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Ways to Get Connected

There are many ways to become involved at Rock Spring. The links below may help you find your niche. Or, contact one of our pastors, who would also love to get to know you and help you find your place at Rock Spring.

If you haven't already done so, we encourage you to sign up for our weekly email publication, This Week @ Rock Spring, which is the best way to stay in touch with all that's happening at Rock Spring Congregational Church.

"All Hands On Deck" Service Projects

Our "All Hands On Deck" is a time to come and serve with your friends and family.  After our 11:00 a.m. worship service, join the congregation for a light lunch, followed by a variety of service projects that last until early afternoon.

Small Groups

Rock Spring has dozens of small groups engaged in everything from knitting to tree planting.  Groups as small as 4 or five meet for lunch, a monthly book discussion, Pub Theology, or a bike ride.  Some folks help bag meals for the local food assistance program. Whatever piques your interest, come join us!

Adult Education

We offer many opportunities for adult education. You’ll find short-term book groups, retreats, long-term Bible Studies, our weekly video discussion series, Faith+Life, and more.




Working in teams of two, Rock Springers are responsible for five MOW routes on the first and third Fridays of each month.

Our Mission Projects

For each service, lay members serve as liturgists who read the call to worship, the biblical texts, and call the ushers forward to collect the offering.

Rock Spring has a strong and growing relationship with the Shirlington Employment and Education Center, known as SEEC, in South Arlington.

Greeters volunteer to greet all who enter our worship services and provide a welcoming environment.

Although we are meeting online these days, we still have plenty of opportunities to extend our hospitality.

The Ambassadors volunteer in the church office answering phones, greeting guests, and helping with clerical duties.

Ushers provide a warm welcome, pass out bulletins, help people find seats, and help collect the offering every Sunday.

Latest News

Back by popular demand, the Produce Bagging Program in Carpenter Hall will be up and running starting in May, on Monday afternoons. This program helps local gardeners get their produce to local food pantries.