Welcome to Hartwood Presbyterian Church, on of Stafford County’s historic churches.
Hartwood Presbyterian Church is a loving church community where hearts grow closer to God through worship, fellowship, and service.
- Location – here is where we are located.
- Our Pastor is Dr. Scott Fouts.
- Our mission, vision, values – Hartwood Presbyterian Church is a Christ-centered community where people of all ages are welcomed, nurtured, and strengthened.
- History –Hartwood Presbyterian Church, also known as the Yellow Chapel Church, is a historic Presbyterian church located at the junction of VA 705 and 612 in Hartwood, Stafford County, Virginia. It was built between 1857 and 1859, and is a rectangular brick Greek Revival style church. The church was restored in 1866, after having been used by both sides during the American Civil War. During the war, it was the site of Wade Hampton’s November 1862 capture of 137 men of the 3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry. The property includes the site of the Hartwood Chapel or Yellow Chapel of about 1767 and a graveyard. Hartwood Presbyterian Church was the only Presbyterian church in Stafford County from about 1807 until 1983
Link to related pages: Sunday Services, What to Expect and What We Believe