Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m.
John C. Wright, Pastor
Fairfields UMC is again holding an in-person, in-church worship service at 9:30 a.m. every Sunday morning. The service is also livestreamed and may be viewed in real time or a later time on the Fairfields UMC Facebook page. The link to the Fairfields UMC Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/pg/fairfieldsumc/videos/?ref=page_internal
Preregistration is no longer required. Masks are not required for those who are fully vaccinated.
Church activities are once again underway. Please see the Sunday Bulletin Announcements page on this website for updated meeting and event information.
If you would like to continue to donate your weekly or monthly offering contribution to Fairfields UMC, please mail your check to
The Northumberland Charge P.O. Box 579 Burgess VA 22432.
Mark your contribution to the attention of the Financial Secretary, who will pick up your check, record it, and deposit it in the church operating account in a timely manner.
Please note: The Northumberland Charge office is open once again during normal office hours (Tuesday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.) and masks are optional.
- Sunday Worship: 9:30, Sanctuary; Communion first Sunday of month
- Pastor: John Wright. Enthusiastic “2nd career” minister
- Music Director: Barbara Hays. Energetic, caring musical professional
- Discipleship: programs to aid Christian growth; Scriptural training; Methodist beliefs
- Mission works: educational scholarships; child evangelism; Christian Men United
- Opportunities to serve: Christian Men United; music; child evangelism
- Fellowship: Nelia Tingle
Aerial view of Fairfields UMC grounds.
Main building is in foreground, on the right.
Activities Building is in upper center.
Our building, at the corner of Northumberland Highway and Hack’s Neck Road in Burgess. An interactive map is at the left bottom of this page.
The mission of Fairfields United Methodist Church is to be an instrument of God’s love by spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ and ministering to all people.
Local historian Carolyn Jett compiled a fascinating, beautifully written history of our church and Methodism in this part of Virginia, from the 1700’s until the present. History FUMC.
Old Fairfields Cemetery
This historic country graveyard is at the intersection of Hull’s Neck and Folly roads in Edwardsville. This was the site of Fairfields’ first church building, when these roads were the route to the courthouse (before US Route 360).
The church moved to Burgess in the 1920’s.
The cemetery is still used today. For information, call the church office at 804-453-3770 or view the page on this website.