Arlington Presbyterian Church


Arlington Presbyterian Church
Arlington Presbyterian Church is listed in the Churches Presbyterian category in Arlington, Virginia. Displayed below is the only current social network for Arlington Presbyterian Church which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Arlington Presbyterian Church on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 69.

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3507 Columbia Pike
Arlington, VA 22204
(703) 920-5660
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I'm always on the lookout for good resources to guide our upcoming discussions. This book just came out and looks like one that may be worthwhile. - DW
Church leaders, pastors and lay leaders: Organizing Church available March 21!

Spring blessings! The wilderness and the dry land shall be glad, the desert shall rejoice and blossom; like the crocus it shall blossom abundantly, and rejoice with joy and singing. - Isaiah 35:1-2 "Spring is a time of balance, renewal, and welcoming new life into the world. As the northern hemisphere enters the season of blossoming we are called to tend the places of our lives that still long for winter's stillness as well as those places ready to burst forth into the world in a profusion of color. It takes time to see and listen. Around us the world is exploding in a celebration of new life, and we may miss much of it in our seriousness to get the important things of life done... There is a playfulness and spontaneity to the season of spring that invites us to join this joyful abandon. We are called to both listen deeply to the blossoming within ourselves as well as to forget ourselves -- setting aside all of our seriousness about what we are called to do and simply enter the space of being. In this field of possibility we discover new gifts. The fertility and flowering of spring speaks of an abundantly creative God who is at the source of the potent life force beating at the heart of the world. Created in God's image, we are called to participate in this generous creativity ourselves. Our own flowering leads us to share our gifts in service to others. In the Hebrew Scriptures the promise of God's abundance is often conceived of as blossoming in the desert. In that harsh landscape, a flower bursting forth from the dry land is a symbol of divine generosity, fruitfulness, and hope. Hope is a stance of radical openness to the God of newness and possibility. When we hope, we acknowledge that God has an imagination far more expansive than ours. Where are you experiencing a new flowering forth?" (from Abbey of the Arts, Christine Valters Paintner)

Great conversation this morning on what music moves us in worship. Let's keep it going! Post in the comments: what music brings your heart and mind to a worshipful space? Include links if you can.

Don't forget our congregational gathering this Sunday! We begin with breakfast at 9:30! Hear these words from today's d365 about the Christian community - we are meant to be together! "We like to think we can be Christians on our own without the church. In today’s world, we call this “being spiritual but not religious.” Today’s story gives us a very different viewpoint. The larger story tells about a woman who has been judged and scorned by her community. Yet, when she hears what Jesus is offering her and comes to belief, she goes to the very community that had scorned and judged her. We need a community to work out our belief. Christ works through an imperfect community where all are working to come to belief and struggling with doubts and fears. Through our churches, we learn to be loved as an imperfect person, and we learn to love the imperfect. To ignore the transforming work of God in imperfect communities is to take an easy road of spirituality. We thirst to more fully know God; yet, we can only more fully know God when we can see God’s love for the imperfect people around us." (Kellie Wilson,

Don't forget to Spring Forward tonight! You wouldn't want to miss worship tomorrow at 11:00!