home to roughly 400,000 Muslims and 75 mosques, including two of the largest mosque complexes in the country. Explore together who they are, what they believe, how God is at working among them, and how we can build effective bridges so they might know the love of Jesus Christ.

How to Pray for Your Family, Yourself and Others
Now through May 20, 11 a.m. • Rm. 115
Teachers: Lesley Hackman and others
Building a Lifestyle of Prayer: (1) Praying with Authority; (2) Praying Spiritual Protection; (3) Praying Powerfully with Scripture; (4) Praying for Porcupines; (5) Praying for the Nation.

In The Word: Matthew
11 a.m. • Rm. 117
Teachers: Dan Ayre, Rich Dean, and Joel Harris
Learn about Jesus through the accounts of the man formally known as Levi, the tax collector.  What is so unique about his Gospel written for a Jewish audience? 

Youth Group
5:45-8 p.m. • Ministry Center
Teachers: Youth staff
Grades 6-12, join us. Our hope is to reach students in our community, connect them with their peers and with godly adults, help them grow in their relationship with God, journey with them as they discover who they are, and show them how to honor God with their lives.


Psalms: Prayer Book of the Bible
Through May 14,  7-8:30 p.m. • Rm. 110
Teacher: Gregory Strong
The collection of psalms in the Bible constitutes one of the richest resources for corporate and individual faith and life for the people of God. They express a wide range of theological ideas, salvation history, and heartfelt emotions. At the intimate intersection of God and human existence, they convey God’s Word to us, and our words to God. We will read, study, discuss, and pray the entirety of the Book of Psalms.

Men’s Bible Study: Line by Line
7:30-9 p.m. • Ministry Center
Teacher: Gam Rose
Men meet weekly to read God’s word and study what it says line by line. We follow the Holy Spirit’s direction and contemplate a book of the Bible line by line, chapter by chapter.


Authentic Manhood: The 33 Series
6-7:30 a.m. • Rm. 106
Teacher: Ringo Lanzetti
The Great Adventure video series and discussion will equip and challenge you to break free from the bondage of boredom and begin the great adventure that God has designed for you.

Praying/Blessing Canvas
April 26, May 3, May 10, 7–9 p.m. • Rm. 106
Teacher: Patricia Brightwell
Be inspired by God’s Word while creating a Prayer–Blessing canvas! Join artist Patricia as she guides us step-by-step how to apply The Word of God to canvas. No creativity or artistic experience necessary! All necessary materials are provided (brushes, palette, paints, etc) and a 20 x 20 canvas. Cost for materials including 2 canvas: $40. Register here

Women’s Bible Study
9:30-11:45 a.m.• Ministry Center
Worship, fellowship, and teaching, followed by a small group Bible study and discussion. Currently studying 1 Peter: A Living Hope.

Babes with Babes Bible Study
9:30-11:45 a.m. • Ministry Center
Worship, fellowship, and teaching, followed by a small group Bible study and discussion. Currently studying A Praying Life by Paul Miller

Women’s Bible Study
7:15-9 p.m. • Ministry Center
Worship, fellowship, and teaching, followed by a small group Bible study and discussion. Currently studying The Power of God’s Names by Dr. Tony Evans


Senior Bible Class: Luke
10 a.m.- Noon • Ministry Center
Teacher: The Rev. Nicholas Lubelfeld
Verse by verse expository of Luke’s Gospel

Holy Communion Service
12-1 p.m. • Cranmer Chapel
This is a Eucharistic service. We invite you to join us in worship.

5-7:05 p.m. • Ministry Center
Through May 9 • Children 0-Grade 5
WOW fosters friendships, creativity, worship, and learning about Jesus in fun and exciting ways! This program is designed to encourage families to be together and to know other families in the church.


Now through May 19, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. • Learning Center
Teachers: Seasoned career coaches
Free program designed to re-energize job searches. Classes are interactive and focus on professional, personal, and spiritual issues related to career transition. Register now.

Special Services

We want to call your attention to several upcoming opportunities that are every month or special services that we invite you to attend.

May 10 • Ascension Day Service 
7:30-9 p.m. • Cranmer Chapel
Luke and Acts tell us that  Jesus appeared to many of his disciples during the 40 days following his resurrection, and then he ascended into the clouds. This time of Holy Communion reminds us that Jesus will return and his coming is near. It is also a reminder of his Holy Spirit at work in us and in the world to prepare for that triumphant day. 

May 13 and June 10 • Healing Prayer Service
7:30-9 p.m. • Cranmer Chapel
This service includes time for worship, a short sermon, testimonies, followed by an opportunity to receive individual prayer from trained prayer teams. (June 10 is generational healing.)

May 20 • Choral Evensong
5-6 p.m. • Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
Join our choir for an uplifting service of Choral Evensong including hymns, scripture, anthems, and chanted psalms and prayers. A great treasure of the Anglican tradition, Evensong is a peace-inducing service in which the 'song' of voices sounding together in harmony is heard at the 'evening' point between the active day and restful night, allowing worshippers a space for restful contemplation of God’s truth. Learn more