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We seek to be a church where everyone – young or old, new believer or mature Christian, life-long Richmonder or new in town – feels at home. We come from all walks of life. We learn from one another and share with one another a variety of faith, social, and political perspectives. We treasure the rich diversity of our members and friends! We like to think of our church as a place where you ………

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Bon Air Presbyterian Church, 9201 W. Huguenot Road, North Chesterfield, VA 23235, Phone: 804.272.7514 Email:

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We are proud and humbled to actively participate in the Shelter program run by Caritas once a year. CARITAS (Congregations Around Richmond Involved To Assure Shelter) was organized in the early 1980’s to respond to the huge unmet need for emergency shelter for homeless adults in the cold winter months.

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The richness of the experience of fellowship in the Holy Spirit is because of the reality of the new creation and of being “in Christ.”

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SSSJ Concerts Series

The SSSJ Concert Series is a self-supporting program to give local talent an opportunity to perform before a wider audience. All concerts are free and open to the public. A donation offering is received at each performance.

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This year, our season of Lent will be a Season of Prayer. Our members and friends will be invited, supported, and guided in a regular prayer practice for the 40 days of the Lenten Season. Those who already engage in daily prayer are encouraged to continue their practice. Those who are willing to enter into a deeper, more meaningful relationship with God, are encouraged to set aside time each day to become aware of God’s presence, to open themselves to God, and to respond to God. A guide to daily prayer will be distributed in the worship bulletins on the first Sunday of Lent, March 10, and will be available in the Narthex and Welcome Foyer throughout the Lenten season. Weekly prayer encouragement will be emailed each Tuesday to those who receive the Weekly News.

Some of us are hesitant to pray because we have questions, doubts, or concerns about prayer. Therefore, the themes and messages during our Season of Prayer worship services will address questions that some of us may have regarding our conversations with God.

March 10 – Do You Hear Me, God? How Do I Know?
March 17 – O Lord, Does Praying for Others Really Make a Difference?
March 24 – I Blew It, Lord. Since You Already Know Everything, Why Do I Need to Tell You About It?
April 7 – Give Me Patience, Lord, and Give It to Me Now!
April 14 – I Just Can’t Pray Anymore

Many of us have experienced the power and the grace of someone praying for us. During our Season of Prayer, those who are interested will have the opportunity to select a Secret Prayer Partner. Those choosing a prayer partner make a commitment to pray for another person, without their knowledge, at least twice a week throughout Lent. Those who make the commitment to pray for another will also have someone praying for them. More information about Secret Prayer Partners may be found in another article in this Outreach.



 Join with our Christian brothers and sisters from throughout our community each Tuesday during Lent for a short prayer service at 12:00 p.m. followed by a light lunch and fellowship at 12:30 p.m.

March 12 – Christ the King Lutheran Church
9800 W. Huguenot Rd.

March 19 – Bon Air Presbyterian Church
9201 W. Huguenot Rd.

March 26 – Huguenot Road Baptist Church
10525 W. Huguenot Rd.

April 2 – St. Matthias Episcopal Church
11300 W. Huguenot Rd.

April 9 – St. Michael’s Episcopal Church
2040 McRae Rd




Interfaith Discussions

 Join us as we gather with our community brothers and sisters for our annual interfaith dialogues. It is a wonderful opportunity to talk with people from the Muslim, Jewish, and Christian traditions, to build relationships, and to develop greater understanding and unity. This year, our theme will be “Home”.  Each Thursday evening gathering begins at 6:45 with a time of food and fellowship before our discussions begin at 7:00.

March 28 at St. Edwards Catholic Church
Living faith at home

April 4 at the Islamic Center of Virginia
Our houses of worship – Our spiritual homes

April 11 at Congregation Or Ami
Living our faith in our home in Richmond

What happens at the Trialogue? After a brief introductory presentation by the host religious leader, those present form small groups that include members of various faith traditions. The majority of the time is spent in discussion within these small groups. The host group provides food for snacking.



 Volleyball returns to Thursday nights (7pm) in January, February and March.
This is an intergenerational, multi-ability opportunity for fellowship, exercise and joy. Your attendance makes it possible for everyone else to have fun.
Come feel the love.



With deep gratitude we thank the Church and Society Ministry Team, the Session and the whole congregation for your support of the launching of Voices of Jubilee Gospel Choir at Bon Air Juvenile Correctional Center. We have had three rehearsals and will meet twice in December to sing with the youth at BAJCC. The impact has been tremendous already.   Each week we have had 24 youth and there is a waiting list for others to join.   It has been an amazing experience hearing the drab room of a prison fill the voices of youth in song. We are blessed to have the gifts of an amazing choir director, Makeda McCreary and accompanist Stephen Roach who make this all possible.

As we share our story, the support for this ministry is growing. We are thrilled to share that River Road  Baptist Church has joined the ministry as a partner providing seed money and committing to ongoing funding in 2019. East End Fellowship is our other partner providing human resources through the leadership of our directors and choir members. We are continuing to build funding support from other churches and community members.   


Youth Calendar— March/April


The Confirmation Class for 2019 begins on Sunday, March 3. Please pray for our youth as they being this journey.


Triennium, July 15-21, 2019: This is a massive Presbyterian youth conference held at Purdue University in Indiana every three years. The Presbyterian of the James delegation is ready to take youth registrations! The cost is $620 per youth (which can be broken into a payment plan). Contact Colleen Earp to register, The deadline to register is 2/14/19.

























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Concert Series

  Second Sunday South of the James 2018/2019 Season Bon Air Presbyterian Church   2019 Events Sunday, January 13, 2019 4:00 p.m. Second Sunday South of the James will celebrate…

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Bon Air Presbyterian Preschool (BAPP) uses the Reggio Emilia approach to education and is committed to the creation of conditions for learning that will enhance and facilitate children’s construction of…

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We are proud and humbled to actively participate in the Shelter program run by CARITAS once a year.  CARITAS (Congregations Around Richmond Involved To Assure Shelter) was organized in the early 1980’s to respond…

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Richmonders Involved to Strengthen Our Communities (RISC) is an interracial, interfaith, nonpartisan organization which brings congregations together to build the power to meet God’s call to ‘do justice’.  In the…

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    SUNDAY WORSHIP Our mission and ministry flows out of our worship.  Each Sunday, we gather to worship with reverence, relevance, openness, and joy.  Bon Air is a family…

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