Snapshots of Faith
St. James Episcopal Church, Leesburg VA http://www.stjamesleesburg.org/ JUNE 2008
Bethany United Methodist Church, Purcellville VA http://www.bethanymethodist.com/ JUNE 2008
St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Purcellville VA http://www.stpetes.net/ AUGUST 2008
St. Francis De Sales, Purcellville VA http://stfrancisdesalescatholicchurch.org/ OCTOBER 26 2008
Abundant Life Church of God, Hamilton VA http://loudounextra.washingtonpost.com/places/abundant-life-church-of-god/ SEPTEMBER 2008 & FEBRUARY 2009
King of Kings Worship Center, Purcellville VA, http://kingofkingsworshipcenter.org/ NOVEMBER 2 2008
Northern Virginia Baha'i, Sterling VA, http://www.novabahaicenter.org/ JANUARY 4 2009
All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS), Sterling VA, http://www.adamscenter.org/ FEB 2009
Round Hill United Methodist Church, Round Hill VA http://www.gbgm-umc.org/RoundHill/home.htm PENDING
St. James United Church of Christ, Lovettsville VA http://www.uccwebsites.net/stjamesucclovettsvilleva.html PENDING
New Jerusalem Lutheran Church, Lovettsville VA, http://www.njlclovettsville.org/ MAY 2015
Hamilton Baptist Church, Hamilton VA, http://www.hamiltonbaptist.com/ MARCH 1 2009
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Hamilton VA, http://www.lds.org MARCH/APRIL 2009
Unitarian Universalists, Sterling VA, http://www.uusterling.org/ MARCH/MAY 2009
Brownsville 2nd Mount Olive Baptist Church, Hamilton VA, FEB/JUNE 2009
Beth Charavim Reform Congregation, Ashburn VA, http://www.bethchaverim.org/ PENDING
The Greek Orthodox Parish of Loudoun County, Ashburn VA, http://www.greekorthodoxloudoun.org/ SEPT 6 2009
The Leesburg Church of the Nazarene, Leesburg VA, http://www.leesburgnazarene.com/ AUG/OCT 2009
The Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Leesburg VA, http://htlc-va.com/ AUG & SEPT 2011
Leesburg Presbyterian Church, Leesburg VA, http://http://www.lpcva.org/ APR 2010
Goose Creek Friends Quaker Meeting, Lincoln VA, http://goosecreekfriends.pbworks.com/ FEB 2010
Grace Annex UMC, Purcellville VA NOV-DEC 2009
Leesburg Methodist Church, Leesburg VA, http://www.leesburgumc.org PENDING
Cornerstone Chapel, Leesburg VA, http://www.cornerstonechapel.net PENDING
Blue Ridge Bible Church, Purcellville VA, http://www.brbible.org PENDING
Purcellville Baptist Church, Purcellville VA, http://www.purbap.org PENDING
Ketoctin Baptist Church, Purcellville VA, http://ketoctinbaptist.com/default.aspx PENDING
Evergreen United Methodist Church, Leesburg, VA, http://www.evergreenchurch.net/ SUMMER & FALL 2010
Arcola United Methodist Church, Arcolo, VA, http://arcolachurch.org/ PENDING
The Washington National Cathedral, Washington, D.C., http://www.nationalcathedral.org/ PENDING
Email Kim Graham
Visit Amy Berringer's website.
Visit Alicia Bruce's website.
Visit Thomas Balch Library, Leesburg VA.
America’s Quilt of Faith is investigating the capacity of America’s places faith to persuade their believers (and others) to practice virtues necessary for America to govern itself.
1. Why did you come to this place of faith and why have you stayed?
2. How do you worship together?
3. How do you practice your faith at home?
4. If you have a “holy” day each week, how are you supposed to behave on that day compared to others?
5. Explain your concept of good and evil?
6. Do you see this place of faith, and its members, as a vital link in teaching and persuading Americans to adopt virtues essential for
America’s progress, endurance, and vitality? If so, why and how? If not, why not?
7. Some persons have believed, and believe today, that America has a God-mandated role to play in world history. Do you agree or
disagree? If so, what is it?
8. Is it important for America to be “religious”? If so, why? And, do you think we as a country are religious enough or not?
9. What are some of America’s greatest challenges?
10. In regards to these difficulties, what role should this place of faith, and the members of it, play in working to resolve them?
11. What are some challenges in practicing your faith? Or, are there things that hinder you from living out your faith as you should?
12. Share one personal trait that you have more fully developed because you belong to this place of faith, which makes you a better
person at home, work, in your community, state, or nation.
13. Was there a time in your life when you relied on your faith to overcome a particular challenge or trail? If so, would you explain? If not,
how do you explain that to those who say one faith's greatest traits is to do this very thing?
14. Are you encouraged to ask family, friends and even acquaintances to come and “join” your place of faith? If so, how? If not, why not?
15. Is much energy expended, both at your place of faith and in your home, to help children stay in this faith and/or at this
denomination? If so, explain. If not, why not?