APC seeks to fulfill the Great Commission by providing our members with evangelistic training and the necessary resources to effectively present the gospel. For more information on how you can become involved in various evangelistic events and opportunities throughout the year, contact the church office.
APC has welcomed more than two dozen refugees into our congregation. Most are from Africa—men and women fleeing political and religious persecution. It is a tremendous mutual blessing to worship together, and to serve these new Americans as they learn English, seek employment and endeavor to reunite with family members who are often left behind.
Connect—the intersection of Christ, community and cancer—is a newly formed cancer support group open to cancer survivors and those currently going through treatment. Read the Connect Cancer Blog for encouragement if you're facing cancer or contact the church office to learn more.
The Missions Committee works directly with our missionaries abroad and at home, as well as coordinates teams of short-term mission programs. Learn more about missions at Alexandria Presbyterian Church.
This ministry provides meals to those with short-term needs, such as a death in family, injury or illness, surgery, new baby, etc. Contact the church office to volunteer or to receive assistance.
Each Sunday, APC offers a time of fellowship for our seniors or others who might find the stairs down to the Fellowship Hall challenging. These folks gather on the main level in the Adult Wing at 10:15am for coffee and snacks while they fellowship and pray together. APC also provides handicap-accessible transportation to/from nearby senior living facilities for worship each Sunday. Other social activities for seniors take place throughout the year.
Each Sunday when you arrive to worship, you will be greeted and welcomed with a warm smile and a handshake. If you're new, greeters will answer your questions and help you to feel welcome. Greeters also pass out the Sunday worship bulletins.
APC's Hospitality volunteers transform every fellowship event into a truly special occasion, assisting with everything from decorations to food. They also help with Sunday morning coffee during the fellowship time.
A team of dedicated individuals take turns arriving early on Sunday mornings to ensure that the church is open and set up and ready for worship.