Journey UMC: Missional Faith Community
Journey UMC: Missional Faith Community

Journey UMC: Missional Faith Community

 

Worship Location:

Journey Community Center

19210 Patrick Henry Hwy

Amelia Courthouse, VA 23002

 

Worship here

10:00 am Sundays

 

Phone: +1 804 3040256

E-mail: communications@journeyumcva.com

 

Mail:

P O Box 190
Jetersville, VA 23083

 

‘Come with us on a journey, the journey of life, a journey with God, a journey together.’

Join one of these ongoing ministries to  make a difference today!

 

Amelia Thrift Store Everything is donated, we serve with our hearts and then we give away all net proceeds to help meet needs in our community. Contact: Betty Morris and Linda Picardi

 

Journey Meals Food Backpack Program

In 2014-15 we  served over 9000 meals. In 2015-16 we served more than 50 children in Amelia on weekends. contact Carla Clarke

 

Soles for Souls   Thanks to all who donated to this worthy cause, year round children’s shoe collection to benefit Christmas Mother program. Contact Leann Clarke 

 

Hands to Hearts Our local food ministry to connect people who are falling between the cracks. Contact Carla or Robert Clarke

 

Coats for Christmas Mother Seasonal Ministry. Contact Carla Clarke

 

Missional

We chose missional as our first name because we believe in our whole hearts that Jesus calls us to follow his example of being a servant to all. The Bible challenges us to boldy go where no one has gone before.

 

 

      Why Missional?

          Adam Hamilton teaches that if we can get people involved in mission, we can teach them about Jesus Christ and then they will become part of the church. The Holy Spirit is alive, working and leading the people of the Amelia Thrift Store on a mission to reach out to the community.  This community mission outreach was started after identifying several basic needs of our community.  The two greatest needs were funds to help support the two county food banks and agencies that helped people with their financial needs.   The Holy Spirit led the opening of a thrift store, selling only donated items, all work from unpaid servants, and giving all proceeds back to the community.  The store has celebrated over seven years of success that can only be described as a miracle from God.  An expansion of this community outreach includes Journey Meals Food Program, delivering over 9000 meals per school year to needy children for the weekend.

     The Amelia Thrift Store has been credited with changing the entire community in ways where people know that they are reaching out to each other by donating, serving or buying in the store.

      We are finding many people coming into the store seeking a direction or guidance in life. We have several avenues where we can tell our stories about our faith in Christ.  We are now providing a place where more mission work can be done, and a place where those who have been turned off, turned away, or never found a “church” can now come and worship a living God. 

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