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Wednesday Night Program – November 2

Wednesday Night Supper & Program for November 2! 5:00 pm  Supper:    Bœuf Bourguignon (beef stew with carrots and mushrooms), Roasted potatoes    6:15 pm  Program:   “Good Grief:  Living Through It and Helping Others” — Donna Authers   Donna Authers to Speak The Bereavement Ministry Team invites everyone to come and hear an informative and uplifting, scripture-based program entitled, read on


Sunday, October 30 – 3:00 pm! Bounce House, Crafts, Games, Face Painting, Candy, Concessions  And More! At the home of Judy and Robby Gough   read on

Upcoming Mission Opportunities

MISSIONS FAIR – Wednesday, November 9, 6:15 pm in Fellowship Hall.    WMU COLLECTIONS for Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women (FCCW) of greeting cards, stamps, stationery and toiletry  kits are due November 13.  (More details to come.)  OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD SHOEBOXES are due mid November.  Plan to fill a shoebox and make a difference in a child’s life.  Go to Samaritan’s read on

Alma Hunt State Missions Offering

During October we are supporting the Alma Hunt Offering for Virginia Missions. This offering supports ministries in and missionaries from Virginia.  A portion of the money goes back to the local associations.  Since the CVBA (Central Virginia Baptist Association) supports the chaplain ministry, that means our contributions will be supporting the Fluvanna Correctional Center for read on

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Upcoming for Sunday, October 30

“I Am Spartacus” Rev. Gary Dalton Scripture:  Hebrews 2:10-18 read on

A Bridge Across – October 25

This past Sunday, the congregation met in Church Conference.  By a large majority we voted to welcome openly gay persons as any other persons who may present themselves for UBC membership by their profession of faith in Jesus Christ through Christian baptism.  The vote tally among the four options presented by the Deacons is listed read on