Monthly Archives: July 2020


        It has been months since we’ve done any serious mission work for our community.  So, here is an opportunity for us to safely get involved in a food drive.  On Sunday, August 9, we will be collecting food in the church parking lot.  You can drive by any time between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. and drop off non-perishable food items. 

        If you would like to contribute, but that time isn’t convenient, please contact Barry (540) 625-2539.  I’ll arrange to pick up the food at your convenience.  Please prayerfully consider what you can do; the need is great, and the resources are not.

        Be blessed.   Pastor Barry

Sermon for July 26, 2020!

Good morning! Hope you are all keeping safe and well! Don’t forget that even though we are not together at church, we can still keep in touch and keep all of our family and friends in our prayers! Please keep Diane Pelletier in our prayers as she lost her brother, Patrick (Pat) Pelletier, on July 16th.

Sermon for July 19, 2020!

I hope all of you are doing well this morning! Even though we aren’t at Church physically, that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the Sermon this morning. Please remember to keep in touch with those you can and pray for all of us everyday! Have a wonderful and blessed Sunday! Remember to be the best person you can even in these hard times! And please, take precautions and try to stay safe! 🙏🙏

Sermon for July 12, 2020!

Good Morning! Well, we have made it through another week with God’s help! As we look forward to this new week, let’s start it off right by listening to the sermon below by Pastor Barry and dwelling on thoughts of our Lord. Looking forward to another blessed week! May you all be blessed and stay safe!

Sermon for July 5, 2020!

Good morning everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful and safe July 4th! Although we can’t be together right now, it doesn’t mean we can’t keep in touch with our friends and family, and most importantly, keep our fellow members in our prayers! Hopefully this will be all over soon and we will be able to return to Fletcher’s safely! Until then, please stay safe and pray for our nation to heal soon from both the virus and the other turmoil happening within our borders. God will bring us through this all!