Manna Pantry: By referral from the Virginia Beach Department of Human Services. If you'd like to donate, please click here.
Utility and Rent Assistance: 2nd and 4th Wednesdays: 1-3 PM; Utility and Rent Assistance for VB residents. We can pledge $50 once per year per family for utility bills (water, electric, gas, HRSD) and $100 once per year for rent assistance. If you'd like to donate, please click here.
Social Ministry: Donations support community programs such as Homeless Shelters, Edmarc Children’s Hospice, Autism, NAMI, Catholic Relief Services (CRD), Episcopal Relief and Development (ERD),
Christian Unity: Christian Ecumenical Network, LARCUM: Lutheran, Anglican, Roman Catholic, United Methodist
We hold weekly programs to help bring our community together and build unity.
Virtual Adult Christian Formation
On Wednesday, November 18
we will begin a new bi-weekly, Wednesday Evening Adult Formation Series
at 7 pm via Zoom
"Being a Christian in a time of Pandemic" is a bi-weekly series will be based on two books on this topic, providing an Anglican and Roman Catholic perspective.
The books are:
God and the Pandemic: A Christian Reflection on the Coronavirus and Its Aftermath by N.T. Wright
Strong in the Face of Tribulation. Words During the Coronavirus Pandemic: The Church in Communion: a Sure Support in Time of Trial .
Mark your calendars for this special series Wednesday at 7 pm on Zoom
See our Program and Events schedule here!
Our founding Co-Pastors insisted that everything be shared equally among our two traditions. Our Vestry Council is responsible for the oversight and management of our congregation – “Vestry” from our Episcopal tradition and “Council” from our Roman Catholic tradition. There are twelve members (2 clergy and 10 lay). Lay members are elected by the congregation at the annual parish meeting. Our Vestry Council is co-led by a Warden(Episcopal) and President (Roman Catholic). The main responsibilities of the Vestry Council are to help define and articulate the mission of the congregation; to support the church's mission by word and deed, to ensure effective organization and planning, and to manage resources and finances.
Vestry Council members serve as liaisons to committees that are
co-chaired by an Episcopal and Roman Catholic lay leader.