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Traditional Worship - 8:30 & 11:15 a.m.
Sunday School & Adult Classes - 10:00 a.m.
Come Alive! service 10 a.m.



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Buckhall is a vibrant, active, Methodist Church located on beautiful Prince William Parkway in Manassas, VA.

We are a growing and loving community full of families, young and old, as well as singles of all age groups.  Our ministries span generations and socio-economic boundaries.  We welcome you to join us for worship any time.


 

 

Worship Services

Buckhall United Methodist Church is located just outside Historic Manassas. 

Our Services changed on September 4th:

Traditional Worship Services will be held at 8:30am and 11:15am. Contemporary Worship Service are held at 10:00am.  

Holy Communion is offered the first Sunday of every month at all services.  

Children's services will take place following Children's Time during each traditional service.

In additon, Sunday School sessions are at 10:00am and nursery care is available during all services, though children are welcome at all times.

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Please join us on the second Monday of every month at 7 p.m. for Men's fellowship!!!

Buckhall United Methodist Church provides men an opportunity to come together for fellowship and growth in the Lord on a Monthly basis.  We currently

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Please join us on the fourth Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Buckhall Gathering Room for fellowship!!!

Buckhall proudly serves our community of Veterans, through Veterans.  

Our Veterans proudly support others who served, and those who

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Please Join us on Thursdays for our Crafting Community!!!

We are a fellowship of local crafters who love to create with their hands. Work on your project: knitting, crocheting, quilting, beading, embroidery, etc. We are also the home of the

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We are continuing the series "The Lives of Great Christians" that we started more than 2 years ago.  Plese feel free to follow along at your own pace with the following documents that we use to guide our learning.

 

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Thomas More as described by his friend, Erasmus

Of Thomas More himselfErasmushas left us a wonderful portrait in his famous letter to Ulrich von Hutten dated 23 July, 1519 (Epp. 447). The description is too long to give in full, but some extracts must be made.

To begin then with what is leastknownto you, in stature he is not tall, though not remarkably short. His limbs are formed with such perfect symmetry as to leave nothing to be desired. His complexion is white, his face rather than pale and though by no means ruddy, a faint flush of pink appears beneath the whiteness of his skin. His hair is dark brown or brownish black. The eyes are grayish blue, with some spots, a kind which betokens singular talent, and among the Englishis considered attractive, whereasGermansgenerally prefer black. It is said that none are so free ofvice. His countenance is in harmony with hischaracter, being always expressive of an amiablejoyousness, and even an incipient laughter and, to speakcandidly, it is better framed forgladnessthan for gravity or dignity, though without any approach to folly or buffoonery. The right shoulder is a little higher than the left, especially when he walks. This is not a defect of birth, but the result ofhabitsuch as we often contract. In the rest of hisperson there is nothing to offend . . .He seems born and framed for friendship, and is a most faithful and enduring friend . . .When he finds any sincere and according to his heart, he so delights in theirsocietyand conversation as to place in it the principal charm of life . . .In a word, if you want a perfect model of friendship, you will find it in no one better than in More . . .Inhuman affairs there is nothing from which he does not extract enjoyment, even from things that are most serious. If he converses with the learned and judicious, he delights in their talent, if with theignorantand foolish, he enjoys their stupidity. He is not even offended by professional jesters. With a wonderful dexterity he accommodates himself to every disposition. As a rule, in talking withwomen, even with his own wife, he is full of jokes and banter. No one is less led by the opinions of the crowd, yet no one departs less fromcommon sense. . .