Fairfax Community Church

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Coordinates: 38°49′57.9″N 77°20′20.8″W / 38.832750°N 77.339111°W / 38.832750; -77.339111

Fairfax Community Church
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Location Braddock Road, Fairfax County, Virginia
Country United States
Denomination Church of God
Clergy
Senior pastor(s) Rod Stafford

Fairfax Community Church (Fairfax.cc) is an evangelical congregation located in Fairfax County, Virginia. The church is affiliated with the Church of God, Anderson, Indiana. By membership, the church is classified as a megachurch, with an average weekly attendance in 2012 of 2,158.[1] It served as a satellite site for the 2007-2010 Willow Creek Association Global Leadership Summit.[2]

History[edit]

Fairfax Community Church was founded in 1929. The church facilities were located on Hunt Road in Fairfax starting in 1934. The congregation moved to new facilities on Braddock Road in 2005.[3]

Denominational affiliation[edit]

This church is part of the Church of God Reformation Movement.[4] The denomination today is commonly called "Church of God, Anderson, Indiana" to distinguish it from numerous other fellowships using the name "Church of God."

Other affiliations[edit]

Fairfax Community Church maintains close ties with Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana, the denomination's flagship school. Senior Pastor Rodney Stafford gave the commencement address to the March 2005 graduating class.[5]

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