Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Dinner, 5:15-6:15 p.m., Fellowship Hall
Menu: Sandwich & Salad Supper: pimento cheese biscuits, ham and Swiss finger sandwiches, portobello pesto sliders, garden pasta salad, Greek kale salad, fresh fruit medley, cherry cordial cookies
Kids Entrée: Build-Your-Own Hoagie
If you have not already, please make your reservation by September 9. You may do so by filling out the form below or contacting the Church Office. When you make your reservation, please specify the entrées you’d like for your family.
Weekly Costs: Adults & Youth (grades 6-12) – $9/each; Children (grade 5 and younger) – $5/each; Family Max – $25
Standing Reservations for Wednesday dinners, September 11-December 18, 2019 (no dinner on November 27), are now available. The pre-paid reservation provides a 10% discount from the normal individual prices, while the Family Max reservation already includes a discount for families
The deadline to sign-up and pre-pay is anytime before the first dinner on September 11. To make your standing reservation, please call the Church Office (804-288-1131) and mail your payment, or make your reservation and pay online* through Access ACS.
*Credit and debit cards will not be accepted for payment on Standing Reservations. Please use an electronic funds transfer (EFT) to directly debit the payment from your bank account. If you have any questions, please contact LeAnne Lane.
River Road Camerata, 4:30-5:15 p.m., Main Rehearsal Room
TFC-Kids: Games & Snacks with Sandy Rooney, 5:45-6:15 p.m., Chapel Hall
Cherub Choir with Ken Wilson and Cathy Wilson and Rose Browning, 6:15-6:45 p.m., UC #232
- pre-k & kindergarten
Carol Choir with Suzanne Spicer, 6:15-7:00 p.m., Youth Rehearsal Room
- 1st & 2nd grades
Crusader Choir with Bob Gallagher, 6:15-7:00 p.m., Main Rehearsal Room
- 3rd-5th grades
Games & Dessert, 6:00-7:00 p.m., Youth Area
A Time of Remembering 9/11 with Jim Slatton, 6:15-7:00 p.m., Fellowship Hall
Where were you on September 11, 2001? It is a day so many remember in great detail with deep sadness. Hard to believe, is the fact that high school students today were not alive then. Following this horrific event and the days of questions, concerns, and prayers, churches gathered to worship and find community in which to share emotions and thoughts, and seek a way forward. River Road Church was filled to the brim, with standing room only the following Sunday. Rev. Dr. Jim Slatton had the arduous task of offering a word from the Lord; of acknowledging the reality of evil and the compassion of Christ, holding out hope for a future in a world forever changed. Dr. Slatton will recall that Sunday and offer highlights from his message, which is preserved in writing in our archives. Come and share together a meaningful remembrance of an important event in all of our lives, that continues to shape our world today.