The former Richmond Outreach Center, reborn as Celebration Church and Outreach Ministry, is a smaller, less personality-driven congregation that is laser-focused on its mission. Read more


George Wythe helped Thomas Jefferson lead the fight for religious liberty. Read more


The Acts of Faith Festival returns for its 15th year with theater performances through March. Read more


Rabbi Patrick Beaulier’s Jewish congregation exists wherever members gather. Read more


Richmond-area residents, faith leaders and political figures attend a vigil in response to the weekend shootings at a Pittsburgh synagogue. Read more


Rodney Lofton strives to diversify Diversity Richmond and bring the organization into the 21st century. Read more


Forum speakers say restrictions upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court target Muslims. Read more


The ACLU of Virginia and the Islamic Center of Virginia plan an event to discuss the implications of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to uphold the Trump administration order. Read more


In a Spanish-language congregation, immigrants find spiritual guidance and the strength to rise above hardship. Read more

Sunday Story

Area Catholics look toward the next bishop’s arrival. Read more


A pastor who understands new beginnings takes the pulpit at Richmond’s oldest church. Read more

Sunday Story

A potluck dinner planned for tonight at a Chesterfield County church will bring together Christians, Muslims and Jews to celebrate Ramadan and show solidarity during a time of religious and political division. Read more


Makola M. Abdullah talks about spirituality, his Muslim upbringing and the path that led him to Virginia State University. Read more


The Islamic Center of Virginia is honored for its interfaith efforts and community service. Read more


After an invitation from the Vatican, next week the year-old Richmond Catholic Theatre will perform a play with special meaning at World Youth Day in Poland. Read more


Forgiveness is a progressive act; letting go is good for your health. Read more

Being a Mennonite on the Fourth of July is a bit like watching a concert from the simulcast room. You’re aware of what’s going on, but you’re not fully engaged in it; there’s a separation. Read more

Sunday Story

Chaplain a nurturing, healing presence at Henrico Doctors’ Hospital Read more


Food is a focal point for many religions’ rituals and holy days around the world —and you can find them throughout the Richmond area. You don’t even have to be practicing to enjoy a taste. Read more

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From Sourcebook 2016: As the number of unaffiliated Richmonders grows, the conversation about religion and belief broadens Read more

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