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Little River United Church of Christ

…welcoming diversity, independent thought, & faithful action…

Little River UCC highway entrance

We are glad you are visiting our Web site. A friendly welcome awaits you at our church, set in a wooded grove in the heart of Fairfax County, Virginia.

Join us for worship in our beautiful, window-lined sanctuary on Sundays at 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. with coffee and conversation in our social hall following both services. All are welcome in worship.
WHAT TO EXPECT...

Care for infants and toddlers is provided during both services. Church school is offered for children and youth at 9:30 a.m.

Find us on Google Maps. Turn at the tall white cross opposite Northern Virginia Community College, on Route 236 at Lake Drive in Annandale.

accessibility logo Our church building and facilities are accessible to persons with disabilities.

We are Open and Affirming: read more

 

A Season for Reflection

Advent begins the Christian year. Please read a letter from our pastors and learn about our many advent events in the Advent Brochure

Fall Cleanup Day

The Trustees have scheduled a fall cleanup and work-party day Saturday, November 29, from 8:00 to noon. Read more

Safe Church training

All teens and adults are invited to attend Safe Church training on Sunday, August 24. Read more

Advent Funshops

Please join us in the social hall on the first Sunday of Advent, November 30, at 3:30 pm,  to enjoy time together making crafts to celebrate the season. Read more

Safe Church training

All teens and adults are invited to attend Safe Church training on Sunday, August 24. Read more

Saving Jesus

The class continues on Sunday, November 30, exploring Jesus' relevance and featuring religious voices of our day. Read more

"Saving Jesus"

All teens and adults are invited to attend Safe Church training on Sunday, August 24. Read more

White Gift Service

Our beloved reenactment of the Nativity story takes place Sunday evening, December 7 at 5:00. To prepare, we buy gifts for area children in need. Read more

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