Manassas, VA

There is a high concentration of saints in the DC Metro-Virginia area. Some saints meeting in the church in Fairfax and Dunn Loring actually live farther west, with 30-40 saints living in Manassas and other cities. Because of the cost of living, the community will continue growing westward. There is one home meeting with 10-12 saints meeting regularly. Some other families hope to form an additional home meeting soon. Both George Mason University and the Northern Virginia Community College have campuses in Manassas, which creates fishing ponds for future labor.

The City of Manassas
Manassas is a city in the metro DC region. It’s about 30 miles west of DC and spans two different counties in Northern Virginia. Manassas serves as the seat of Prince William County. Known for Civil War history, Manassas originated in 1852 at the junction of two railroads, which linked Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. with the Shenandoah Valley and Richmond. It has several important historic sites from the period 1850–1870. For more information see City-Data Profile and Official City Website.

City Stats
City Population – 41,501

George Mason University—Manassas Campus – 4,000 students
Northern Virginia Community College—Manassas Campus – 10,073 students

Contact Person
Jeremy Suh
(703) 625-9558

Manassas Reports