Join us this coming Sunday for worship! Our summer schedule continues this week, with services at 8:00 AM (in the chapel) and 10:00 AM (in the sanctuary and online).

Readings: Colossians 1:21-29 / Psalm 15 / Luke 10:38-42

Preacher (7/17): Mary Maggard Hays

Livestream link (10:00 AM and on-demand any time after): Click HERE

Children:  Truro Kids, Club 56 and The Nest (3 month-preK) will be open during the 10 AM service. Please register HERE

Name Tags: Thanks for stopping and creating a name tag each Sunday. Look for people wearing Volunteer name tags–ask them what they are doing and consider how you too can serve one another. 

Connection Center: Stop by the Connection Center on the brick patio for coffee and fellowship after the 10 AM service on Sunday. Check out the events board and ministry board to discover ways to connect with others in the Truro Community.

Dear Truro Family,

This summer we’re devoting our sermons to digging deeply into the Gospel according to Luke. As we spend time focusing on Jesus’ interactions with all sorts of people, listening to his messages, considering his questions, and peeling back all the layers of his parables, our prayer is that two things are happening:

First, that we would see Jesus, “in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge” (Colossians 2:3).

Second, that we would see through Jesus, “for by him all things were created… and in him all things hold together” (Colossians 3:16, 17).

We all need this kind of spiritual double-vision. And that’s why we’re spending so much time in Luke this summer.

C.S. Lewis once wrote: “I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen; not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.”

The gospels help that to happen. They invite us not only to look upon Jesus, but also to look through him. In this way, he is our vision, and he is our wisdom. He is the focal point of our life, and he is the light that illuminates our life. He is the Son of God that has risen, and he invites us to see his radiant light, and to see everything else by his light.

May we be a people who never grow tired of digging deeply into the gospel, and looking intentionally at Jesus, praying that he would be the object of our worship and the lens through which we see the world.

Your brother,



  • Men's Breakfast, Saturday, July 16 from 9-11 AM in the Undercroft. Whether you are new to Truro or have been here a while, this is a great opportunity to enjoy a warm meal, fellowship with other men, and hear the hearts of two speakers. Chip Webb will talk about what he is learning in his journey through personal health challenges, and Jesse Brown will talk about ways we can grow together in community and service. Register HERE.

  • Young Adults, we’re having lunch at Ornery in downtown Fairfax after the 10 AM service this summer – we’ll meet outside and walk together. Contact Summer Farinas or Genna Walnut with questions.

  • Youth Pool Party this Wednesday, July 20, 6-8 PM, at Mosby Woods Pool (3136 Plantation Pkwy, Fairfax, VA 22030). Bring $10 for a guest pass and pizza money. Contact Summer Fariñas for details.

  • Free books for the taking! Stop at the Family Ministry tent to say “hello” or talk about volunteering and take home a book or two with you. New books every Sunday until they are all gone. 



  • Interested in joining a Community Group? Let us know! We have a wide range of groups, who meet together in a wide range of ways. Some groups meet weekly, others every other week. Some share a life stage, while others are intergenerational. Some groups are geographically based, while others meet online. All of our groups share one thing in common – they’re communities committed to figuring out how to faithfully follow Jesus, together. 



  • It’s almost here! Truro’s youth group is returning to Philadelphia for a mission trip July 24–30. Stop by the Envelope Board after the service to learn more about the trip and how you can support our students. Pick a donation envelope, take it home and fill it with cash/check to match the envelope amount and drop in the offering on Sunday. Contact Summer Farinas for more info.

  • Backpacks for kids: Truro has committed to provide 175 backpacks for middle and high school children through Western Fairfax Christian Ministry. We only have 36 right now. Please help us meet our goal. Bring them any Sunday in July or order from Truro’s Amazon Wish List here:

  • Our Buildings and Grounds Committee is hoping to identify parishioners who have a particular expertise, professional background or skill set in the following areas: architecture, construction, engineering, general contracting, landscaping, or other areas such as electrical, plumbing, roofing, painting. This list will help us to know who in our parish has an interest in these areas or a skill we may need. Please email Nancy Gordon with this information. The Building and Grounds committee is a very small committee but occasionally there is an opening. If you would be willing to serve on this committee in the future, please add that to your email.

  • The Vestry is also looking for someone with HR skills who could volunteer to advise the Personnel Committee on HR-related matters. Please contact Daria Brown if that might be you. 

  • The Acolyte Ministry needs you! Rising 6th-12th graders are eligible. All training provided. Wonderful way to serve the Lord and your parish. Email Kim Buchanan or call 703.407.9025 for details.

TIPS Truro International Programs & Services

We are delighted to welcome Clare Mountfort as the new assistant director of TIPS.  Clare has long ties to Truro–she grew up in Fairfax and accepted Christ at a Truro youth event, and her in-laws were sent as Truro missionaries to Wales. Clare spent 20 years in France and has extensive experience working with people from around the world.  

TIPS Summer Programs are well underway. Our Conversation Clubs and Christianity Explored classes have spawned great discussions and deepening relationships. Fifty students are meeting one-to-one for conversation with volunteers, and several families are sharing meals with international families as well.

Fall ESOL classes begin on September 14. We encourage you to start praying about volunteering with this great ministry–look for more information soon or contact Myra Hinote.

Longtime Truro members Shyam and Mary Monaysar are asking to share their need for a new kidney for Shyam. While Shyam has been receiving dialysis for some time, it has become clear that a donation would give him the freedom and ability to live a longer, healthier and more normal life with his family. 

You can email Mary or call her 571.276.4770 for more information. 

Truro Preschool and Kindergarten (TPK) | Teachers

TPK is looking to fill the following positions for the 2022-23 school year:

  • Five day a week Kindergarten teacher. Hours: 8:30-2:30
  • Substitute teaching assistants
 Please contact Fiona Bracy for more details.

Flowers this Sunday are offered by Marilyn Tangonan and Maggie Marcum in memory of their father, Dick Major, who was born 100 years ago this weekend.

We welcome donations of flowers in memory or in honor of loved ones. Please click HERE if you would like to order flowers for a Sunday Service.

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To give via U.S. mail: Send a check to Truro Anglican at 10520 Main St., Fairfax, VA 22030.

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