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About


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About


founded on God’s unique offer
of grace in Jesus Christ

 

 


WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU WORSHIP, GROW, SERVE AND GIVE IN GOD’S LOVE.

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We Believe


"I am excited about how fast Brambleton Presbyterian Church is growing. We have faith that this is the right church for this community! Most important, we have been on a spiritual journey learning what it means to have faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. If you have not had a chance to do so I hope you will join us for worship soon. It is my prayer you will find that this is the church for you as well!"

- REVEREND ELIZABETH BROOKENS-STURMAN

 

 

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We Believe


"I am excited about how fast Brambleton Presbyterian Church is growing. We have faith that this is the right church for this community! Most important, we have been on a spiritual journey learning what it means to have faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. If you have not had a chance to do so I hope you will join us for worship soon. It is my prayer you will find that this is the church for you as well!"

- REVEREND ELIZABETH BROOKENS-STURMAN

 

 

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Merlino Photography

WE BELIEVE

What do Presbyterians Believe?

We believe:

  • God created the universe.
  • Humanity fell from grace and sinned against God and each another.
  • Jesus Christ is God’s Son who lived sinless and died faultless.
  • Forgiveness of sin is possible only through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
  • The Holy Spirit is the presence of God in the world and in the believer.
  • The Bible is the inspired Word of God. It is the authoritative source for faith and practice for all people.
  • In the practice of two sacraments: the Lord’s Supper and Baptism.
  • God calls us to live as Christians in our words and deeds: offering grace, catalyzing change and seeking justice.

 

WHAT IS A PRESBYTERIAN?

The history of the Presbyterian Church traces the growth and development of a unique group of Christians whose relationship with God is founded on the ideals of the Protestant Reformation and the concept of democratic rule under God’s Word. Our heritage - and much of what we believe - began with a German monk named Martin Luther, French lawyer John Calvin and a group of Scottish Christians.

In the New Testament, the Greek word PRESBYTEROS means “elder” and refers to the custom of choosing leaders and advisors from among the wisest members of the church. The name Presbyterian stems from this word, and reflects a style of church government where local congregations elect elders to lead them

For more information please visit www.PCUSA.org

 

Baptism

We believe Baptism is a sacrament - a visible sign that points to the invisible reality that God’s love for us doesn’t depend on our love for God. 


Baptism:

  • Unites us with Jesus Christ and makes us members of God’s family, the Church.
  • Can be performed in another church—there is no need to be re-baptized in a Presbyterian church.
  • Is a public confession of faith that must occur in worship.

Communion

We believe Communion is a sacrament - a visible sign that points to the invisible reality of God’s grace.

Communion:

  • Is a time to renew our faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
  • It strengthen us for God’s work in the world.

 

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Location & Contact info


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Location & Contact info


 

WE WORSHIP AT

Legacy Elementary School
22995 Minerva Drive
Brambleton, VA — 20148

 

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