5 Questions With Steven Mosely, Fairfax GOP’s Chair for Evangelical Outreach

As the Fairfax GOP gears up for the 2024 elections, we are excited to shine a spotlight on the dedicated individuals working tirelessly behind the scenes. This week, we had the opportunity to sit down with Steven Mosley, the Fairfax GOP Chair for Evangelical Outreach, to discuss the vital work his committee is doing within the community. From organizing impactful events to fostering strong connections with local churches, Steven’s efforts are driving momentum and encouraging greater civic involvement. Join us as we delve into his mission, recent successes, and how you can get involved in making a difference.

Thanks for taking the time Steven. Can you tell us about the mission and goals of the Evangelical Outreach Committee?

Steven Mosley: The mission of the Evangelical Outreach Committee is to connect with and engage the evangelical community in Fairfax County. Our goal is to foster a strong, active presence within local churches and faith-based organizations, promoting conservative values and encouraging civic involvement. We aim to build bridges between the GOP and the evangelical community, ensuring Evangelical Christian voices are heard and represented in the political process. We want to partner with the local church to make disciples who impact people and policy for Jesus Christ.

That’s important work! What ongoing efforts is the Evangelical Outreach committee currently involved in?

Steven Mosley: We have several exciting initiatives underway. We are equipping the local church to host voter registration drives and informational sessions on the importance of civic participation. Additionally, we’re working on a series of outreach programs to support FCRC members engage their church family to be civically active.

How can members of the community get involved with the Evangelical Outreach Committee?

Steven Mosley: There are many ways to get involved! We welcome volunteers who are passionate about making a difference. You can help with event planning, starting a civic engagement ministry at your church or join our Pastor feedback council. We also encourage people to join our monthly zoom meetings and share their ideas on how we can better serve the evangelical community. Your involvement is crucial to our success, and we are always looking for new members to bring fresh perspectives and energy to our efforts.

Can you share a recent success story or highlight from your work?

Steven Mosley: One recent success was our Letter to the American Church Documentary Viewing Party, which brought together over 40 community members and pastors to discuss important issues facing our county and nation. The turnout was incredible, and the feedback we received was overwhelmingly positive. It was a powerful reminder of the strength and passion within the evangelical community. This event not only fostered meaningful dialogue but also helped us share the 501c3 guidelines for civic engagement inside the local church, building momentum as we head into the 2024 election. I’m also very happy to report that because of this movie showing another church in Fairfax plans to show the movie at their church this summer!

What are your goals for the Evangelical Outreach committee as we approach the 2024 elections?

Steven Mosley: As we approach the 2024 elections, our primary goal is to ensure that the evangelical community is informed, engaged, and motivated to vote. We want to increase voter turnout and support for GOP candidates who align with our values. We are also focused on expanding our outreach efforts, reaching more churches and evangelical groups, and strengthening our partnerships within the community. By doing so, we aim to make a significant impact on the upcoming elections and beyond.

If you’re interested in joining the Evangelical Outreach committee or if you are a pastor and want to offer your feedback and join the Pastor’s Feedback council of if you want to learn more about our efforts, please contact us at faith@fairfaxgop.org or visit our webpage at FairfaxGOP.com/Faith-Coalitions. Together, we can make a difference in our community and ensure our values are represented.

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Thanks Steven!

Steven Mosley is the Chair for Evangelical Outreach for the Fairfax GOP. He is dedicated to fostering a strong connection between the GOP and the evangelical community, ensuring their voices are heard and their values represented in the political process.

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