We are excited about the future, and look forward with great anticipation to having a building that we can call our own. The former Lorton prison chapel located at 8475 Reformatory Way in Lorton, Virginia, is a building that we have been watching
and waiting for since 2011.
Liberty Chapel (as we call it) is approximately 20,000 square feet, which will accommodate our current program and afford us additional space for future growth. Beyond our regular programs for the entire family, we envision a safe place for students before and after school. We look forward to providing an atmosphere where students will not only have fun, but will also be tutored and mentored.
Prayer Praying Hands
Keep the chapel and all that will be happening to get us in the building in your prayers. This is a leap of faith for SCC, but we know as we take the step of faith and do our part, God will show up and do His.
Join a team Users
As we move closer to moving into Liberty Chapel we will need to make sure all of our teams are ready. Please take a minute and let us know which team you would be interested in joining. You can check out the list of teams and sign up for where you would be interested in serving at: Ways to Serve at SCC
Give Financially cash
There will be many expected and unexpected expenses that will be coming our way as we take the steps to move forward with making the Chapel our home. If you call SCC your church home and you are currently not giving, we ask that you follow the Lord by tithing - giving 10 percent of your income to God's work at SCC. If you are currently tithing or you are a friend of SCC, consider giving an offering to help with the move. There are multiple ways you can give.
- Give online by clicking here. After clicking on the link below, you will be taken to a secure site to fill in all the necessary information.
- Text GIVE to 833/226-7990.
- Mail a check, annotating the area you want to support, to South County Church, PO Box 1348, Lorton, VA 22199
Built from 1958-1961
20,000 square feet of space includes a mezzanine and a basement
The L-shaped walls are about 25 feet tall and 60 feet long
FPRP Development, Inc.
Patch, April 22, 2011
Time Magazine, September 22, 1961
The Citizen-Advertiser, Auburn NY, October 1961