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Sunday Morning Worship at 10:00 AM



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Sermon

The Distinctly Christian Virtue
The Rev. Jeffrey O.Cerar





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God's Great Project

New church sketch

Building a new home
to reflect God's light in our commuity


Project Information & Vision

How to contribute

Quarterly Report



Construction continues, July 17–21, 2015


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A weekly walk through the
"New" Anglican Catechism



38. Who is God?
Answer here
(or come back next week)

37. What other books does the Church acknowledge?

The canon of Holy Scripture contains all things necessary to salvation. The fourteen books of the Apocrypha may also be read “for example of life and instruction of manners,” but “not to establish any doctrine” (Articles of Religion, 6).


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Pray for our mission partner
Incarnation Church
A new Anglican Church in Williamsburg

James and Anna Swynford
The Rev. James Swynford
Pastor, Incarnation Church


Recent news from James:
Those of you who have been praying, you’ve been invaluable to this little growing sapling of a church. Those of you who have given financially to this mission, you have been a lifeline as we build a self-sustaining financial base here. In my opinion, you could not be giving funds to a more important cause—building new, healthy local churches to reach our secular American culture.
(For further news about Incarnation Church refer to the letter from Rev. Swynford in the August Beacon.)

James, Anna and Alden Swynford
Easter morning family picture
Alden, James and Anna

Baptism 2015 at local pool in Williamsburg
Pentecost baptisms at our local pool


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Special Events:


Tad and Connie de Bordenave at Sunday Morning Bible Study
Audio excerpt:
Tad and Connie de Bordenave
leading Sunday morning Bible Study, July 26, 2015


"The New Church Plant"




Women's Retreat

The women's retreat will be held on Saturday, August 15th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury in Irvington. All women are welcome. We will meet in the Rappahannock Room, which is on the second floor of the main building. The cost of the women’s retreat is $20, which includes continental breakfast, lunch, and materials. Please turn in your reservation form as soon as possible, or call Donna Soule at 804-462-5333.


Women of Central Uganda Retreat

Margaret Kaziimba writes that the Diocese of Mityana is hosting a married women's conference - and they are casting a wide net: the women of six diocese in central Uganda are being invited. Light of Christ has helped in contributing to the fence project surrounding the women's building, and Margaret has expressed her gratitude for this extra sense of security. Because her women's ministry group will be providing meals and housing for the visitors Margaret requests our steadfast prayers for provision and blessing.
Mityana Women's Conference


Quasar Conference

Mark your calendars. Light of Christ Church will host the one-day Quasar Conference on September 12 at O.A. Brinkley Hall. The Quasar Conference is presented by Deacon Georgette Forney, President of Anglicans for Life, and addresses abortion, end of life issues, and ministry ideas and outreach opportunities related to life. Register by calling the church office or emailing at loc@nnwifi.com.


Islam Class Forming

Beginning September 15 and for five succeeding Tuesdays (six weeks total), the Christian Worldview Institute will offer a course on understanding Islam, titled titled Islam: What Every Christian Needs to Know. The class will meet from 10:00 AM to 12:00 noon at the Church of the Nazarene in White Stone.

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Search Committee Announced - "The vestry had much prayer and Scripture study before coming up with these names,"
                                              Elaine Price, Senior Warden

Jane Wrightson (chair, vestry), Randy Smith (vestry),
Tom Price, Gayle Marston, Howard York, Judy Rasberry


Our Parish Profile is now available online


Truth Talk, The Christian Worldview Institute has launched "Truth Talk", a summer youth program for high school students. The program consists of weekly faith discussions and paying jobs to help the students prepare for Christian adulthood. Teams of teenagers will do residential maintenance — initially odd jobs outside the home.

We are looking for adults to serve as supervisors to accompany the students as they go out to job sites. This is a great opportunity for ministry to young people one-on-one. We need both men and women. All volunteers will be trained and screened in accordance with our Child Protection Policy. To volunteer or find out more, contact Jan Beckett at 580-5179.


Need Recipe Inspiration? Your best resources are your friends, and they already pulled out their favorite recipes for you. If you don't have a copy of Taste and See you are missing the best recipe collection of tried and true, exciting dishes. Grab a copy for your friends and children. On the table, Brinkley Hall.

Taste and See Cookbook

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Sunday Bulletin - July 26, 2015

The Beacon Newsletter online - August 2015

Annual Report 2014

Parish Profile 2015



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If you have a prayer request please use this email link to reach Marie Carstensen, coordinator. Your request will be included on the Light of Christ prayer chain. It is among our greatest blessings that we may approach the throne of God with supplications and thanksgivings.


Birthdays and Anniversaries


Mid-Atlantic Messenger
Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic (DOMA)
July 2, 2015


International Update of the
American Anglican Council
July 28, 2015


Weekly Update of the
American Anglican Council
July 24, 2015

Aerial Panorama of the church construction site
Photo by Stan Rasberry