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SPC meets at 8:30 AM indoors and 11:00 AM outdoors. CLICK HERE for more details and to register for Sunday morning.

On a normal Sunday morning, here is what you’ll experience during an SPC worship service. During this time of COVID, things are a little bit different. Registration, temperature checks, and masks are required.

We are located at 2330 Buford Road, Richmond, VA, 23235; Our phone number is (804) 272-8111; Our email is office@stonypointchurch.org.

Children’s Worship, for children ages three to six, takes place during the 11:00 AM service in the Fellowship Hall. After the children’s sermon, children have a short lesson and activity (seated six feet apart) and then go outside to play on the playground, weather permitting. In case of inclement weather, the children will remain in the Fellowship Hall. Parents may pick them up on the playground if the weather is nice and the front porch if not. Our nurseries are currently closed, due to COVID-19.

We believe that it is important for students to participate in multi-generational corporate worship. We also offer specific ministries for these age groups which provide opportunities for fun, fellowship, and spiritual growth. Take a look at our youth calendar of events and contact Zac Collins for more information.

Children’s Sunday School (for children in kindergarten through fifth grade) is held from 9:45 AM to 10:45 AM. Grades K-2 meet in Room 206. Grades 3-5 meet in the Youth Room, which is also on the second floor. Children’s Worship (ages three to six) is offered during the 11:00 AM worship service. CLICK HERE to register.

At Stony Point Church we do not take the care of children and students lightly. We have strict policies for our volunteers including regular background checks for everyone that is serving with anyone under 18.

Sunday’s sermon is posted weekly on our home page by the end of the day. CLICK HERE for an archive of past sermons.

Our Food Pantry offers food to anyone in need. It is open on the first and third Tuesdays of each month from 1:00 to 2:30 PM, and on the second, fourth, and fifth Tuesdays of each month from 6:30 to 8:00 PM.

We encourage everyone who calls SPC their church home to connect with others outside of Sunday morning worship. Consider joining one of our Community Groups, and learn more about the many other ways to get involved at Stony Point Church.

CLICK HERE for a list of SPC’s Community Groups and to contact group leaders for details. We encourage you to visit a few groups to see which one is the right fit.

If you’d like to be on our email distribution list, please contact the church office at (804) 272-8111 or office@stonypointchurch.org.

There are several ways to give in addition to putting a gift into the collection plate on Sunday morning, including secure credit and debit card donations, bank draft donations, text giving from a smart phone and stock donations. For more information about these giving options, visit Giving at SPC.

As our guest, you are not expected or required to give. But if you want to give in gratitude for God’s goodness to you, please do as you are willing and able.

To find out more about church membership, please contact the church office at (804) 272-8111 or office@stonypointchurch.org.

Yes, Stony Point Church is a member of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).

Support groups provide a warm, caring and confidential environment where heart issues can be shared and explored. It is an oasis where biblical concepts provide the foundation for healing. CLICK HERE for more details.

The first few sessions are dedicated to discussing and aligning on the goal of counseling—in other words—what does the client hope to gain from meeting with a trained lay counselor? As counseling is a collaborative effort between both the lay counselor and the client, goal setting will serve as a guide for the ongoing communication through therapy.

When people are facing difficult situations, challenges and crises, they need a network of support from clinical professionals, the church, and the broader community. Lay counselors can play an integral role weaving together the comprehensive support system and providing a safe space for people to bear one another’s burdens in a biblical, loving way.

Our Wednesday dinner and other Wednesday activities are currently on hold. Check back here for updates.

Lay counseling is one-on-one counseling in a non-clinical environment. Volunteer leaders are trained and taught the principles of counseling to offer loving care towards others. The goal is to promote Christian maturity through developing a deeper relationship with God. 

Small groups meet together (socially distanced or virtually) to discuss and pray through the assigned scripture passage. A video-recorded teaching by an SPC woman is posted each week for the purpose of encouraging the application of the passage to our daily lives.These groups are a source of encouragement and prayer throughout each week.

Yes. We will still hold the outdoor service if the weather is rainy or cold. Folks may remain in their cars and tune in to the service on 87.9 FM.