Wednesday evenings at HRBC are a time to pause during the week in order to gather for fellowship, laughter, Bible study and encouragement.  The evening begins at 5:30 pm with the HRBC Cafe, children are dismissed at 6:00 pm for their activities, and youth and adults meet in a variety of studies at 6:15 pm.  There is something for every age, no matter your place in the journey of faith!  See details for each group below. 

Fall Adult Small Groups

Entrusted: A Study of Second Timothy

In this women’s study with Beth Moore, participants will be encouraged to guard what God has entrusted to you, further God’s kingdom by sharing Christ with others and pour into the furtue generations just as Paul once mentored Timothy. Because in this journey of joy and hardship, we need each other to stay the course and live a life of faithfulness. Led by Tanja Cottrell in room 122/123

Financial Peace University

This is a nine-lesson class on money management taught by Dave Ramsey and facilitated by Amy Rawls.  You will learn the basics of budgeting, getting rid of debt, planning for the future and giving out of abundance.  There is a fee to participate.  To learn more, visit www.hrbcrichmond.org/my-hrbc. Meets in room 117

A Christian Response to Immigration

Our Christian faith is rooted in the stories of ancient immigrants, from Abraham and Sarah to Jesus himself. Our country is a nation of immigrants comprised of women and men from all countries, all economic and social classes, and all walks of life.  Yet surprisingly – or perhaps not – immigration has become a vexing and divisive issue across our land and across our world.  What does the Bible say about immigration?  How should followers of Jesus who call us to “welcome the stranger” respond to today’s immigration debate?  What should we know to inform our response?  Our five-week series invites us to peer through the lens of our faith at matters like the Bible and immigration; the terminology of immigration; the phenomenon of global migration; our country’s immigration legal system; immigrant detention; legalizing one’s status; refugee and asylum petitions; DACA and young immigrants; and others.  Led by Pastor Bob with special guests Sue and Greg Smith, CBF and BGAV Field Personnel.  Meets in room MPR 2.

We Make the Road by Walking

Join a group of ladies as they walk together through the major themes of the Bible.  This study offers everything you need to explore what a difference an honest, living, growing faith can make in our world today. It also puts tools in your hands to create a life-changing learning community.  Meets in room 125

Soul Care

Does the week seem to always get ahead of you?  Is it hard to find time for quiet; to just rest and be refreshed by God’s Spirit?  In this experience, you are invited into quiet and a place to refocus and reflect on God’s presence in your life.  Follow guided activities or just be.  This space is for you and God. Meets in room 121.

Wednesday Night Children and Youth Activities

King’s Kids Choir (K - 5th grade)

This ensemble leads in worship five to eight times per year and participates in seasonal programs and presents a musical in May. In this choir we learn about musical concepts and theory, meaning of sung texts, and worship leadership. Our rehearsal is an action-packed 45 minutes of music and fun! Rehearsal starts at 6:45 pm.

Preschool Music and Missions (ages 2-5)

This is ensemble is designed more for the experience of learning about God through music, rather than presentation of music in worship or concert venue. These are our little ones who sing “sitting” on the floor usually with a guitar accompaniment. “Rehearsal” is from 6:00 – 7:30 pm.

12:2 Student Ministries Small Groups

Small groups take the teaching of large group and helps students process it at a more personal level.  These groups are divided by age and gender. It is a time where students can pray for each other and learn how to be accountable to each other. This is a place of deeper growth for the students. It takes place during the school year. They meet at 6:15 pm.

Extreme Kids Missions (K - 5th grade)

Children learn how the love of God is being expressed locally and around the world through our partner missions.  Children also plan and carry our their own mission experiences. They meet at 6:00 pm.

HRBC Cafe Menu


October 17

Caesar salad, herb marinated mahi with lemon butter, roasted pepper rice pilaf, spaghetti squash, rolls, fudge brownies


Adult meals: $7
Kids meals: $4
Maximum family: $24

Reservations are due by Monday, October 15 at noon. Make a reservation by clicking the link below or calling the church office.

Fall Brochure

Typical Schedule

5:30 pm
HRBC Cafe in the Family Life Center
6:00 pm
Childcare, Extreme Kids Missions, Preschool Music and Missions
6:15 pm
Adult and youth small groups
6:45 pm
King’s Kids Choir
8:00 pm
Chancel Choir

Need more info?

We can’t wait for you to join us! If you have a question, please contact the Church Office at
(804) 272-2072.