Upcoming Events (Page 3)

Upcoming Events (Page 3)

Mar 28, 2019

ESL (English as a Second Language)

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…
Mar 29, 2019

Dorcas’ Daughters Handcrafting with a Purpose

Every Friday 10:30a-12:00p (Sewing Group 10:00a-1:00p)WEAG South HallContacts: Email Pam Woltz ppwoltz@verizon.net 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…
Apr 3, 2019

Caritas Furniture Bank

WEAGers assist warehouse workers as they organize donations for the CARITAS Furniture Bank. We sort and restock the store and also repair and restore furniture the first Wednesday of each month. As families move out of the CARITAS program into affordable housing, they are allowed to select a minimum amount of furnishings and household goods for their new apartment. Volunteers act as “shopping” assistants – making it easier for guests to find what they need. Contact cathey@weag.org if you would…
Apr 7, 2019

Know God – Growth Track step 1

11:45am – 1:00pm on the 1st Sunday of every month Explore the ministry of WEAG and find out about our church history, what our church believes and how we are governed. Rodney Green · rodney@weag.org · 804-774-4289
Apr 12, 2019

Rise Against Hunger 2019

Friday night, April 12, 2019 7:00pmWEAG GymnasiumCost – $10 per familyLimited to 100 people!This is a great family event.You must be four years old to participate.Registration is required by contactingcathey@weag.org by April 7, 2019. Get your small group, your friends and your family together and help us pack a healthy, nutritious meal for 10,000 in about 2 hours. This is a great kid-friendly event as we race against the clock adding protein mix to vitamins, rice, soy, and dried vegetables.…
Apr 14, 2019

Find Family – Growth Track step 2

11:45am – 1:00pm on the 2nd Sunday of every month Discover the importance of being involved in a small group and find groups that are a good fit for you. Rodney Green · rodney@weag.org · 804-774-4289
Apr 20, 2019

Sewciables

For anyone who loves to sew or quilt 
Apr 21, 2019

Discover Purpose – Growth Track step 3

11:45am – 1:00pm on the 3rd Sunday of every month Dive into the details of your personality, discover your gifts, and see how your design reveals your purpose in life and your best fit in ministry. Rodney Green · rodney@weag.org · 804-774-4289
Apr 27, 2019

We Are One (Diversity Fellowship)

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)
May 1 – 4, 2019

Richmond church remodeling 2019

General Church ConstructionDates: May 1 – 4, 2019Cost: $0 Team Size: 25Deadline: April 28, 2019Team Leader: Terry Ruhlen Bring your work gloves, paintbrush and water bottle for this project that’s just 8 miles from WEAG. We’ll start each morning with devotions at 9am before work and finish each day around 4pm. All skill levels are needed for this project. We will be working at River Of Life Community Church on Woodman Road with WEAG supported missionaries, Peyton and Clover Harris.…
May 4, 2019

Poverty, Inc. documentary screening

Join us for a screening of this thought-provoking movie documentary, Poverty Inc. Explore how our good intentions can actually harm the very people that we are trying to help. After years of pouring millions of dollars into poverty-stricken areas, we now see that many well-intentioned programs have not worked. In fact, in many situations, they have had the opposite effect. Poverty Inc. is a wake-up call that will challenge your definition of “helping” and ask you to examine how you…