We help each other to lead purposeful and enriched lives.

Book Chat

Book Chat meets on the second Tuesday of the month in the Library at 6:30 p.m. Contact Kathy Maher to be added to the e-mail list.

Book Chat (2019-2020)


Tuesday, September 10

The Weight of Ink, by Rachel Kadish (2018, 592 pp.)


Tuesday, October 8

Happiness is a Choice You Make, by John Leland (2018, 256 pp.) 


Tuesday, November 12

Where the Crawdads Sing, by Delia Owens (2018, 379 pp.)


No December Meeting – Happy Holidays!


Tuesday, January 14

America’s First Daughter, by Stephanie Dray & Laura Kamoie (2016, 579 pp.)


Tuesday, February 11

Morningstar, by Ann Hood (2017, 192 pp.)


Tuesday, March 10

Finding Dorothy, by Elizabeth Letts (2019, 368 pp.)


Tuesday, April 14

The Buried, by Peter Hessler (2019, 480 pp.)  


Tuesday, May 12

Classic: Persuasion, by Jane Austen (1817, 272 pp.)


Tuesday, June 9

Dinner, Fellowship, and Planning


Trinity Moms Group (TMG

Meets first Thursday at 8 p.m. at a different house each month. All are welcome for fun and interesting discussion related to families, parenting, church and hot/current topics. For more information and to add your name to the email list, please contact Jessica Faust.

McLean Evening Bible Study


September - May

7 - 8:30 p.m.

Trinity's Fellowship Building

Our small group Bible study is an interdenominational Bible study in your community.
People from different churches with varying levels of Bible knowledge gather in a
caring community to study and grow in relationship with the Lord through individual
study, small group discussions, effective teaching, and fellowship.

Please invite others — your friends, neighbors, business colleagues — to join us as we
“engage God’s Word.”

We studied the Book of Acts during 2018-19. Check back soon to find out this year's topic or contact one of our coordinators below.

How would your life change if Christ were your ultimate Source?

Jerome Johnson 571-230-9036

Denise Balzano 703-362-1130

Young professionals

We are young professionals who embrace the intellectual and practical exploration of Christianity, as we seek to increase our understanding of the nature of God and our relationship with him. We are also committed to understanding and applying the principles taught by Jesus to address key social issues of today's complex world. We plan fun fellowship outside of traditional church events, such as summertime outdoor activities, road trips, and dinners out. Our goal is to also expand our ministry with service to the local and world communities.

You do NOT have to be a member of the church to participate in any of our events. Whether you are married or single, or have children, we welcome you to join us!

Contact Keith Lee


We gather to support each other and to help us lead rewarding lives.

Trinity's men get together regularly to enrich each other's lives, while providing the support that may be needed during times of change and challenge. We try to continually develop the understanding, care and trust that are vital to all relationships both inside and outside our church. We have diverse backgrounds, but share a common focus on the understanding, honesty and fellowship that we all need.

Trinity's men meet on the third Wednesday of each month for a time of fellowship, prayer and Scripture. We often meet at a restaurant for a light breakfast. The prayer meeting begins at 7:00 a.m. and ends at 8. Evening meetings with special programs are held twice a year, as well as an annual men's retreat.

For more information, please contact Dan Moore