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Seeking God's healing of metropolitan Richmond through prayer, hospitality, racial reconciliation and spiritual development. Come join us!
  • Praying with the songs of Taizé, Mon. Oct. 2, at 7:30 pm

    Come join us on Monday, October 2 — community worship with Eucharist is offered at 5:30 p.m., followed by supper at 6:30 p.m., and then — praying with the songs of Taizé at 7:30 p.m. Taizé worship is contemplative and meditative in character, using short songs, repeated again and again in a candle lit chapel. Using just a few… [Continue Reading]

    Praying with the songs of Taizé, Mon. Oct. 2, at 7:30 pm
  • New Format for Koinonia School! Next seminar is Saturday, October 28, 9 am-4pm

    Our KOINONIA School of Race and Justice is ready to begin it’s third year this fall with some significant modifications that we hope will make it possible for more to participate. The school is designed to equip people in three ways: to engage in transformative and self-reflective work around race; to engage in constructive dialogue… [Continue Reading]

    New Format for Koinonia School! Next seminar is Saturday, October 28, 9 am-4pm
  • Listening for the Silence: October 10, 2017

    Allow the power of God’s presence to comfort you as as you enjoy quiet time here at Richmond Hill. You will be guided to find the safe space within, in order to invite God in. Read passages of scripture, journal, or just bask in peace, listening as God speaks to you. Use your time to reflect, respond,… [Continue Reading]

    Listening for the Silence: October 10, 2017
  • History of Race, with Rev. Ben Campbell — 2nd Koinonina Seminar

    Saturday, October 28, 9 am — 4 pm   Rev. Ben Campbell, Pastor Emeritus of Richmond Hill and author of Richmond’s Unhealed History, is the speaker for the next seminar for the Koinonia School of Race & Justice.  Speaking on the history of race, Campbell argues that the community of metropolitan Richmond is engaged in… [Continue Reading]

    History of Race, with Rev. Ben Campbell — 2nd Koinonina Seminar
  • Drop-In Grief Support. Friday, October 27

    For those who want the opportunity to share experiences and obtain support from others who are experiencing a loss in a flexible group format. Each group begins with an informative 15 minute overview of a grief related topic. Discussion and reflection on the impact of loss, coping, meaning-making, etc. follows the brief presentation. These groups… [Continue Reading]

    Drop-In Grief Support. Friday, October 27
  • Catch the good word here!

    For Denise Bennett’s sermon from Monday, September 25, 2017, click here. Richmond Hill has always been a home for some really fine preaching. But not everyone can make it to our community worship services. In May, we began recording sermons and putting them up on SoundCloud, a free audio streaming program. So now, if you miss the preacher, you… [Continue Reading]

    Catch the good word here!
  • Art & Spirituality: Open Studio on Saturday, Oct. 21, 9 am – 4 pm

    The Art & Spirituality 2017-18 Series begins with a day in the studio… Take a break from the rush and hurry of your busy day and join us in a creative retreat in the inspiring, prayer-soaked walls of Richmond Hill.  Slip into the spiritual rhythm of prayer and quiet here. Enjoy personal time with your creative… [Continue Reading]

    Art & Spirituality: Open Studio on Saturday, Oct. 21, 9 am – 4 pm

Clergy Convocation 2017: Pursuing Shalom Now

Clergy Convocation 2017: Pursuing Shalom Now

Save the Date: November 2 Lisa Sharon Harper, author of The Very Good Gospel, will join us in November for the Clergy Convocation to facilitate a training that would help us consider our role as faithful citizens in today’s political climate. The training would seek to answer the following questions:  How do we organize?  How […]

Today is:

September 26, 2017

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 Tuesdays we pray for our fellow citizens who live in Hanover County, the Board of Supervisors, School Board, and Administrator. We pray for the print, electronic and broadcast media. We also pray for the Churches of metropolitan Richmond; all staff members and clergy. We pray for all who live in poverty, and for all who suffer from mental illness.