The KirkWood Church is a Presbyterian (U.S.A.) congregation that was chartered in 1987. We are a part of the Presbytery of Eastern Virginia and we are located in historic Hampton Roads, near Yorktown, Poquoson, Hampton and Newport News. Our members are found to be active in all phases of community life. We like to worship, learn, work, and play together, loving God and enjoying his wonders and graces. All of our activities are open to all — seekers, skeptics, and devoted. Come grow with us.
- Update – July 8, 2020Hello Friends The KirkWood Session wants to update you on all the activities going on during this time of worship online and the arrival of Pastor Chris Shearer. These continue to be uncertain times. The apostle Paul, who lived in very uncertain times wrote in his letter to the Philippians 4:6 to “not to be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, present your requests to God.” Our new pastor, Pastor Chris Shearer and his family, will be with us in early-August and we expect Pastor Shearer to preach his first sermon August 9th. We have wonderful […]
- Middle School VBSKirkWood’s Christians in Action Mission for the Congo July 27-31 5:30-8:00pm Dinner provided Limited spaces available for participants Registration Link: https://form.jotform.com/201814271939155 This summer we are not offering VBS for all ages as usual, however we will be offering a Middle School VBS program for up to 10 participants. There will be a waiting list available for additional participants. KirkWood’s Christians in Action will be centered around Mission in the Congo! This year our activities will surround raising money for masks, food, and Bibles to be sent to our sister church through Reverend Kalonji. The program will run from July 27-31, […]
- Update – May 28, 2020Hello Friends, I want to update you on the timing of when we will be able to gather for worship again in KirkWood’s sanctuary. I know that we are all missing one another, and with the transition that KirkWood is going through, many are very anxious to resume community worship activities. These are still very uncertain times, and the uncertainty brings a fair amount of anxiety. I want to encourage you with something the Bible says in 1 Peter 5, “cast your anxieties upon the Lord for He cares for you.” Even though we cannot be together in worship right […]