We are very glad that you found us on the web. It is truly a pleasure to share with you what God is doing through our congregation. You will find us to be a church that is inviting, inspirational, and spiritually fulfilling. With more than 100 years invested in the Cape Charles community, we encourage you to come and experience this life-changing ministry. Our Sunday times of worship are:

Discipleship Class 9 a.m.

Sunday School for every age group 10 a.m.

Morning Service 11 a.m.

Children's Church 11 a.m.

Hispanic Service 5:30 p.m.

Bible Study 6 p.m.

   We offer opportunities for all ages to get involved through teaching, preaching and fellowship. Our children's minister has designed Scripturally sound, age-appropriate lessons that are as fun as they are meaningful. Our youth meet each week to study Scripture and determine how it applies to real-life situations. Just as robust are our home-based Bible studies, care groups, migrant ministry, Good Samaritan outreach and resources we provide through Adopt-A-Block.  

   So when in town, pay us a visit and discover that we truly are family and everyone is welcome to be part of our growth.

May God Richly Bless You,
Pastor Russell Goodrich


Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

Please join us 5:30 p.m. Monday, December 24 for our annual candlelight service. Everyone is invited to attend and celebrate a day that changed the world, when God came and dwelt among us. 

A Savior Is Born

In adoration of our Lord and Savior, Machipongo artist and church member Bonnie Wilhelm donated her original creche painting (above) to the county Adopt-A- Block, whose mission is to reach the under-served year-round. If you want to contribute to Adopt-A-Block and possibly own the painting in the process, Ed Taylor is selling $5 tickets after the morning service. 


The Advent of Hope

    As we celebrate the first Sunday of Advent, let us remember who first learned of the birth of the Messiah: shepherds watching their flocks by night (Luke 2:8-20). Why shepherds, who were despised social outcasts at the time of Jesus? And why those shepherds in particular?

   Just as Christ lowered himself to the level of man, He also presented himself to the lowest of working men—the very men who maintained the sacrificial lambs for the Jewish religious class, the High Priests.

   Is it possible that the lonely and despised watchmen recognized Jesus as the fulfillment of prophecy: the King of Kings would serve as spiritual shepherd and eternal sin-bearer as the lamb of God? And might they have rejoiced in the hope that the source of their loneliness soon would come to an end?


   December 2018   
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