Sunday Schedule

services are at 8:32 and 11 a.m.

The 8:32 worship is contemporary, while 11 a.m. is more traditional. On special occasions, the service schedule may vary. This is rare and will be listed in the Current Events section below the image grid of the front page.

sunday school is from 9:45 - 10:45 a.m., main campus

Visit the Children's Ministries, youth's The Grid, and adult's Academy of Discipleship pages for details about classes.

Locations

Main campus

6935 Columbia Pike, Annandale, VA 22003
Call us at 703-256-8330 or email office@annandale-umc.org.
Fax 703-914-8896.
Office hours are weekdays, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

AUMC Mission center

7901 Heritage Drive, Annandale, VA 22003

With a wide variety of Adult Sunday School classes and small groups, there's a place for everyone to study at Annandale United Methodist. For more details, contact Rev. Chenda Lee, CLee@annandale-umc.org or 703-256-8330.

All classes unless otherwise specified take place at 9:45 a.m. at the AUMC main campus (6935 Columbia Pike). On single-service Sundays, which will be announced on the home page, Sunday School is at 9:30 a.m. at the main campus.

Bible Fellowship, Room 210, Jerry Beyer
This class engages in comprehensive study of scripture to incorporate Biblical truths into daily life. This Spring, the class will continue its study of the 12 minor prophets, beginning with Hosea, Joel and Amos.

Brownies with Brown, Room 212C, Rev. Dr. Clarence Brown, Jr.
Especially for new members and those considering joining the church, this class is a time of exploration and discernment of what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ at Annandale UMC. Topics include Wesleyan Theology, United Methodism 101, Stewardship, and Spiritual Gifts. Check the bulletin for meeting dates.

Faith in Life, Room 303, Harry Day                
This is a dynamic group of individuals who learn from each other and grow spiritually by exploring faith issues of everyday life. This fall, the class will continue its study of Vanishing Grace by Philip Yancey. The book explores the irony that while favorable opinions about Christianity are dropping, interest in spirituality is rising. Yancey proposes that a renewed emphasis on grace can allow Christianity to thrive in an increasingly post-Christian culture.

Immanuel, Room 300, Janet Woods 
In January this class will begin an interactive six-week DVD-based study, Africa and the Bible: The Earliest Root of the Faith. This study will journey along the Nile River through Egypt and Sudan. The class will participate in the church-wide Lenten study, The Anatomy of Peace. After Lent, the class will focus its attention on Peter and Paul, focusing on Paul’s journey and his relationship to Peter.

In His Steps, Room 302, Bill Iwig   
In January, this class will conclude its study of This We Believe: The Core of Wesleyan Faith and Practice by retired United Methodist Bishop William Willimon. The class will participate in the church-wide Lenten study, The Anatomy of Peace, and then start a new study on a topic to be determined after Easter. All are cordially invited to participate in a time of learning and fellowship.

Issues in Christianity, Room 307, Kevin Sabo
The class will study the Lives of Great Christians. This 24-week class will study the life and times of everyone from St. Paul, the early Martyrs, Thomas More, to Martin Luther King, Jr.. Along the way, we will explore historic church Mothers, the adoption of Christianity by the Roman Empire, the reform of the holy Catholic Church, and the development of Liberation Theology.

 

Parents and Promises, Room 305                
While parenting children is profoundly satisfying, it is also challenging and perplexing. This class provides a supportive Christian community of parents for sharing and learning together about nurturing a family. Classes are a mix of fellowship, study, presentations, and conversation. This fall, the class will study Sticky Faith: Everyday Ideas to Build Lasting Faith in Your Kids by Kara Powell and Chap Clarke, a great resource for developing kids with a deep, dynamic faith that "sticks" long term.

Williams Bible Class, Room 118, Ramona Thompson
The Williams Bible Class is the oldest class at Annandale. Recently, it has evolved into a women’s group with scripture study and informal discussion. This fall, the class will survey the New Testament.

Women in Search of Truth, Room 306,  Tracy Carney and Brenda Poole
This fall, the class will study To Live is Christ: The Life and Ministry of Paul by Beth Moore. Join a journey into the life of Paul, the Apostle to the Gentiles, who served faithfully and loved heartily. As you study the Book of Acts and the Letters of Paul, you will be challenged to follow Paul's example just as he followed the example of Christ. The study will include video lectures, workbooks, and discussion on how God speaks to us through Paul’s ministry.  All women are welcome!

Women of the Day, Parlor, Judy Hampton/Julie Montgomery 
The class will begin with Risen, a four-week DVD study of Clavius, member of a Roman military tribune who arrives at a crossroad when he's tasked to investigate the mystery of what happened to Jesus following the Crucifixion. His quest to disprove rumors of a risen Messiah makes him question his own beliefs. Through his journey, Clavius discovers the truth that he's been seeking.

Young Adult Sunday School, 2nd/4th Sundays, 12:30 p.m., 
Rev. Peter Kwon    
Young adults (under 40) are invited to join us after church to talk and enjoy some good food!  We meet at a different restaurant each time, so contact Peter for details at PKwon@annandale-umc.org.

Falls Church Home Group, Sundays, 5 p.m.
Scott and Amanda Taggart,  staggart1@hotmail.com
Our home group seeks to experience God through scripture reading, prayer, fellowship, and the breaking of bread, and to equip the saints for the work of ministry. Join us for dinner and Christian community. Children are welcome.

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The banner and thumbnail photo for this page shows the back of the main AUMC church, and was taken by Mary Pat Abraham in the summer of 2013.