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Churches in Alexandria, VA
7401 Beulah St7.31 mi Alexandria, VA Churches & Places of WorshipAssemblies of God ChurchesReligious OrganizationsPentecostal Churches
Thank you for visiting our website! We hope that you will find it helpful and will check back often for updated information. We also hope you will consider stopping by to worship with us. Our desire is that you will feel welcomed and accepted here and that you will sense God's love in our people and His presence in our services. We are more than willing to answer any questions you may have and minister to your spiritual needs, or serve you any way we can. We invite you to explore the various aspects of church life here and to become a part of our church family if you don't currently have a "home church." We pray that God will bless you in the days ahead. Sincerely, Pastor Tim and Sharon Cerce Harvest Church first opened its doors in March 1992. Planted by Pastor Tim Cerce and his wife Sharon, the Assemblies of God congregation originally met in rented space in the Sacramento Center, a strip mall located on Richmond Highway in southern Fairfax County, Virginia. The church met there for nine years, becoming a presence in the community through its ministries and outreach programs. Significant among these was its ministry to the residents of the Eleanor Kennedy Homeless Shelter through the supplying of meals and its Christmas outreach to the residents of the Mount Vernon House, a housing facility for senior citizens. When the cost of renting space in the Sacramento Center became prohibitive, Harvest Church moved into temporary facilities in June of 2001. The congregation met there for nearly two years. In April 2003, the church moved into its current facilities at 7401 Beulah Street in Kingstowne, one-half mile from the Franconia-Springfield Parkway. After thoroughly renovating the facilities, the church held its first service there April 20, 2003, Easter Sunday.
2.Franconia Community Church
6315 Beulah St5.91 mi Alexandria, VA Christian ChurchesAlliance ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
3.Alexandria First Christian Chr
2723 King St1.62 mi Alexandria, VA Disciples of Christ ChurchesChristian ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipInterdenominational Churches
4.Calvary Chapel Of Alexandria
7010 Harrison Ln3.86 mi Alexandria, VA Churches & Places of WorshipInterdenominational ChurchesVarious Denomination Churches
5.Spirit Of Faith Ministries
8431 Richmond Hwy6.36 mi Alexandria, VA Churches & Places of WorshipNon-Denominational ChurchesPentecostal ChurchesReligious Organizations
7730 Fordson Rd4.45 mi Alexandria, VA Methodist ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipReligious Organizations
2762 Duke St1.78 mi Alexandria, VA Baptist ChurchesChurches & Places of Worship
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