1860 Beulah Road
Vienna, VA 22182
Sunday School and Worship hours through Labor Day are as follows:
The Daniel plan is a small group which meets to support one another on a healthy, biblical lifestyle plan. Five points to develop this healthy lifestyle by meeting together with friends under the direction of Karen Curtis, R.N., are: Faith (teaching from scripture), Food (healthy recipes), Fitness (Discover movement you enjoy), Focus (How to develop healthy habits) and Friends (the support of your church family). The group will meet on Sundays at 12:30 at the Antioch Christian Church located at 1860 Beulah Road in Vienna. For more information call Karen Curtis at 703-864-7205. There is no charge for the group.
Caffe Amouri at 107 Church Street in Vienna, VA, "Where coffee meets community" has an ongoing "Coffee for Coats" campaign to collect coats for a free cup of coffee to help those who need winter coats in our community. The first delivery of coats to the Lamb Center, our area homeless day center at Fairfax circle, received a delivery of coats from Amouri's. Michael Amouri stands near the first collection of 35 coats for people in our community. The second picture shows several volunteers at the Lamb center as they receive the coats. (delivery took place on January 21). The collection continues.
The Antioch Christian Church Chancel choir is beginning it's 2013-2014 season. If you love to sing, you are invited to join this choir that sings classical, spiritual and gospel numbers each week on Sundays at 11:00 a.m. and rehearses every Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m. For more information contact choir director John Holley at 703-255-2761.
9:30 AM - Bible Study for all ages
9:30 AM - Relaxed and informal worship
11:00 AM - Bible Study for all ages
11:00 AM - Classic and traditional worship
We hope your visit to this site will lead you to visit us in person.
Antioch Christian Church of Vienna, Virginia, is a welcoming community that dates back to 1903. A shared faith in Jesus Christ is the common thread that unites us as disciples. Stressing the centrality of the Bible in faith and the call for unity among Christian believers of all denominations, Antioch is an independent congregation affiliated with the Christian Church.
This ecumenical denomination was formed during the early 1800s on the American frontier. Its founders were Scottish Presbyterians who sought to be free from the sectarian divisions of Europe in the expression of their faith. They rejected the traditional creeds of the church as "tests of faith," claiming Christ alone as their creed and the Bible as their book. They founded a church for people who wanted to be Christians only, but not the only Christians.
In stressing unity, therefore, we do not expect uniformity. There is much diversity of thought among members. It is our shared faith that ties us together. At our weekly gathering for worship and communion, all Christians of every denomination are invited to participate and celebrate the life, death, resurrection, and continuing presence of the Christ. It is expected that members will find ways to witness for Christ and serve among the whole human family in the interest of love, peace, justice, mercy, and kindness.
We hope you will worship with us soon and experience the warmth and peace found at Antioch Christian Church.
Please use this site to access the information you need about Antioch and as a resource for broadening your faith. We look forward to hearing from you and answering any questions you might have.
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