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

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

January is Sanctity of Human Life Month

January is Sanctity of Human Life Month, a month of particular focus on the tens of millions of lives that have been lost since the Roe v. Wade decision, and the lack of support in our culture that leaves so many women and couples justifying abortion as their "solution" to an unplanned pregnancy.

Is your church connected with the pregnancy center in your area? There are lots of ways you get involved: have a guest speaker  from the center come to your church, promote a Baby Bottle Campaign to collect funds for your center, volunteer some time and more!

Click on one of the links below to connect with a center near you and to learn how you can support their efforts.

Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center- Lynchburg


Blue Ridge Women's Center- Roanoke


Pregnancy Support Center of Southside Virginia


Pregnancy Centers of Central Virginia- Charlottesville


Bedford Pregnancy Center


Click here for more ways to support life through the March for Life Conference and Expo in Washington, D.C. January 18 &19.



Timberlake Christian Schools Open House- January 16

Timberlake Christian Schools presents an Open House on January 16 from 9-12 and 4-6 pm. If you're looking for a Christ-centered quality educational experience for your child, consider Timberlake Christian Schools. For over 50 years TCS has provided a solid foundation for students to grow both academically and spiritually. Timberlake Christian offers a blend of quality academics with a discipleship focused learning environment. Timberlake ranges from Pre-K through 12th grade and offers a wide-array of curricular and extra-curricular activities in a safe and nurturing atmosphere. For more information about Timberlake Christian in Forest, VA call 434-237-5943 or visit the website, tcs4u.org.


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.