Category: Congregational Development

Happy 5th Anniversary, Neighborhood Dinner!

By Steve Clark What do you call a church supper where good food and good fellowship are enjoyed by members and non-members? At St. Mark’s, Richmond, it is called “Neighborhood Dinner,” an evening meal prepared […]

The Children’s Library

St. Paul’s, Ivy, in the Charlottesville area made a commitment a few months ago to revitalize the children’s section of our library.

Church as Village Green

This article was originally published on Vestry Papers. Vestry Papers is an award-winning online periodical published by the Episcopal Church Foundation, based in New York. Vestry Papers presents themed articles relating to congregational vitality. This […]

St. Philip’s receives UTO grant

The Diocese of Virginia is excited to announce St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in Richmond, VA was awarded a United Thank Offering grant of $14,315 for Community Garden and Interfaith Meditation. Congratulations to St. Philip’s, Richmond!