For Richmond leaders Corey Widmer of Third Church and David M. Bailey of Arrabon invite metro Richmond churches to participate in a Moment of Lament on Nov. 17, 2019 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of enslaved Africans arriving in the American colonies. Click through for details!
The RPS Office of Community Engagement has asked For Richmond to invite all churches, ministries and faith-based nonprofits currently volunteering in Richmond Public Schools to an important meeting to discuss next steps for involvement. The meeting is also open to those who are interested in learning about how they can get involved for the first time, including those in the surrounding counties.
Our friends in the Office of Engagement at Richmond Public Schools are inviting church groups and individuals to take part in RPS Shines 2019, the second annual summer effort to beautify schools before students return in the fall. Read on for all the ways you can get involved and be “For Richmond.”
There are 485 children in foster care in Metro Richmond. We have 800 churches. Together, we can solve the foster care crisis. Learn about how we got started this February and how you can get involved now!
We're grateful for all the pastors and other Christian leaders who came out to hear from Jason Kamras, Superintendent of Richmond Public Schools, in January. It was great to hear his vision for the schools and engage in a dialogue about how churches can partner to achieve that vision.