Young Adult

Our Young Adults gather twice a month for fellowship, encouragement, and fun! Join us on the 1st Sunday of each month, as we enjoy lunch together after worship. And join us on the 3rd(ish) Saturday of the month for social and service activities. If you consider yourself a “young adult”, come on out!

Stop Hunger Now Meal Packaging Event-Saturday Oct. 24, 1-3 PM

Join the movement to end hunger in our lifetime.  Help us reach our goal to package 10,000 meals.  Stop Hunger Now’s meal packaging events are a fun, family-friendly (all adults & children 4+), and hands-on way to make a difference and impact the lives of those suffering from hunger.

To volunteer at the event or to make a donation to the Christ Crossman event, visit the event page.

Faith Day with the Nationals!

Join us in celebrating faith and Nationals Baseball with Faith & Family Day at Nationals Park on Saturday, September 19th as the Washington Nationals take on the Miami Marlins!nationals_park_275x135

Everyone is invited.  This is the “official” Young Adult, Young Family, AND Youth Group activity, plus it’s a great opportunity for all of Christ Crossman to gather outside of church, and bring a friend!

The game begins at 4:05, and after the game there will be a special presentation of Nationals players testimonies and a concert featuring local area choirs.

Tickets are $12 ($5 from every ticket sold will help benefit The House DC, which aims to transform and empower the lives of inner city youth and their families through Jesus, by giving them hope, a productive future, and a changed community; the House DC seeks to meet the physical & spiritual needs of youth in Anacostia and beyond).

To claim your ticket in the CCUMC block, email the office .

See you at the ballpark!

Stuff the Truck

Along with other faith communities of Falls Church Community Service Council (FCS), we are participating in this year’s Stuff the Truck on Aug. 23.  Whether you wish to serve by donating items, or physically help stuff the truck on the 23, this is a great opportunity for hands on ministry in support of the food pantry.

Donations needed:

-canned fruit                                      -cooking oil

-spaghetti sauce                                -diapers & pull-ups (all sizes)

-jelly                                                     -wipes

-canned beef stew                             -paper towels

-laundry detergent

Please drop-off items by Aug. 23 in one of the donation bins by Aug. 23.

Small Group—Covenant Bible Study

This Covenant experience will guide participants in a comprehensive, in-depth study of the Bible over twenty-four weeks, in three sets of eight weeks. Unlike the learning you may have experienced in other groups, this in-depth study of the whole Bible emphasizes the biblical concept of covenant as a unifying pattern through all the books in the Old and New Testaments. It underscores the unique relationship that God chooses to have with us as God’s people. This relationship is grounded in the faithfulness of God’s love and on our ongoing commitment to stay in love with God while we share signs of that love with others.

The first eight-week session—Creating–begins in late September and will finish up by Thanksgiving. As of now, two small group sessions are scheduled, though if you are interested in a different time and another place (such as a home), please contact Pastor Mochel.

Sundays, 6 to 7:30 p.m.

Mondays, 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

The cost of the participant’s guides is $50 for all three, or $17.50 for one of the eight week sessions. Payment will be collected at the first meeting.


This Is Your Church: A Conversation


June 14, 11 a.m.

Everyone, youth and adult, is encouraged to join together after worship on June 14 for an important gathering over lunch, at 11 a.m. in the sanctuary.

We will discuss and learn about the mission, vision, and values of Christ Crossman and how God is calling us to be and make disciples of Jesus Christ, sharing the ways we organize and fund this ministry, especially with the opportunity for each of us to grow and serve together. The support and participation of all is needed as we continue to move forward faithfully and sustainably.

Child care and supervision is provided


Bake Auction

Bring a baked good for the auction, or come to purchase your favorite holiday treats.  One hundred percent of the proceeds go to the summer 2015 youth mission trips.

Angel Tree

Please take an ornament from the angel tree in support of the residents of Christ House. The ornaments describe the requests for needed items.  Donations will be collected through Sunday, Dec. 14.

Giving Tuesday, December 2

Make a difference! On December 2, Giving Tuesday (after Black Friday, Cyber Monday), we can join together and make a difference for the world. Last year, we, along with many others, gave $6.5 million to projects all over the world. This year, United Methodist Global Ministries has matching funds for the first $1,000,000 given*. Any gift of any size is important.

Here are a few options we suggest:

Combating Hunger by Rebuilding Rural Haitian Families

Support ICT4D (Information & Communications Technology for Development)

Imagine No Malaria

For more projects, see UMCOR.


*Global Ministries will allocate the matching funds dollar for dollar up to the first $1 million in gifts to Advance projects received online on Dec. 2 between 12 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. EST. A maximum of $2,500 per individual gift to a project will be dispersed as matching funds. A project may receive a maximum of $25,000 in matching funds. – See more at:

Lets Talk Turkey

Pastor Mochel, Jen, and Maggie will be leading the next panel discussion answering your spiritual, ethical, and theological questions.  Email your question(s) to

Thanksgiving Food Drive

We are collecting non-perishable food items on behalf of the FCS Food Pantry to be distributed to 120 local families who would otherwise go hungry this Thanksgiving season.

Most needed items:


-1 lb. bags of rice

-meals in a can (i.e. beef stew)


-spaghetti sauce

-cleaning and laundry supplies

Drop-off items in the blue bins inside the church doors, labeled “Thanksgiving food drive.”