At Falls Church Presbyterian (FCPC), we believe that we are called to gather those who fear they are not enough, so we may experience grace, wholeness, and renewal as God’s beloved.
The very specific way God is calling us right now is to a particular, spiritual practice of living together — living as God’s beloved people in a place of rest. We are called to be a church for recovering perfectionists, a church of Sabbath keepers. A place where we can rest, where we are enough, where we are fully known, where we are wholly and completely loved by God, where we experience true joy. From this place of deep acceptance, joy, rest, and love, we reach out and invite others into this alternative, counter-cultural way of being together, sharing God’s love, acceptance, and hope through concrete acts of love and service to those who most need to experience it.
Falls Church Presbyterian Church is a Matthew 25 church working to build congregational vitality, dismantling structural racism, radicating systemic poverty. You can read more about the Matthew 25 initiative here.