Used Book Sale

The
Friends of Chinn Park Regional Library will hold a Used Book Sale
from Jan 19-22 at the library. Wednesday Jan 19 is Membership Only
Night from 5pm to 7:00pm. (You may join at the door.) The sale is
open to the general public Thursday and Friday, Jan 20-21 from
10-4:30 . A bag sale of leftover items will be on Saturday, Jan 22
from 10:00-2:30 at a $1.00 a bag. The sale includes books, DVDs,
CDs, LPs, audiobooks, and magazines. With the exception of our
“Specials Section”, all items are $2 or less. For additional
information, call 703-792-4800 or contact us at
chinnparkfriends@gmail.com.

The
Friends of Chinn Park Regional Library will hold a Used Book Sale
from Jan 19-22 at the library. Wednesday Jan 19 is Membership Only
Night from 5pm to 7:00pm. (You may join at the door.) The sale is
open to the general public Thursday and Friday, Jan 20-21 from
10-4:30 . A bag sale of leftover items will be on Saturday, Jan 22
from 10:00-2:30 at a $1.00 a bag. The sale includes books, DVDs,
CDs, LPs, audiobooks, and magazines. With the exception of our
“Specials Section”, all items are $2 or less. For additional
information, call 703-792-4800 or contact us at
chinnparkfriends@gmail.com.

Two Services at 4 & 8 PM.

4 PM – Family Worship with glowsticks, bible story, songs and prayer

8 PM – Traditional Worship with candlelight, communion, music, carols, story and prayer

The Woodbridge Community Choir invites you to our FREE
Holiday Concert.

Join us as we celebrate the “Christmas Glow” with a warm and
joyful program of holiday music sure to get you in the spirit of the season.

The Woodbridge Community Choir invites you to our FREE
Holiday Concert.

Join us as we celebrate the “Christmas Glow” with a warm and
joyful program of holiday music sure to get you in the spirit of the season.

Join us as we decorate the church for the Advent season. A light lunch will be served.

The Local and Global Outreach Ministry Team will be supporting a professional clothing drive to support the Prince WIlliam County Public Defender’s Office.  The new PWC office is currently borrowing clothes from the Fairfax County Public Defender’s Office and we know our Good Shepherd family can help.

Professional clothing is needed for people who need to appear in court for various reasons and are represented by the PWC Public Defender’s Office.  Many clients of the PWC Public Defender’s Office cannot afford professional attire for their court appearance and your generous support of gently used professional clothing will provide them a little comfort that they are dressed appropriately under stressful circumstances. Clothing will be cleaned and reused by the office.

Starting October 31st- November 19, we will be collecting the following gently used items at the church on 2 clothing racks in the Narthex:

  • dress pants – men’s and women’s (all sizes)
  • dresses
  • skirts
  • dress shirts, men’s and women’s
  • men’s dress shoes without metal, loafers, boat shoes
  • women’s dress shoes without metal

(Items need to be passed through the courthouse metal detectors so cannot have metal decoration or materials.)

Performances October 15th and 16th at 8:00 pm

General admission $15.00

Senior, Students, Military, PWC employee $12.00

Children 12 and under $8.00

Cash or check only at box office. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite.com please note there is a small convenience fee charge by Eventbrite.

Covid policy: Everyone who enters building and theater must wear a mask per PWC’s Covid building regulations.

Any questions call 703-232-1710 or go to www.castawaystheatre.org

Begins September 26 – Sundays at 9:45 am at GSLC

or September 30, Thursdays at 7:30 pm on Zoom

The Epistle (“letter for teaching”) of James may be the oldest book of the New Testament, written perhaps as early as ad45. James is thought to have been the brother of Jesus and was not a believer until after the resurrection. He later became the head of the church in Jerusalem.

The book is directed to Jewish Christians scattered among the nations of the Roman empire. Martin Luther, who detested this letter and called it “the epistle of straw,” struggled with James’s teaching on works – Luther thought it contradicted Paul’s teaching on faith. But James was writing so as to encourage Jewish believers to continue growing in this new Christian faith, rather than just relying on their identity as God’s chosen people. James emphasizes that good actions naturally flow from those who are filled with the Spirit and questions whether someone has true faith if they don’t appear to bear “good fruit.” 

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. of Prince William County, Virginia is seeking the community’s support in mobilizing the citizens of Prince William County to meet us at the polls on Sunday, October 24, 2021, between the hours of 1:00 – 5:00 pm. This is the only day for Sunday in-person early voting in Prince William County.
Voters are welcome to join us afterward at Dyvine BBQ In Motion (3940 Acts Ln, Dumfries, VA 22026) for a Voter’s Appreciation Celebration. Show your “I Voted” sticker for a free sandwich (while supplies last).

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