Sunday Service...11 am @ Church
Prayer Meeting...Tue. 8 pm @ Church
Small Group...Fri. 7 pm @ Various Locations
Sports Fellowship...Thu. 7 pm @ Church
Embrace Ministry is a body of believers that strives to grow as a Christ-centered community of grace, to be led by the Holy Spirit, and to build God's Kingdom for His glory. We are a vibrant community of married couples with and without kids; young, working professionals; and a passionate group of college and high school students.
Embrace Ministry is the English-speaking, adult and youth congregations of Seoul Presbyterian Church.
Our Adult Congregation is ministered by Pastor Jae Lee, who recently joined our congregation on September 2014.
Serving the Youth Group is Pastor Raymond Kim.
The Leadership Board consists of four members who are nominated and approved by the congregation to serve as our ministry's leadership, focusing on the vision, culture, and finances of the church.
Currently serving on the Board are:
Our Sunday services are held every week at 11 am for both the Adult Congregation and the Youth Group. A typical service will be about an hour and 15 minutes in duration, consisting of contemporary style praise and worship elements. You can listen and subscribe to our Sunday sermons in iTunes or at our Tumblr site.
We want your visit to be as comfortable as possible. So, join us in whatever clothes you're comfortable in, whether that's jeans and t-shirt, business casual wear, or formal Sunday best. Also, our multimedia team will have the words to the praise songs and the Bible verse projected on the screen, so simply put, we want you to come as you are.
We're located at 6428 Ox Road, Fairfax Station, VA 22039. When you turn into the church from Ox Road, you will see two large buildings: the building on the right is the Vision Center where our services are held.
There are parking spaces available in front of both buildings and to the right of the Vision Center. You can park in any available parking spaces.
When you enter the building, the Adult Congregation's worship sanctuary will be on your right; the Youth Group's on your left. You will see couple of ushers at the entrance of the sanctuary who will hand you the day's bulletin and welcome you to our service.
Our prayer meetings are held every Tuesday night at 8PM at church. A typical meeting lasts about an hour and is a time to come together to pray corporately as one body for our church and our surrounding communities. We gather to pray for the following reasons:
1) Prayer as Worship: We pray to God as a body, because he is the one who called and formed the church. Out of billions of people in the history of the world, he specifically chose for himself people who are exclusively his. The Church is his bride, his flock, his children, and his special possession. Praying together as a body is recognizing this amazing privilege, and we approach him humbly and confidently.
2) Prayer is Corporate Repentance: We confess our sins as a body, because there are many things we have done as a body that are contrary to His holy call. If we don't confess our sins as a body, we will never grow spiritually as a body. If the body does not grow, we, the individual members of that body, will not grow.
3) Prayer as Holy Work: It is God who saves and builds his Kingdom on earth. He chose to save the earth through the preaching/teaching of the Word, the service of the Church, and through the prayers of the Church. God moves as his people pray. Therefore, prayer is a holy work and one of the most important works that his people can do in this world. Romans 2:6 states that each person will be judged according to his own deeds. We believe one of the key areas we will be held accountable and have to answer for is how much we prayed for his church.
4) Prayer Unites the Church: We approach God as one body as we pray together. It is perhaps the best way we are united with one another. It is also the best way we love each other.
If you have prayer requests or questions about our prayer meeting, please contact us at email@example.com.
Small groups are a great way to get connected with our members in a more intimate setting. They provide a time outside of church setting for fellowship, prayer, and spiritual growth.
We currently have four small groups that meet weekly:Centreville
To get in touch with the group leaders or for information on the locations of the meetings, contact us.
Every Saturday at 7 pm, the Youth Group meets at church to worship through having devotionals or bible studies, while also engaging in fun events and activities.
Every Thursday night at 7 pm, we open up our indoor gym at the Vision Center to have a time of fellowship through friendly competition.
Currently, we alternate between basketball and volleyball.