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Don Coleman is Bringing It in the East End

I’ve been exploring the East End of our city recently, and learning a lot about the good work that’s going on there at East End Christian Fellowship and at CHAT (Church Hill Activities and Tutoring).  60 more words

East End Fellowship is Bringing It!

I’ve been so impressed with Don Coleman and Corey Widmer–co-pastors at East End Fellowship in Church Hill.  Both of these men seem committed to bringing the Kingdom of Heaven to Richmond, Virginia, and they’ve tried to do it by starting a church that is, in their own words, “a multi-ethnic, economically diverse community in the East End of Richmond, seeking God’s joy and justice for our neighborhoods out of love for Christ.”  Take some time to read their story, below, and when you get a chance take a look at their… 858 more words

You Made It Happen! Bob Lupton Visit (Post 3)

Some of you asked for the data from the powerpoint slide that ran before and after the event. Here it is! Thanks to the sponsors who helped make this event happen! 20 more words


We Never Meant to Start a Church

Corey Widmer introduces East End Fellowship, a church plant in Richmond, Virginia. Corey discusses this great work in greater detail in an interview called Church Planting in Reverse.

Church Planting

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Jesus says…to Peter…

Matthew 16:18-19  New Living Translation (NLT)

18 Now I say to you that you are Peter (which means ‘rock’), and upon this rock I will build my church, and all the powers of hell…

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CCDA Institute presents: Church-Based Community Development Intensive

CCDA Institute is coming to Richmond!  Noel Castellanos, CEO of CCDA is coming to discuss Church-Based Community Development.  See the attached flyer for details.  If you want to print the flyer, click here:   16 more words



On Wednesday night, we had a wonderful time at the CCDA Cafe where over 90 people from all over the city (plus Annapolis, MD and Tidewater) heard from Dave Clark…and from one another.   216 more words