Sundays at 9:30 & 11:00am
at The Byrd Theatre

At Area 10, we believe that God loves us unconditionally, but He also challenges us to become the best version of ourselves. At Area 10 Faith Community, our mission is to meet you exactly where you are, build an authentic relationship, and help you move forward in your relationship with God.

When you come to Area 10, we want you to be known, be loved, and be transformed. 

 
 
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BE Known.

One of the awesome-but-challenging things about meeting in a historic theatre is that it's pretty dark in here. We know it can be scary to step out of the shadows of the The Byrd and introduce yourself, but we want to challenge you to join us at the Welcome Table after any Sunday morning service so we can meet you and start building a real relationship. 

 
 
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Be Loved.

The next step into authentic community is to invest some time in others. We do this through Starting Point, small groups, and other activities throughout the year. Once you start to meet people and learn some names, you're well on your way to being a part of the Area 10 family.

 
 
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Be Transformed.

This is where the real work begins. We're not going to try and give you a five-step process to salvation because we know that road looks different for each person walking down it. But we do want to see you moving toward Christ and allowing Him to speak truth in your day-to-day life.

 
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Parent’s Night Out

Our Vietnam team is volunteering to watch the kids to give you the night off on Friday, March 29. Your donation will go directly to support their summer mission trip to Hanoi, Vietnam. Register by Mar 25.

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Women’s Gathering

Join us on Saturday, April 13th from 1-3pm at 2810: a community gathering place for an afternoon of coffee, conversation, and community building with our elders.

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How to let the bible read you

Join us on Sunday, April 14th from 1-4pm as Professor Jon Weatherly from Johnson University gives us some valuable tools and tricks that will shape the way you read the Bible. 

 
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THE FINAL WEEK

The final week of Jesus’s life is filled with drama. So much happened that week that the gospel writers spend one-third of their writing about Jesus on that week. In this series, we will look at the events of that week leading up to Easter, and we will examine what we can learn as disciples of Jesus from those events. 

March 10th - Return of the King

March 17th - Cleaning House

March 24th - Why Faith Matters

March 31st - RISE RICHMOND
THERE WILL BE NO SERVICES AT THE BYRD ON MARCH 31ST.
You can sign up for a Rise Richmond project HERE.

April 7th - The Meal

April 14th - Trial

April 19th - Crucifixion

April 21st - EASTER SUNDAY: Resurrection

April 28th - Aftermath

 

Rise Richmond 2019

This year RISE Richmond is happening on Sunday, March 31st! RISE Richmond is one of the things we look forward to each year where we cancel services at The Byrd and instead serve in and with our community.

Service projects include family friendly opportunities, like creating care packages for social workers, picking up trash around Belle Isle, or cleaning up at Cary Elementary School. Teen and adult projects include Gardening at Boaz & Ruth, organizing and painting at Habitat for Humanity, or help out all the other projects by helping watch kids who are too young to help at 2810: a community gathering place.

For a full list of projects and to register, click below:

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