Please join us online for virtual worship on Sunday, January 24
at or via YouTube.
Drive-By "Meet and Greet" & Epiphany Blessing - January 31
We hope you will join us on Sunday, January 31 from noon to 2:00 p.m. for a drive-by "meet and greet" and Epiphany blessing with our rectors! From noon to 2:00 p.m. The Rev. Duane Nettles and The Rev. Kim Reinholz will be at the front of the church handing out chalk and giving blessings. Want to meet our new rector, Duane, in person? Now's your chance!

To prevent a traffic block we ask that you enter onto Cherry Street, turn right on to South Cathedral Place, then finally turn right onto North Laurel Street where you will arrive at the front of the church. Face masks are required.
Compline Tonight at 9:00 p.m.
You are invited to join with ECM on tonight, January 20, for a Special Inauguration Day community-wide Compline Service at 9:00 p.m. via Zoom. During this service, we will hold space to pray for the nation and all those who hold public office. We invite you to join us and include your voice as we pray for justice, and peace, and a peaceful night’s sleep.  
In Case You Missed It
Missed last Sunday's service? You can watch The Rev. Duane Nettles sermon here. We hope you'll join us as we continue to worship virtually this Sunday, January 24. Want to be notified when the Sunday service is uploaded? Subscribe to our YouTube channel by clicking on the red SUBSCRIBE button in the upper right corner. We recently reached 100 subscribers thanks to YOUR support!
Vestry Candidates Online Now
If you have not met the most recent candidates for the Vestry class of 2024, take a look at their bios before the church’s annual meeting on February 21.
Samples from Sunday
This week we are featuring the powerful and moving performance ofMy Protest: Tribute to George Floyd presented by Donovan Williams, composer and violinist, for our online worship service on January 17. Donovan is a junior at the Collegiate School. He studies theory and composition with Hope Armstrong Erb. Thanks to Donovan for sharing his musical gifts with us! You can watch our other samples from Sunday here.
Please note this video was recorded in the musician's home, so a mask was not required.
Need a Little Love?
Join members from GHTC in a discussion of Presiding Bishop Curry’s book The Way of Love on Valentine’s Day. On Sunday, 2/14 we will join for our February Formation Hour on Zoom at 9:00 a.m. If you’ve read the book, pull it off the shelf; if you haven’t read it yet, you can get it in plenty of time for our meeting. It’s a great read, and it’s all about Love.  
Lent Madness 2021 is Coming Up Soon
With the Lenten season approaching that means that the yearly competition for the Golden Halo will also be kicking off soon too. Lent Madness, starting on Feb. 18, is a fun way to learn about a variety of the Church’s saints, enjoy a little competition, and maybe even win a prize. You can learn about Lent Madness here, and you can take a look at the 2021 bracket and matchups here. Watch the eNews to for details on how you can participate in Lent Madness 2021.
Subscribe to the GHTC Music Channel
Did you know the GHTC Music Channel has over 26,000 views? We're proud to showcase our congregations amazing musical talents during our Sunday worship services and during special concerts! You can listen to past performances, such as "Fairest Lord Jesus" by Derek Hakes, on our channel. Be sure to hit SUBSCRIBE in the upper right corner!
Winter Wellness
Are you making time to take care of yourself this winter? Watch today’s video from our own Estelle Brodeur. You can find other handy tips on the church website.
Planning Ahead for Your Family
No one likes to think about planning for the end of life, yet it can be simplified. There are resources available on the Sacraments page of the church website and you can see how simple the process can be through this 13-min. video featuring our own Elaine Quinn and Mother Kim Reinholz. 
Red Door Clothing Closet is Full
Thank you so much for your generosity! If you have clothing or items to donate you can either hang onto them until we are in need again or you can donate them to:
And on Friday, you can join us at 2 p.m. for the brief (outdoor) socially distanced Healing Service. You can join us live at Red Door RVA on Facebook.