Who We Are

Who We Are

Grace Presbyterian Church is a congregation of the OPC (Orthodox Presbyterian Church). We are a friendly mix of families and singles that seeks to make visitors welcome. Our worship is characterized by reverent praise and a real engagement with the Christian Scriptures.

Being a Presbyterian Church, we belong to the Reformed Christian tradition, tracing our biblical and church distinctives back to the sixteenth century Reformation, the early church, and beyond that to the infallible authority of the Bible, the Word of God.

We are an evangelical church, with a focus on the saving gospel of the Triune God. We are a connectional church, linked in a presbytery with like-minded churches and led by elders. We are a covenantal church; we believe that believers and their children belong, by God’s good pleasure, within his covenant of grace.

We are a church filled with sinners committed to living by grace, with integrity, and in obedience to Jesus Christ.

What We Believe

At Grace Presbyterian Church, we base our teachings on God’s Word, the Bible.  The centerpiece of the Bible is the gospel, which is the good news of salvation through Jesus Christ.  The Bible teaches that all of us have sinned against God and are subject to his judgment.  Yet God, in his mercy, has sent his Son Jesus Christ to take human nature and stand in our place, dying on the cross for our sins and rising again so we…

Our Staff

Meet the people who serve on staff at Grace! Please email us at [email protected] if you need to get in touch, or call 703.560.6336.

Our leadership

Elders As a Presbyterian Church, we are led by a board of elders, or session.  Our pastors serve on the session together with eight ruling elders, all of whom are active in shepherding and discipling the members of the church. Deacons Our deacons carry out a ministry of helping those in need.  Our board of deacons includes the following members.

Our denomination

Grace is a member of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC), a denomination of about 300 churches in the United States and Canada. The OPC seeks to follow the Scriptures and proclaim the gospel of Christ above all. These commitments played a key role in the formation of the OPC, which was born in the context of doctrinal struggles in the northern mainline Presbyterian Church in the 1920’s and 30’s. In the face of weakening commitment to the authority of Scripture…