arlington5 serve4 CHILDREN’S MINISTRY
Being a Christian is not meant to be a lonely experience.  This is as important for a child as it is for an adult.  The Arlington Church strives to provide an atmosphere where children can not only come to grow in faith and knowledge about God, but in relationships with one another.  Here are some examples of events throughout the year.  For more information, please contact Linda Hlasta.

  • Children’s Worship twice a month, during the adult assembly.
  • Day trips in the summer and a trip to Cox Farm or another Fall Festival.
  • VBS
  • Plus many other TBA events throughout the year.

For information on our High School ministry or Middle School ministry, please contact Clayton Tune at  This ministry focuses on two things: discovering the truth in God and building relationships within the church.  We take numerous trips throughout the year, below are some examples:

  • Winterfest is one of our biggest.  We rent a large cabin up in the mountains of Gatlinburg, TN and enjoy the weekend together.
  • Summer Retreat
  • Fall Retreat – A place close to home destination for the weekend
  • A number of TBA events during the summer: laser tag, paintball, white water rafting, movies, sports, etc.


Our mission as a Body of Christ is to go and teach the word of God to others.  It’s the same today as it was in the Old and New Testament.  But we can’t teach until we ourselves spend some time learning.  Everyone needs a Bible and a time to study the Bible.  You cannot lead a Christian life without it, otherwise, how will you know what you’re doing?  We offer classes for all ages on Sunday Morning:

  • Nursery for ages 2 and under during assembly.
  • Age appropriate classes on Sunday morning before worship service.
  • Children’s Worship twice a month during worship service.
  • Adult Classes
  • Women’s classes (Once a year)
  • High school and Middle School Classes on Sunday morning before worship service.


  • Arlington Street People’s Assistance Network: A-SPAN is dedicated to helping every homeless individual leave the streets and live a life of dignity.


  • Established in 1986, the AGAPE Trust helps needy people in our community buy their groceries or pay for essential housing or medical care.  The Internal Revenue Service has recognized the AGAPE Trust as a supporting organization of the Arlington Church of Christ, and most of the AGAPE Trust’s trustees are members of our congregation.  Potential Trust beneficiaries include members of the our congregation and residents of the Virginia counties of Arlington or Fairfax, the Virginia cities of Alexandria, Fairfax or Falls Church, or the District of Columbia.  Inquiries about the AGAPE Trust should be directed to