Welcome to Richmond Hill

An ecumenical Christian fellowship and residential community who serve as stewards of an urban retreat center within the setting of a historic monastery.

Prayer

Prayer

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Hospitality

Hospitality

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Racial Reconciliation

Racial Reconciliation

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Spiritual Development

Spiritual Development

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Founded in 1987, Richmond Hill is an ecumenical Christian fellowship and residential community who serve as stewards of an urban retreat center within the setting of a historic monastery. Our Mission is to seek God’s healing of Metropolitan Richmond through prayer, hospitality, racial reconciliation and spiritual development.

Listening to the Silence: January 8, 2019
Walking on Water — a Retreat on Courage, Trust and Readiness
Drop-In Grief Support meets Friday — December 14, 2018
Art & Spirituality: Open Studio on Saturday, January 19
A good sermon can aid effective spiritual development.
Listening to the Silence: December 11, 2018
Brother Lawrence Retreat: Sign up now!
Praying with the songs of Taizé, Tuesday, December 4, 7:30 pm
You can request your own Discernment Circle
Listen to the Clergy Convocation Sermons

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Richmond Hill seeks a new Co-Pastoral Director

  Thank you for your interest in Richmond Hill and its missional commitment to seek God’s healing of metropolitan Richmond. The leadership of this sacred place is shared by two Co-Pastoral Director positions, one of which will become vacant by the summer of 2019 when Rev. Janie M. Walker retires...

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Today’s Prayer

Today is December 16, 2018.
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.
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