What’s New

Cherub Choir

New this fall, the Cherub Choir is for children ages 4 through kindergarten and meets on Sunday mornings right after Sunday School (10:30-10:45 AM) in the Children’s Music Room. Join us on September 17, 2023!

Each week after Wednesday night supper, you are invited to gather for a short devotion in the parlor. We will begin with an evening prayer. Then, we will read the scripture for the upcoming Sunday, listening for what stands out, what surprises us, and what God is saying to us in that space together. We will close with prayer requests for the days ahead. For more information, contact Pastor Alex at alex@bonairpc.org.

Volunteer at Shalom Farms

Learn more about Shalom Farms, a nonprofit farm and food justice organization working for an equitable food system in Richmond, VA, and get involved! Sign up links can be found in the weekly news or call the church office at 804-272-7514.

Open Trunk Food Drive

First Saturdays

9:30 – 10:30 AM

Join us in the BAPC Parking Lot

The Communication Ministry Team has created a SmugMug site to capture pictures of the life of our church. Check out our new Photo Gallery to view images of our vibrant and welcoming congregation!

Join us for Pickleball in the Fellowship Hall! You are welcome to bring your own paddle or use ones provided.

The earth is the Lord’s and all that is in it, the world, and those who live in it.

Psalm 24:1

Earth Care Congregation

BAPC has been re-certified as an Earth Care Congregation through the PC(USA). BAPC committed to the “Earth Care Pledge” and to accomplishing a specific number of actions toward caring for God’s earth in four categories:

  • Worship,
  • Education,
  • Facilities, and
  • Outreach.

If you have questions or would like to get involved, contact the Peace Study/Action Group (through Deborah Houghton) or the moderators of the Worship, Christian Education, Property or Church & Society Ministry Teams.

Social Media Policy

Bon Air Presbyterian Church uses photography to help us flourish as a faith community. We highlight the work of those who serve in less visible roles and communicate our mission as a church via our publications, website and social media. Photographs also provide important ways for us to bear testimony, both now and to future generations, to the work God is doing in our life together as a body of believers.

In this 24/7 digital age, BAPC has become increasingly aware of the need to protect the privacy of those who may be in images that are used by it in printed publications and online. To address those concerns and other issues, the Session adopted a Social Media Policy that sets forth guidelines for images commissioned and used by our church. For additional information about the policy, contact Ted McCormack.

The prophet Micah reminds us we are to “do justice, to love mercy, and walk humbly”.