It’s time! It’s time!
Women in Ministry Discussion (12/9); Christmas Pageant & Party (sign up to bring food!); December 16th service location; and more.
Christmas Pageant & Party start-time changed; Women's Retreat early registration ends next week; and more.
Announcements: Christmas Pageant & Party; Night to Shine; and more!
Questions and answers to help your family slow down and reflect on the second coming of Jesus…
A place for Thanksgiving; STEP Christmas store; Art for Advent; and more.
“Chances are you’ll never see discarded Advent decorations littering the street. You won’t see Advent recipes hyped on glossy covers […] But because my job includes preparing church services and programming during Advent, I’ve been thinking about what the season means.”
Harvest Party on Saturday; Women in Ministry discussion on Sunday; and more.
City Church member Anne Stewart Freeman shares some thoughts on our upcoming Women’s Retreat (January 26th and 27th).
Reception for new officers; Women in Ministry dialogue; Christmas pageant save-the-date; and more.
Harvest Party rescheduled; benefit concert for Jenna TOMORROW; Mercy Fund on Sunday; and more.
Towards the end of Galatians, Paul writes to his friends, “Bear one another's burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ…For each will have to bear his own load.” These verses are simple and profound and immediately practical for any stage and circumstance of life.
Meet our new Music & Sound Director, Adam Bailey!
City Church is looking for a new staff member! As you know, we’ve had a lot of staff transition over the last four months and that time has helped us identify the kind of person we need to help us meet the challenges of ministering faithfully in and to the city of Richmond.
City Kids: Grow on Sunday; Session Meeting; Harvest Party; and more
Many in our congregation are currently raising small children, and this is hard work. It is also important work.
City Church Leadership on Sunday (No City Kids: Play); Harvest Party; and more.
“This fall I’ve been reading the reflections of Lesslie Newbigin, a British pastor and missionary who served as bishop in India 50 years ago […] Newbigin meditates on the nature and importance of Christian leadership. Spurred on by this book lately I’ve been thinking about leadership.”
Find out about an easy (but incredibly meaningful) way to serve some of our younger neighbors in Church Hill.
No Children's Worship this Sunday; Congregational Meeting on October 21st; and more.