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    • WEAG Communications

      Hi Sheila,
      Thank you for picking up on just how important diversity of culture, tradition, and people are at WEAG. We are all members of the family of God. And, we celebrate and cherish that diversity with the love of Jesus Christ. If you get a chance to visit WEAG on a Sunday morning or Wednesday evening the diversity of ethnic representation will be undeniable. We love for everyone to come together for our weekly services, but some of the groups within the community of WEAG assemble at other times to celebrate their traditions, too. For instance, there is a weekly service for Latinos, as well as, monthly fellowships for African Americans and Indians.

      We do not prioritize quota of people group representation on our website over having the right photos to convey the desired story for a post. Nonetheless, simply visit the homepage, ministry pages, and photo galleries throughout this site and you will find nearly half of the photos feature a member of our community of African American, Indian, Latino, Asian or other descent. Many of those folks are longtime attendees who care deeply for each other and invest their time and attention into our many programs and outreaches.

      Lastly, for a broader visualization of what the WEAG experience is like, please check out our Facebook photo album at https://www.facebook.com/pg/weagrva/photos/?tab=album&album_id=126214784103524
      Thanks again for visiting weag.church and have a blessed day!

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