Vienna Presbyterian supports outreach through our Bridgepoint Connections team. Bridgepoint’s mission is to share the love, hospitality, and message of Jesus Christ with the community—our friends, neighbors and co-workers.  Director of Bridgepoint, Phil Kratovil, 703.937.1897; phil.kratovil@viennapres.org and www.bridgepointconnections.org

Upcoming Events


You are invited to Dinner and a Movie featuring “The Jesus Film” Friday, August 4, 2017, 6:30 p.m. The Great Hall at Vienna Presbyterian Church

Every eight seconds, somewhere in the world, another person indicates a decision to follow Christ after watching The Jesus Film. When people encounter Jesus, everything changes. You can be part of the movement that brings the greatest story of all time time to everyone, everywhere.

Bring your family, friends, and neighbors to this inspiring movie based on the Gospel of Luke.  All ages are welcome.  Bring your favorite dish to share!


6:30 p.m.     Dinner
7:00 p.m.     Movie
8:00 p.m.     Discussion


At the event, you will be able to download The Jesus Film Project® app.  The app is a full digital library of more than 200 full-length movies, mini-series, and short films produced to help the world know Jesus better.  The app and everything on it is free to watch, download, and share with anyone you meet, wherever you meet them.
Click Here to get started now. One of the most compelling ways for someone to meet Jesus is to see and hear him in their own language as they watch the movie.


For more information about the event or to R.s.v.p., contact Phil Kratovil at phil.kratovil@viennapres.org.


 “A STROKE OF FAITH” with special guest, Mark Moore

Men only please… 

About Our Guest Speaker…

At 46 years old, Mark Moore was in the prime of his life.  He was a successful businessman as the COO and co-founder of a multi-million dollar company, a loving husband, involved father, dedicated amateur athlete, and active in his local church.Suddenly, Mark’s life was turned upside down when he was hit in quick succession with two strokes that could have taken his life.  Mark spent a month in a coma after having what turned out to be life-saving brain surgery. After several years of intense physical therapy, Mark has returned to near normal health.  He and has wife, Brenda, have become full-time philanthropists, and Mark serves as a National Ambassador for the American Heart Association.At the dinner, Mark will describe the circumstances surrounding his stroke and the personal, professional and spiritual crises that ensued. He will also share how the long journey to near-normalcy and a new purpose in life was for him, “A Stroke of Faith.”


Monday, September 18th, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.


$25 in advance; $35 at the door
(includes steak dinner and program)
Bring a non-church member friend, neighbor or co-worker for just $15!


Great Hall
Vienna Presbyterian Church
124 Park Street, NE, Vienna, VA 22180

Register by Sunday, Sept. 17th