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  • Sunday's Sermon will be broadcast LIVE on Facebook Sunday mornings at 8:30am and then posted on our Sermons page later in the day.

  • Join us as we begin 2021 with 40 Days of Prayer!
    Download the prayer guide HERE

  • Written by Dr. Laws Rushing, Head-of-School at Riverside Christian Academy, this devotional guide provides an inspirational walk through the Scriptures announcing the birth of Jesus. Join us as we walk together through it by downloading it now.

  • Guest Speaker- Sunday Nov 22

    Join us Sunday as we welcome guest speaker, Dr. Laws Rushing. Laws is the new head-of-school at Riverside Christian Academy and will be bringing the message at both of our morning services on the 22nd. 

    Let's welcome Dr. Rushing to Fayetteville and to Washington Street!

  • Magi Boxes

    We invite you to help out our ministry in Honduras by either sponsoring a Magi box for $40 or filling a Magi box. Click Here for more information.

    Please return all filled boxes by Oct. 1

  • Daryl Willis, former Youth Minister, invites Washington St members & friends to support the work of EEM and its mission of spreading God's Word throughout the world.

  • Classes for all ages have resumed on a somewhat limited basis. Check out the roster of adult classes & classes for children!

  • Welcome James Mosley!

    Welcome James Mosley and Caylie Houk, to Washington Street! James begins his work with us as our new Youth & Family Minister on July 12. He and Caylie are to be married in September and we could not be more blessed to have this fine couple working with our young people.

  • Listen to an important and timely conversation on race between Jim Black, preaching minister, and Isaiah Owens, evangelist for the Bell Fork Road (Jacksonville, NC).

  • Connecting Lincoln is a network of non-profits, churches, and community organizations in Lincoln County, Tennessee.

    Their website is a connecting point where those in need can find a list of resources as well as reach out for specific help. It’s also a place where citizens can come to learn about specific needs in our community and volunteer to meet those needs.