Holy Trinity, Fairfax
Reformed Episcopal Church

About Us

Holy trinity church is a traditional Anglican parish in Fairfax, VA, called to make disciples of Jesus Christ by proclaiming the truth of the Gospel in Word and Sacrament.

we are called to be:

  1. A worshipping community We are called to worship God using the liturgy, specifically the Biblical and historic Book of Common Prayer. Our lives are to be ordered by faithful prayer.
  2. A teaching community We are called to know and love God’s Word, the Bible. This is accomplished through preaching and teaching the Word of God to all age levels.
  3. A sacramental community We are called to faithfully receive the Sacraments, especially Baptism and the Lord’s Supper. The sacraments are God’s means of grace to us.
  4. A loving community We are called to love God and our neighbors. This is expressed in faithful obedience, and in self-sacrificial service to one another within the Church.
  5. A serving community We are called to reach out to those in the community, and the world, with the love of Christ. This is expressed in self-sacrificial service to those outside the Church.

How To Find Us

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For worship on Sundays:
11204 Braddock Rd, Fairfax
Mailing address:
10500 Sager Ave., Suite D,
Fairfax, VA 22030


Directions: We currently meet in a gym at Trinity Christian School. Enter in the school building on the left, and follow the signs all the way down the stairs to the bottom level.
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Our Clergy & Staff


Fr. Josiah Jones

Rector


Rt. Rev. Daniel Morse

Bishop Ordinary


Trudy Gelfand

Organist

Who We Are

Holy trinity church is a part of the Anglican Church in North America (acna) and the Reformed Episcopal Church (rec).

We maintain a classical Anglican identity along with the global Anglican Communion, which has around 85 million members worldwide.

The REC has remained faithful to the Word of God, proclaimed the Gospel, and worshipped according to the Book of Common Prayer for over 140 years. You can learn more about the REC here, and about the ACNA here.

Vibrant Ministries

Whether it is the Choir that interests you, or weekday Evening Prayer, there is a way for you express your devotion. Vacation Bible School in the summers and the annual Catechism classes help both the young and the old learn in the sight of the Lord. Frequent Bible Studies give a platform for a regular study of the Holy Scriptures. Men’s Prayer Breakfast and Women’s Fellowship keep God’s people in close community.

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