91.7 [ Lynchburg ]  93.9 [ Roanoke ] 105.3  [ Farmville & Fluvanna]

91.7   Lynchburg    93.9   Roanoke   105.3    Farmville & Fluvanna 

"Should Abortion Be Legal?" Debate at UVA March 20

Should Abortion Be Legal?  Two veteran apologists — Nadine Strossen, former ACLU president and professor at New York Law School, and Stephanie Gray, founder of Love Unleashes Life — will debate ethical and moral questions surrounding the legality and regulation of abortion. A Q&A will follow, and lunch will be provided.  This event will be held Tuesday, March 20 from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm, Caplin Pavilion, University of Virginia School of Law. Sponsored by Advocates for Life, Americans United for Life, and The Federalist Society.  Find this event on Facebook for more information.







Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center Blaze Pizza Fundraiser Night March 20

The Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center's Blaze Pizza Fundraiser Night will be Tuesday March 20 at Blaze Pizza, 4026 Wards Road in Lynchburg from 5pm-9pm. 20% of your order will benefit the Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center when you present a flyer at checkout. Visit their Facebook page to download the flyer or save a picture of it to your phone. If you have questions contact BRPC at 434-528-4321. Learn more at BRPC at www.brpcfriends.org.







Farmville Community Lenten Series March 21- 30

“The Road to the Resurrection” is the title of the Farmville community Lenten series, which will focus on the last hours of Jesus before his crucifixion through the eyes of the apostle John. All services begin at noon and will last about 30 minutes followed by a luncheon. All events are free and open to the public. Here is the schedule and location of each event.  


Wed, Feb. 21                Heritage Baptist Church                          700 Milnwood Road

Wed, Feb. 28                St. John’s Lutheran Church                    1301 Milnwood Road

Wed, Mar. 7                  Farmville United Methodist Church         212 High Street

Wed, Mar 14                 Jericho Baptist Church                            615 Franklin Street

Wed, Mar. 21                Farmville Presbyterian Church                200 3rd Street

Good Friday, Mar. 30    Farmville Baptist Church                         132 North Main Street

The Shining Light Players present “A Consuming Fire” March 24

The Shining Light Players, a Christian drama and music ministry based in Pensacola, Florida, will present “A Consuming Fire” on Saturday, March 24 at 7:00pm  Calvary Chapel Lynchburg. The play is a dramatic retelling of the story of missionaries Jim and Elisabeth Elliot and their sacrificial efforts to bring the gospel of Christ to the unreached people of Ecuador.

A  dessert reception will be held in the church lobby following the performance. There is no charge for this event.

Shining Light Players exists to create quality Christian dramatic art. They proudly proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ while providing opportunity and inspiration for Christian performers. Learn more at www.shininglightplayers.com.

Calvary Chapel Lynchburg is a 742 Leesville Road.










Straight Street of Buckingham Community Easter Egg Hunt  March 24

Straight Street of Buckingham will sponsor a community Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 24, 2018 11-2 p.m. at the Straight Street facility located on Highway 20, next to the Carter G. Woodson Education Complex. This event is free and open to the public. 
Straight Street will also receive any vendors interested in setting up during the Community Easter Egg Hunt.  There will be a $20 vendor fee for each reserved space.  To reserve a spot, please contact jpatterson@unitywiththecommunity.org or call 434.983.1232.    










Calvary Chapel Farmville Israel Prophesy Night March 25

Calvary Chapel Farmville presents Israel Prophesy Night featuring "Chosen People Ministries" Sunday March 25 from 7-8:30pm at the church. Mike Herts will speak about the efforts to reach Jewish people for Jesus plus a Q&A session with Mike. Everyone is welcome. Calvary Chapel Farmville is at 300 Industrial Road.







Campbell County Department of Social Services Help with Benefits

The Campbell County Department of Social Services will begin having a representative on site at Patrick Henry Memorial Library in Brookneal once a month to help residents with benefits.

A benefit program specialist will be at the library every second Tuesday of the month from 9 a.m. to 12 noon to help with the benefit programs SNAP, TANF, and Medicaid.

The specialist will be there to help residents in the area who have questions about benefits, who want to apply for or renew benefits, or drop off information.

The library is located at 204 Lynchburg Avenue, Brookneal.

If you have any questions, please contact Social Services at 434-332-9585.

Farmville United Methodist Church Fitness Group

Farmville United Methodist Church invites you to join The Methodizer's, a women’s only small group fitness program that meets on Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays from 9 AM to 10 AM in the Social Hall.  There is also a Thursday evening PiYo class at 6 PM, held in the Social Hall and open to the community.  For more information, call 434-392-4686


Campbell County Public Library currently has volunteer tutors trained and waiting to serve adult learners who struggle with basic reading, writing, and/or English language skills (ESL). Classes are FREE.

Class times can be arranged to suit almost any schedule. Meetings are held once per week at:

Staunton River Memorial Library, 500 Washington St., Altavista,

Patrick Henry Memorial Library, 204 Lynchburg Avenue, Brookneal.

Free classes for development of workplace skills are also available.

For more information, please call the Literacy Volunteers office at 434-592-9534 or 434-332-9561 or email Lynne Wheeler, program director, at lpwheeler@campbellcountyva.gov.


For 33 years, Lynchburg Daily Bread has provided a hot meal in a Christian environment to the needy of the Lynchburg area.

Our office hours are 8am-1:30pm, 7 days a week. We serve a free, nutritious lunch from 10:50am to 12:20pm, 365 days a year. Everyone is welcome and guests may have as many servings as they wish. More than 98% of our food is donated from local colleges, grocery stores, restaurants, etc.

Volunteers are the lifeline of Lynchburg Daily Bread. Each day, 10-12 volunteers prepare, cook and serve the meal to the homeless and hungry of our community. If you would like to help, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator.