Wednesday Programs

Typical Wednesday Evening Schedule

Posts for each Wednesday go up on the Thursday, prior. For more information about that week’s program and schedule

  • 4:30 PM – River Road Camerata
  • 5:30 PM – Dinner – Fellowship Hall
    (Dinner Reservations are required. Please make your reservation by 11am on Monday.)
  • 6:00 PM
  • 6:30 PM

Wednesday Night Programs Spring 2017

January 4: Epiphany Service
January 11: Winter Bible Study with BTSR Faculty
January 18: Winter Bible Study with BTSR Faculty
January 25: Winter Bible Study with BTSR Faculty
February 1: Black History Month I: “Called To Preach: The Life and Times of the Reverend John Jasper” with Benjamin Ross
February 8: Black History Month II: Arthur Ashe Biography with Whit Sheppard
February 15: Black History Month III: Prisoner Reentry with Martin Brown
February 22: Black History Month IV: “Strengthening Parents to Improve Child Well-being: Richmond Family Fatherhood Initiative” with Chandra Washington-Peyton
March 1: Ash Wednesday Service
March 8: Lenten Series: Faith Stories, Family Style
March 15: Lenten Series: Faith Stories, Table Style
March 22: Lenten Series: Faith Stories, Spiritual Style
March 29: Lenten Series: Faith Stories, Lenten Style
April 5: Lenten Series: Faith Stories, Musical Style
April 12: No WND&P – Public School Spring Break & Holy Week
April 19: Hymn Sing
April 27: CrossOver Ministries with Julie Bilodeau, Executive Director
May 3: Board of Missions: Panama Reflections
May 10: TBA
May 17: Teacher Appreciation & Outstanding Christian Educator Ceremony
May 24: Children’s Musical

Vesper Service: Dr. Charles Bagwell

Vesper Service
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
7:00 p.m., Chapel

Charles Bagwell is Arnold Salzburg Professor and chief of pediatric surgery at MCV/VCU, where he has taught medical students and surgical residents for almost 25 years. For the past several years he has been attending night classes at BTSR to develop skills and expertise in the area of pastoral counseling and is leading a program at MCV in wellness and support for medical personnel. Needless to say, the subject of pain and suffering – and that of healing and recovery – is of great interest. Dr. Bagwell is the husband of Louise (former head and founder of the Millwood School), a father of five, and a grandfather to two-year-old grandson James, who has taught him the truth of Barbara Brown Taylor’s words, that “one can learn more theology from holding a sleeping child than from many hours of study on the subject.”

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Click here to listen to Dr. Bagwell’s July 19 meditation.

Childcare is available!