Belong. Thrive. Go. 

We encourage people to belong to the body of Christ, enable our members to thrive in His word, and equip our members to go and share their faith story. 

This Week’s Worship Services

9:00 am Traditional Service

 

11:15 am Contemporary Service

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Every Sunday, the D-Street Children’s Program for ages two to twelve, is back in the Rock Building starting at 10:00 am in the Monkey Room during Small Group, and at 11:00 am in the Main D-Street Hallway for those going to Contemporary Service at 11:15 am.

Two Worship Styles, One Church Family.

Sunday Worship Times:
9:00 am – Traditional 8800 Sudley Rd
10:00 am – Small Group Hour
11:15 am – Contemporary 8730 Sudley Rd

Address: 8730 Sudley Rd, Manassas, VA 20110

Please note:

We have transitioned to limited in-person worship. Attendance is open to whomever wishes to join us for worship in the church building. Registration is necessary so that we don’t exceed the capacity of the indoor spaces and masks must be worn in the building. Register to worship with us in person.

Both worship services are broadcast on Sunday morning and can be viewed here on the website as well as on our Facebook page. Connect with us on Facebook.

Please contact the church office for more information.

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History of the Church

When eight people met in a borrowed church building to start what would become Manassas Baptist Church more than 135 years ago, Manassas was a small town.  Over the years, this small town grew into a small city and the church grew and changed right along with it.

At the dawn of the new millennium, Manassas Baptist realized that as the community grew larger, more and more people felt disconnected from just that – a sense of community.  So, in a gigantic leap of faith, the church expanded its campus in 2002 by purchasing the former Marsteller Middle School and ‘The Rock” Community Center was born.

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