At Haymarket Church we believe that Faith and Life Connect.
Haymarket Church is a new United Methodist Church that is committed to serving God and sharing God’s love in Haymarket, Virginia and the surrounding area. We gather each Sunday for worship and have opportunities throughout the week to engage each other and our community by building new relationships, serving our neighbors, and putting God’s love into action.
We believe that Christian faith should impact the way we live each day, and so our activities are meant to draw us into the love of God (and the loving community of God’s people) and send us forth to live for God each day.
Worship on Sundays!
We worship Sunday Mornings at 10 AM at Haymarket Elementary School.
15500 Learning Lane
Haymarket, Virginia 20169
Because we are a new church, we don’t have a “church building” in a traditional sense. We gather for worship each Sunday at 10:00 AM at Haymarket Elementary School, 15500 Learning Lane, Haymarket. You are invited to come and discover the presence of God during this time. For more about worship, check out our worship page.
Detour during Construction:In order to get to Haymarket Elementary, you currently have to take a detour (the main road to the school is under construction and will open in the fall). Coming from the Town of Haymarket, take Old Carolina Road towards 29. Turn right on Mercury Avenue. Turn Left on Haymarket Drive, and the school will be on your right.
Visit Us During the Week!
During the rest of the week (everything other than Sunday morning) we have a Ministry Center in downtown Haymarket, on the second floor of the Town Hall Building. Make an appointment to come by and see us!
15000 Washington Street, Suite 206
Haymarket, VA 20169
For more about things that happen at our Ministry Center, check out our events page.
Our worship is modern in style and also includes ancient practices that connect us to God and to people of faith across time and space. We like to talk about worship as being a time when we practice ancient traditions with a fresh spin so that we can better let ancient wisdom speak into our contemporary lives.
For more information about our worship, check out our worship page.
What Type of Church Are We?
We are a church that is open to all people, and that is committed to seeking God, seeking truth, and seeking connection with all of God’s people. We hold to many historic Christian beliefs, but we also are full of people who have struggles and doubts and wrestle with their faith. We believe that you don’t have to have it all figured out in order to be a part of the church. If you are willing to seek God and try to follow Jesus (or even if you’re just trying to figure out if you want that stuff), there is a place for you with us. For more about what we believe, check our What We Believe page.
In terms of our connection to other churches, we are a United Methodist Church. This means that we belong to a “big tent” denomination where lots of folks have lots of different opinions about God and life, but have found a way to come together in order to join in God’s work and share life together. For more about what it means to be a United Methodist, check out our What We Believe page.
We also have a special relationship with St. Thomas United Methodist Church in Manassas, Virginia. You may hear people talking about our “Manassas Campus” or “our other campus.” The people of St. Thomas United Methodist Church in Manassas were integral to establishing Haymarket Church and continue to provide us with amazing support (prayer, staffing, administrative help, financial support, pitching in on events, and much more).
For more about St. Thomas United Methodist Church visit their website: stthomasumc.org
The People of Haymarket Church
Our church includes people of a variety of ages, who live in a variety of places in the Haymarket/Gainesville/Manassas, who have a variety of backgrounds, and who have a variety of experiences in the church. We include infants, children, teenagers, and adults from fresh out of college to the joys of retirement. We include people who are lifelong Christians, people who are new to faith, people who have been away from church for years and are only now returning, and folks from all sorts of Christian traditions. We include people who are very confident in their faith and people who aren’t sure about what they believe but who really want to figure out this God/Jesus thing in the midst of a community.