Category: Outreach

Event Information

When:
August 17th, 2019
Where:
TBA

The 2019 Unity Build is an interfaith effort of Richmond Metro Habitat for Humanity, designed to bring people together from within different faith groups to learn about one another while building homes and hope in RVA. The 2019 Unity Build will kick off this month (July) and run through October. The Unity build will build two homes for two deserving families.

As a partner in the build, our congregation will be putting God’s love into action by helping to build a better community with affordable housing.

We need YOU! We are trying to build a team of 8 people that would like to work on at least one build day, and have two dates already in place:

– Saturday, August 17th
– Saturday, September 21st

Please email our Minister of Outreach, Lynn Williams, at lwilliams@stpaulsrva.org if you are interested in this opportunity!

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Event Information

When:
May 11th, 2019 at 9:00 am
Where:
East End Cemetery

Come join us for this Spring’s East End Cemetery Clean Up!

Join Together for an Intergenerational Day of Service (and afterwards come fellowship with us at Triple Crossing Brewery-Fulton!)

Come Uncover History! Everyone (all ages) is Welcome! There will be an opportunity to pull weeds, cut brush, vines and branches; haul logs and buckets of debris, and to uncover long lost headstones. Wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty!

After you turn into the cemetery, make a sharp right. The East End cleanup is the first cluster of cars/people you will see.

For more information, contact Lynn Williams, Minister of Outreach, at lwilliams@stpaulsrva.org or Chris Graham at cgraham@stpaulsrva.org.

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Event Information

When:
May 2nd, 2019 at 6:30 pm
Where:
Good Shepherd Baptist Church
1127 N 28th St 23223

Save the Date — May 2, 2019 — to attend the Nehemiah Action Council for RISC at Good Shepherd Baptist Church in Church Hill from 6:30 – 8:30 PM.

At the Action Council, you can learn to seek justice to improve reading levels in Richmond elementary schools; educate Chesterfield teachers on more appropriate responses to children affected by a life of trauma, and address high eviction rates in Richmond.

Your presence will make a difference!

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