In-person worship at 11am on Sundays.
Pastor Tom will continue to post a pre-recorded sermon every Sunday morning on Facebook & YouTube. Watch your email for direct links to our on-line worship.
Prayers of the People

  • Steve (Googy) Spradlin recovering at home after being forced off the road while riding his moped
  • Bob Srigley, Ginny Haney's old tennis partner, diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer
  • Heather Jarratt recovering from surgery
  • Peggy Spradlin as she continues to mourn the loss of her husband Duck
  • The healing of our nation
  • John Allen Boggs, friend of the Hamners
  • Carter Conrad, Mary Curtis' brother, battling cancer.
  • Dan Dowdy, friend of the Hamners
  • Agnes Johnson at home
  • Bev Butler, brother of Ellen Pitts
  • Grady Lassiter, friend of the Hamners, battling cancer
  • Eileen Piller, friend of the Hamners, battling cancer
  • The ministry and participants with Hope Beyond the Bars
  • All impacted by natural disasters
  • All effected by COVID-19
  • All scientists, medical staff, and researchers who are working to develop a safe COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Those who are recovering at home and those who are their caregivers.
  • Our shut-ins who are dealing with physical pain and the pain of isolation.

Contact Staci or Pastor Tom to add your joys or concerns to our prayer list
SUMC Women's Prayer Group
All women are invited
to attend the
Women's Prayer Group at
7pm on the 1st & 3rd Thursdays
of the month in the fellowship hall.
We would love to grow our group.
Please remember to wear your mask.
We are still looking for someone willing and able to produce DVDs of Pastor Tom's
on-line Sunday services to be mailed out to shut-ins and those not comfortable returning to in-person worship at this time. If you are interested in taking on this important ministry, please contact Pastor Tom.
If you have questions or would like to place an order, call or email Staci in the
church office. 434-286-4736
Christmas Designs have started coming in. Order yours today!
We currently have 2 artists interested in corresponding. Click the link above to read
why you should write to an inmate and to read artist's profiles.
All correspondence is personal and not subject to ministry review and does not necessarily reflect the views of Hope Beyond the Bars.
A copy of the Virginia United Methodist Foundation 2019 Annual Report
is available in the church office if you are interested in seeing how we are involved in our communities.
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Blessings, Staci