Our congregation currently meets in the back, larger room of the Mission House Coffee Shop (722 Commerce Street, 24504) in downtown Lynchburg, Virginia.
We gather on Sunday mornings starting at 10:00am for fellowship and start the worship service at 10:30am.
There are two available parking lots near the coffee shop for our congregation and street parking is also available.
We have three elders who rotate preaching and primarily do expositional preaching (we are currently working through the book of Romans).
We are a Reformed Baptist congregation and have these theological distinctives.
We sing theologically-rich worship songs and hymns – sometimes a cappella; and, sometimes with an instrument.
We are a church filled with children and welcome families of all sizes, college students, and all generations!
You can expect to find the dress to be casual on Sunday mornings.
The financial support of the church is the responsibility of the members; therefore, we do not expect visitors to contribute and do not pass around an offering plate. However, if you feel led to support us while visiting, we have a small, white locked box into which donations can be placed.
We look forward to worshipping with you!
A men’s book study and women’s book study also meet on Wednesday nights at 7:00pm every other week (on alternating weeks) in members’ homes.
Currently, the men are working through A Christian Manifesto by Francis Schaeffer and the women are working through Broken Cisterns: Thirsting for the Creator Instead of the Created by Sarah Ivill.