Churches Participating in Manassas Ten Commandments Hike 2013
About CrossWay Fellowship Church:
Our Mission is “to build a growing community of biblical disciples. . .
· who experience God in His holiness, grace, and power;
· who are fully devoted to the Lord Jesus Christ;
· and who declare the gospel to all people by word and deed."
Since starting in a Manassas home in 1979, CrossWay's casual, friendly culture and contemporary worship style have encouraged people to live out their faith in every aspect of life. People are challenged in practical ways to enter into and renew their relationship and devotion to Jesus Christ. Whether you are exploring Christianity or have been part of God's family for many years, our goal is to be an active part of your spiritual journey.
We are an Evangelical Free Church belonging to an association of over 1,400 interdependent churches united to serve our Lord Jesus Christ. We are committed to working with each other as we seek to fulfill the Great Commission which Christ entrusted to His Church. CrossWay's congregational form of church government allows its members, Elder Board and pastoral staff to work together to determine the strategies, ministries, staffing, and facilities needed to fulfill our purpose.
About New Hope Christian Church:
New Hope Christian Church is simply a community of Christians patterned after the New Testament ideals taught by Jesus and His Apostles. We do not consider ourselves to be the only Christians, but we are Christians only, and we wear only the name of Christ.
We want to be like the exemplary church at Antioch which is described in the book of Acts, a church that had a missionary spirit and one that brought all kinds of people together under the name of Jesus Christ! We strive to be such a church, where anyone and everyone feels welcomed, and where the mission to take the Love of God to the Lost is taken very seriously.
As you look over Our Purpose and Our Core Values, we hope you will be inspired to become part of our community! You are welcome to worship the Lord with us anytime!
Glory to Jesus Christ! Glory forever!
Nativity of Our Lord Orthodox Church is a parish within the American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese and was established in 1993. In the seventeen years since our inception, we have grown from a few families and a small meeting place within a hotel, to over 70 families comprising of 16 different nationalities and 3 racial groups. Our pastor is the Rev. Fr. Nectarios Trevino, who along with his wife Pani Diane, provide spiritual guidance and a loving parish home to all of our families and visitors. We have an active Sunday School, Choir, Brotherhood and Sisterhood - all run by volunteers from our Parish Family.
What is the Orthodox Church? The Orthodox Church is Evangelical, but not Protestant. It is Orthodox, but not Jewish. It is Catholic, but not Roman. It isn't non-denominational -it is pre-denominational. It has believed, taught, preserved, defended and died for - the Faith of the Apostles since the day of Pentecost nearly 2000 years ago.
"Becoming a community of Christ followers"
In today's corporate culture, it's easy to overlook a mission statement as just words on a page. But at St. Thomas, when we say we are "Becoming a community of Christ followers" we are convicting ourselves and one another to look to the highest example ever established for humanity and make the words come alive!
It doesn't mean that we pretend to be ultra-holy, or just alike. In our community of imperfect believers, we work to celebrate each person's gifts and graces in the best way to glorify God. Sure it's a challenge. But nothing worthwhile is easy. And that is what being a Christian is all about: following Christ.
About Bethel Lutheran Church:
Vision: Called and sent to bear witness to God's creative, redeeming and sanctifying activity in the world, we serve Christ here, near and far.
Mission: Called, empowered and sent by the Holy Spirit to bear witness to God's creative, redeeming and sanctifying activity in the world, Bethel Evangelical Lutheran Church is committed to using our individual and congregational time, talents and treasure for the nurturing of God's kingdom here, near and far.
Core Values: The people of this congregation value worshipping God the Father, Son and Spirit through prayer, the Word and the sacraments.
All church information posted on this page is from the web-site of each individual church.