Pohick Episcopal Church

Continuing the Christian Mission of George Washington & George Mason


During the Colonial period, Pohick Church was the congregation of many of our country's most prominent families, including the Washingtons, Masons and Fairfaxes.

Today, as a vibrant parish of several hundred members, we continue their tradition of Christian worship, study and service in the midst of this historic building and its wooded estate.

As you browse through this site, we hope you will catch some of the "Spirit of Pohick"—a Spirit of joy that springs from our common life in Christ.

Please visit us in person, either to worship with us or to join in one of the many events described on these pages. You will be most welcome here in this holy place where past, present and future come together in a unique and inspiring way.

Come be a part of history in the making!

Register Now for Vacation Bible School, July 10 - 14!

Download a Shrine Mont Parish Retreat Application (June 23-25)

Sunday services, 7:45, 9, 11:15 am
Sunday School Classes, 10:15 - 11:05 am

9301 Richmond Highway
Lorton, VA 22079
(US 1 & Telegraph Road)

703-339-9884 (Fax)

The Reverend Donald D. Binder, PhD

The Reverend Ruth E. Correll, EdD
Assistant to the Rector

Upcoming Services & Events

What's New

Sunday, May 28 Scripture readings
Seventh Sunday of Easter
Memorial Day Weekend
Services, 7:45, 9, 11:15 am
Sunday School, 10:15 - 11:05 am

Saturday, June 3
Sound of Pohick Public Concert, 4 pm

Sunday, June 4 Scripture readings
Services, 8 am Holy Communion
10 am, Baptisms, Confirmations, Receptions
Episcopal Visitation by Bp. Johnston

Sunday, June 11 Scripture readings
Trinity Sunday/Youth Sunday
Services, 8 & 10 am
Parish Picnic 11:15 am

Sunday, June 18 Scripture readings
Services, 8 & 10 am

Friday - Sunday, June 23 - 25
Parish Retreat at Shrine Mont

Sunday, June 25 Scripture readings
Services, 8 & 10 am

Weekly Services & Activities

Serices: 7:45, 9 & 11:15 am
Children's Sunday School Hour, 10:15 - 11:05 am

Adult Ed Classes, 10:15 - 11:05 am

Adult Inquirer's Class: Parish House Annex
The Alpha Film Series: Vestry House

Youth Group: See Schedule

Gunston Tutoring 7 - 8 pm

Service of Healing, 7:30 pm

Boys Scouts, Troop 899, 7 - 8:30 pm

Brotherhood of St. Andrew
Prayer & Bible Study Breakfast 8-9 am

Yoga Class 11 am - noon

Directions to Pohick Church

From the North:

Take I-395 south to I-95 south to the Fairfax County Parkway exit towards Lorton. Head East until the Road ends at US 1. Turn right and proceed to Telegraph Road. Turn left at this light and make an immediate right into the Church parking lot. If that lot is full, proceed 1/8 of a mile and turn right into the church's lower parking lot.

From the South:

Take I-95 North to the Mt. Vernon exit (#161), just after the Occoquan River, towards Lorton. This ramp becomes US 1 North. Proceed about three miles to the corner of US 1 and Telegraph Rd. The Church will be on the right. Turn Right and into the parking lot immediately on the right.If that lot is full, proceed 1/8 of a mile and turn right into the church's lower parking lot.

From the West:

Take the Fairfax County Parkway to the Rolling Road exit. Proceed East on Rolling Road across I-95 (just prior to this overpass the road becomes Pohick Road) towards Lorton. Proceed all the way to US 1 and turn left at the light. Go to the next traffic light, which is Telegraph Road/Old Colchester Road. The Church is on the right. Turn Right and into the parking lot immediately on the right. If that lot is full, proceed 1/8 of a mile and turn right into the church's lower parking lot.

About Pohick Church

The mission of Pohick Church is to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ, to advance the role of the Episcopal Church as an active participant in sharing the Gospel, and to create a nourishing Christian community of worship where Christ's love is experienced and taken beyond its walls.

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Get in Touch

  • Phone:
    (703) 339 6572
  • Email:
  • Address:
    9301 Richmond Hwy
    Lorton, VA 22079
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