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Senior Law Day - 3 Friday mornings in June! Join me!!

Senior Services of Alexandria and the Alexandria Bar Association are co-hosting this year’s Senior Law Day via Zoom. This annual event brings experts from the legal, financial and healthcare fields to talk about the importance of planning as we age. This couldn’t be more important during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The event will take place over three Friday mornings, June 4, 11 and 19 from 10 to 11 am via Zoom. Presentations include: Lessons Learned – hear from Goodwin House, a continuing care community and Inova Alexandria Hospital about “lessons learned” from the COVID-19 pandemic; Housing Options and Technology Tools for older adults; and a discussion about changes in certain laws around housing, bankruptcies and personal injuries. There will also be a session on what legal documents we should have in place and what we should consider in the aftermath of COVID-19. Other panelists include members of the Alexandria legal community, Legal Services of Northern Virginia and local elder care experts. The event is open to the public and free! Here is a link to a recent Zebra Newspaper article and a link to register. Click on SSA in the Zebra - May 2021!
Spread the Word: Vaccination Appointments Available!!

Inova is now vaccinating everyone age 16 and older at our Stonebridge Vaccination Center in Alexandria. If you or someone you know is in need of a first or second dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, you are now able to schedule an appointment directly with Inova using MyChart.

Schedule an appointment at the Stonebridge Vaccination Center in Alexandria today!


https://vaccineappointments.virginia.gov/reg/1322959604

Alexandria Health Department has received a last minute shipment of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, and we need your help getting doses to the community. The vaccines will be administered at George Washington Middle School (1005 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Alexandria, VA 22301) between 1:00PM and 3:00PM tomorrow, April 25.

If anyone is not able to make it or if all the appointments have been filled, we encourage them to pre-register, so we can notify them for future appointments.
Dear Fairlington Framily,

Good news seems few and far in between during these days of pandemic living. Yet, amidst the uncertainty of these times, God shows up in unexpected ways to uplift our spirit and infuse our lives with joy! Such is the case for my family.

My daughters and I are delighted to share with you the below press release from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary (PTS), a Presbyterian school in Pittsburgh, PA. Our beloved, the Rev. Dr. Asa J. Lee, has been approved by the seminary’s board to become its next president, effective June 7, 2021. This appointment makes Asa the first African American and non-Presbyterian to serve in this capacity, since the school’s founding in 1794. We are extremely proud of Asa and are honored by the seminary’s decision. We know his collaborative and innovative leadership will benefit not only PTS but it will also shape the future of theological education in this nation and the world.

Additionally, we are saddened by the realization that this appointment requires our family to relocate to Pittsburgh, thus shortening my time as one of your pastors. I grieve with you this sudden departure, particularly the loss of engaging in rituals and traditions integral to our communal life together. While the circumstances have not been ideal to foster intimacy, I am grateful for the time we have shared since my arrival among you. Albeit virtual, I have seen the powerful work and the fruits of God’s Spirit among us. In this short time together, we have been challenged to dive deeper in our faith and discipleship, and for that I am grateful!

Our family looks forward with anticipation for what lies ahead. There are many moving parts to navigate during the remainder of my time with you, so I covet your prayers, especially for our girls, in the days ahead. May God’s Spirit overshadow and comfort us all in this time of transition.

Holy Week Blessings,
Chenda

Read the press release here: https://www.pts.edu/Asa_Lee_President

From Your Clergy:
We celebrate the good news Pastor Chenda and Asa have shared with us today. We extend blessings as they embark on a new adventure!
Please join us in prayers of support and love for them, even as you wonder what lies ahead for Fairlington UMC. Please be assured that we are prepared to address a change in pastoral leadership. Your Staff-Pastor Parish Committee (SPRC) is meeting this week and will work with our District Superintendent to secure an appointment for the Associate Pastor position. We will provide information as it becomes available to us.
Holy Week Blessings,
Your FUMC Clergy Team
Days of Service and Prayer: We can participate in meaningful action, even from home. Please sign up for our virtual Prayer Vigil (see above) for peaceful transitions and for our country. A good resource is the classic prayer (attributed to Francis of Assisi).

For those who have asked how to make donations to send pizzas to National Guard troops guarding D.C. here is the link: https://donorbox.org/we-the-pizza-we-the-troops-1

Safety measures are taking a toll on businesses and individuals that usually bring in revenue during inaugurations. So this (or other similar donations is an act of kindness for the people who are watching over the city, while supporting local business.
COVID-19 Vaccine Information

As of January 14, all those 65+ and 16-64 with preexisting conditions can pre-register for the Vaccine. Click on: https://redcap.vdh.virginia.gov/redcap/surveys/?s=FHW4TYF8MP

For Alexandria Health Department COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Registration - Phase 1a, 1b, and 1c (virginia.gov). Scroll to the bottom of the document to find the registration portion. The Health Department will notify when appointment slots are available
Dear Fairlington Family. You have probably been horrified by the events at the Capitol this afternoon, and ongoing. We offer a short time of prayer and processing this evening at 6:00pm and 9:00 pm. You can join us by signing on to the Sunday worship Zoom link (from the FUMC web site). If you cannot sign on, we ask you to pray and to make a symbolic gesture in support of peace. Like our neighbors in the Baltimore-Washington Conference we can place a light in a window, keeping it there until a peaceful transition is accomplished and our country comes to honest terms with our violence, anger and divisiveness. Christ's Peace, Janine.
A prayer for your use during these days of trouble and uncertainty. People of peace, pray for peace.
Important news from VOICE:

We have just learned that the Virginia Supreme Court has granted Gov. Northam's request for an eviction moratorium, which will be in effect from August 10 - September 7th.

VOICE, through your relentless and passionate organizing over the past several months, and especially over the past 3 weeks, you played a critical role in bringing this about. As a result, thousands of families in Virginia will get to stay in their homes during the pandemic.

While the Supreme Court's action is an important victory, this is not the end of VOICE's work on evictions. There is much more to be done to help protect families during this crisis.

Remember to sign up for the important VOICE-Wide Action Team meeting on Thursday, August 13th at 7pm to learn about next steps with the No More Evictions campaign, the August Special Session, and other important items.

Thursday, August 13th at 7pm
RSVP here

Each VOICE institution--including schools, new institutions, and congregations discerning membership--should plan to have 3-5 leaders participate.

For additional background on the Evictions campaign, please read the recent Washington Post article featuring VOICE.
Good morning! Janine and I had this wonderful idea that I would do the first hour of coffee cafe and she would do the second. Unfortunately, host Janine is in a meeting right now, and I do not have hosting access yet, so coffee cafe will not begin until 10 a.m. Our apologies. Hope you'll come back at 10!
Alexandria Library "Online" Event - At Home with Barrett Library - Tuesday, May 26 - 11 am - 12 Noon

You will learn how to create beautiful flower arrangements from the flora and debris you find along one of your many walks throughout the weeks.

To join us in this craft, please come prepared with items you've found while walking, an empty jar, bottle or can, paper (the more colorful the better), scissors and glue/tape/hot glue gun. Registration is required. Please use the link below to register.
For more information, contact [email protected].
Thank you to all who put together a wonderful service this morning - Christian, Devon, Janine, Gerry, Sam, Ken, Louise! Well done with a creative new approach. Have a wonderful week!!

Fairlington UMC welcomes all to a nurturing faith community that serves God by serving others. Join us Sundays at 11am for online worship at https://fairlingtonumc.org.

Or join our outdoor 9am Sunday Communion across the street in the wilderness. Fairlington United Methodist Church is a Reconciling Congregation with open hearts, open minds, and open doors. All people are God's beloved children and are welcome here.

Operating as usual

Fairlington UMC | About 10/15/2021

Fairlington UMC | About

From Pastor Janine:
We are coming to the conclusion of our Reading With Intention series. This Sunday we will use a story about the prophet Elisha to gain insight to how the bible is read by people in need – of life’s essentials, of relationships, of support. It is funny how a few short verses can open up so many thoughts.

Get ready for two important events. Our second Stewardship Sunday, with opportunities for generosity, is almost here. Homecoming is not far behind. Come celebrate all things FUMC. Information on both of these is linked below.

As always, stay connected through our various social media platforms. Ministry is still alive at Fairlington!

Peace and health,

Janine

www.fairlingtonumc.org

Fairlington UMC | About 9am Communionjoin Us In The Chapel - For Job Announcement And Instructions For Applying For The Position Click Here . No Phone Calls Please.

10 10 2021 Sunday Worship at Fairlington UMC 10/12/2021

10 10 2021 Sunday Worship at Fairlington UMC

Also a discussion w/Pastor Janine on reading the bible with the eyes of creation. A different lens.

10 10 2021 Sunday Worship at Fairlington UMC Noah arrives with a plan to build another ark.

10/12/2021

Giving isn’t just an action. It’s an attitude of the heart. Cheer and giving go hand in hand.

Giving isn’t just an action. It’s an attitude of the heart. Cheer and giving go hand in hand.

Lady Liberty's Birthday Party in support of Just Neighbors 10/08/2021

Lady Liberty's Birthday Party in support of Just Neighbors

Party Weekend!! Party on Saturday 10/23 and FUMC Homecoming on 10/24.
https://on.zoom.us/ev/AImCidlB37nGI3ahJnQ9xVWXCC_c_AXOngsH1CZe4OsbLm-x6rrLgItboAJuixIRvfyjGJ8?lmt=1633638973000

Lady Liberty's Birthday Party in support of Just Neighbors Join Just Neighbors at our annual fundraising event supporting high-quality immigration legal services!

Memorial Service for Bob Love 10/07/2021

Memorial Service for Bob Love

Memorial Service for Bob Love Dear Fairlington Family, You are invited to a Service of Death and Resurrection for Robert Grayson Love Saturday, October 9, 2021 at 11:00AM in the Sanctuary. Bob is remembered for leading the churc

10 03 2021 Worship at Fairlington UMC 10/05/2021

10 03 2021 Worship at Fairlington UMC

"We will be continuing our sermon series Reading the Bible with Intention. We will think a little bit about how we shouldn’t read the Bible in a legalistic way, but how laws can communicate to us a part of our story as God’s people." -- Rev. Christian White

10 03 2021 Worship at Fairlington UMC "We will be continuing our sermon series Reading the Bible with Intention. We will think a little bit about how we shouldn’t read the Bible in a legalistic w...

10 03 2021 Worship at Fairlington UMC 10/05/2021

10 03 2021 Worship at Fairlington UMC

"We will be continuing our sermon series Reading the Bible with Intention. We will think a little bit about how we shouldn’t read the Bible in a legalistic way, but how laws can communicate to us a part of our story as God’s people." -- Rev. Christian White

https://youtu.be/axtwGZoAVDQ

10 03 2021 Worship at Fairlington UMC "We will be continuing our sermon series Reading the Bible with Intention. We will think a little bit about how we shouldn’t read the Bible in a legalistic w...

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NCC's annual Christian Unity Gathering (CUG) will be held virtually on October 11 - 12, 2021 with the theme, "In New Wineskins: From Pandemics to Possibilities to Promises," based on the scripture in Luke 5:37-39. The event is free to attend.

And no one puts new wine into old wineskins; otherwise the new wine will burst the skins and will be spilled, and the skins will be destroyed. But new wine must be put into fresh wineskins. And no one after drinking old wine desires new wine, but says, ‘The old is good.’”

This year’s CUG will explore how church life has changed and what our hope is for the church as the global community struggles to emerge from its pandemics and economic crises while at the same time continuing to grapple with the racial reckoning that is happening in our nation and the world. Can we discard the old wineskins? What will it take to go beyond conversations on racism to fully incorporating equity and racial justice in our churches? Where are new models of racial reckoning/reconciliation?

Together, we will examine how to move forward as we negotiate those who are lamenting the old and those embracing the new as well as the spaces where both are happening at the same time. Will you join us to go beyond how we “always do it” and get to a place of possibilities? We invite you to join us virtually to explore what churches must do to honor old wineskins while embracing new ones and God’s promises for a new path forward.
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api.neonemails.com NCC's annual Christian Unity Gathering (CUG) will be held virtually on October 11 - 12, 2021 with the theme, "In New Wineskins: From Pandemics to Possibilities to Promises," based on the scripture in Luke 5:37-39. The event is free to attend.

10/05/2021

Earthly pleasures will fade away. Only what’s done for God will remain.

Earthly pleasures will fade away. Only what’s done for God will remain.

10/02/2021

Join us for communion in the Chapel tomorrow for World Communion Sunday. Remember to bring your own communion elements.

"He took some bread and gave thanks to God for it. Then he broke it in pieces and gave it to the disciples, saying, 'This is my body, which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of me.'” - Luke 22:19

Join us for communion in the Chapel tomorrow for World Communion Sunday. Remember to bring your own communion elements.

"He took some bread and gave thanks to God for it. Then he broke it in pieces and gave it to the disciples, saying, 'This is my body, which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of me.'” - Luke 22:19

10/01/2021

How would you describe October?

How would you describe October?

Fairlington UMC | About 09/30/2021

Fairlington UMC | About

Friends:

From Pastor Christian:
No, it is not Ash Wednesday, but our scripture has a story about a guy and some ashes. And, we will be using oil this Sunday, so that is sort of like Ash Wednesday. It is Rose of Sharon Oil from the Holy Land. And we will also be using shot glasses which has nothing to do with Ash Wednesday, unless you are a Mardi Gras person.

Writing those three sentences makes me question my worship theme for this week.

We will be continuing our sermon series Reading the Bible with Intention. We will think a little bit about how we shouldn’t read the Bible in a legalistic way, but how laws can communicate to us a part of our story as God’s people.

We welcome Rev. Tonya Douce who will be leading worship with us this Sunday.

Based on current COVID infection rates, we have decided to further delay resumption of regular monthly communion practices at the second service. As the situation develops, we hope to make a decision to resume on November 7th, All Saints Sunday. Those who wish to participate in a Eucharist Service are invited to join us this Sunday at 9am.
Please remember to bring your own elements!

I look forward to seeing each of you, and remember, Ashes, Oil, Shot Glasses.

Peace,
Christian

www.fairlingtonumc.org

Fairlington UMC | About Worshipin Churchsunday11amdownload The Program Here - Fairlington United Methodist Church Proclaims Without Reservation God’s Unconditional Love And Grace, A...

09/30/2021

Let this be your prayer today.

Let this be your prayer today.

09/29/2021

"Jesus is calling us to not be distracted by the temporary,
focus on what really matters"

"Jesus is calling us to not be distracted by the temporary,
focus on what really matters"

09/27/2021

Come one and all to our wilderness habitat. Saturday, Oct. 2, 9:30 to noon.
Get some exercise. Bring garden tools if you got 'em.
Don't worry if you don't.

Interfaith Sign-On Letter - Immediately Stop Deportations to Haiti 09/23/2021

Interfaith Sign-On Letter - Immediately Stop Deportations to Haiti

URGENT: DEADLINE IS NOON, MONDAY SEPT 27.
The Interfaith Immigration Coalition asks us to sign a petition to
President Biden to halt deportations to Haiti, end Title 42 expulsions, and resume the asylum process.
You can read the full letter by clicking on the link.
Individuals can add their names to the petition by going to:
https://bit.ly/FaithLeaderHaitiSignOn. You don't have to consider yourself a "faith leader" in order to sign.

Interfaith Sign-On Letter - Immediately Stop Deportations to Haiti Please add your organization or name to the letter by Sept 27 at noon ET. Faith Organizations Sign On Here: https://bit.ly/FaithOrgHaitiSignOn Faith Leaders/People of Faith Sign on Here: https://bit.ly/FaithLeaderHaitiSignOn September 27, 2021 Honorable Joseph R. Biden, ...

09 19 2021 Worship Service -- At the Margins 09/21/2021

09 19 2021 Worship Service -- At the Margins

What does a First-Century CE Ethiopian court official have to teach us about reading our bibles? Check out our worship service from last Sunday to find out. You can prepare by reading from the Book of Acts (8:26-40).

09 19 2021 Worship Service -- At the Margins What does a First-Century CE Ethiopian court official have to teach us about reading our bibles? Check out our worship service this Sunday to find out. You c...

09/20/2021

FUMC says Step Alive!

FUMC supports StepALIVE! Walkathon and Fund-raiser, Oct. 17
Dear Fairlington United Methodist Friends,
For many years the services and programs provided through ALIVE! have served as a safety net for many Alexandria families and individuals in need - this has been especially the case during the pandemic. The StepALIVE! Walkathon on Sunday, October 17, 2021, is an opportunity for all of us to contribute financial support that will make it possible for ALIVE! to continue providing the much-needed help to families and individuals experiencing hardship and poverty in our community.

Your contribution will help to support:
Monthly Food Distribution: In 2021 the ALIVE! food program more than doubled in size to address the food shortages caused by job layoffs and declining work hours due to the pandemic. Grocery bags of food are distributed at 3 sites every week as well as Pop Up Distribution sites and home delivery program for the elderly and home-based individuals. Each month over 3000 families are supported with food supplies.

Alexandria Eviction Prevention Partnership (AEPP) connects Alexandria residents who are experiencing housing insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic to resources and information, and provides supports to residents applying for rental assistance or navigating the eviction process. This year ALIVE! Initiated a support network that is assisting 800 Alexandria families with eviction prevention.

ALIVE! House provides temporary housing for women and families in emergency and transitional situations. ALIVE! House provides up to 24 months of shelter and support for families experiencing homelessness. In 2021 women and children have continued to be sheltered during the pandemic.

Emergency Family Assistance: ALIVE! provides support for Alexandria city residents with temporary assistance with for rent payments, utilities, medical expenses, and other emergency support. This year 1500 Alexandria families have received some level of assistance based on their needs.
For over 50 years FUMC has been part of the network of faith communities in Alexandria committed to ALIVE!’s mission and work through volunteers and financial support. This year, Fairlington is renewing its support and direct member involvement in all of the ALIVE! Programs. Please plan to recommit to ALIVE! This year.
To register for the StepAlive! Walkathon go to, www.stepalivewalk.org. See you Sunday, October 17, 2021!
Thank you!

Fairlington UMC committee for StepALIVE! leadership:

09/17/2021

As part of the church-wide focus on how to study the Bible we will be using Brian McLaren’s book, The Secret Message of Jesus.
Jesus taught primarily through story telling. He was masterful at understanding context and his audiences. During this Bible study you are invited to see through the eyes of an archaeologist attempting to uncover new pieces of stories that are probably familiar to you, making it more illuminating to see through fresh eyes. With each session we will explore how the story is being told, who is telling it, when it is occurring, under what circumstances, and how many versions we may have seen.
Anne Wilson will facilitate the class. To register for the course contact [email protected] or 703.671.8557 x106.

As part of the church-wide focus on how to study the Bible we will be using Brian McLaren’s book, The Secret Message of Jesus.
Jesus taught primarily through story telling. He was masterful at understanding context and his audiences. During this Bible study you are invited to see through the eyes of an archaeologist attempting to uncover new pieces of stories that are probably familiar to you, making it more illuminating to see through fresh eyes. With each session we will explore how the story is being told, who is telling it, when it is occurring, under what circumstances, and how many versions we may have seen.
Anne Wilson will facilitate the class. To register for the course contact [email protected] or 703.671.8557 x106.

09/17/2021

Honoring Al Ross

A MEMORIAL SERVICE for Al Ross, who passed away July 2, 2020, will be held on Sunday, September 26 in the sanctuary at 3:00pm. The service also will be live streamed. Go to our website on the day of the funeral for instructions on how to log on. A light reception will follow in the fellowship hall.

09 12 2021 Reading the Bible with Intention: Evil & Injustice 09/13/2021

09 12 2021 Reading the Bible with Intention: Evil & Injustice

Evil is a hard topic to discuss, even as we read scripture. Join us in our worship service and listen to Janine's meditation on the subject. PS The date on the title card is wrong, but we really wanted to get this opportunity out to you. Eileen asks your forgiveness. https://youtu.be/iP3JRBkMc8Y

09 12 2021 Reading the Bible with Intention: Evil & Injustice

09/13/2021

Volunteers needed to help sort donations!

Volunteers needed to help sort donations!

09/09/2021

After visiting the apartment and talking with the family today, there are a few additional items that are needed to welcome our new neighbors.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0F4FADA622A1F5C16-home

Any donations will need to be dropped off ASAP. We will be delivering the donated goods tomorrow (Friday) morning.

After visiting the apartment and talking with the family today, there are a few additional items that are needed to welcome our new neighbors.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0F4FADA622A1F5C16-home

Any donations will need to be dropped off ASAP. We will be delivering the donated goods tomorrow (Friday) morning.

09/08/2021
09/08/2021

Go out to the highways and byways and invite folks. . .

Go out to the highways and byways and invite folks. . .

09/07/2021

Help us welcome our new neighbors!

We have been matched with an Afghan Refugee Family who needs a “home setup.” Our family of three, mom, dad, and 11-month-old baby, will be housed in an apartment in Alexandria with just the items they can carry. We are stepping in to welcome our new neighbors well!

But, we need your help!

We just have 48 hours to collect, purchase, and deliver items needed to set up their new apartment. Below is a link to an online signup form. Please consider either purchasing (or donating a lightly used) items off this list. If possible, please have items to the church by Thursday morning at the latest. We are in the process of coordinating the logistics for the more oversized items needed. If you don’t have time to go shopping, please consider giving a monetary donation to support our new neighbor.

Thank you for helping to welcome our new neighbors!

➡️ https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f4fada622a1f5c16-home

Help us welcome our new neighbors!

We have been matched with an Afghan Refugee Family who needs a “home setup.” Our family of three, mom, dad, and 11-month-old baby, will be housed in an apartment in Alexandria with just the items they can carry. We are stepping in to welcome our new neighbors well!

But, we need your help!

We just have 48 hours to collect, purchase, and deliver items needed to set up their new apartment. Below is a link to an online signup form. Please consider either purchasing (or donating a lightly used) items off this list. If possible, please have items to the church by Thursday morning at the latest. We are in the process of coordinating the logistics for the more oversized items needed. If you don’t have time to go shopping, please consider giving a monetary donation to support our new neighbor.

Thank you for helping to welcome our new neighbors!

➡️ https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f4fada622a1f5c16-home

09/07/2021

If you had to choose, which one and what kind?

If you had to choose, which one and what kind?

09/06/2021

Fairlington United Methodist Men Annual Chicken BBQ 10:30am until we run out!
Yard Sale space available: 10x10 area for $10.

Fairlington United Methodist Men Annual Chicken BBQ 10:30am until we run out!
Yard Sale space available: 10x10 area for $10.

09 05 2021 Worship - Making Distinctions with Pastor Christian 09/06/2021

09 05 2021 Worship - Making Distinctions with Pastor Christian

"I am sure you have heard of the importance of ‘first impressions’ and how much can be communicated visually when we first meet someone. Your appearance communicates a lot to another person and informs the ensuing judgements that we make. But, a heads up for Sunday- don’t come to church dressed too fancy, you might get uncomfortable when you hear the scripture."
--Rev. Christian White

https://youtu.be/NUQiHyzxpsA

09 05 2021 Worship - Making Distinctions with Pastor Christian Welcome to our Worship Service! Fairlington United Methodist Church proclaims without reservation God’s unconditional love and grace, and affirms the dignity...

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3900 King St
Alexandria, VA
22302-1598

General information

Generally, worship services are at 9:30 and 11:00am, with Sunday school for children and adults at 9:30am. Between services, all worshipers are welcome for coffee, lemonade and fellowship in the fellowship hall from 10:30-11:00. A Nursery is available for ages birth - 2 or you may make use of our "family room" in the balcony if your child needs to be comforted during worship. Children ages 3-7 will be invited out to Children's Church as part of the 11:00 worship. During the month of August through Labor Day, we have one worship service at 10:00 am. There is no Sunday school in August, through Labor Day Sunday.

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 4pm
Tuesday 10am - 4pm
Wednesday 10am - 4pm
Thursday 10am - 4pm
Friday 10am - 4pm
Sunday 11am - 12:30pm
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