Join the 50+ community as we come together to honor veterans! Community 50+ is honoring ALL our Veterans on November 11th – No matter the age! Join us in the South Hall at 11am on Monday, Nov. 11th for a lasagna lunch. We will hear from our own Doug Middleton, a Vietnam Veteran with two bronze stars and an Air Medal for Heroism in Flight. Retired Chief of Police & Deputy County Manager with Henrico County 47+ years. Doug will speak about war, its…
Monday night soccer is for anyone who is interested in recreational soccer! Come fellowship and have fun playing!
Nov 11, 2019
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Multi-generational fellowship, worship, & small groups. Meets every Tuesday morning of the school year beginning September 3rd from 9AM-12PM upstairs in the SEEK Room. A nursery is provided. Contact Janette Bond to register: 804-672-7502.
Guys are welcome to come together for fellowship and a great work out!
Women’s Bible Study for all ages. Please register with Cheryle Shearin at email@example.com.
Tuesday Night Men’s Bible Study in the South Hall from 7-8:30 PM. We are currently studying The Book of 1 Peter by Kyle Idleman. Open to men of all ages.
Kindergarten-5th Grade Wednesdays, 6:00-6:45pm Kids choir practices each Wednesday, sings occasionally in church services, has a casual fall concert, and performs in an early spring kids production. It is also home base for GCN Kids, 2nd-5th kids who perform in Glorious Christmas Nights.
Bible study for men of all ages. Meet in Room 209/215 from 7-8:30 PM.
Multi-generational bible study. Meets every Wednesday night at 7PM, upstairs in Room 207. Please contact Nada Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Ages 3-5 Wednesdays, 7:00-8:30pm Rainbows is a preschool club for boys and girls ages 3-5 (must be potty trained). Each week Rainbows hear a Bible story, enjoy playtime, and work on requirements to earn their monthly badge. Rainbows are divided by age into two classes. Registration is open twice each year; in September and again in February.
Boys, Kindergarten-12th Grade Royal Rangers is an activity-based, small group ministry for boys in grades K-12. Our mission is to equip and empower the next generation of Christlike men and lifelong servant leaders. Boys earn merit badges and awards for their progress. They are divided into groups according to their grade; Ranger Kids (K – 2) and Discovery Rangers (3 – 5). Our middle school and high school Adventure & Expedition Rangers meet on Wednesday evenings from 5:45-6:45pm then attend Youth…
Girls, Kindergarten-5th Grade Wednesdays, 7:00-8:30pm Mpact Girls Clubs encourage spiritual, emotional and social growth through Bible learning, friendships and memory work. Girls earn merit badges and awards for their progress and are divided into clubs according to grades; Daisies (KG), Prims (1 – 2) and Stars (3 – 5). Registration is available from September – March.
We call it “The Gospel”, Good News, the Marvelous Message, The Master’s Plan, the Redemptive Story. What do we do with it? We proclaim it, we share our faith, we tell our testimony, we become salt & light, we do outreach, we evangelize, we seek to be contagious Christians, we expand the family of God. We will spend Wednesday nights studying the Biblical and practical truths to better understand what the Good News is, and what we can be doing to…
If you are in 9th-12th grade, SEEK youth group is for you! Join us in the youth center for exciting worship, a short sermon, games and small group time with students of your age/gender!
If you are in 6th-8th grade, ECHO youth group is for you! Join us in the youth center for exciting worship, a short sermon, games and small group time with students of your age/gender!
Every Thursday 10:30a-12:00p (Sewing Group 10:00a-1:00p)WEAG South HallContacts: Email Pam Woltz email@example.com or call Deb Farlow 703-930-8277 Acts 9:36 – “In Joppa, there was a disciple named Tabitha (which translated is Dorcas) who was always doing good and helping the poor.” Desiring to follow in her footsteps, Dorcas’ Daughters at WEAG began in June 2016 with a handful of ladies. We have grown expeditiously since then! We are a group of women endeavoring to help those less fortunate through our…
Stepping into WEAG’s ESL classes on a Thursday night, you might meet people from Guatemala, Syria, Russia, Ethiopia, Vietnam, or over 30 other countries. Immigrants and refugees from around the world are coming in the doors of WEAG to learn English, and God is allowing us to welcome them and show them Christ’s love. Each student has a story. Each student left his or her home country for a reason. Each student has taken the bold step to strive to…
Want to make a difference this Thanksgiving season? Join us this Thursday, November 14 at 6:30pm at the Jones Flower Brokerage to help pack hundreds of cans of yams for families across Richmond! For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Our Spanish/Portuguese Speaking Bible Study is led by Pastor Moises Diaz and open to all! Childcare is available!
For anyone who loves to sew or quilt
6th-8th grade students are welcome and encouraged to attend our middle school bible study/discussion class! We will meet weekly from 8 – 8:45am (an hour before service) in the ECHO room. We will provide bagels for the students at the beginning of class, or students are welcome to bring their own snack/breakfast. When class ends, we will all go to service together!
9th-12th grade students are welcome and encouraged to attend our high school bible study/discussion class! We will meet weekly from 8 – 8:45am (an hour before service) in the SEEK room. We will provide bagels for the students at the beginning of class, or students are welcome to bring their own snack/breakfast. When class ends, we will all go to service together!
The Book of Hebrews: There’s A Better Way This study will teach us how to draw near to God and show us why following Jesus is the “better way” of faith that God has provided for us. Hebrews shows how the Old Testament was the preparatory revelation of God pointing to the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ, who was the fulfillment of the Mosaic Law. Early Jewish Christians were torn between Judaism and Christianity, so Hebrews unpacks the rich symbolism and prophetic…
On this page Welcome to WEAG! What To Expect The Services Worship Center – English Fellowship Hall – Latino Live Stream & Replays Welcome to WEAG! We are a multi-generational, multi-ethnic community that joins together in purpose to worship God and extend the love of Jesus to the world. We warmly welcome all who desire such fellowship during service on a Sunday morning, a Wednesday night class, a small group in a friend’s house, or while extending a helping hand…
Programs for Nursery, Preschool and Elementary children on Sundays at 9am & 11am. https://weag.church/ministries/family-ministry/sunday-morning-programs-for-kids/
Bible study for women of all ages & stages of life. LIFT will be studying The Supernatural Jesus Life with Pastor Dave DeMasters in the fall, and then will be studying Soulspeak by Sue Schlesman in the Spring. Meets every 2nd & 4th Thursday morning from 9:15 – 11:30 AM in the Guest Welcome Center. Nursery is provided. Please Contact Abi McCamant to register: email@example.com.
Working to promote unity in diversity and building authentic relationships across differences. We believe we are called to be Christ’s Representation to the world and be One in Him so that the world will know God is real. (John 17:21) September 28th 09.28.2019 — We Are One is hosting a class on Collaborative Problem Solving also know as CPS. Collaborative Problem Solving approach is applicable to diverse human interactions, but especially those that can result in conflict. CPS can be…
11:45am – 1:00pm on the 4th Sunday of every month. No RSVP or pre-registration required. Simply show up. Know God – Step 1 of 4 Explore the ministry of WEAG and find out about our church history, what our church believes and how we are governed. Find Family – Step 2 of 4 Discover the importance of being involved in a small group and find groups that are a good fit for you.
General Church ProjectCost: $0 Team Size: 30Age Requirement: 14 yrs and upTeam Leader: Lisa Eggert Join Kids Pastor Lisa Eggert and her team as they provide a Kids Church-like outreach once-a-month at one of Youth Life Foundations ministry sites. Bible lessons, worship, games, activities, crafts, puppets, snacks, and small group discussions are all a part of this project. Energetic, willing hands and hearts are needed to love and lead these precious kids toward Jesus. Contact Lisa Eggert at firstname.lastname@example.org if…
Join us for a night of prayer, worship and testimonies of God’s faithfulness! We’ll gather together in the Worship Center the night before Thanksgiving, Wednesday, November 27th at 7pm. Come give thanks!