Sanctuary

Sanctuary

Welcome to The Presbyterian Church located at the corner of Princess Anne and George Streets in downtown historic Fredericksburg, Virginia.

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Christmas Vespers Service

Christmas Vespers Service

Presented by the Choirs of the Presbyterian Church

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Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving

Let us give thanks!

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Easter

Easter

He is risen indeed! Alleluia!

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Church Buildings

Church Buildings

Welcome to The Presbyterian Church located at the corner of Princess Anne and George Streets in downtown historic Fredericksburg, Virginia.

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Welcome to The Presbyterian Church located at the corner of Princess Anne and George Streets in downtown historic Fredericksburg, Virginia.

We are a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA) steeped in history with a vision for the future. We cordially invite you to join us in worship and in any of the activities in the life of our congregation. May God bless you with rich spiritual growth in Christ wherever you go.

Mission Statement

Led by the Holy Spirit, we glorify God, nurture the faith with each other, and witness the fullness of Christ’s love in the world.

Bulletin for Weekly Sunday Services

Update for March 27

   Greetings to you and blessings from your church staff!

   Several items to note this week include:

   Church Office hours — Mon- Thursday 9- 1; Friday 9-noon

    Food Pantry hours — Mon, Wed, Fri, 11-1 (To volunteer to work or assist in the pantry call the church office.)

   Pastors are no longer permitted to visit in the hospitals but are able to phone in to any of your family who may be hospitalized.  Please notify the office when someone is admitted.

   To volunteer to help with errands, groceries, and other needs for our shut-in members, please call the church office.

    Please be diligent in practicing social distancing for your sake, and the sake of our community.

    This week’s worship service will be available on our YouTube channel on Sunday morning.  You may also watch past services as well. Click on video recordings button on the right of this page.

    As suggested in the online worship services: to Share the Peace of Christ, consider sending a message to someone you have not been in touch with lately.  A note, a phone call, a text or email reminding others that Christ is with us and blesses us when we are together and apart.

    Your faithful support of our ministries and mission in this time of expanding needs is even more significant.  Please send your checks to the church office or use the online giving button in the right column.

   Many of you have kindly lifted our staff in your prayers.  We are grateful to serve as part of our congregation. 

   We trust you will continue to pray for the healthcare workers both in our congregation and the community as well as first responders and others who work through this challenging time on behalf of the good of all.

Community Lenten Service

   The Lenten services for April 1, will be live on Micah Ecumenical Ministries Facebook Page at noon.

A prayer for these days – adapted from an unknown source

Lord our God, we offer you your prayers when so little else around us seems settled this day.  
Bless all who are in need today with your gracious presence and transforming peace.
May we who are merely inconvenienced 
               remember those whose lives are at stake.
May we who have few risk factors 
               remember those who are most vulnerable.
May we who have the luxury of working from home
               remember those who must choose between preserving health and making the rent.
May we who have the flexibility to care for our children when schools close
               remember those who have no viable options.
May we who have to cancel our trips
               remember those who have no safe place to go.
May we who are losing our margin money in tumultuous markets
               remember those who have no margin at all.
May we who settle in for a quarantine at home
               remember those who have no home.
As fear grips our country and world
               let us choose love.
In these days when we cannot physically wrap arms around each other
               let us find ways to be the loving embrace of Christ to our neighbors.
In Jesus’ holy name.  Amen.