Community Events

BRPC 5th Annual Golf Tournament – June 2

Our 5th Annual Golf Tournament, Be a Hero “Fore” Life, will be held at London Downs Golf Course on Friday, June 2.  Lunch will be from noon – 1:00 pm with shot-gun starts at 1:30 pm. The cost is $100 per individual or $400 per team. Go to  http://www.brpcfriends.org/golf to sign up now.  Sponsorship and registration forms can be found by ... Read More »

Harvest Baptist Church Revival June 4-7

Harvest Baptist Church is hosting a series of services June 4 at 11am and 6pm and June 5-7 at 7pm at 2571 Carter Street in Lynchburg. Guest speakers will be Earl Clarkson and Jeff Worley with back to back preaching each evening. Musical guests include Smokey Wilson,  One Accord, Joyce Parrish, Mercy’s Well and Noah and Sandra Hickman. For more ... Read More »

SBDC at CVCC Lunch to Learn June 7

The Small Business Development Center‘s Lunch To Learn series has something for you, even if you’ve been in business for years, are a new start-up, or a non-profit organization. Enjoy a free lunch and hear a speaker on a particular topic; there’s time for questions, too. There is no cost but per-registration is requested.  Register here: https://sbdccvcc.org/lunch-to-learn/ All lunches begin at ... Read More »

Samy Tanagho Ministry to Muslims at Calvary Chapel Fluvanna June 11

Samy Tanagho, author of Glad News, God Loves You My Muslim Friend!, will be speaking at Calvary Chapel Fluvanna Sunday, June 11. Samy is an Egyptian Christian who founded the Glad News ministry to reach Muslims with the Gospel. He will speak at both morning services and again at 6:30pm with a seminar on how to win Muslims to Jesus. ... Read More »

Salvation Army of Greater Lynchburg Needs Breakfast Supplies

The Salvation Army of Greater Lynchburg is experiencing substantial supply shortages in breakfast items. Last year, the Community Feeding Program provided more than 39,000 meals to individuals in need. This is a 40 percent increase in individuals served over the previous year. Since the beginning of 2017, the amount of individuals needing assistance has continued to grow. “We are seeing ... Read More »

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