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Parenting Forums COVID-19

Ashley Soukup, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, is back and hosting an online forum. It will be Tuesday, May 26 at 7:00 p.m., via Zoom. She is sharing "Challenges of life during social distancing and what families can do." For all information contact
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You can help McGuire Veterans Hospital

While our hospital ministry team is unable to be present with patients and staff at this time, DOERS can help provide greatly needed masks for hospital staff who do not work directly with patients. The hospital requires 100% cotton masks. We are looking for volunteers to sew masks as well as donations of the following [...]
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Support CARITAS in COVID-19

Be part of a housewarming shower! The long-awaited opening of the CARITAS Center is scheduled for this summer! St. James’s adopted a 2 bedroom apartment and now it is time to help get all 47 sober living apartments ready to receive new residents. Jennifer Pollard is hosting a shower and would love to have you [...]
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St. James’s Children’s Center works with SaveRVARestaurants and Perly’s

Weezie Beckley - Thank you for sending those wonderful pictures. Could you share with me more information about SaveRVARestaurants?  Diahann Whittington - Director of Saint James’s Children Center - We were connected through Toby Desch, whose friend Brock Saunders was trying to help local restaurants and families in need at the same time.  Nicci Porter is [...]
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Doers Can Help RVA during COVID

So many faithful DOERS are asking for ways to help during this pandemic. Many will miss participating in our annual CARITAS shelter host week which was scheduled for April 25- May 2. The good news, however is that CARITAS staff have located a “permanent” location for its women guests (R Street Salvation Army Center) throughout [...]
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Richmond’s Shelters Need Masks

RVA Needs Masks The Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy has recently released a statement announcing the need for face masks in our shelters; #MaskUp Richmond’s most vulnerable! Please see instructions for creating masks and guidelines for tracking and distributing them to our local shelter and agency partners. In addition we continue to ask for [...]
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Jazz Mass March 1st at 5:00pm featuring Taylor Barnett

You are Invited! Once a month on the first Sunday at 5:00 p.m., our clergy lead Richmond’s finest jazz players along with singers from our choir and congregation through a specially designed liturgy that is open to the improvisation that is the heart of jazz music. Readings may be from Scripture, thoughtful theologians, poetry, novels, [...]
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Hunger Relief Starts Here

Thanksgiving Day Food Collection Find Feed More’s “most needed food items” lists in the Narthex on Sundays, November 10, 17 and 24. Please return your filled bags to the Narthex before the Thanksgiving Day service, November 28, at 10 a.m. Did you know that 1 in 7 children in Central Virginia do not have adequate […]

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Servant Ministries Seek Volunteers

These two of  our many servant ministries are looking for new participants right away! Join our team of Bellevue Elementary School lunch buddies and plan to have lots of fun while also serving as champion for a child. Lunch buddies generally gather every other week to meet with children for special activities and TLC as [...]
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Serve on the Shutterbug and Video Squads

Calling all lens pros, semi-pros, talented amateurs, interested dabblers. The Communications Office invites photographers who are looking for a ministry to join the Shutterbug Squad. Your help is needed at church events and services, on trips and retreats, throughout the year. You can use your own camera, or one the church provides. We also need [...]
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