We believe that rehearsing and remembering the gospel through corporate worship is significant. Which is why we gather together weekly on Sunday evenings.


Sundays | 4p + 6p

9358 Main St. Manassas, VA

If you're interested in attending a worship service at New City Fellowship, we'd love to have you join us on Sunday for either our 4pm or 6pm services. We meet right in the heart of Downtown Manassas at 9358 Main St., Manassas, VA. 

When you arrive in Downtown, head straight to our visitor lot directly across from the building off of Church St. If that is full, there is also plenty of free parking in the garage off of Prince William St, or parallel parking on various side streets. Our church currently rents space from a Unitarian Universalist church, which is clearly visible from Center and Main streets.

When you get to the doors, someone from our friendly Hospitality Team will invite you in and direct you toward the children's check-in, coffee table, or the sanctuary.



Our services follow a gospel-focused and gospel-shaped liturgy that is filled with spoken scripture, times of prayer, and diverse musical worship. We see the value in joining with historic Christianity by singing old hymns and speaking creeds, while also enjoying more contemporary expressions of music, spoken word, and poetry.


Each Sunday we offer age-appropriate classes for children ages 6 months to 5th grade. Our helpful class leaders and volunteers teach through gospel-centered curriculum that typically follows the preaching. If you're attending with your children this Sunday, be sure to arrive a few minutes early to go through a simple check-in system that we use to keep our classrooms as safe as possible. Simply head downstairs when you arrive, and one of our helpful volunteers will guide you through the process and answer any questions you may have.


Our typical practice is to preach through books of the Bible in a manner that is helpful in engaging you whether you're a follower of Christ, curious, or skeptical.


We believe that the practice of celebrating communion is a biblical and helpful practice for the gathered church in order to remember the sacrifice Jesus made on our behalf and to reorient our lives under His gospel. Because of this conviction, we invite all believers to join us for communion each week as we celebrate it.