Reston Presbyterian Church

Who We Are

RPC - Reaching People for Christ

We are a community of believers who desire to please God in worship and reach people with the good news of Jesus Christ. Over the years, RPC has seen the goodness of God’s love and faithfulness as He has led and sustained the church through challenges, development, and transformation. Still, through all of the changes, our roots from a small mission church remain alive today. We cherish the Bible as the Word of God and continue to seek new ways to connect with our community to bring the Gospel to the world around us. We strive to deepen our fellowship with one another, to equip members to share the life of Christ within them, and to strengthen every believer’s relationship with and reliance upon God.

Our Services

Service Times

  • 10:30am - Morning Service
  • 05:00pm - Evening Service

What to Expect

What are services like?
On Sunday mornings, we have a praise band made up of any number of different instruments on a given Sunday (e.g., piano, keyboard, guitar, bass, drums, brass/wind instruments, violin) and vocalists. As for worship format, we do not follow a traditional liturgy or a particular fixed worship format. Instead we incorporate a variety of elements on any given Sunday such as: we sing, we pray, we read Scripture, we share testimonies, we give tithes and offerings, we encourage through fellowship, we hear the Word of God preached, and we celebrate Communion (usually on the first Sunday of the month). We may use some elements of a traditional liturgy on any given Sunday to include a responsive reading of Scripture or the recitation together of a Christian creed. We strive to worship the Lord using variety instead of routine. The songs, the instrumentation, the format, are all free to change up on a week to week basis. What never changes is our commitment to seek the Lord with all our heart, mind, soul, and strength.

What is the community like?
The people of RPC are warm and friendly. You will know a few names before you even sit down. After the service is over, hang around to chat for a few minutes over drinks and snacks. Many of our body are organized into home fellowship groups that meet regularly in homes where you can get to know a smaller group of people more intimately.

What if I'm not a Christian?
You are welcome at RPC. Come and get to know us. See our faith in action. We do our best to explain what is happening, but feel comfortable to ask your questions. We are a friendly group of people of all ages and backgrounds and nationalities.


Chris Bear

Chris Bear


10610 Sunset Hills Rd
Reston, VA 20190-5400

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