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"What you do to the least of these, you do to me..."  - Jesus



As followers of the Way of Jesus, our faith calls us to share the love and grace that God has given us with others in our community and in the world.  We gather to celebrate the Eucharist on Sundays so that we will be nourished by the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ and empowered to be the Body of Christ in the world, reaching out in love to those in need.  Throughout the year we will participate in service projects, such as a River Clean-up Day and a service retreat, and we will work with the Fredericksburg ecumenical ministry to the homeless, Micah Hospitality Network.  Come here regularly to see what plans are being made.
Last Updated on Monday, 09 August 2010 15:31
 

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