Let us sing together!
Our new Multigenerational Choral Ensemble will learn songs and hymns based on the lectionary readings and rehearse choral music to be shared during our corporate worship.
We will gather in the worship space at 10:00 a.m. on the fourth Sunday morning of the month from September through May.
Each month we contribute to the Central Virginia Food Bank through your donations of canned goods and shelf stable food items and through monetary contributions to the Central Virginia Food Bank which they will use to suplement donations of actual food items. We continue our collection with emphasis on soup (ready to heat and serve), tuna, peanut butter and canned vegetables.
We also maintain a limited supply of shelf stable food for emergency needs at the church.
Opportunities are always present for us to minister in caring ways throughout the community. We join in God's work to care for the earth and all creatures who call this earth home. There are many ways in which we can participate in God's reconciling and redeeming work -- being good stewards of the environment through recycling, assisting with care and maintaining properties, providing shelter, food and clothing. These are ongoing works. Please let us know the ways that you can help.
we are not only recycling paper, but will also recycle plastic bottles, etc, (1 and 2).
we are enabling several families through asssistance to stay in their homes and are empowering and equiping them for better days.
providing mentorship and companionship.
maintaining a food pantry for emergency needs and collecting food on an ongoing basis for the Central Virginia Food Bank.
As you go about your cleaning look ahead to
Pack and save gently used items that you no longer need, use or want for our next
Join us as we come together to share --
the blessing of giving and receiving as we freecycle items in good repair;
and the blessing of hospitality and fellowship as we share food with one another.
Let's share! Bring things that you no longer need or want and let others take what they need or want.
Everything is free!
Pets are welcomed -- dogs on leashes, please.
Date: Tentatively set for a Saturday in the Spring
from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 noon
on the lawn of the church.
Rain date: One week later.
Our Discipleship classes have ended. Private consultation is always available to those with questions about what it means to be a Christian, what is our Christian heritage and our Baptist heritage, what do the ordinances we observe and the convenants and affirmation of faith that we speak mean to our community of believers.
Let Dr. Poti know if you'd like to come by and chat.