These links to other websites are provided for your convenience and reference. Please note that the websites will open in a new browser window.
Additional information about some of these sites is provided below the table.
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VPC Student Ministries
Presbyterian Church (USA)
Presbyterian Women (PW)
National Capital Presbytery
Presbyterians for Renewal
Brambleton Presbyterian Church,
Brambleton (Loudoun Co.), Virginia
Centreville Presbyterian Church,
Riverside Presbyterian Church,
Haymarket Crossroads Mission
Prince William County, VA
Boy Scout Troop 152 -- Thunderbirds -- Vienna, Virginia
Cub Scout Pack 1116, Vienna Virginia
Presbyterian Women (PW) is the national women's organization of the Presbyterian Church (USA). With a history of more than 200 years, PW is committed to nurturing faith, supporting the church's mission, working for justice, and building community. It is organized at all levels of the Presbyterian Church (USA) in congregations, presbyteries, and synods as well as General Assembly.
If you are a Presbyterian and plan to visit another city or geography, or move there, you should visit this site. Under the Congregations selection there is an option to find information on other congregations in 3 different ways: by ZIP code, by name and location, or by Presbytery.
To find out more about Presbyterian beliefs and practices, visit www.pcusa.org/oga/publications.htm.
If you are interested in the governance of the Presbyterian Church, here is a link you should investigate. The Constitution of the Presbyterian Church (USA), Part 1, The Book of Confessions, and Part II, The Book of Order: www.pcusa.org/oga/constitution.htm.
The following link provides an opportunity to contribute via credit card to aid disaster victims through the Presbyterian Disaster Assistance Program. Visit www.pcusa.org/pda/.
The National Capital Presbytery is comprised of over 36,000 people -- most of whom belong to one of 113 congregations, two missions, or five immigrant fellowships -- and spans seven counties in Virginia, four counties in Maryland, and the District of Columbia. Our community is rich in diversity and culture, race, age, theology, economy, and special interests. Because we are a connectional church, we are bound to all other congregations in our denomination by its organizational structure and its Book of Order. There are many aspects to this community of faith -- the congregations, the committees, the commissioners and the staff. Summary Presbytery Minutes and Budgets can be reviewed at this website.
There have been several new church developments in the Northern Virginia area by the National Capital Presbytery. VPC played a major role in planning, sponsoring and supporting these new ministries with personnel and funding in their early stages. These churches (or plans for churches) are:
If you are new to Scouting, getting ready to bridge from Cub Scouts into Boy Scouts, or are new to the Vienna, Virginia area and are looking for a Troop to transfer into, be sure to visit Troop 152's web site. There you can learn more about this troop, and about the national organization - the Boy Scouts of America.
Cub Scout Pack 1116 is sponsored by VPC. It is open to all boys in the first through fifth grades. It meets at Wolftrap Elementary School and primarily serves areas in and adjacent to that school's attendance area though any boy is welcome. Boys can join at any grade. For more information visit Pack 1116's web site.