Wednesdays at 7 PM on Zoom | February 24 - March 31
Lectio Divina, or divine reading, is an ancient practice that combines contemplative prayer with reading scripture.
During this season of Lent, we’re partnering with Mt. Olivet to provide an online space where we'll explore this unique and engaging practice together. We’ll be led by Pastor Lynne and Pastors Ed Walker and Teer Hardy from Mt. Olivet. Please register using the link below so you’ll have access to the Zoom meeting.
Fresh Expressions Retreat I February 26th and 27th
A Guided Planning Retreat for Becoming the Congregation of Tomorrow
The crises of 2020 have accelerated the need for churches to "future-fit" for our new world. You and your team need a planning retreat where you can craft a strategy to take your congregation into the future.
Future Church Summit brings futurists and missional practitioners alongside your team to chart a course for the road ahead.
This season has left us with many uncertainties. When can our churches safely gather? How do we live in both a virtual and a physical congregation? How can we stay engaged with our people?
Yet, one thing we can be certain of - the future of our congregations doesn’t look like the past. The good news is that amidst this crisis, there is great opportunity.
Registration information for Walker Chapel with be included in upcoming Chapel Notes. But look forward to planning a future-focused strategy for the coming year and beyond!
Every Saturday and Sunday, 1-3pm at the Chapel. There will also be other volunteer opportunities (that are in accordance to our Healthy Church Team's important requirements), helping load the AFAC truck etc. Together, we will see this crisis through and ensure that our neighbors have dignified access to food.
Read more about how COVID19 has impacted food insecurity in our community here.
Worship services are broadcast on Facebook Live every Sunday at 10:30am ET and uploaded to YouTube soon afterwards.
Community Prayer requests-- Healing & Sympathy
Family and friends of Christiane Roehler who are sick with COVID -- the father of her closest friend, her mother's dear friend who recently died, her Aunt who is very ill the virus.
Chen and Lynda Elliott
The family of Ivan Elmer
Timmons/ Olson family
All struggling, isolated - standing by their own pool of tears
Prayers for the World
In remembrance of the victims of gun violence and those forever changed by it. On this the 3 year anniversary of the school shooting at Majorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL that claimed 17 young lives. We will never forget.
For Columbia which has announced that it will legalize 1.7 million undocumented immigrants from Venezuela, so that they don't risk deportation.
For the families of at least 31 people in India who have died and the 165 people missing and feared to have died in a dam collapse caused by a rapidly melting glacier. Indian experts had warned that climate change would cause the melting of glaciers, threatening dams in the region.
For peace between the U.S. and China after two U.S. aircraft carrier groups conducted joint exercises in the South China Sea last week.
For peace in Myanmar after Myanmar's new military junta, which overturned the results of democratic elections when it seized power, has warned the public not to "destroy" democracy, following days of protests against the coup.
For the more than one million Chinese Uighurs, who are being held in camps by the Chinese government and for the Uighur women who are being forced to give up their children for adoption.
For the families of children who have become disabled and ill due to exposure to PFAS and other chemicals that have been linked to developmental issues affecting fetuses during pregnancy and infants who breast-feed.
For peace, environmental justice and health for all around the world.
You can submit prayer requests to email@example.com. All prayers are confidential and only shared with the pastoral team unless otherwise noted.
There are 3 ways to financially support the Chapel's ministry.
Snail mail your tithe and offerings to 4102 North Glebe Rd.; Arlington, VA 22207