Throughout the year we offer opportunities to connect with friends from our community. We have a couple ways of doing this:
The real deal is that this model of meeting is ancient. Jesus called together a small group and there they shared and grew together. John Wesley built his ministry on the strength, fellowship and learning gained from small groups.
Pastor's Bible Study
This Winter we're walking through the Old Testament on Wednesday nights at 6:45pm! Come hang out and be a part of this!
Sunday Morning Discipleship
Every Sunday morning we have opportunities for children, youth, and adults to grow in relationship with each other and Christ! The fun starts each week at 9:15am!
Remember…these are all worthwhile ways to grow! To get plugged in, please contact the Fieldstone Office.
Giving Tree Food Pantry
Every Friday night we open our Food Pantry to serve others in our community. This is a great opportunity to serve and connect with the community. You can contact Kim Schwenk for ways you can start food drives, collect food, organize the pantry and volunteer.
We invite people to attend a time of Celebration Worship starting at 5:15 PM.
Throughout the year we gather for special meals and times of community fellowship.
Check out their website for more information: The Giving Tree Food Pantry
Follow them here: Facebook - The Giving Tree Food Pantry
Summer Project Youth
Project SPY aka Service Project Youth is a week-long mission adventure for middle and high school students & adults. Physically, we are a home repair ministry, making homes safer, warmer and drier, for families in the New River Valley. Spiritually, we seek to be God's hands and feet in the world. Because of God's love for us, we are working to love others in tangible ways.
You can find more information at their page: Project SPY
To Our House
To Our House provides temporary thermal shelter and compassionate support for homeless men who seek such shelter.
Mission: To Our House is an organization formed to engage our community in providing temporary thermal shelter and compassionate support for homeless men who seek such shelter. Our objective is to partner with faith-based and community organizations, local businesses, and individual volunteers to carry out our mission.
- Homeless men are sheltered from November through March in local churches throughout the NRV.
- The men come to the Intake Center at 110 Roanoke Street (NRCA offices) in Christiansburg around 5:00 p.m. and are transported to the host facility around 6:00 p.m. where a hot meal and evening activities are provided.
- Breakfast is served the next morning and the men are transported back to the Intake Center in Christiansburg around 7 a.m., taking a bag lunch with them.
- To Our House (TOH) relies on volunteers from faith-based and community organizations. Training is provided for Clergy and Key Volunteers.
- TOH provides one overnight staff member, comfortable and portable cots and linens, and transportation to and from the Intake Center.
Check out their website for more information: To Our House
Follow them here: Facebook - To Our House