Why a Study Center in Richmond?
“For all the faithful, demonstrated Christianity there is in Richmond, there is little that supports that work theologically. The Richmond Center for Christian Study fills that gap by providing thoughtful teaching and discussion of both the great truths of the Christian faith and the challenges presented by the issues current in our society.
In addition, the Center is a unifying agent in the culture of Richmond, bringing together Christian and non-Christian, Church, parachurch and university, simple folk and more rigorous academics by the breadth of its programs. Few organizations can do this well, but the Richmond Center for Christian Study is positioned to provide a place where honest answers to honest questions can be found.”
~ Dr. Drew Trotter
Executive Director, Consortium of Christian Study Centers
Board of Directors: Dr. Mark Becton, Rev. Jeff Butler, Rev. Don Coleman, Rev. Chris Daniel, Dr. Terrill Wade
Partner Churches: Aletheia Richmond, All Saints Reformed Presbyterian Church, Beaverdam Baptist Church, Centralia Presbyterian Church, Commonwealth Chapel, Grace Bible Church, Grace Community Baptist Church, Grove Avenue Baptist Church, KingsWay Community Church, Old Powhatan Baptist Church, Redemption Hill, St. Giles Presbyterian Church, St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, Staples Mill Road Baptist Church, Stony Point Church, Sycamore Presbyterian Church, Village Church, West End Presbyterian Church (Hopewell)
The Richmond Center for Christian Study is not established as a ministry on the University of Richmond campus, nor is there a formal relationship between the Richmond Center for Christian Study and the University of Richmond.
- 04/05/13 National Affiliation Group Highlights Richmond Study Center and The Hobbit
- 11/20/12 “Is Everything Sad Going to Come Untrue?”: Eschatology in the Lord of the Rings (by Dr. Michael J. Kruger, Nov 9 speaker and President of Reformed Theological Seminary - Charlotte)
- 10/15/12 New Way to Register for Community Events
- 09/21/12 4th Place in Amazing Raise 2012!!
- 05/31/12 Race and the Church in Richmond (submitted by Scott Nesbit, April 20 speaker and Associate Director of the Digital Scholarship Lab at the University of Richmond)