Love God. Love Our Neighbor.

When Jesus summed up what he wanted us to be about, he said to love God with everything we have and to love our neighbor as ourselves. It’s easy to embrace that; it’s another thing to actually live it out. But what would happen if each follower of Jesus took this literally? Is it possible that our community’s biggest issues could be turned around by a group of people meeting in a neighborhood? At Fairfax Community Church, we are impacting the Kingdom in our neighborhoods. We are meeting with other folks from Fairfax and doing the things that Jesus said mattered most.

How do neighborhood groups work?

Neighborhood groups require a ten-week commitment and average around 8 to 12 people in a group. They meet weekly to share, study God’s Word, and build relationships. The groups are offered three times a year — fall, winter, and spring, taking a break for the summer.

Fall Quarter
Neighborhood Groups

Neighborhood Groups began the week of September 29th and are meeting for 10 weeks (excluding the week of Thanksgiving), ending December 7th. Fall Quarter sign-ups closed on October 26th.


Registration for the Winter Quarter begins January 5. Get a head start and check out the available groups on our interactive map.

Winter Quarter Calendar

Winter Sign-ups: Jan 5 – Feb 15
Essentials Training for Leaders & Hosts: Jan 13
Winter Quarter: Jan 27 – Apr 5



If you have any other questions about joining a neighborhood group or would like more information, please contact the Community Life office at or call 703.745.1040.

Interested in being a neighborhood group leader? Apply Here