Ministry of Hope

 Ministry of Hope:

Ministry of Hope at Dulin Church serves a weekly cold breakfast to 40 people. On the 4th Sunday of each month we serve 60 people a hot breakfast and distributes toiletries. If you have any questions you can contact our church office.   We are always in need of volunteers for our Ministry of Hope.  Volunteers can help serve the weekly cold breakfast, help prepare and serve the 4th Sunday hot breakfast, participate in the weekly Panera Bread pick-up on Friday evenings or donate toiletry items.  Training can be provided for any volunteer opportunity. Contact the office if you would like to volunteer. 

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English as a Second Language (ESL)

Additional Information

Dulin offers English classes to adults from all over the world. We have skillful and friendly teachers and other volunteers who are happy to help our students learn English. 


Classes meet three days per week: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 10:00am - 12:00pm.  


 

You can find out more information about ESL offerings at Dulin and other United Methodist churches at ESL & Immigrant Ministries. Fairfax County Government also posts information about ESL classes by location on their website

Classes have ended for this term. 

Please check our website this summer for our Fall Class Schedule


Costs: 

  • Registration - $30 
  • Books - $35 

Classes are Tuesdays, Thursdays and 

Fridays - 10 a.m.-Noon.


703-532-8060

www.dulinchurch.org

Appalachian Service project

Additional Information

 

High School Mission Trip - Appalachian Service Project: 

To participate in ASP as a youth, you are expected to participate in each fundraiser, attend one Rebuilding Together day, attend ASP Team Meetings, complete all forms, and make your payment.  Youth are also expected to participate in the full work day at ASP 8:00am-4:30pm daily and events in the evening.  Adults attending ASP are expected to participate in fundraisers, attend one Rebuilding Together Day, attend ASP Team Meetings and Leader Meetings (to be scheduled), complete a background check and youth worker training, assist youth while on the trip, and participate in the full work day and evening events on ASP.  Adult leaders must also model positive and affirming Christian behavior.  All ASP participants are required to read a document about ASP, trip preparation and safety. 

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