Comfort Care Women's Health was founded in 1983 by a local group of pastors and concerned citizens. This local outreach is a life-affirming, non-profit medical clinic, providing services that empowers women to make healthy life choices.
Adopt a road is a volunteer program that strives to have a minimum length of a two mile roadside litter cleanup four times a year or more often as needed.
Our “Jerusalem” is our COUNTY. We reach our county mainly through Sunday services, events, outreach through LIFE Groups, and supporting other programs, ministries, and non-profits in our area.
Most of our Local Missions are accomplished through our LIFE Groups, who participate in projects both big and small. Our newly formed ministry, Village Hope, helps families in our area with specific felt needs. As a church, we also support the following local outreaches:
Katie's Snacks offers 60-70 children in need free or reduced lunches per week, along with nutritional food options for the weekend from Churchville Elementary School. This ministry runs on donations and can always use your help. You can contribute financially through Village Church or you can donate food directly to the organization.
The North American Mission Board is an entity supported by the generous contributions of Southern Baptists whose goal is to see the gospel change lives and communities. NAMB assists churches with evangelistic church planting, the training of missionaries, and aiding churches in their communities through the Send Network and the Send Relief.
Our “Judea and Samaria” is our NATION. We strive to reach our State and Nation by helping new and existing churches through networks and partnerships through the North American Mission Board (NAMB), the Southern Baptist Conservatives of Virginia (SBCV), Vision Virginia, and more.
Much of our regional or national missions endeavors are done through the SBC National Mission Board (NAMB). This organization is primarily focused on church planting - which is the best means of New Testament evangelism. We highlight our national missions effort especially around the Easter season with the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering.
The Annie Armstrong Easter Offering strives to change lives forever by empowering North American missionaries to deliver the gospel to the lost. With over 269 million lost people, North America and its major cities are some of the most spiritually dark places in the world. You can join them on the mission to equip every missionary and reach every lost person in the United States and Canada
The “ends of the Earth” is our WORLD. We invest a portion of our resources in missions work around the globe
with a focus on unreached people groups, children, and church planting through Compassion International,
International Mission Board (IMB), Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee, Disaster Relief, and more.
The main way we support missions around the world is through the Southern Baptist International Mission Board by contributing a certain percentage of every dollar that comes into Village Church.
We take time around Christmas to highlight this with the Lotte Moon Christmas Offering, along with packing shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child that shows God's love to children around the world.