Tysons Interfaith is an organization of diverse faith partners creating opportunities for spiritual growth, learning, and service with those who live, work, and play in the Tysons community. We are committed to the principles of diversity, mutual respect, compassion, and ethical engagement. As partners in faith, we seek to weave these values into our work and the fabric of the Tysons community.



Thursday, Sept 27th 5:00pm – 8:00pm

Valo Park (7950 Jones Branch Drive)


Saturday, November 3rd,  8:00am – 4:30pm

Redeemer Lutheran, 1545 Chain Bridge Rd, McLean

Teen Sex Trafficking In Tysons

A shocking headline, yes, but a reality right here in our section of Fairfax County. No, the victims have not been kidnapped and brought in elsewhere, nor are they migrants or low income residents of the County. The victims are our own children, who live right here with us every day but feel alone, unloved, or misunderstood by parents and peers caught up in the hustle and bustle of life in Tysons and Northern Virginia. Tysons Interfaith is undertaking an effort to make Tysons residents, employees, and businesses aware of this scourge among us. The Tysons Interfaith effort will include information on how to recognize victims, actions to protect victims, and how to alert authorities. For more information about this threat and how our children might be approached, please visit:

  Just Ask    and    NoVa Human Trafficking Initiative

ESL Classes

As soon as we secure classroom space we will begin offering ESL instruction. We will be using the ESLIM model which was developed and is used by a group of Christian churches in the greater DC area, but intended for use among all cultures and faith groups.

For more information on this format please visit: www.eslim.org: