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

91.7   Lynchburg    93.9   Roanoke   105.3    Farmville & Fluvanna 

Every year on the fourth weekend in June, licensed amateur radio operators across the nation and in many foreign countries conduct a disaster readiness exercise called Field Day.  They take their personal radio equipment from their “radio shacks” to a remote location and put them on the air.  This involves erecting antennas, running cables, and providing electric power. The Lynchburg Amateur Radio Club (LARC), a non-profit public service organization, will participate in Field Day.

The event will be at Isaac Walton Lake in Madison Heights from June 23rd at 2:00 pm through Sunday, June 24th at 2:00 pm. Visitors will be able to observe amateur radio in action. They will see hams communicating by voice, Morse code.  LARC will also have a special “Get On The Air” station which will enable non-licensed people to operate ham radio under the guidance of one of the club members.

Besides being a readiness exercise, Field Day is also a contest.  Points are awarded for each contact made and bonus points awarded for a visit by an elected official or operating off solar power.  Last year, LARC scored 1st in Virginia in its category of three stations (3A) operation. Learn more about the Lynchburg Amateur Radio Club at www.k4cq.com.

Timberlake Christian Schools Car Wash June 23

The Timberlake Christian Schools Senior class will have a Car Wash Saturday June 23 from 7am-1pm at Timberlake Baptist Church on TImberlake Road. This will be a donation-based event with the proceeds to fund the senior class trip. Learn more about Timberlake Christian Schools at www.tcs4u.org.

FAITH Riders VA State Rally June 22-23

The FAITH Riders VA State Rally will be held at First Baptist Church 735 Park Street in Charlottesville beginning Friday June 22 at 12pm through Saturday, June 23 at 2pm. This is a family-friendly event open to everyone. The focus ofFAITH Riders is to share the Gospel with the world using a love of motorcycles as a common bond. The goal of the FBCPS Chapter of FAITH Riders Motorcycle Ministry is to impact our community for Christ through serving our community in practical ways and sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ as we serve. Learn more about FAITH Riders atwww.faithriders.com and about the First Baptist Church Park Street chapter atwww.fbcparkstreet.com/connect/missions/faith-riders. For more information about the rally or to register visitwww.fbcparkstreet.com/events/faith-riders-state-rally-2018.



Christian Worldview with John Stonestreet June 25

The Family Foundation of Virginia presents John Stonestreet, President of theColson Center for Christian Worldview, Monday June 25 at 7pm at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Harrionsonburg. John has taught, written, and lectured on the topic of Christian worldview and how it applies to today's culture for years. A well-respected voice in the Christian community, John will spend the evening discussing how we can be aware of our culture's biggest issues and where the gospel comes in to share truth with the world. Admission is free; registration is requested.Click here to register.

Covenant Presbyterian Church is at 546 W Mosby Road in Harrisonburg. Learn more about the Family Foundation at






Liberty Baptist Church Salute To Appomattox Saturday June 30

Liberty Baptist Church in Appomattox presents a Salute To Appomattox benefit dinner Saturday June 30 from 6- 8 pm at the Liberty Baptist Church Ministry Center. This event will benefit Appomattox Volunteer Fire Department, Appomattox Volunteer Rescue Squad, the American Legion Post 104 and the D.A.R.E. Program. There will be a patriotic band playing music, the groups that are benefiting will share their needs followed by guest speaker Don Childs, a former State Police helicopter pilot who was shot down as he responded to a mass shooting in 2010.

Tickets  are $15 per adult and children 12 and under are FREE. Pre-registration is required; to register click here.

At 9pm at Appomattox County High School, there will be a time to honor our first responders and a firework show. This is free and open to the public.






New Testament Baptist Church Hoops School Basketball Camp July 9-19

New Testament Baptist Church in Vinton presents their 4th Annual Foundations Hoops School Basketball Camp July 9-12 and July 16-19 at the family life center on the church campus at 2500 Washington Avenue in Vinton.

The week of July 9–12 is for boys and girls who are rising 3rd through 5th graders. They may choose to attend either the morning from 9–11 or the afternoon session from 12-2:30pm.

July 16-19 is for middle school boys and girls in grades 6-7. There will only be one daily session from 9am-12pm.

Foundations Hoops School is designed to teach young people skills and attitude development for both basketball & life. The camp is directed by two current local high school coaches with local players as instructors. There is no cost for attending hoops school; the camp is a ministry of New Testament Baptist Church.

Register by calling the church office at 540-890-3304 or online at www.ntbchurch.com. Space is limited!

Boones Mill Baptist Clothing Exchange and Giveaway July 28

Boones Mill Baptist is having a Clothing Exchange and Giveaway Saturday July 28 from 9am-2pm at the church. Everything is Free! You do not have bring items to "exchange"; simply come and shop for a day of free shopping! Clothing and shoe donations will be accepted July 23-26 from 8am-4pm; no clothing donations accepted on the day of the event.  Boones Mill Baptist is at 10 Whispering Creek Road in Boones Mill and at www.boonesmillbaptist.org.







Timberlake Christian Schools Yard Sale Saturday August 25

The Timberlake Christian Schools Senior class will have a Yard Sale Saturday August 25 from 6am-2pm at Timberlake Baptist Church on TImberlake Road. The proceeds will help fund the senior class trip. Learn more about Timberlake Christian Schools at www.tcs4u.org..







Clifford Baptist Church DivorceCare

Clifford Baptist Church is offering DivorceCare, a 13 week seminar/support group that will help you heal from the hurt. It’s a warm, caring environment led by people who understand what you are going through. Gain hope for your future. Contact Liz Alcock (434-665-4025 or 21dancingfeet@gmail.com) for more information. The group meets Wednesdays from 5-7pm at the church). You may join the group at any time. It is free and open to the community. Learn more about this and other groups atwww.cliffordbaptist.org/support-groups.







Summer Meals Program

This summer, Lynchburg City Schools and the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank are partnering with various community organizations across the city to serve meals and snacks to all Lynchburg kids and teens. There are no requirements to receive a free meal or snack, we just care that our youth are better fueled all summer long to learn and grow.

The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) provides free meals and snacks to all youth 18 and under when they are out of school, no questions asked. Faith-based and other community organizations have joined this effort in becoming meal sites. Help us spread the word about this program being available to our community.

To find meal sites nearest you, text “food” to 877-877 or click on the link below to see our interactive map of meal sites:http://www.lynchburgva.gov/summer-food-service-program-map

To volunteer, email:sfsplynchburg@mail.com

2018 Pastor Summit-Ministry in the age of Gender Confusion September 11

The Family Foundation of Virginia presents the 2018 Pastor Summit: Ministry in the age of Gender Confusion, Tuesday September 11 from 9am-3pm in Richmond, Join hundreds of pastors as they address what it looks like to live out the gospel in an age of gender confusion. Hear speakers talk about the biblical approach to loving those struggling with gender confusion or same sex attraction and enjoy the opportunity to discuss these issues with other ministry leaders. 

This event is free for pastors and pastoral staff; a complimentary lunch will be included. Click here to register. Learn more about the Family Foundation at www.familyfoundation.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.