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APC's Mission: "Know Christ, Grow in Faith and Serve Others"

Sunday Morning

9:15 AM - Church-Wide Bible Study

10:30 AM - Sanctuary Worship


20962 Ashburn Road

Ashburn, VA  20147

Contact Us

Call us at

(703) 729-2012

or email us.


We are glad you found us!

At APC you will find people from many different walks of life, and also different places in their spiritual journeys. If you are considering joining us for Sunday worship, we are confident that you will find people just like you who want to understand God more deeply, share life with others, and make a difference in our community and world. As our mission statement says, we seek to Know Christ, Grow in Faith, and Serve Others.


John Peterson, Pastor


Jesus called men and women to follow him. He called them to not just believe in him, but to follow him. The church is a community of believers called together through Christ in order to join in Christ’s larger mission in the world.

This is the story of our own faith community. It is no accident that we are together as his church in this time and place. This series outlines that call and introduces us to the APC strategic plan. What does that call entail?

Come join us on Sundays in September as we explore what it means to be called. We also invite you to learn more about APC's Strategic Plan.

Coming Soon!

October marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.  This series celebrates our historic faith expressed in six key elements of the Heidelberg Catechism. The first question and answer of the Heidelberg Catechism sums up the whole: “What is your only comfort in life and in death?” Comfort here does not mean comfortable, cozy, or soft. Rather, it refers to the comfort of living in God’s story.  As human beings, our ultimate question is this: What, finally, matters more than anything else?

The catechism’s answer to that question is this: “I belong—body and soul, in life and in death—to my faithful Savior, Jesus Christ. . . .”   The catechism, echoing the gospel itself, declares that we belong to the One who created us. We belong to the One who redeemed us from sin and death by the blood of the cross. We belong to the One who lives in us and moves us to live with meaning and purpose. 

Week One - Our Only Comfort

Week Two - Our Misery and our Mediator

Week Three - Our thorough Salvation

Week Four - Spirit and Sacraments

Week Five - Our Grateful Life

Week Six - Teach us to Pray


Daniel: Faith in the Fire

We invite you to join us for an 12-week church-wide intergenerational study of Daniel.  Our mission is to grow in Jesus Christ through caring in-depth Bible study for all.


Mark you calendars now for One Starry Night in Bethlehem, a FREE Christmas Event for your whole family!

December 8th & 9th

6:00-8:30 PM​​​​​​​

Visit our EVENTS page for a complete list of upcoming activities . . .