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15 Oct 2019

Traveling, Northern Virginia, and Alpha

By Jason LaLone|2019-10-15T14:01:47-05:00Oct 15, 2019|Alpha, Our Community|

Hi, I’m Jason, and Alpha followed me around the world. For the past three and half years I have had the incredible privilege of being able to travel. From Australia, Europe, New Zealand and India I’ve been on a crazy journey of experiencing new cultures, different people, and incredible (though [...]

24 Sep 2019

Things I Love About Alpha

By |2019-09-24T08:42:46-05:00Sep 24, 2019|Alpha, Events|

I didn’t think I’d like Alpha before I tried it. I was already a Christian, so I wasn’t expecting to get anything out of it. But, the more I experience it, the more things I love about it. Here are a few of the things I love about Alpha: There’s [...]

16 Sep 2019

A Journey Through the Years

By Jason LaLone|2019-09-16T12:08:18-05:00Sep 16, 2019|Alpha|

In 2011, I was two years into my “real job”. I had graduated college, gotten my degree and set out to conquer the world. Conquering the world really meant becoming a true adult who had responsibilities, bills and college debt. Unfortunately paying those bills meant waking up at 5:30am every [...]

09 Sep 2019

Back to the Basics: What is Alpha?

By Becca Triplett |2019-09-09T10:05:44-05:00Sep 9, 2019|Alpha, Events|

Alpha is an eight to ten-week course that’s run all over the world that always includes three things: food, a talk about Christianity, and a small group discussion. We believe that community is built where people have a space to gather and discuss what they’re really thinking and feeling, and [...]

04 Sep 2019

Why Come to Hear Jacqueline Rivers?

By |2019-09-04T11:24:10-05:00Sep 4, 2019|News, Rector's Rough Draft|

Pope John Paul II said, “The future of the world passes through the family. I would add, “The future of America passes through the black family.” Why is this? Because when you see an intact, flourishing black family in America you are witnessing a sociological miracle. The two-parent, mother and [...]

13 Jun 2019

The Truro Institute Launching Fall 2019

By |2019-08-26T21:39:07-05:00Jun 13, 2019|Rector's Rough Draft|

This fall, Truro Anglican Church will launch the Truro Institute. The Institute board, Truro parish, and friends will gather for the guest lecture of Dr. Jacqueline Rivers, who will speak at Truro on September 21. Dr. Rivers is a Harvard sociologist and recognized world authority on the black church and [...]

18 Jan 2019

Your Kids Love Alpha

By Rev. Michael King|2019-01-18T11:34:39-05:00Jan 18, 2019|Alpha|

This past year, Hannah and I had our second baby. Well, she did most of the having, but our baby David was born last February. You’ve probably seen him, he’s the one who is objectively the most beautiful baby boy to be born this century, rivaled only by our firstborn, [...]

12 Jan 2019

Through the Years

By Jason Lalone|2019-01-15T16:45:08-05:00Jan 12, 2019|Alpha|

In 2011 I was two years into my “real job”. I had graduated college, gotten my degree and set out to conquer the world. Conquering the world really meant becoming a true adult who had responsibilities, bills and college debt. Unfortunately paying those bills meant waking up at 5:30am every [...]