I Am New to ASBC
Visiting a church can sometimes be a little overwhelming. If this is your first time as a guest, you may have lots of questions such as what time is service, is there praise & worship, where can I park, are there classes for children, etc. This page offers you a starting point with information for some of the first areas you may need assistance in! Should you have specific inquiries, please contact the church office at (703) 683-2222
Come join the ASBC family at worship this week! Please join us for any of these opportunities to learn and grow in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ!
Our Christian Education ministry offers classes throughout the church calendar year that are biblical and basic; real and relevant in meeting the needs of the congregants to mature in their relationship with God, with others, and to “Build Disciples to Win the world for Christ.” We welcome and assist all to have an understanding of who they are, as the children of God, through the transforming power of God’s presence in their lives and to discover ways and means to respond to God’s unconditional love as disciples making disciples.
At Alfred Street Baptist Church, we recognize that everyone goes through challenging circumstances, the loss of a loved one, transitions, relational pain and difficult seasons of life. No matter how big or small our “Well Being”ministries (Cancer Care and Awareness, DivorceCare, DivorceCare4Kids, Griefshare, Recovery and HIV/Aids, Deaf or Hard of Hearing) are support groups to help persons experiencing pain from one of these life crises. For information on one of these ministries you can contact the person linked to the ministry. Our pastoral staff is also available to discuss a variety of personal and relationship issues call us at (703) 683-2222.
See the Gospel Outreach Ministry
Contact: Deacon Karen DeSandies
To bridge the gap between the hearing and deaf communities with the ultimate purpose of winning deaf souls to Christ. To provide American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation during the Sunday morning worship hour and during other worship services when requested. To provide ASL classes to the church community with the purpose of bridging the linguistic gap between the deaf and hearing communities. Last but not least, to establish outreach partnerships with the deaf community and the Alfred Street Baptist Church Family.