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Kurt and Ruth Woodham came up from Hampton Roads to deliver a three part lesson world views of parenting and how to transform our vision for our families.
Join thousands of disciples from Virginia, Maryland, DC, Ohio and beyond as we gather together to worship, to fellowship and to take hold of His mission.
During our midweek services, we've been focusing on becoming better parents and learning to raise our children in godly ways. Recently we heard two incredible lessons on parenting.
Grief is something everyone goes through at some point or another. But what does it look like to grieve with God? Many questions come when times of grief come in our lives.
Rather than having our usual annual large women's day event, this year we hosted various smaller events from areas all throughout the RVA.
We have put this challenge, to every member of the congregation: read the entire bible this year! We have provided several reading plans to help us stay focused.
The reading plan below is designed for a full month of reading centered on the God of liberation revealed in the Book of Exodus. Each number corresponds to a day of the month. Following this plan will take you through the entire book of Exodus and other important passages.
All Kindergartners through Preteens engaged in this Bible story as they listened and then acted in accordance with Jesus's words.
ome join us as we learn how to manage your money God’s way. This life-changing class is taught by Dave Ramsey and coordinated by Ryan and Allison Gilbreath
The long-awaited last day of school arrived, and my 6 year old and I had a great conversation. We discussed how important it is to obey Jesus’ command in Matthew 22:37
On Sunday, May 21, the GRCOC Teens partnered with the Peninsula region of the Hampton Roads Church Teen Ministry to lead the Greater Richmond Church of Christ’s worship service!
The GRCOC supported the James River High School community by participating in the "Out of Darkness Walk" that took place on May 20, 2017.
On Mother's Day, we had the privilege to hear from Joshua & Rachel Daniels who are Indians and members of our Indian fellowship.
Watch our special holiday video, and merry Christmas!
Join us for a conference on how to effectively counsel Christian men and women who are same gender attracted hosted by the Northern Virginia Church of Christ.
Watch this video and join us for a fun and inspiring way to help the work in Chennai.
This year the church will be doing a Walk-a-Thon. Church members will be gathering at Deep Run Park on Saturday, May 21st and will be walking a 5 mile course.
Disciples on Campus helps the Red Cross host the biggest blood drive of the year at VCU
Alex's story of how God intervened in his life leading up to his baptism.
We are excited to announce that Trey and Cat Wahl will be moving to Maryland to lead the Annapolis Church of Christ.
The Compass is a way to keep us on course to all these events that are going on and point us in the right direction with greater details.
After much prayer, fasting, discussion, and counsel, it became clear that the Holy Spirit has set apart Rob and Shanika Cochran from the Montgomery County church to lead the Akron OH planting.
Who says parents and teenagers cannot have fun together? At the GRCOC, the Teen Ministry has devotionals (short lessons about Christ, exciting games, sweet fellowship, and lots of laughing) every Friday Night at Midlothian Middle School.
Leaders of the Northside region and the leaders of the Southside region met one Saturday morning in their respective regions to pray.
Last year two of our very own, Casey Burkett and Erica Brown, went on “One Year Challenges.” Casey went on a church planting to Sri Lanka, and Erica Brown went to London to serve with the Teens Ministry in our sister church.
The Short Pump and Whyndham Mission Teams had a great time hosting lunch at The Doorways! What a fantastic facility they have there, the set up is great for volunteer opportunities and everyone who came to serve.
Saturday, February 6th was the Greater Richmond Church of Christ’s first official Serving Day. All around the city disciples were giving their hearts and hands to others in need; and we had a blast doing it!
Initially I was full of anxiety about going on this trip across the world to India. I had so many questions; would God use me? Would I be able to connect with the people? And, what do we have in common?
Ten days, nine disciples of Jesus, and 8,000 miles away from Richmond, Virginia! This has become the tradition of the GRCOC to send a small team of “missionaries” to visit, encourage, and inspire our sister church in Chennai, India during our Christmas break every other year.
If you haven’t been here recently, you can see our website has gotten a major facelift. We have started the new year with a completely “new look”, but the same mission in mind.