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Youth This Week

Regular Youth Meetings are from 5:00-6:00pm, with grades 9-12 and grades 6-8 alternating weeks. While the weather is nice, we will be meeting in an alternate outside location. Please call or text Angie (804-339-7166) or Sidney (434-774-4710) for details. 9/13 High School Youth 9/20 Middle School Youth 9/27 High School Youth 10/4 Middle School Youth…
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We are live on Sundays! Join us on-line in real-time when you can’t be here in person.

Service by Gleaning

Gleaning has long been a way that the people of God can care for others. We could really use help getting corn picked and distributed to those in need in surrounding areas. Friday, September 25: Paul Robertson’s farm. 1924 Snead Spring Rd, Crewe Meet at the field at 6:30am. We will be gleaning corn at Paul Robertson’s…
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Praises and Swords

If there is an emotion that seems to resonate throughout the texts for this first week of our new series, it is anger. If there is an emotion that often will launch us into a wilderness experience, it is also anger. So, this seems to be where we need to begin.

Refuel 2020

Refuel teaches students what it looks like to walk with Jesus every day. LOCATION: Camp Willow Run, Littleton, NC. DATES: October 23-25, 2020 ACTIVITIES: Worship, music, diving into God’s word, small groups, and recreation time.Camp is for 6th-12th graders at the time of the camp. PRICE: $25Registration Deadline October 11, or when camp is full!Price…
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Annual Conference 2020

Public viewing of Annual ConferenceThose who only want to view the session can access it at:  https://livestream.com/vaumc.   From Bishop Lewis, Appointive Cabinet and Annual Conference Planning Team The Bishop, Appointive Cabinet and the Annual Conference Planning team have continued to evaluate options while conducting extensive logistical work of planning for the 2020 Virginia Annual…
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Holding Fast

Let us celebrate the working of love in the midst of the people of God. Find stories to tell, pictures that reveal, people who have experienced genuine love, who have never lagged in zeal, who have contributed to the needs of the saints.

Who Do You Say

Last week may have been a struggle, text-wise anyway. But this week, ideas just fly off the page. We have two texts that leap into our heads and hearts from which we can bring the community of faith to a resounding shout of joy.

To the Lost Sheep

This week’s topic is difficult. It is so difficult the worship team might be inclined to choose a different text. Both Paul’s letter to the Romans and Matthew’s Gospel present…

The Word is Near You

The Word is near you? How do we celebrate that this week? How do we claim the gift we’ve already been given? Perhaps that’s the key—what we’ve already been given. This is a time for celebrating who we are as the people of God. Instead of prayers asking for what we don’t have, maybe we can claim with joy what we already have.

You Give Them Something

Our focus is Jesus. Always, yes of course, but particularly in this series we are looking at Jesus and then looking at us. Not so much so we can emulate Jesus, but so that we can find motivation for what it is that we do. God’s how is our why, remember?