Volunteers Needed to Feed Youth on Sunday Nights

Do you love God? Do You love People? There's an awesome way to serve God and share your love with people that's easy as a snack supper. Each Sunday night , the youth who are involved with choir have a quick snacky supper before Large Group starts. We need volunteers to help prepare these dinners for the youth. It's an easy way to serve others and an even easier way to let our students know that the church cares for them. This past fall we had some awesome people step up and now we want you!  So click HERE to sign up for a Sunday evening, or contact Donna in the church office at Donna@hrbcrichmond.org

Thanks a ton!

Jon and Phillip

HRBC Begins New Deacon Nomination Process

The Deacon Nominating Team is requesting your help. We are looking for your recommendations of those who should be asked to serve as Huguenot Road Baptist deacons for a 3-year term, beginning January 2017. Please share with the Team those persons you recommend who are already ordained but not serving with the current board and those you wish to recommend to be considered as an apprentice deacon for future ordination.


Nomination forms are available at each Welcome Center and H E R E You may (1) place your nomination form(s) in the offering plate during worship, (2) place them in the labeled box in the Narthex, (3) leave them with the receptionist in the church office, or (4) hand them to a member of the Deacon Nominating Team: Richard Martin, chair; David Cornelius, Lesley Montgomery, Martha Parker, Lois Simmons, Wendell Thomas and Samuel Thornton.

Spirituality Retreat: October 14-15

Come join us for a two day retreat, Discovering Spirit: God and Us.  Take an evening and a morning to set aside sacred time to nourish your soul and your relationship with God in Christ.  The focus of the retreat will be both educational and experiential.  Attention will be given to teaching various ancient Christian practices and attendees will have the opportunity to experience these practices first-hand.  Activities will include: walking a labyrinth, engaging in lectio divina (close and repetitive reading of scripture), centering prayer, journaling, meditating, and more!  For more information, contact Kristin Francisco .


“The spiritual life is not one slice of existence but leaven for the whole loaf.”

 -Marjorie J. Thompson, Soul Feast: An Invitation to the Christian Spiritual Life


Interested in being a foster parent?

Did you know that each year over 2,000 children enter the foster care system in Virginia?  These children need someone like you to give them a safe and loving home.  HopeTree Family Services provides the training and support you need to be the parents that they need.  To hear more about this opportunity, please come to our next Orientation Session which will be held at:

The Virginia Baptist Resource Center,

2828 Emerywood Parkway,

Richmond, VA 23294

On October 17, 2016 from 6:00—7:00 pm.

Call (804) 201-9006 or email Shannon   for more information.