Our Mission Statement- To seek and save the misplaced, make disciples for Christ and to be a safe haven of grace in the community.
Our vision statement - We will love OTHERS by:
Outreach to the community
Teaching God's Word
Harvest Focused
Evangelize by meeting specific needs
Relevant Worship and Prayer
Strengthened by God's Sacraments
We are glad to see you today! It is our goal to help every one feel included and loved as part of the family of God. Our ministries will help you and guide you as we build healthy relationships, in creating a community pleasing to our Heavenly Father.
Whether you are married or single, young or old, all of us can find our purpose in the wonderful fact that God loves us.  He has an exciting plan for your life and we are here to help you discover that plan as we follow His will.  
We look forward to seeing you!   We can be reached by phone 434-847-3030 or at  Know that we are here for you!
From the Desk of the Pastor

Who Holds the Future

For His anger is but for a moment, His favor is for life; weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning.
Psalm 30:5

Recommended Reading
Jeremiah 29:11

Psalm 30:5 is an example of Scripture explaining Scripture. The second half of the verse is often quoted during times of trouble: “weeping may endure for a night, but joy
in the morning.” But weeping can sometimes last for many nights—or weeks or months, even years. But the first part of the verse explains the second: The psalmist is talking about relative periods of time—a “moment” compared with a “lifetime.”

In other words, God’s favor—His love, grace, mercy, comfort, and provision—is the dominant and permanent theme in our life with Him. His love and grace are never absent contrary to appearances. Even in times of darkness we have every confidence that light will dawn again: “The LORD’s mercies . . .are new every morning” (Lamentations 3:22-23). Even though the present may last more than one night, both the present and the future are in God’s hands. Knowing that light always follows darkness, there is nothing in the future to fear.
If you are living in a dark time today, know that the Light of the World is lighting your path. Walking toward Christ dispels all fear of the future.

We know not what the future holds, but we do know who holds the future.
Willis J. Ray

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