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  • Worship service at Hickory Neck Episcopal Church, Toano, VA
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  • A warm welcome from the greeters at Hickory Neck Episcopal Church, Toano, VA
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  • Historic Hickory Neck Episcopal Church, Toano, VA

Welcome To Our Church

We're glad you're here!


Services

Christmas Service Schedule:

Dec 24:

8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite I,

Advent IV

9:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite II,

Advent IV


4:00 p.m. Creche Service and Holy Eucharist (Family),

Christmas Eve - New Chapel

8:00 p.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite II, Christmas Eve - New Chapel

11:00 p.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite II,

(with Hymns at 10:30 p.m.)

Christmas Eve - Historic Chapel


Dec 25:

10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite II, Christmas Day - Historic Chapel


Sunday Services

8:00  Holy Eucharist, Rite I (Said)

9:00  Holy Eucharist, Rite II (Family)

10:15  Education & Fellowship

11:15  Holy Eucharist, Rite II

            (Traditional)


Morning Prayer

8:15 a.m.  Mon - Fri 

(Historic Chapel)


Inclement Weather Plan​:  In case of extreme weather or other emergencies, cancellation notices will be posted on this page.

Location

8300 Richmond Road

Toano, VA 23168

Map & Directions

Ph. 757-566-0276

welcome@hickoryneck.org

About Us

We are a church that is dedicated to serving others and serving God. This is the core of our vision and our mission.

Contacts

We would love to hear from you. Feel free to give us a shout and connect with us.

Message From Our Rector

"Finding a church home is challenging.  You want a place where you can be yourself, where you can bring your doubts, questions, and concerns, where you can be inspired and uplifted, and where you can find a greater purpose.  Hickory Neck Episcopal Church does that and so much more.  After you have taken some time to get to know us through our website, I hope you will come and meet us in person.  You are welcome here!"

The Reverend Jennifer Andrews-Weckerly


Our Ministries

Working toward a better world!



Worship

The worship at Hickory Neck is joyous!  Whether in the quiet of the candlelit Christmas Eve midnight Mass or the moving celebration of the Great Vigil of Easter, these ministries ensure our parishioners are well-fed through our Sunday worship services.

Contact:  Hope Brans


Pastoral Care

Hickory Neck is known for its warmth and caring, and these traits are evident through our Pastoral Care ministries.  These activities promote a sense of family within our parish.

Contact:  Alyson Ross


Christian Formation

Our formation ministries focus on the education of all generations on the Bible, faith and ethics, spirituality, and Christianity in the modern world.

Contact:  Alan Zoellner


Parish Life

At Hickory Neck we really enjoy each other's company, and find many ways to gather outside of Sunday worship.  The Parish Life committee is very active throughout the year with a wide range of support minstries that are vital to the health and happiness of our community.

Contact:  Terri Lensenmayer



Outreach

Helping those in need in our local community has become a vital part of the work of Hickory Neck parishioners.  A large number of members are involved in some form of outreach.  We support more than a dozen local charities in one way or another.

Contact:  Pete Haines


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Upcoming Events

Come and get involved!


"Blue Christmas Service"

Hickory Neck will be offering a service called our "Blue Christmas Service."  The service will be held in the Historic Chapel at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 21, a significant date as it is the winter solstice - the day with the least amount of light in the year.


The "Blue Christmas Service" is meant to recognize the myriad ways that Christmas can be a difficult time - for those grieving, those struggling with seasonal blues, those feeling lonely, or those who just generally feel down during a time when society tells us we should be feeling full of cheer.


All are welcome to this contemplative, quiet service, and we encourage you to invite a friend or neighbor.  You might be surprised by how many people need this kind of service during this season.


Contact:  Rev. Charlie Bauer