Accessible Religious Services

Following are religious organizations that have accessible services:

Floris United Methodist Church
13600 Frying Pan Road Herndon, Va. 20171
(703) 793-0026
Website: http://www.florisumc.org
Listening System made by Listen. A FM system  – 4 devices available for services.
Sign Language Interpreted: Lloyd Carrera is the interpreter at the 9:15 service every Sunday.

St. Matthew’s United Methodist Church
8617 Little River Turnpike, Annandale, VA 22003
(703) 978-3500
Sign Interpreted
Website: http://www.stmatthewsumc.org/

First Baptist Church of Alexandria
Deaf Congregation
2932 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22302
contact page
Website: http://www.fbcalexandria.org/deaf

Fairfax Church Of Christ Deaf Ministry (FDM)
Deaf Ministry
3901 Rugby Rd, Fairfax, VA 22033
contact page
Website: http://www.fxcc.org/deaf/

McLean Bible Church
8925 Leesburg Pike, Vienna, VA 22182
Multiple Locations (See Website)
Website: http://mbctysons.org/pages/page.asp?page_id=84140
Sign Language Interpreted
Captioned Service Information

Dar Al-Hijrah Islamic Center
3159 Row St, Falls Church, VA 22044
(703) 536-1030
Website: http://www.daralhijrah.net/ns/
Interpreted Friday Prayers at 12:15 each week

St. Theresa Catholic Church
21371 St. Theresa Lane
Ashburn, VA 20147
Phone:  703-729-2287
Fax:  703-729-9036
Email:  
Office@sttheresa-ashburn.com
Website: http://www.sttheresa-ashburn.com
Captioning (CART) for homily and prayers at some of the Sunday Masses
Contact the parish office for more information.

HOMILY REAL-TIME TRANSLATION SERVICE NOW AVAILABLE VIA iPAD – 
St. Theresa parishioner and professional court reporter Donna L. Linton has
volunteered to provide the service (just like closed captioning on your television).
Please contact Donna at CARTsttheresa@aol.com for information on mass times and how to join in.

Washington Society of Jewish Deaf  (WSJD)

  • Serves the cultural, spiritual, social, and educational needs of the Jewish deaf and hard of hearing persons in the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. area.
  • Promotes and advocates deaf awareness among the greater Jewish community, including synagogues, community agencies, and schools.
  • Fosters a sense of community, Jewish identity, pride, and culture through socialization, programming, and educational workshops;

Website: WJSD Home Page
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