1 Church in 2 Locations!

Pole Green Campus & Office

5351 Pole Green Rd

Mechanicsville, VA 23116

Sunday School @ 9 am

Worship @ 10 am


Hebron Campus 

3407 King William Rd 

Aylett, VA 23009

Worship @ 9:30 am

Sunday School @ 10:30 am



fax: 804.779.3339


Office Hours @ Pole Green: 

Mon – Thurs: 8:30 am – 12:30 pm

Online donation options are available.  
Pole Green Campus
Hebron Campus
Sermon Playlist – click the Title to hear the sermon or click on “Watch” to see a video of the service.   A copy of the Weekly Bulletin or the Leader’s Guide for the lesson is located in the “Notes” column.

Jul 14, 2024
Four Responses to the Resurrection
Series: (All)
Matthew 28
  • Fearful Yet Joyful Observations
  • Fretful Objections
  • Forceful Orders
  • Faithful Obedience
  • Jul 14, 2024Four Responses to the Resurrection
    Jul 14, 2024
    Four Responses to the Resurrection
    Series: (All)
    Matthew 28
    • Fearful Yet Joyful Observations
    • Fretful Objections
    • Forceful Orders
    • Faithful Obedience
  • Jul 7, 2024An Opportunity to Minister to the Unseen
    Jul 7, 2024
    An Opportunity to Minister to the Unseen
    Mark 5:24-34 As Jesus was on his way to save the life of a little girl, he was “interrupted” by the sudden flow of healing power from his body.  A woman desperate for healing after many years of illness had secretly reached out in faith to touch his robe.  Jesus’ loving response is a great lesson to us about ministering to the unseen.
    • Not everyone who needs attention is willing to ask for it.
    • There are many “invisible” and forgotten people all around us.
    • They are often the people who need our attention the most.
    As you learn to see the unseen, hear the unheard, and value the unwanted, don’t be surprised if they teach you lessons about living by faith. 
  • Jun 30, 2024An Opportunity for a Teachable Moment
    Jun 30, 2024
    An Opportunity for a Teachable Moment
    Mark 2:1-12
    One day as Jesus was preaching inside a packed house, four men decided to dig a hole in the roof in order to lower their paralyzed friend into his presence.  It was surely an interruption like few others!  But instead of being angry or annoyed, Jesus realized it was a great opportunity for a teachable moment with the paralyzed man, his friends, and the audience in the house, including religious leaders.
    • A Lesson about Faith
    • A Lesson about Forgiveness
    • A Lesson about the Authority and Power of God’s Son
    We should be aware that interruptions in our lives can often be opportunities to share truths about God and faithful Christian living.
  • Jun 23, 2024An Opportunity to Delve Below the Surface
    Jun 23, 2024
    An Opportunity to Delve Below the Surface
    Mark 1:21-28 Jesus’ ministry, like our own lives, was a constant series of interruptions!  The Gospel of Mark records many of them for us.  From the example of Jesus, we can learn to view interruptions as opportunities to help people and glorify God.
    • Interruptions can be annoying to us, but they may also give us an opportunity to delve beneath the surface of a person’s behavior.
    • Why people do what they do is often more important than what they do.
    • Interruptions will sometimes give you the opportunity to address a person’s greatest needs—and to turn them toward Jesus!
  • Jun 16, 2024Cracked Cisterns
    Jun 16, 2024
    Cracked Cisterns
    Series: (All)
    Jeremiah 2:1-13 Abandoning God - Verses 2, 8, 5 Digging Cisterns - Verses 10-13  
  • Jun 9, 2024Too Good a Secret to Keep
    Jun 9, 2024
    Too Good a Secret to Keep
    Series: (All)
    Mark 1:40-45  It doesn’t seem unusual that Jesus healed a man with leprosy.  What’s surprising to us is his instruction to the man following the miracle.  He told him not to tell anyone!  Jesus certainly had his reasons for such an unusual command, but for the newly healed fellow it was too good a secret to keep.  Why did he immediately share the news with others?
    • The secret involved a change too obvious.
    • The secret involved a change too important.
    • The secret involved a change too amazing!
    That man spread the news of Jesus’ love and power even when told not to.  Knowing his heart, I believe it was an easy sin for Jesus to forgive.  We, on the other hand, often stay silent even though we’ve been instructed to share.  Shouldn’t the good news of a loving Savior be overflowing from us?
  • Jun 2, 2024The Unshaken Kingdom
    Jun 2, 2024
    The Unshaken Kingdom
    Series: (All)
  • May 26, 2024Shaken, AND Stirred!
    May 26, 2024
    Shaken, AND Stirred!
    Series: (All)
    Acts 16 - Being shaken stirs us to: 
    • Do nothing or withdraw
    • Become angry or blame others
    • Tough it out
    • Seek the world's guidance
    • Seek God's guidance
  • May 19, 2024Three Cheers!
    May 19, 2024
    Three Cheers!
    Series: (All)
    “The Three Cheers of Jesus” Many people live their lives full of despair and hopelessness.  They are missing out on the joy of the Lord.  This is probably true for most of us at some time or another.  But Jesus provides what we need to live life abundantly.  This morning, let’s consider three times when Jesus told people to “Be of good cheer!”
    1. The Cheer of Christ’s Forgiveness   (Matthew 9:1-8)
    2. The Cheer of Christ’s Presence   (Mark 6:47-51)
    3. The Cheer of Christ’s Victory   (John 16:33)
  • May 12, 2024Abigail: A Portrait of Wisdom
    May 12, 2024
    Abigail: A Portrait of Wisdom
    Series: (All)
    1 Samuel 25 On this Mother’s Day, we take a look at a woman whose extraordinary courage and wisdom benefitted two very important, but hot-headed, men—her husband Nabal and the soon-to-be king of Israel, David. Wisdom means keeping your head when others are losing theirs. Wisdom means keeping your commitments even when it’s not easy. Wisdom means keeping your faith even when things look hopeless.
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