INCLEMENT WEATHER UPDATE (click title for more info):

Author: Marty Baker

Dr. Marty Baker (B.A. in Religion from Azusa Pacific University; Th. M. in Old Testament from Dallas Theological Seminary; D. Min. in Apologetics from Southern Evangelical Seminary) has been a pastor for 30 years. He serves as the Senior Pastor of Burke Community Church in Burke, Virginia, near Washington DC. Burke Community Church currently ministers to 2,500 parishioners weekly, with many government and military leaders attending. Prior to his arrival in Burke, Virginia in 2008, Pastor Baker successfully shepherded a church plant in California for 19 years. He and his wife, Liz, have been married since 1980 and jointly lead recurring biblical history trips to Israel. Liz & Marty have two adult children, Nathan and Amanda, and love spending time with their three energetic grandchildren: Olivia, Harper, and Hudson. You can read more about Dr. Baker’s seminars, books and more at: burkecommunity.com/drbaker
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Service Opportunities at BCC

  Dear Worshiper, Pastor Greg’s sermon from Luke 5 couldn’t have been more challenging to those saints who desire to grow in their faith and service to our Lord.  Contextually, Peter, a fisherman by trade, came back to land with his team exhausted and empty handed from a night of fishing on the Sea of

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New Sunday Service Times Starting June 6

To the Burke Community Church family, Starting Sunday, June 6 we will be moving to two Sunday services: 9am & 10:30am. Recent changes to CDC guidelines now allow us to more fully utilize our facilities and we are excited to take the next step forward. We continue to do so with safety in mind and you can

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Update on Mask & Social Distancing Requirements

Dear Worshipper,            We have an update for those of you who plan to worship with us in-person Sunday, May 23 and in the future. The Virginia governor has lifted Virginia’s universal indoor mask mandate to align with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Since we have followed CDC guidelines and the governor’s mandates since March

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