This Month @ Winchester Anglican

Baptism This Season

Are you considering baptism for yourself or a family member?

If so, contact Joan at joanchurchoffice@gmail.comor (540)450-8545 for more information about baptisms at Winchester Anglican Church.


Service Times: 9:00a.m. and 10:45a.m. 

Congregational Meeting

Join us on September 22nd following the second service for a congregational meeting. All are welcome. 

There will be childcare for infants-5 y/o in the Little's Room and a game hour for 1st - 12th graders in the Fellowship Hall.

Women's Gathering

Women’s Gathering, on Saturday, September 21st from 9:30am to12:30pm at San Damiano for a morning of fellowship, worship, and teaching by Rev. Erin Clifford on the Holy Spirit. It’s a great chance to get to know women in the church and be encouraged in your faith. 


Questions? Email Jordan Ware - jordan@winchesteranglican.com.


*Save the Date for our 2020 Retreat: February 7th, through 9th. 

September Events

9/1: Childcare at both services -

infant to 5 y/o


9/5: Women’s Bible Study begins, for details and to RSVP, please contact Nancy Fox at: sportfox1@yahoo.com


9/8: Discipleship Hour Classes begin for children and students.


9/15: Youth Group: 12:15pm-1:15pm, 

6th - 12th graders.


9/21: Women’s Gathering - 9:30am-12:30pm at San Damiano


9/22: Congregational Meeting, all are welcome. 


9/29: Youth Group: 12:15pm-1:15pm, 

6th - 12th graders.

Discipleship

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. 

Community

Mature Disciples

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


Love

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


Generosity

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


Concern

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. 


Nurture

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. 


Discipleship

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. 


Mission

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."