This Month @ Winchester Anglican


This is a 12 week class that will teach you the engage with Scripture, your life experiences and your emotions in healthy ways to reveal truths you may not have realized before. You will learn to engage with God and live from your true heart through a video series, discussion and time for quieting, listening, and journaling. Tuesdays from 7:00pm - 9:00pm, March 3rd - May 19th. Meeting in Winchester, facilitated by Dan and Brenda Van Ness, Rev. Mary Hays, and Doug Harrison. Cost for class is $30, this will include a FORMING workbook. 

Class size limited to 10 participants, registration ends on February 25th. For more information, email

Adult Discipleship Classes

"History of Christian Music" a 4-week class taught by Darren Jones on Feb 2, 16, 23, and March 1 during the 9:00 service in the purple room.

This class will be a look at Christian music through the centuries, with a focus on the church musical traditions of America. We'll listen to worship music ranging from chant to choirs, and from organ-led hymns to electric-guitar-accompanied solos. Whether your favorite is Hillsong or Handel, you'll learn more about the ways that Christians have worshiped God in song.

"Kings of Judah and Israel" a 4-week class taught by Darren Jones on March 8, 15, 22, and 29 during the 9:00 service in the purple room.

Ever felt lost during sermons when the pastor mentions Hezekiah, Josiah, or Jehoshaphat? Did you know that Ahaz and Ahab aren't the same person - in fact, they ruled in two separate kingdoms, over 100 years apart?" Come learn about the kings of Judah (Jesus' ancestors) and Israel (the breakaway kingdom that never got its act together).

Ash Wednesday

(service 2/26/20 @ 7:00pm)

The first Christians observed with great devotion the days of our Lord’s passion and resurrection, and it became the custom of the Church to prepare for them by a season of penitence and fasting. The season of Lent provided a time in which converts to the faith were prepared for Holy Baptism.  It was also a time when those who, because of notorious sins, had been separated from the body of the faithful were reconciled by penitence and forgiveness, and restored to the fellowship of the Church. Thereby, the whole congregation was put in mind of the message of pardon and absolution set forth in the Gospel of our Savior, and of the need which all Christians continually have to renew their repentance and faith.

I invite you, therefore, in the name of the Church, to the observance of a holy Lent, by self‑examination and repentance; by prayer, fasting, and self‑denial; and by reading and meditating on God’s holy Word.


February  Events

2/2: New Adult Discipleship Hour Class: "History of Christian Music"

2/2:Welcome Luncheon following the 10:45am service. Meeting in the Purple Room at 12:15pm.

2/7-9: Women’s Retreat  For more information, email

2/9: One Service at 9:00am. No Discipleship Hour Classes, Childcare for infant - 5y/o available.

2/26: Ash Wednesday, service at 7:00pm

2/28-3/1: Middle-School Breakaway


Make Disciples

We are committed to helping people become disciples of Jesus Christ.  A discipling church is one that cares about the spiritual formation of children, students, and adults. As a church, we seek to raise and develop disciples equipped to meet the challenges of the 21st century, American, spiritual landscape. 


Mature Disciples

Giving people God-centered community so that they can mature as disciples.


We aspire to be a loving church that welcomes the stranger and cares about people where they are. 


We aspire to be a generous church that builds missional relationships in Winchester, in the surrounding cities and towns, and in the world. 


We aspire to be a concerned church that cares about the community in which it lives and wants to make an impact on both the materiel and spiritual needs of people inside and outside the church. 


A nurturing church that provides a genuinely friendly and non-judgmental environment which is particularly cohesive for people to hear and respond to the Gospel while healing from their own brokenness. 


A discipling church that cares about the spiritual formation of children, students, and adults and that seeks to raise and develop disciples equipped to meet the challenges of the 21st century, American, spiritual landscape. 


Send Disciples

Sending people out to serve as disciples and to make disciples in the world.

"Reaching the Northern Shenandoah Valley with the transforming love of Jesus Christ by loving the Lord, loving people, and Making disciples."