posted by Jill Donnelly on 2020-10-09

The Hope Center serves as a provider of groceries, daily meals, utility assistance, and blood pressure screenings to people in need. But it is more than those services. The Hope Center shines as an affirmation of human dignity, the oneness of all and the Goodness and Beauty of God. Out of an abundance of caution and the current guidelines, The Hope Center will be holding a virtual walk this year. For donations, go to


posted by Jill Donnelly on 2020-09-24

THE GOSPEL OF MARK BEGINS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15TH We meet on Thursday evenings at 7 pm and would love for you to join us. We spend an hour together reading the assigned text for the week and then discussing what we hear in God's word. We ask questions, sharing what we know and admitting what we don't know. Zoom study is relaxed and we laugh a lot, although it's different from in person study. We learn to share the microphone, listen more carefully, and form a community following Christ. Our next study is the Gospel of Mark, which will be our Gospel in Year B beginning in Advent. If you are interested in this study please contact Robin+ at If you are interested in this study but cannot join us on Thursday evenings, there is a possibility of a daytime Zoom class, or even an in person class in the parish hall with safe distancing and face masks. Please let Robin+ know if this would be helpful for you. The Thursday Evening Zoom Bible Study on the Gospel of Mark begins October 15th.


posted by Jill Donnelly on 2020-09-17

It's taken us some time to learn new technology and find the right resources but we are all in this pandemic together! Please check out our new YouTube Channel for children - Christ and Grace Kids There is a welcome video and a Virtual Vacation Bible School from Gina Mead available for when your kids need a break from school work. In this 3 part series we will be learning about how Jesus is here for us yesterday, today, and tomorrow. There will a Bible story, some questions to answer, and a craft to enjoy. And because the lessons are all online you and your family can watch and participate anytime. Soon we will begin posting an exciting new Sunday School series called, "What's in the Box?" Each week there will be a short introduction from Ms. Gina and then a wonderful member of our congregation will show the children what is in the box and explore a Bible story and lesson through the video. "We hope all of our little ones are able to join us as we embark on this new online journey of staying connected together as a church and with our Father, Son, and Holy Spirit." Ms. Gina


posted by Jill Donnelly on 2020-09-10

For those who are not ready/able to be in church on Sunday, check out some online options: Washington National Cathedral,, St. Paul’s Petersburg,, St. Stephen’s RVA,, St. Paul’s RVA,, Johns Memorial Farmville,, Manakin,, St. John’s, RVA,


posted by Jill Donnelly on 2020-07-26

When you arrive for worship, an usher will help you find a seat. We must remain six feet apart at all times, therefore every other pew will not be used. Cushions have been removed to allow easy cleaning after each use. Please bring a cushion from home each week if you would like. Please see the photos for an idea of how the ushers are able to seat us so that we all maintain a safe distance. At the conclusion of the service the ushers will direct one pew at a time toward the exit. We appreciate your patience as you wait, and we hope you will enjoy the music or use the time for additional prayer.


posted by Jill Donnelly on 2020-07-26

When we regather for in person worship, masks are required. It's one way that we can love our neighbor. If you have a mask, please wear it. If you need a mask, we have beautiful masks created by Marigene Little. They come in all sorts of colors and designs and can be washed and worn over and over. Eventually we will begin to recognize one another even with our masks on and we will look fabulous doing it, thanks to Marigene!


posted by Jill Donnelly on 2020-07-26

So many of you have been wonderful about keeping your pledges and offerings current through these hot summer months, allowing us to continue our ministries and we are grateful for you. We know that not everyone is able to give right now, and we hold you in our prayers. You can also support Christ and Grace with your prayers, acts of service, and connecting with us through our weekly eNews, online worship and Bible study. Soon we will be able to regather to worship in person. We have so much for which to give thanks! If you need more information about giving please contact the church office or go to "Give" at


posted by Jill Donnelly on 2020-05-28

The church building is now open on Sunday mornings for worship at 10 am. If you need something from the building during the week, please email or call and arrange with us to pick up things on Wednesdays when we can bring it out to your car. We appreciate your understanding and care for one another.


posted by Jill Donnelly on 2019-04-18

Visit our website at and go to “Give” at the top of the page for our online giving options. You can also text a gift to 804-294-2214 listing the donation amount as your message, and then you will receive a link to complete your donation. Both options are secure, fast and easy to use.


posted by Jill Donnelly on 2018-10-04

Your contribution statement can be viewed anytime by logging in to the online directory on this website. Across the top of this page, find "About Us" and click on the down arrow. Then go to online directory, and input the password which you can receive by calling or emailing the church office. Once in the directory, find "manage my family profile" at the bottom of the page. Here you can view your own "giving history" by setting up your password so that only you can see your information.


posted by Jill Donnelly on 2018-09-21

Did you receive your emailed invitation to the online directory? By accepting the invite, you can create a personal password to manage your family's profile. To find the directory on this website, go to "About Us" across the top of this page and click on the down arrow. Here you will find the online directory. The information is password protected, so call or email the church office for the password. Update your family profile and view your giving history anytime. See photos of parishioners and get an address or phone number when needed.


posted by Jill Donnelly on 2018-09-21

The church office is currently open on Wednesdays 10 am - 4 pm and Fridays 9 am - 12 pm. Should you need assistance please call the church office at 733-7202 or email to Thank you.