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

501 Randolph Ave., Cape Charles, Va., 23310 

(757) 331-2110


Reconciling Through God's Heart

To pursue reconciliation, we must look to Scripture as we search our own hearts. In His kindness, the Father makes clear we can’t be right with others unless we are right with Him. Yet forgiveness precedes reconciliation, which we see in Old Testament stories of Joseph and his brothers and Jacob and Esau. As we consider the spiritual, cultural, historical and political landscape of our country; as we study similar climates of nations small and large; as we navigate relationships within our families and without—let us look to the Author of Life who created every one in His image (Genesis 1:26-27).  For Christians to be right with one another is for Christians to be right with God’s image-bearer. To insult, demean or unjustly and uncharitably criticize another is to do so to the very image of God. Which do we choose in this moment? And in the next?  History is replete with examples of  bad actors. Today and every day, may we as true Believers be mindful that the heart of God our Father is Christ our Savior, and Christ calls us to forgive (Matthew 6:14-15) and to reconcile (Paul’s letters).

  February 2020  
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