theTransit is a church in the DC metropolitan region. Sundays • 9:30am | Landmark area of Alexandria, VA
www.transitchurch.com Life is a journey and we’re all in transit.
Regardless of where you are or the pace of your life, we are convinced that the journey is always better together. theTransit church family consists of a diverse group of people from different walks of life, who live in community with each other as we follow Jesus. We welcome you to visit us and connect with friendly people in a casual atmosphere, and to hear an encouraging message. Our TransitKid
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Text: Acts 10: 23-48
Text: Acts 10:1-23
Join us as we gather in prayer for personal, local and global renewal!
Text: Acts 9:19-31
Acts 9: 10-19
Text: Acts 8:26-40
Text: Acts 8:9-25
Text: Acts 7:1-53
Grace and Power
Text: Acts 6:1-7
Text: Acts 5:27-42
Text: John 4:35
Scripture: Acts 5:1-11
Text: Acts 4:32-37
Text: Acts 3:11-26
Text: Luke 24:1-12
Text: Acts 2:22-41
Title: "I Will Pour Out My Spirit"
Text: Acts 2:14-21
Title: Day of Pentecost
Text: Acts 2:1-13
Text: Acts 1:6-11
Text: Acts 1:1-5
Hey Transit Family,
Due to the incoming inclement weather, our in-person service and livestream will be cancelled for tomorrow, Sunday, January 31st.
Enjoy the snow, but above all— stay warm and safe!
Text: Psalm 105: 1-6
Description: Today we are exploring what it looks like to remain a place of praise.
Text: John 15:1-11
Description: Often we see the spiritual disciplines as an end in and of themselves. In John 15:1-11, Jesus Christ invites us not to abide in the spiritual disciplines, but to abide in His love through them.
Text: 2 Thessalonians 1:3-12
Summary: In his farewell sermon at theTransit, Pastor Jeff reflects back on some of the foundational underpinnings of our church. And on the cusp of 2021, he issues a challenge to “take ownership of our discipleship” as we embark on a new year.
Summary: Imagine someone walking up to you and saying, “Hey I’ve got good new and bad news.” When the conversation starts like that, you know you’re in for a tough chat. Advent is like that. Good news and bad news. And we know that when we look at the life of Joseph.
Text: Hosea 11:-4; John 3:16
Summary: Love means different things at different times and in differing contexts. During Advent, we focus in on the idea that love is the ultimate motivation behind Christmas. Love is also the mission that we’re called to because of Christmas.
A huge congratulations to Pastor Nick and Jen Mudrezow on the birth of their baby boy!! Nicholas Daniel Mudrezow was born at 2:40am Thanksgiving Day, weighing 7lbs 10oz. Mama, baby (Dad) are all healthy. God is good! Ashley Kohl has set up a meal train. If you'd like to bless the Mudrezow family with a meal, you can access it at this link: https://www.mealtrain.com/trains/q4ygm1
Transit Family, we send you warm wishes for a very Happy Thanksgiving! We especially express our gratitude and sincere thanks to all of you that serve, and give and love in any capacity in our church. We thank and appreciate you!
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