Our 5:00 p.m. Port of Grace worship service is held in the Chapel and it is open to everyone. Worship is led by our Campus Ministry team. The best way to enter the building is through the main door on Laurel Street closest to the Altria Theater. The service is followed by a home cooked meal at 6:00 p.m. and everyone is invited to stay for dinner!
There is parking available behind the church (enter off Floyd Avenue) or in the alley between the church and the Altria Theater.
For more information contact the Rev. Kimberly Reinholz.
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Sundays: At 4:00 p.m. we gather to practice different forms of medication. This is a time of silent reflection a time to stop, listen and focus on God’s still small voice which calls to each of us. At different times we may provide icons for Contemplative prayer, or mandalas for praying in color, depending on how this time develops. All are welcome to drop in and spend some quality time with The Divine.
Mondays: Every Monday we have cookies available for a little “pick you up”. We know how often after a weekend we all have a case of the Mundays. Come have a little sweet to start your week. In addition, our awesome VCU Campus interns are currently planning the Monday program . Stay tuned for more information which will be coming shortly about Monday Ministry opportunities.
Wednesdays: On Wednesday evenings at 6:00 p.m. we eat and spend time together playing games or doing some other fun activity. On the last Wednesday of the month we are going to have Pinterest parties. We will invite people to share a recipe or craft to try out and we will either succeed or fail as a community. We will solicit requests the week before, so keep your eyes open for things you’d never try at home!
Thursdays: Digital Discernment Groups now forming. The Rev. Kim Reinholz will host a virtual group for anyone struggling with the big questions- What next? Where is God in my life? Should I stay with this romantic partner? What do I do now that this relationship has ended? How do I tell my parents about XYZ? … Weekly she will check in and offer spiritual direction and prayer practices or disciplines which will allow us to listen for the Holy Spirit amidst the distraction and noise of daily life. If you are interested in joining this group contact her directly.
Fridays: Come and help at the Red Door Soup Kitchen Ministry, We serve lunch from 1:00 p.m. to 1:45 pm (or until food runs out). If you are interested in helping as an individual please just stop by. If you are part of a larger group- a sorority fraternity or other organization please contact The Rev. Kim Reinholz as to not overbook the kitchen.
Saturdays: On the Second Saturday of the Month we will get off campus, unplug, and reconnect to creation. Leave your books for a few hours and hike in some of Richmond’s parks and recreation areas. Information about where to meet and when will be posted on our Facebook page as well as on the parish calendar.
Join us! Visit our Facebook page to learn about all our activities and schedule.
Thank You from George Thomas
George Thomas has been a Campus Ministry student here for 8 ½ years, first as a VCU undergraduate then throughout medical school. As he leaves Richmond to begin his residency training at the University of Maryland, he publicly thanked this congregation for their support throughout his student years. You’ll love watching this video of his testimonial to the generosity of this congregation and our Campus Ministry program. George spoke to the congregation on Sunday, April 24 at the 11:00 a.m. Classic service.
The work centers around dental and eye clinics, education, and construction. We opened a new relationship in Belize with Christ the King Anglican School, where they were involved in construction projects to improve the school and education programs and worship with the children and faculty of the school. If you are interested in our mission work please visit our Campus Ministry Facebook page (link below).