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Welcome W&M students, faculty and staff, families and alumni! Please follow us on Facebook and Twitter...click on the icons at lower right. Students, be sure to get a College flyer from the ushers...note Rev. Daniel Willson's W&M Reading Series at 4 pm, reading and discussing Rachel Held Evans' Searching for Sunday. Click here for the schedule. Also, sign up on your attendance card to connect with your WBC "Campus Family." And don't forget the "goodie bags" as you depart from worship!

Christmas Parade Watch Party on the front steps Saturday, Dec. 5, 8:30 am...this year, the parade route has been reversed, but WBC still has the best view and the warmest refreshments!

Click here for latest newsletter of the winter homeless shelter, operated by the Community of Faith Mission...our night to staff the shelter is December 8...if you can help, contact the Kidds or churchoffice@williamsburgbaptist.com.

The Virginians bring their award-winnng barbershop music to WBC on Sunday, Dec. 13, at 2 pm, for a FREE holiday concert...click here for the flyer.

WBC Book Group meets Dec. 16 at 2 pm to discuss Growing up in Williamsburg from the Depression to Pearl Harbor by local author Ed Belvin.

Click here for a photo of Rev. Willson with the clergy who assisted in the Covenant Celebration... be sure to scroll down to see who's who.

The 3rd Annual Memorial Butterfly Release was held on a sweltering afternoon...but the butterflies were ready to take wing...click here for photos.

Don't forget to place your spare change in the Pennies for Hospice containers in the Fellowship Lounge...we recently sent $53 to Hospice House & Support Care from your recent donations. For more missions opportunities, click here.

Spanish Language Church A congregation sponsored by First Baptist Church of Newport News meets at WBC in the Social Hall son Tuesday evenings at 7 pm. For more information, contact Rev. Juan Garcia, 757-329-0992, or hispanic@fbcnn.org. Spanish-language prayer is held on Tuesday mornings...men's Bible study on Monday evening.

Food Needs in Our Community

The Missions Council sponsors two collections of food each month to help those in need in our community.

  • On the 1st Sunday of the month, non-perishable food donations are requested for FISH, our local food and clothing pantry. Need for food assistance has risen dramatically in the last year. January 2013 set a record high in requests for food at FISH, so your contributions are more important than ever. Go to http://williamsburgfish.weebly.com for more information on this community service. Click here for a new video.
  • Food collected on the 3rd Sunday is donated to Erase the Need's "Gym Bag Project," which provides food to middle school students from low income and homeless families. Items should be non-perishable and sized to fit in a gym bag. Families also appreciate non-food items, such as toilet paper and tissues.
  • If you are unable to be at church on collection Sundays, please know that your donations may be left in the Fellowship Lounge baskets at any time and will be much appreciated. For more information, click on "hands-on missions" at right.

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