Unitarians to discuss ‘racism’
On Sunday, February 5, Kristi VanAudenhove will lead the service at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Rappahannock (UUFR). Her subject will be “Reflections on Being An Ally.” February has been recognized as “Black History Month” since the 1960s, building on Negro History Week first observed in 1926.
02.01.2012ECW elects officers
The Episcopal Church Women (ECW) of Christ Church Parish have elected officers to serve in the coming year. They are Ginger Smither, president; Jean Holt, vice president; Brenda Brizendine, recording secretary; Vel Gray, treasurer; and Bev Hart, corresponding secretary.
01.25.2012‘Believer’s Breakfast’ is Sunday
A “Believer’s Breakfast and Worship” will be celebrated at Lower United Methodist Church on Sunday, January 29, with breakfast at 9 a.m. and creative worship at 10 a.m. Both will be held in the fellowship hall. “Those currently not participating in worship and seeking a church family, please join us!” said a church spokesperson.
01.25.2012Spring Hill plans ‘Baptist Men’s Day’
Spring Hill Baptist Church of Cobbs Creek will celebrate “Baptist Men’s Day” this Sunday, January 29, beginning with breakfast at 8 a.m. with the men serving. The guest speaker will be Rev. David Anthonye of Mathews. The men will teach all classes at the Sunday School Hour at 10 a.m. and will conduct the Morning Worship Hour at 11 a.m.