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Seeking God's healing of metropolitan Richmond through prayer, hospitality, racial reconciliation and spiritual development. Come join us!
  • Advent Retreat with Annie Campbell

    4:00 pm Friday  — 4:00 pm Saturday, December 5 – 6, 2014 Come to Richmond Hill for a 24-hour retreat as a way of preparing our hearts for the Christmas Season. In this annual retreat Annie Campbell provides a quiet, contemplative opportunity for reflecting on the year that is past and preparing for a new… [Continue Reading]

    Advent Retreat with Annie Campbell
  • The Gift of Stress Relief: Real Strategies for Real Relief

    Saturday Dec. 6th 4:00 pm through Sunday Dec 7th 4:00 pm If the yoke you are bearing and the burden you are carrying is not easy, then maybe it’s not Jesus’s. It may be someone else’s. (Dallas Willard, 2008) We can all use a little stress relief, especially during the holidays. During this retreat we… [Continue Reading]

    The Gift of Stress Relief: Real Strategies for Real Relief
  • Book Lecture Series returns this Fall

    Richmond’s Unhealed History Book Lecture Series returns this Fall Thursday evenings, running 10 weeks September 18 – November 20, 2014 Time: 7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.  Facilitator: Rev. Benjamin P. Campbell The Reverend Benjamin P. Campbell, author of Richmond’s Unhealed History and Senior Pastor of Richmond Hill, will be facilitating a 10-week lecture series on… [Continue Reading]

    Book Lecture Series returns this Fall

Join us for Vocare


Are you wondering what comes next in your life? Have you ever asked God, “What are You doing with me?” If so, you might find some answers in the Vocare School. Vocare means to call or to summon, and this school for vocation is intended to provide tools, space, and community for discerning God’s call in each […]

Today is:

November 23, 2014

Today’s Prayer

We pray for the healing of metropolitan Richmond: for the sick and those on our hearts; for the welfare of all of our citizens; for the establishment of God's order in our community; and for peace. On Sundays we pray for our fellow citizens who live in the counties of Charles City, Goochland, Powhatan, and New Kent: the Supervisors, School Boards, and Administrators. We also pray for an end to racial prejudice. We pray for all places of prayer or worship:churches, mosques, and synagogues. We pray for all who seek God. We pray for colleges, seminaries, and technical schools.