Community Groups

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An important part of our church's ministry is to open our doors to outside community groups and provide a warm and welcoming space. For more information on when these groups meet, go to the church's calendar or email

Below are groups that we host:

* Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) 101 - AA is an international fellowship of men and women who seek to main sobriety. It is a nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial. apolitical group.

Alcoholics Anonymous Support Group - A support group for those in recovery.

*Al-Anon - Al‑Anon is a mutual support program for people whose lives have been affected by someone else's drinking.

Bel Air Woman's Club - This group is a community service organization that, among other things, raises funds for scholarships and helps with the sponsorship of the Prince William Spelling Bee.

Bereaved Parents of the USA (BPUSA) - This is a group of bereaved parents who help other grieving parents and families rebuild their lives following the death of a child.

Compass 4-H - A group that helps develop citizenship, leadership, responsibility and life skills in youth through experiential learning programs and a positive youth development approach

Emmaus Reunion Groups - Church members who have completed the Walk to Emmaus. We also host an annual gathering of the Great Emmaus community.

God and Country - A Bible-based religious emblems program for Protestants (used for both the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts) designed to bring children, youth, and families to Christ.

Peace Church - A Spanish-speaking congregation that uses our sanctuary for their worship.

POISED - Group fitness Class.

* RIF (Reading is Fundamental - Helps adults learn to read.

TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) - TOPS offers tools and programs for healthy living and weight management, with exceptional group fellowship and recognition.

Scouts - Cub Scout Pack 289, *Boy Scout Troop 964, Girl Scout Troops 409, 1859 and 2279.

*Church sponsored activities


AA 101, AA Support Group