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Warrenton, VA 20186

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Adult Bible Studies - Fall 2018

We are currently offering several opportunities for small group Bible Study for adults. We invite you to be apart of these groups, which range from men and women's studies to co-ed groups!

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Operation Inasmuch United

Save the Date! October 6, 2018 - First Baptist Church, The Bridge Community Church and Warrenton Baptist Church are partnering this year in compassionate service to our neighbors.

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Women's Book Club

Our women’s book club meets on the last Tuesday of each month. Click to learn more!

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Capital Stewardship Campaign

Click here to see important dates, plans, and other information pertaining to the development of the Alwington Property.

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08/24/2018 Operation Inasmuch United On October 6, we will gather for Operation Inasmuch United! Our goals: 1 day, 4 churches, 55 projects, 411 volunteers. So far, we have 3 churches: First Baptist Church, Bridge Community Church and WBC. Please mark your calendar to participate in one of the many projects that will take us beyond the church walls to love and serve our neighbors. We now have lots of good suggestions but need leaders for your ideas. Would you be willing to oversee childcare for the OIU participants, or lead a team to clean house for someone with cancer who is physically struggling? The Family Shelter has a special request for tutors but we need someone to take the lead. Could you step out in faith and be willing to take the lead on any project that enables us to share Christ's love in the community? Let us know! Deadline for all confirmed projects/leaders is Monday, August 27. Contact Donna Wilkers: dcwilkers@msn.com or text 703.944.6838.
08/24/2018 Garden Update The idea was birthed by a former member, Adam Heggenstaller, and this is our 5 th "crop.” Upgrades made this year: Lower garden has been fenced thanks to the initiative of Janice Haase, a community grant, and work by WBC members. A wire arbor has been added for pole beans and we have received a self-propelled lawn mower, a Cub tractor mower and three tillers as gifts. Tamee Sutherland does weekly mowing and has added a walking trail around the property; Norman Estes crafted and sets up an irrigation system each year; WBC members maintain the garden. Production has been challenged by our strange weather and has made for muddy, irregular work and diminished production this summer. Hopefully, we will exceed 2500 lbs. [Former crops have yielded: 2000, 2400, 2700, and 3100 lbs.] The Food Bank is very appreciative and gives us counsel on what crops are needed. Among churches and individuals, WBC is the largest provider of their produce. God has blessed this effort. Thank you for helping us provide fresh produce to the hungry in our community.
08/24/2018 September OIU Donations · Grocery bags [plastic or paper] for the Community Thrift Store. · Empty egg cartons for the Community Thrift Food Bank Please place the items in the brown, wooden Donation Box in the downstairs hallway. Thank you for helping our neighbors in need!
07/18/2018 Women's Getaway Women's Getaway at Eagle Eyrie Conference Center in Lynchburg November 2-3 Theme: Just-Us Women – Taking It to Heart WBC Women will leave in church vans at 1 pm on Friday, November 2 and return to WBC by 5 pm on Saturday, November 3. Cost is $74 per person – covers lodging and three meals Interested? Submit a check to the church office by September 30 to reserve your spot. Questions – see Kim Raines – (540) 270 5751 – kraines@warrentonbaptistchurch.org