We pray for grace and peace.

The APC leadership continues to pray for grace and peace for you in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Our Sunday morning online service will continue, in addition to our in-person worship service on Sundays at 8:45am.

Please consider joining us at 8am every Sunday morning for a pre-service prayer meeting via Zoom or in the Chapel at Russell Road.

We Are Here For You

If You Are Sick

Let us know if you are sick, lonely, have prayer requests or other needs by contacting our office or your ministry leaders. Contact our Shepherding Team Leader, Chris Weld. He will connect you with your Shepherding Team.

Your deacons are available to help you! If you have any material or physical needs. Contact any of our deacons, including Bruce Barham (703-236-1825) or Sam White (703-304-8840).

Visit APC Online

If you’ve worshipped with us, it would be a joy to get to know you better. Please fill out this form to tell us more about yourself, share prayer requests, or request more information about ministry opportunities. We also invite you to check our our biweekly info meetings on Zoom.



Consider joining us for Sunday worship at 8:45am at our Russell Road Campus!



Online Giving Options

  • Mailing your check to Alexandria Presbyterian Church, 2405 Russell Road, Alexandria, VA, 22301
  • Automatic check payments made through your bank online bill pay – use the Russell Road address
  • On-line through the APC website giving page
  • Mobile App – Give through the church’s mobile app
  • Send a text from your cell phone – text GIVE to:7037832683 (this will generate a link to APC’s online giving platform – fill in your payment info to complete your gift the first time.  From then on you can text the amount and fund ex. 50 GF (or Arise or DF). View instructions.

Until we see each other again…

We are still one family in Christ, even when we’re not together physically!  Keep in mind that we are in the hands of a loving and mighty God, whatever comes our way in this world. We will not be ruled by fear. We will instead be prayerful and seek wisdom from the Spirit.  We can learn through this to trust God more deeply, praying not just for ourselves, but for all those who are suffering, vulnerable, and fearful. We can pray for those who are working on treatments and vaccines, for the medical professionals who care for others while also being exposed to the diseases they are treating, and for the public officials who bear such responsibility in times like this.