New Sermon Series: Faith That Works

For the next month, we will explore the Book of James. This letter, written to many churches in many places, seeks to provide practical advice on how we can live out our faith in everyday life. For James, God is the source of all life who calls us to live... Read More »

VBC in Action: Reflections on Generosity Feeds

On Saturday, May 12th, 350 volunteers of all ages gathered together to package 15,000 meals at the Generosity Feeds event. These meals will be distributed through our local schools to children suffering from food insecurity. Vienna Baptist Church co-led the missions project that brought together five local churches and many... Read More »

Welcome Miriam Cho

We are excited to announce that Miriam Cho will serve as our ministerial intern this summer. Miriam is a rising second-yearstudent in the Master of Divinity degree program at Duke Divinity School in Durham, N.C. Miriam is the third Duke summer intern VBC has welcomed for a 10-week period. We... Read More »

Join a Lenten Prayer Group Today

The forty days between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday have been a meaningful time for Christians throughout the centuries. Lent is a season in the Church calendar when we focus on reflection and spiritual renewal, commemorating Jesus’ time of fasting and prayer in the wilderness before he began his public ministry.... Read More »

The Power of Perspective

Recently, I watched a great TED talk by Dr. Alison Ledgerwood, a psychology professor at the University of California, Davis. Her talk explored how easy it is to get stuck in negative perspectives and the effort it takes to get unstuck. We’re all familiar with that age-old divide between people... Read More »