COVID-19: BRPC is now OPEN for in person worship. However, out of an abundance of caution and to keep the most vulnerable in our community safe we ask that everyone remain socially distanced and wear a mask while inside the church.
Do you feel that you can’t live your life as a Christian without doing something to respond to people in need?
If you have an itch to serve God, come help us fully live out the gospel by sharing your hands, your voice, your prayers, your ideas and your heart.
God is all about relationships and at Blue Ridge Presbyterian, we strive to “Build Relationships with People in Christ.” So come on in and help us experience the love of God through our relationships with one another.
Worship is at the heart of Blue Ridge Presbyterian Church. Are you looking for a deeper connection with God?
If you are, we hope you’ll join us as we seek to grow in faith through our worship, in prayer, preaching, song, sacraments, and Sunday school for all ages.
Welcome to Blue Ridge Presbyterian - where we put our faith into action through worship, small group activities, service projects, and community events. Come meet other people interested in deepening their faith and having fun. We can’t do it without you!
We strive to be people who are reaching out to others in need, building relationships with one another, worshiping God with imagination and joy, and asking what it means to be Christ’s people.
If you don’t have a regular church home, we invite you to join us any Sunday for worship at 10:45 am. We value diversity and welcome absolutely all people into our fellowship who are seeking to be disciples of Jesus Christ.
No matter your identity - race, orientation, gender, income, education, or personality - you are a beloved child of God and you are welcome in our church family. We would love to meet you!
The Matthew 25 Initiative of the Presbyterian Church (USA) exhorts churches to act boldly and compassionately to serve people who are hungry, oppressed, imprisoned or poor. Matthew 25: 31-46 calls all of us to actively engage in the world around us so our faith comes alive and we wake up to new possibilities. As a Matthew 25 congregation, we are committed to building congregational vitality, dismantling structural racism, and eradicating systemic poverty. You can learn more about being a Matthew 25 church here.