Worship with us in Fredericksburg

Join us on Sundays for our Contemporary Service at 9:00 am
or our Traditional Service at 11:10 am.


Acts of the Church: Unity

Unfortunately, our Video system had some problems on this Sunday and we were not able to livestream or video record the service. We do have available the audio from the sermon on our podcast and in the player below.


Puppy Love

“Nothing in this world that’s worth having comes easy.”  – Dr. Kelso My latest favorite joke is that our dog Piper looks like a ragamuffin but she is a very good dog. Our puppy Della, on the other hand, is very cute, and very bad.That’s not entirely true. Or rather, if it is true, it’s true about all puppies. Baby dogs don’t know where not to use the bathroom, what not to chew on, and who not to nip at (Della is part red heeler and thinks my three boys…

Summer Family Time Ideas!

New on our Parent Resource Center, find handouts of ideas for family time with kids and teens.  Whether you’re hosting ‘grandparent camp’ or anxiously (eagerly?) anticipating summer vacation, grab some of these ideas for making any time with the young people you love special, or download them below.  The Parent Resource Center is up in the foyer of the Family Life Center doors.

From the Pastor’s Desk

To the church of God in Corinth [sic] (Fredericksburg) to those sanctified in Christ Jesus and called to be holy, together with all those everywhere who call on the name of our Lord Jesus Christ – their Lord and ours.”  – I Corinthians 1:2 Dear Friends, I have lately been pondering the word inclusive.  In recent years it is a word used frequently in the culture at large, and more particularly in the church.  As in, “we need to be…

Interested in Ringing Handbells?

An open invitation to anyone who is interested in ringing handbells! Perhaps you rang years ago, in your last church, or never rang – but are intrigued.  Wesleyan Ringers are always seeking interested ringers or wannabe ringers.  Our final rehearsal this spring will be Wednesday, May 8,  in the choir room at 6 pm.  If you would like to observe and/or try your hand at ringing, please join.  If you know someone who may be interested please tell that person!…


Giving and financial stewardship are vital parts of the life of any disciple of Jesus Christ. Of course, the church needs the financial support of those who are part of its ministry, but that is not the primary reason we give. More important than the ministry program’s need for funds is the Christian’s need to give. We believe that everything we own belongs to God and that God calls us to give back to him a significant portion of what He has entrusted to us. We do this primarily through our giving to the church, and regular, systematic giving is important as we live out our faith. Tithing (giving 10% of our income) or proportional giving is the practice that best demonstrates this practice.