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Church of God of Prophecy
400 McKinney St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
This small congregation meets in a white cinder-block church on McKinney Street. Members of the Church of God ofMore Prophecy are active in a number of evangelical ministries. 
Arm of The Lord Ministries
2100 Airport Ave, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
This large complex is located near an industrial area to the south of Fredericksburg.  The church provides worshipMore services and fellowship services such as a weekly community meal. 
Riverside First Church of God
3461 Fall Hill Ave, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
This church provides a relaxed and contemporary worship atmosphere in a non-denominational congregation. The churchMore features a Sunday nursery service and ample parking for its congregants. Behind the church is a small playground for the youngsters. The church is also active in a number of ministries.
First Christian Church
1501 Washington Ave, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
The Fredericksburg First Christian Church traces their roots back to 1833, but the Civil War caused their congregationMore to disorganize for over 50 years. In 1912, the church was reorganized and has grown (and moved) throughout the years. Today the church is a vibrant and active community with a number of ministries for its congregants to participate in. The church is a member of the Disciple Heritage Fellowship.
Fredericksburg United Methodist Church
308 Hanover St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
This church's current sanctuary has stood on Hanover Street since 1842, and the congregation's roots reach back to theMore early 1800s. Fredericksburg United Methodist Church is located in the heart of downtown Fredericksburg, directly across from City Hall. The small park next to the sanctuary is lined with a few benches. The church offers a variety of worship services throughout the week.
Northside Baptist Church
445 Woodford St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
This church serves a small congregation in the north-western end of Fredericksburg. Ample parking is available in a lotMore which surrounds the church. The church is located near Jefferson Davis Highway, straddling a commercial strip and a residential community. 
Fredericksburg Church of Christ
336 Riverside Dr, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Pulpit Minister Daryl Bates describes this church as a nondenominational group of people who are Christ-centered. More Fredericksburg Church of Christ is situated on the banks of the Rappahannock River in a residential area of northern Fredericksburg. The church offers a broad range of Christian education classes for all ages. Congregants can also participate in a variety of outreach ministries. 
Trinity Episcopal Church
825 College Ave, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Located near the campus of the University of Mary Washington, the Trinity Episcopal Church has served the area sinceMore 1877. The church offers a number of outreach ministries, including a range of religion classes for children from the nursery ages on up. The church has a number of worship services throughout the week and an active youth ministry.
Fairview Baptist Church
900 Charlotte St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
This Southern Baptist congregation is located in a large church complex on Charlotte Street. The active church featuresMore a host of ministry and fellowship opportunities. Its roots go back 75 years, when it was created by a group of seven local women. The church is unique in that its services are broadcast on 1230 AM every Sunday at 8:30 a.m.
Korean Presbyterian Church of Fredericksburg
515 Charlotte St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
This Korean congregation meets in a small church nestled in a quiet downtown residential neighborhood. The building isMore located near the Millrace condos and is also nearby to Fred transit bus lines. The church also has a small playground in the rear for the youngsters.
First Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ of The Apostolic Faith
401 Wallace St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Led by Philadelphia-based Pastor Gino Jennings, General Overseer, the First Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ worships outMore of a small sanctuary west of Jefferson Davis Highway. The church has a small but active congregation, ministered to with four services throughout the week. 
Kingdom Baptist Church
1717 Stafford Ave, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
The Kingdom Baptist Church is a contemporary congregation with a variety of outreach ministries for all ages. The churchMore is easily accessible, located next to the Fredericksburg Regional Transit station and Jefferson Davis Highway.
Mt. Zion Baptist Church
309 Wolfe St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
This congregation can trace its roots to the original African Baptist Church on Sophia St. The sanctuary was built inMore 1920. This congregation is situated in the heart of downtown Fredericksburg. It is close to the post office and the downtown retail sections of Caroline and Princess Anne Streets.
Shiloh Baptist Church (New Site)
515 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Shiloh Baptist Church (New Site) is a historically black Baptist congregation whose roots go back to the early 1800's.More Shiloh Baptist Church was formed after the local white Baptists established their own congregation on Princess Anne Street in 1854. In 1890, the Shilo Baptist Church moved to its present location and picked up its trademark parenthetical specification as the result of a lawsuit over the name "Shiloh." Today, Shiloh Baptist Church has a plethora of outreach ministries for all ages. 
Hillcrest United Methodist Church
2208 Lafayette Blvd, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
This church traces its roots back to 1945 and a core group of 11 people. Since then it has grown into a vibrant andMore active congregation, which hosts a bevy of events throughout the week. Members can take part in a wide variety of outreach ministries. 
Christ Lutheran Church
1300 Augustine Ave, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Christ Lutheran Church serves the community through a wide range of church ministries, including worship services. TheMore church also operates a Christian oriented preschool for ages three and four with an impressive playground. Christ Lutheran Church also offers mid-week  bible study, a Sunday adult forum, confirmation and first communion instruction. It is nestled in a quiet community west of the University of Mary Washington. 
Tower of Deliverance Church
1808 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Led by Pastor Joseph and Doris Henderson, this congregation worships at a distinctly contemporary and emblematicMore sanctuary on the banks of the historic Rappahannock Canal. This church offers a number of services and fellowship opportunities throughout the week. Its website enthusiastically welcomes all to visit.
Saint Mary of The Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
1009 Stafford Ave, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
St. Mary's of the Immaculate Conception has been a part of the Fredericksburg community for more than 150 years. ItsMore current home is a distinctly modern structure which at first belies its antebellum roots. In serving the local Catholic community, the church offers a number of liturgical services for its congregants throughout the year including RCIA classes, a youth ministry and a preschool. The church recently went through renovations of its sanctuary, including the installation of a new pipe organ, improved acoustics and new pews.
Twin Rivers Roofing & Construction
1129 Summit St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Twin Rivers Roofing & Construction provides contracting services for Fredericksburg homes and commercial buildings.More Its products and services include asphalt shingles, composite roofing, copper and slate work, storm- and wind-damage repair and reroofing. It offers church discounts and free estimates of all potential work.
Fredericksburg Full Gospel Fellowship
708 Prince Edward St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
The Fredericksburg Full Gospel Fellowship is a non-denominational church close to downtown Fredericksburg, VA. It is aMore community that is dedicated to serving God in Fredericksburg and the region. We welcome you to come worship with us!
Micah Ecumenical Ministries
1013 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Micah Ecumenical Ministries is a multi-denominational outreach ministry devoted to helping the homeless inMore Fredericksburg. Micah Ecumenical Ministries is run by a coalition of 10 downtown churches. It provides the city's homeless population with a cold weather shelter and a number of services such as donated clothing, hot showers, Internet access, health screenings and meals.  
Fredericksburg Baptist Church
1019 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
The historic Fredericksburg Baptist Church and its congregation have borne witness to over two centuries of AmericanMore history, all located in the heart of downtown Fredericksburg. The current structure was completed in 1855. Less than 10 years later it received battle damage and also served as a union field hospital during the Battle of Fredericksburg in 1862. Across Princess Anne Street from the church is a historical marker which further delves into the history of the church. Inside, the church sanctuary features beautiful stained glass windows which date to 1898. Today the church hosts a wide variety of community outreach and ministry programs. 
LifeWay Christian Store
1501 Central Park Blvd, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
LifeWay is a great resource for Christian individuals, families, study groups and churches. This chain of ChristianMore bookstores offers a wide and spiritually enriching array of Christian material, from Bibles and study guides to Christian fiction and videos. Whether you're looking for a Veggie Tales video for the kids, Christian-themed art prints, Bible-study software or supplies for your church, this one-stop shop is a place you'll want to frequent.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3103
2701 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3103 is an organization of local ex-service members and charitable military groups likeMore the Disabled American Veterans and the Young Marines. In addition, Post 3103 also rents out two meeting halls. The main hall has a kitchen and a capacity of 125, while the upstairs hall can hold 83. These meeting halls have become an important location for a variety of nonmilitary charities, support groups and churches. Five different Alcoholics Anonymous groups regularly meet here, and there is a driving school. It's conveniently located off Route 1 on Princess Anne Street and is also close to Old Mill Park. 
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