Reston Bible Church

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Reston Bible Church

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45650 Oakbrook Court
Dulles, VA 20166



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Who We Are

Reston Bible Church is a non-denominational church located in Dulles, Virginia. We exist to know Jesus Christ and to make Him known. RBC seeks to accomplish this through biblical preaching, teaching, and authentic Christian community here in Northern Virginia and around the world.

About Us

Casual, Multigenerational, Young families, Down to Earth, Creative, Friendly, Conservative

Community Service, Children's Ministry, Young Adults, Youth Group, Missions, Nursery, Adult Education, Food Pantry

Contemporary, Praise and Worship, Passionate Reverent



English, Spanish, American Sign Language


Our Services

What are services like?
Worship services are held Sundays at 9:00am and 11:00am. Our worship services include modern worship and teaching from the Bible. Services usually last about an hour and fifteen minutes and include Scripture readings, highlights of church life activities or events, prayer, communion and Bible-based teaching/preaching. Dress is casual—you will find people wearing anything from suits and ties to shorts and t-shirts. We have programs for youth and children during our services. Before and after each service, please take the opportunity to grab a cup of coffee and mingle in the lobby, visit our Welcome Desk for information or event registration, or stop by our bookstore to peruse a variety of staff-recommended resources for Christ-centered growth. You can learn more about about Sundays at Reston Bible Church here:

What is the community like?
Reston Bible Church is a non-denominational church located in Dulles, Virginia. We were founded in 1975 by Mike Minter (our pastor for teaching) and his wife Kay. RBC is a Bible-believing and Bible-preaching church with a passion for knowing Christ and making Him known. We seek to glorify God in all that we do. We want to be conformed to the image of Christ as we: Love God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength; Love our neighbors — in our own family, in the church, and in the world; Make disciples through missions, evangelism, baptism, and teaching.

What if I'm not a Christian?
Are you starting a journey with God? Are you returning to church after being away for a season? Do you have doubts about God? Feel like you're the only one struggling for answers or wondering about life's purpose? You're not alone, and we invite you to join us for Starting Point, a conversational environment where people can explore faith and experience community. It is an ideal setting for people with questions about faith as well as those who want to learn about basics of the Bible and Christianity. Starting Point takes place in a non-threatening small group environment where your opinions and beliefs will be respected as we explore the basic truths of the Christian faith. Learn more at


Mike Minter

Mike was born into a Navy family in Providence, Rhode Island, in 1944. His father was an Admiral and the family lived in Hawaii and had three different tours of duty at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD. Mike attended the Naval Academy and has a degree from Old Dominion University in Political Science. While traveling with a friend through Europe in 1970, Mike trusted the Lord Jesus Christ as his savior through this friend’s consistent witness. With a growing desire to study and teach the Scriptures, Mike entered Florida Bible College in 1972 and graduated in 1974 with a degree in Bible. It was at FBC that he met and married his wife, Kay, and was called to the ministry to start an evangelical work in Reston. The first Bible study was held in the home of Charles Swift in June of 1974, and the first RBC church service was in the Reston Sheraton in March of 1975. Mike and Kay live in Ashburn and have four grown children -- Kelly, Megan, Katie, and David -- and a growing number of grandchildren. As Pastor for Teaching, Mike’s responsibilities include the weekly preaching of the Word at three weekend services, teaching at FUEL, meeting regularly with the leadership of RBC, and giving overall direction for the church. Mike authored the book "A Western Jesus: The Wayward Americanization of Christ and the Church," along with several smaller publications that are available free on Apple iBooks.

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