Religion

Janet James, pastor

Gayton Kirk Presbyterian Church

Tennessee native Pastor Janet James of Gayton Kirk Presbyterian grew up in a small town surrounded by mountains in Eastern Tennessee called Dayton.

She grew up worshiping Baptist, but that soon changed when she attended college and explored her religious options. James attended a worship and music conference in 1989 in Montreat, N.C., that made her question her career choices. She could not stop studying and reading more about God and decided to go to career counseling.
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Douglas Crockett, pastor

Highland Springs United Methodist Church

Both practical and spiritual, Pastor Douglas Crockett of Highland Springs United Methodist Church is not only a pastor but a practicing attorney. Both aspects are constantly at work, whether he's preaching to his congregation or helping his clients at his own law practice.

Crockett grew up worshiping Baptist at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church in his hometown of Ivanhoe, Va. While studying at Emory and Henry College, he became acquainted with the United Methodist Church on campus and met his wife Rita, who is United Methodist.
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Henrico church to offer ‘drive-in’ prayer services on Good Friday


APR. 11, 11 A.M. –Need a quick prayer? One Henrico church is making it easy for you this Good Friday.

From 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. April 15, Pastor Mark Sprowl will offer "drive-in" prayer on the circular drive at Laurel Presbyterian Church, 9675 Staples Mill Road (just north of Hungary Road).
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Christmas Eve services planned

The following churches in Henrico County are among those that will hold Christmas Eve services Dec. 24: Trinity United Methodist Church, 903 Forest Ave. – 4 p.m. (family), 6 p.m. (modern), 8:30 p.m. (traditional) and 11 p.m. (traditional); Welborne United Methodist Church, 920 Maybeury Dr. – 5 p.m. (family) and 8 p.m. (traditional); River Road Church Baptist, 8000 River Rd. – 4 p.m. and 11 p.m.; Oak Hall Baptist Church, 1877 Old Hanover Rd. – 4:30 p.m.; St. John’s Catholic Church, 813 W. Nine Mile Rd. – 5:30 p.m.; Highland Springs United Methodist Church, 22 N. Holly Ave. – 7 p.m.; Battery Park Christian Church, 4201 Brook Rd. – 7 p.m.;
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‘Run 2 Rebuild Richmond’ scheduled at River Road UMC Oct. 1

Event to benefit low-income homeowners

River Road United Methodist Church will host its fifth Run 2 Rebuild Richmond Saturday, Oct. 1 to raise money for Rebuilding Together Richmond.

The event will include a 5K run/walk, a one-mile “Fun Run” and a wellness fair. Event proceeds will benefit Rebuilding Together Richmond, a local non-profit that brings volunteers together to repair the homes of low-income homeowners.
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A unified mission, one footprint at a time


Five years ago, a humble man named Bill Pike had an idea that would bring his church community together and raise money for a few noble causes. Today, that idea has blossomed into the Mission Footprint 5k race, which involves three local churches and benefits five charitable organizations.

This year’s Mission Footprint 5k will be held on Saturday, Sept. 12 and will feature members of Trinity United Methodist Church, River Road Church, Baptist and Third Church.
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ICGR honors CARITAS


The Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond (ICGR) held its 7th Annual Clergy and Community Leaders Recognition Program March 16 at Rosyln Retreat Center in Henrico, honoring CARITAS and the Rev. Ben Campbell of Richmond Hill for their efforts to enhance understanding, respect and cooperation among the various religious faiths. Pictured, from left, are Tiffany Hall and Clara Stokes of CARITAS, Ben Campbell, and Lynn Johnston of ICGR.
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Or Ami to continue open doors policy for high holiday services

Congregation Or Ami will continue its open-doors policy for high holidays in the coming weeks and months.
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‘Elf shop’ helps children provide gifts for their families


Earlier this week, Varina Episcopal Church hosted its first "Elf's Shop," an event designed to provide an opportunity for disadvantaged children to "shop" for Christmas items for their families.

In April 2009, the chuch established a food pantry to assist residents in the area by distributing meat, produce, bread and dry goods on the first and third Monday of each month. Since that time the pantry has grown from four families to 40 families and has distributed more than 40,000 pounds of food.
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Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden will present Flowers After 5 on Thursday evenings through September. Stroll through the gardens and enjoy live music from Dance Candy, as well as family activities, wine and beer, dining and shopping. Lawn chairs and blankets are welcome. The Garden partners with the Richmond SPCA on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month for Fidos After 5 where leashed pets are allowed. Admission is $8 to $13 or free for members. For details, visit http://www.lewisginter.org. Full text

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