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Established in 1724, the Pohick Episcopal Church was the first colonial church to be established in the city. The church had several hundred followers back then, however, the number has reduced today due to migration and the place serving as a small parish. The church holds regular prayer services with the aim of spreading the word of God among society. Adorned with paintings and fine murals, the Pohick Episcopal Church is a must visit for all worshipers heading to this side of Lorton.
The Roberts Memorial United Methodist Church also referred to as Davis Chapel dates back to 1834. Incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places, it is a fine example of the Gothic Revival style of architecture.
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Established in 1858, Protestant Episcopal Theological Seminary, also known as Virginia Theological Seminary is one of the largest and oldest theological seminaries in the country. The seminary is housed in a striking Italianate building and sits in a massive campus on the outskirts of the city. The seminary offers an extensive choice of degree as well as non-degree programs in theological studies.
The St. John's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Fort Washington, in the state of Maryland. Built in 1767, the brick building of the church features a hip roof with a gentle slope and Gothic Revival style exteriors. It holds the distinction of being one of the oldest churches in the county. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
The St. Paul's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Alexandria, Virginia. The church was built in 1818, and designed by famed architect Benjamin Latrobe in what is now an excellent example of Gothic Revival architecture. The church features three equal arches at its entrance, and parts of the church have undergone minor modifications over the years. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.
Located in Wakefield Park, Audrey Moore RECenter is a state-of-the-art leisure facility in the city. Sprawling over 76,000 square feet (7060 square meters), it is home to an aquatics center, gymnasium, fitness suite and arts and craft centers. Amenities include natatorium, squash courts, basketball and volleyball fields. Visitors can enjoy fitness workshops, pottery classes, and outdoor activities like sports and skating, and unwind at the picnic spots on site as well.
Known for the homes of famous American presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, the Parkfairfax area is located in Alexandria. Sans any tall buildings, this area with its smaller houses certainly stands apart from the other neighborhoods. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places as well as the Virginia Landmarks Register.
Constructed in 1922, the Lomax African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church is a church of the African-Americans. It is believed that Martin Luther King addressed an audience in the basement of this church, which is why the place is of historic importance. The building is built following the Gothic-Revival style of architecture using red bricks and also has a cemetery and parsonage on site. The oldest grave in the cemetery dates as old as 1882. It would take least amount of time for one to locate the church, as it is situated right in the center of the South 24th Road. If you are visiting Arlington, the Lomax African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church is definitely worth a trip.
Located at the South Nelson Street, the Baitul Mukarram Masjid is a small but very beautiful mosque. Red bricks define the exterior of the structure and an adorable green dome, which is crowned with a moon, sits atop. The main focus of the mosque is to give the Muslim community a place where they can preserve their heritage and culture; a place where families can interact and spend time in reflection and prayers. Festivals like Ramdan see massive participation from the local community here and Iftar brings people together every day during their fast.
Mount Zion Baptist Church is located on 19th Street, near Army Navy Country Club, in Arlington. The vibrant church invites everyone, regardless of their ethnic, cultural or social backgrounds, to learn about God and worship Him in their own unique ways, thereby helping them live a more meaningful life. The church building was established in 1945, but the church itself has a history that goes way back to the 1860s. Offering worship service at 8a and 10a, every Sunday, the church also boasts of a full event schedule, check the website for more on that.
As you walk across the South 19th Street, this adorable white church is hard to miss and emerald green trees form a perfect setting for it. Albeit small in size, the church is very warm and welcomes all, irrespective of ethnicity and background. Racial Harmony is one of the principals on which their parish is established and they practice what they preach with utmost diligence. It is here, that children from many households make friends and grow under the guiding shadow of Jesus Christ.