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Welcome To Our Church

We're glad you're here!


Services

Regular Sunday Services

7:00 AM: Godly Play (Facebook)

8:00 AM: Holy Eucharist, Rite I (Historic Chapel)

10:00 AM: Holy Eucharist, Rite II  (New Chapel/Facebook/YouTube)

10:00 AM Children's Chapel (New Chapel)

Livestream on Facebook and YouTube

Virtual & In-Person

 

Pop-Up Prayers via Facebook Live

Tuesdays 12:00 PM: Noonday Prayer

Wednesdays 6:00 PM: Compline

Thursdays 8:00 AM: Morning Prayer

Fridays 4:00 PM: Evening Prayer

Inclement Weather Plan:  In case of extreme weather or other emergencies, notices will be posted here.

Location

8300 Richmond Road

Toano, VA 23168

Map & Directions

Ph. 757-566-0276

welcome@hickoryneck.org

About Us

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

Contacts

We'd 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've taken some time to get to know us through our website, I hope you'll 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:  Rebecca Zoellner


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:  Andrea Sheffield


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:  Denise Pearsall


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

Buildings & Grounds

Hickory Neck is blessed to have three lovely buildings located on a 12 acre campus.   We are fortunate to have many  parishioners who willingly give of their time to keep the grounds beautiful and our buildings safe and in good condition. 

Contact:  Curtis Johnson



Outreach

Outreach is responsible for seeing needs within our community and then building the bridges that provide the means for our Parishioners to actively engage with those communities and each other to help resolve those needs.  We support numerous local charities, participate in and organize activities, as well as contribute time, talent, and treasure from funds raised through donations and festivals.

Contact:  Marina Libro


The Kensington School preschool and child development center


Toano campus at Hickory Neck Episcopal Church

About The Kensington School

 

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(757) 645-2047

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Upcoming Events

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Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministers are lay congregation members trained to provide one-to-one care to those who are hurting or experiencing a difficult time in life, such as grief, divorce, job loss, chronic or terminal illness, or relocation. A Stephen Minister typically has one care receiver at a time and meets with that person once a week for about an hour. Care receivers are individuals in the congregation or community who are going through a crisis or life difficulty. The confidential, caring relationship lasts for as long as the need persists.  Click HERE for more information.

Godly Play

Sunday mornings

Each week, Ms. Denise and Ms. Terri bring a story and song to you through the HNC Facebook page, under the video section: 

https://www.facebook.com/Hickory.Neck/videos/?ref=page_internal

Vacation Bible School

Summer is around the corner …. and so is Vacation Bible School.

The dates have been set for three Friday evenings in July, to be held at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, on July 8, 15 and 22 from 5:45PM-8:00PM. Families can sign up for one, two, or three nights. Each evening will begin with dinner followed by a Bible story, games, crafts and music. This year’s theme is "On the Case," a Sherlock Holmes style investigation of the hidden meaning in Jesus’ parables.

Whether you are interested in volunteering or registering your children, use the registration form found at https://forms.office.com//r/R1Zgqus6bN or contact Valerie Smith (valerie@martinburg.org) if you have questions. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis.