Who We Are


City Servants Church just recently relocated to our new location in Manassas, Virginia just 30 miles outside of Washington DC. We are a multi-ethnic community of families and friends who work, serve, and play in the Northern Virginia, DC, and Maryland areas. We are lovers of God’s presence and students of His Word.  As such, our gatherings welcome the demonstration of the Holy Spirit’s work of healing, prophetic ministry, and anointed worship. We value the written Word of God and endeavor to teach the sound doctrines of the faith.  We are a community that seeks to please God with its faith through service to others. Join us every Sunday at 10:30 AM. Come experience freedom! Come receive hope!

Darrian Summerville serves as the Senior Pastor of City Servants Church. To find out more about Pastor Darrian, click the arrow. (→)


Our Beliefs





Mission Statement

Release Healing: Jesus is the Great Physician.  Our desire is to see people healed completely in their spirit, soul and body.  As this occurs, we will experience a radical transformation in how we relate to God, ourselves and each other.  We believe this will produce healthy individuals, healthy families, healthy communities and inner wholeness.  3 John 1:2

Restore Hope:  Jesus is the hope of the world. Our desire is to see hope restored and dreams fulfilled as people discover their purpose in life through the true hope that is found only in Christ.  1 Peter 1:3

Demonstrate Love: Jesus is love. He demonstrated His love by sacrificing His life for us.  Our desire is to show this love to others through service to our community, small group gatherings and personal mentorship.  1 Corinthians 13:13

City Servants  Church is a member of the Christ Covenant Coalition (CCC).  CCC is a community of Christian leaders, churches and organizations committed to building authentic Christ-honoring relationships that transform individuals, families, and society. For CCC’s full constitution, history, leadership and statement of belief, please visit: www.christcovenantcoalition.com


The Importance of the Local Church

The reason why a local church is so important is because when we’re born again, whether we like it or not, we are baptized into the body of Christ and the local church is the visible expression of the invisible God. We are the corporate son, because He is our head and we are the neck down.
— Bishop Joseph Mattera, Apostolic Overseer

Bishop Joe Mattera Speaks on "The Importance of the Local Church."