Rev. Sterling Severns delves deeper into John 5.
Rev. Sterling Severns' sermon about God's work in the brokenness of the world. July 26, 2020
Mary Jo Dailey, Dan and Karen Herman share their thoughts, and some personal stories about healing
Healing Promo from Tabernacle Baptist Church, RVA on Vimeo. join us tomorrow for worship @ 11:00 AM EST. https://livestream.com/tbcrichmond/events/9226695
“We need to tell stories as a testimony to what God has done and is doing. If we do not share the stories, their power and truth are diluted, and their impact forgotten” (Wright/Davis). On April 5, 2017, we invited Mary Jo Dailey to share her call story. We are grateful for her bravery and vulnerability. … Continue reading Tabernacle Stories: Mary Jo Dailey (04/05/17)
What happens AFTER someone receives healing and/or a cure?
It’s hard to believe we’re 40+ days into this wilderness. I continue to be inspired by the resilience of the church and the steady in-breaking of love in this chaos. When all of this first started, in our little corner of the world, none of us knew what to expect. In many ways, we still … Continue reading Making Adjustments, A Word from our Pastor
Member Action Required. from Sterling W. Severns on Vimeo. This video features Kristen O'Sullivan, Director of our Child Care Center Ministry, and Terry McMahon, Chair of our Administrative Board. They offer timely and specific information on this week's vote on church approval of receiving funds from the Paycheck Protection Program. We have no idea when … Continue reading MEMBER ACTION REQUIRED: THIS WEEK’S VOTE ON RECEIVING FUNDS FROM THE PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM.
The best preparation for a life of prayer is simply to become more intensely human -Kenneth Leech The practice of presence is about paying attention, waking up to the world around us. Each day this week we will post meditations, images, poetry and activities inviting us to become present--in our surroundings, with our deepest selves, … Continue reading Soul Care Week One: Becoming Present
We gather in quiet. Sunlight streams into the darkness as doors are opened. The very candle we extinguished on Good Friday enters the room. The candle is passed throughout the Sanctuary until it is finally placed amid a wreath of flowers. We light the candle and proclaim, “He is Risen”! ….and the celebration begins.