Embracing Renewal in Lent

In the Church calendar, the season of Lent is a time when we symbolically journey with Christ toward the cross. We examine our hearts, our minds and our souls to recognize all that is not right within us. In this journey of 40 days and 40 nights, we meditate on... Read More »

Advent & Christmas Worship

Christmas Day In-Home Worship Resources This year, we invite you to join us online for worship at home with your friends and family on Christmas Day. Click on the video below to watch a special worship video featuring Christmas carols sung by our Chancel Choir and a short message on the meaning of... Read More »

But Not Anymore: A Letter of Thanks

Early in the spring semester I picked up a book called I Used to Be Afraid by Laura Vaccaro Seeger. In the book, readers follow a young girl who reveals to us all of the things she is afraid of. Throughout the narrative the young girl repeats the refrain, “I used... Read More »

Celebrating Missions Banquet

Did you know that VBC sponsored refugee families from Cuba and Vietnam in the 60s and 70s? Did you serve on the mission team that helped with relief efforts in the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina? Do you deliver groceries to neighbors in need through Our Daily Bread? As you... Read More »

Welcome Kadeisha Kilgore

We are excited to announce that Kadeisha Kilgore will serve as our ministerial intern this summer. Kadeisha is a second year student in the Master of Divinity/Master of Social Work dual-degree program at Duke Divinity School in Durham, N.C. A New Jersey native, Kadeisha graduated from Duke University in 2012... Read More »