United In Love and Faith

Worship together at WEAG.ONLINE : Sundays 9 am & 11 am. Wednesdays 7:30 pm.

We’ve replaced our homepage during this unusual time of impact due to COVID-19 so that we may better keep you informed of changes, needs and opportunities to help others. Our staff is working hard to serve you during this time! Please use our Directory to email any of our staff. Need prayer? Please email wecare@weag.org


Exodus 20:21 (MSG)  The people kept their distance while Moses approached the think cloud where God was.  The people stood far away from the “thick darkness” (KJV) where God was because of their guilt but Moses drew near because of his confidence. Some people are so afraid of God because they have not met Jesus, “the image of the invisible God” (Col. 1:15) who loved us so much that He died on the cross to purchase our freedom from sin.…

Blood Drive

Blood drives continue to be canceled at an alarming rate – nearly, 9000 so far. As experts have emphasized, there is no certain end date in this fight against COVID-19, and the Red Cross needs the help of blood donors and blood drive hosts to maintain a sufficient blood supply for weeks to come. Please consider donating blood at with West End Assembly of God on either Tuesday, April 14th or Wednesday, April 15th in the North Entrance Gymnasium. Click…

Resources During COVID-19

We understand that these unprecedented times have left many people jobless and with many questions and uncertainties. We hope these resources may help you during this difficult time! Virginia Unemployment | 1-866-832-2363 Food Stamps Virginia WIC

Midweek Worship & Prayer

Join us on WEAG.ONLINE Wednesday nights at 7:30pm for live, interactive worship and prayer. Be sure to join the chat, share your prayer requests, lift others up and worship with us! Pastor Shane will also be sharing an encouraging word, so invite some friends to join you virtually!

LIFT (Virtual!)

Our Ladies in Fellowship Together are currently studying Soulspeak and will be having the last two sessions online via Zoom! Sue Schlesman is teaching the sessions. We will be meeting Monday April 13th and Monday April 27th! For the Zoom link and more infomation, contact Abi McCamant | abimccamant@gmail.com

How Can We Pray For You?

We want you to know that we are always here for you and praying for you daily. As a matter of fact, we have a team that is on the front lines of prayer every day! We would LOVE to connect with you and lift you up specifically in prayer during this difficult time! If you need prayer at any time of the day or night, please email wecare@weag.org!


Exodus 19:8 (NIV)  And all the people responded together, “We will do everything the Lord has commanded.”  The Children of Israel did not know the true state of their hearts. Though they declared their consecration, their actions throughout their wilderness journey revealed a never-ending tendency to disobey the Lord and complain about everything. Nevertheless, the Lord led them and kept them and protected them like a father for his children listening for faith to take root and transform them into…

Worship With Us Online!

Sunday services will only take place at our Online Campus at 9am and 11am until further notice. Join us in worship, prayer, and conversation at https://watch.weag.online. Check out this quick Best Practices message from our Online Pastor, John Kelly!

Amazon Smile

Amazon Smile donates to a charity of your choice every time you purchase something. By using the link below every time you order, Amazon donates 0.5% of your total purchase amount to WEAG! We encourage you to start using this link when purchasing from Amazon during this time! Every little bit helps!  To purchase through Amazon Smile, click here!

Giving During COVID-19

During this stay at home order, the ability to give “in the basket” is now unavailable. Please see below various ways you can still give! Give Online Allows you to plan and prioritize your giving automatically. Give Online Now Give by Text Message Simply send a text to register and give. Text GIVE to 804.463.5008 Give by Mail or On-Site We also welcome your contribution by check in-person or by mail at: 401 N Parham Rd., Richmond, VA 23229 We also have a lockbox…

Shopping for the Vulnerable

We have a large population of 60+ and immunodeficient brothers and sisters at our church. Many of them have been strongly encouraged to stay indoors during this time with COVID-19. Many of them are unable to go out to get basic necessities like food, toiletries, and many other items. Would you be willing to run out on behalf of WEAG family members to shop for them and deliver goods to their homes? If so, email jeremy@weag.org! Need assistance? Contact wecare@weag.org

Making Non-Medical Face Masks

Dorcas Daughters handmade crafts ministry is making non-medical face masks for assisted living and nursing home residents! Read below for information on how YOU can get involved! The face mask kits are available for pick up at WEAG! You will find them in the Dorcas Daughters bin in a plastic bag ready to go. This bin is located on the East side of the church at the mission’s room exterior door. It is marked by a flower pot. Inside the…

Virtual Small Groups

Social distancing doesn’t mean we can’t still connect virtually! Small Groups Pastor, Jeremy, is encouraging small groups to use whatever resource is best for them (Webex, Zoom, Google Hangouts, etc.) to continue to meet! If you are not already plugged into a small group and want some community during this time, click here to discover groups currently meeting online AND accepting new members! Questions? Contact groups@weag.org!


Exodus 17:6b (NIV)  So Moses struck the rock as he was told, and water gushed out as the elders look on.  Moses called that place Massah (which means “test”) because the people tested the Lord by saying, “Is the Lord here with us or not?” (vs 17:7). What comes out of your mouth in tough times? Do you question whether God is with you or not? When our emotions are devoid of feeling and our heads cannot find solutions, remember…


Exodus 16:4a (NIV)  “Look, I’m going to rain down food from heaven for you.”  Only one month into their desert journey to the Promised Land and “the whole community of Israel complained about Moses and Aaron” (vs 2). How quickly we move from celebration and praise to murmuring and complaining! But God did not retaliate against their discontent. Instead He promised an adequate supply for all: meat in the evening and bread (manna) in the morning. God did His part…


Proverbs 17:22 (MSG)  A cheerful disposition is good for your health; gloom and doom leave you bone-tired.  Researchers affirm this scriptural admonition and tell us that 20 seconds of a good, hardy belly laugh is worth three minutes on the rowing machine! Kids laugh an average of 400 times a day, while adults laugh about 15 times a day. The physical body experiences a “natural recuperation” when we laugh—it is able to heal itself and return to a state of…


Virtual English Classes Thursdays | 6:00-8:00 pm There will be no ESL Classes on the WEAG campus until further notice, but we are gathering online! Contact Vicky for details. 804-400-7913 or vtobey@weag.org

Virtual Preschool & Kids Church!

Preschool Church & Elementary Kids ChurchFACEBOOK Live | Sundays | 12:30 pm There will be no services or kids programming on the WEAG campus until further notice. Join Facebook Live for Preschool and Elementary Kids Church with Ashlyn Bolton and Lisa Eggert. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK: WEAG Preschool Kids | WEAG Elementary Kids When talking about COVID-19 with your elementary-age child, ask them: “Can you put words to what you are thinking or feeling? Even if it doesn’t all make…

Meals for the Homeless

Our good friends at CARITAS are looking for help in providing meals to the homeless at various drop-off locations around Richmond. For details and to sign-up to help, visit: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0949acae2da3fb6-support

Online Daily Live Prayer

Online Live Prayer Join a pastor for online prayer each weekday. We will vary these by the time of day and social media platforms. Be sure to Like @weagrva on Facebook and follow @weagrva on Instagram to be alerted to when we are live. Here is the schedule: Monday – 10 am Facebook liveTuesday – 7 pm Instagram liveWednesday – 10 am Facebook liveThursday – 7 pm Instagram liveFriday – 10 am Facebook live


Student Youth Group for Teens Until we are able to meet in person again, we will be hosting Youth Group on Instagram Live! Every Wednesday at 7pm, head over to the SEEK or ECHO Instagram page! Youth Group will include gathering together and chatting on the video, playing games, and hearing a message from a speaker. Please see directions below on how to access Youth Group on Instagram Live: SEEK Instagram Page: https://www.instagram.com/weagseek/ ECHO Instagram Page:  https://www.instagram.com/weagecho/ At 7pm, go to either Instagram page.…

HandsOn Greater Richmond

Let’s put love into action as we partner with HandsOn Greater Richmond and Richmond Public Schools. If you are healthy and able, there is still time to register to help distribute food to families in need during this time through this link: https://go.weag.chuch/helpRPS


Psalm 127:1  (NLT)  Unless the Lord builds the house, its builders labor in vain. Unless the Lord watches over the city, the watchmen stand guard in vain.   What foundation do you rest your life upon? Is Jesus the center of it all? Or do you depend primarily on your own resources and abilities in the various areas of your life? If God is your source for wisdom and understanding, then you can rest in knowing that your life is…


Proverbs 13:20 (NIV)  He who walks with the wise grows wise, but a companion of fools suffers harm. Who are your life-long traveling companions? These should be the people who encourage you, speak the truth, and impart wisdom and build your faith. But unsafe people (i.e. “fools”) drain us, are needy and dependent and unstable. The person who does life with fools is a person who will eventually be impacted by the behavior of the fool. The fool is the…


Mark 3:14a (NIV)  (Jesus) appointed twelve—designating them apostles—that they might be with Him….  In God’s Kingdom, our personal relationship with Christ (i.e. being “with Him”) takes precedence over our service to Him. “If we want to keep going in effectiveness, we must keep coming in devotedness.”  That means learning to be alone and stand still (I Sam. 9:27). In addition, God’s people must understand the need for their spiritual leaders to spend time alone with God (Ex. 32:1; Ex. 24:12-16)…


Matthew 11:30 (NIV)  For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.  What are the signs that we might have a burnout problem? Here are some indicators: anger, impatience, lack of compassion, and insomnia. There are more, of course. The core issue is that we must tend to our souls. Jesus clearly delineated between His type of burden and all others. Keep company with me and you’ll learn to live freely and lightly (The Message). We must receive life…


Exodus 17:8, 11-12 (NIV)  While the people of Israel were still at Rephidim, the warriors of Amalek attacked them. As long as Moses held up the staff in his hand, the Israelites had the advantage. But whenever he dropped his hand, the Amalekites gained the advantage. Moses’ arms soon became so tired he could no longer hold them up. So Aaron and Hur found a stone for him to sit on. Then they stood on each side of Moses, holding…


Exodus 17:1-4 (NIV)  …They camped at Rephidim, but there was no water for the people to drink…Then Moses cried out to the Lord “What should I do with these people?”  The perpetual conflict between the will of man and the will of God makes the “School of Submission” one of the most difficult and necessary schools of Divine Providence. Persistent refusal to submit to the sovereignty of God involves the risk of eventual open rebellion against God. Such submission may…


Exodus 16:23-36  (NLT)  He told them, “This is what the Lord commanded: tomorrow will be a day of complete rest, a holy Sabbath day set apart for the Lord…”  Obedience to God is not only expressed by consecrated activity, but also by ceasing from the efforts of self; and devotion is not only expressed by serving, but also by sitting in active contemplation and quiet worship. God gives us rest from works (Heb. 3:7-4:11), and rest in devotion (Luke 10:38-42;…