Having accepted Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior and recognizing that certain duties can be performed best in a fellowship, we covenant to walk together as members of Christ’s Church Brotherly Love. We believe it to be the mission of the Brotherly Love to proclaim His Gospel to all mankind and to strive for the realization of the Kingdom of God.

Our history

Nokesville United Methodist Church was originally established in 1905 as a part of the Prince William Charge of the Washington District.

The Epworth Chapel as it was originally called, was located on the corner of Seminary Avenue and Hebron Street (now known as Free and Nokes Streets) in the village of Nokesville. From 1941 until 1981 the church was located at 12916 Fitzwater Drive which previously had been the Protestant Episcopal Church known as St. Anne's Chapel.

In the summer of 1981, the church moved to its present location on Aden Road with its dedication being held on August 18th of the year. 


Rev. YoungMin Kim has been in church ministries as a children's director, youth director, associate minister, multimedia team leader, and class meeting leader in Boston (MA), Newark (DE), Falls Church (VA), and McLean (VA).

Rev. Kim has a bachelor's degree from Seoul Theological University (Seoul, Korea), majoring in Christian Education and Mission English, a Master of Divinity and Master of Sacred Theology with an emphasis on Church and Society from Boston University School of Theology (Boston, MA).

Wife: Joanna B. Cho, Son: Caleb H. Kim