Founded in 1881, Rivermont Evangelical Presbyterian Church is a member of the Mid-Atlantic Presbytery of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, a group of churches whose beliefs are summarized in the Westminister Confession of Faith and Catechisms.
Rivermont Preschool was founded as an evangelical ministry of Rivermont Evangelical Presbyterian Church to provide a Christ-centered ministry of love and caring to families and young children in our own church family and our community. We offer a program of age-appropriate, developmental activities to nurture the child’s spiritual, social, academic, and physical development in an atmosphere of Christian love, caring, and acceptance.
Campus Outreach is a ministry that serves college students on campuses throughout the United States and world. As a franchise church, we are grateful to be in relationship with this excellent ministry to students. Campus Outreach Lynchburg serves on five area campuses: Virginia Tech, Radford University, Liberty University, Lynchburg College and Randolph College.
Trail Life USA is a Christian outdoor adventure, character and leadership program for boys and young men. Operating from Troops that are chartered through churches in 48 states, the K-12 program centers on outdoor experiences that build a young man’s skills and allow him to grow on a personal level and as a role model and leader for his peers. Troop VA-2424 meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday evening at 6:30pm at New Covenant Schools.
Community Bible Study is an interdenominational Bible study offering a wide range of courses with over 700 classes throughout the United States. CBS welcomes people from all backgrounds and levels of Bible knowledge, and are known as an "every person's Bible study." The CBS study meeting at Rivermont is for women only and takes place on Thursdays from 9:30 - 11:30am. There is also a children's ministry from nursery to 12th grade.
No Walls Ministry helps churches, like REPC, work together cross-culturally and cross-denominationally to build a better community that is rooted in and transformed by the gospel of Jesus Christ. Some of the ways No Walls is working to build a better community are through spiritual formation, racial reconciliation, jobs training, home improvement, appliance donation, and community health.
The Blue Ridge Insititute for Theological Education is furthering the health of churches, like REPC, by cultivating biblically, historically, theologically-rooted churchmen and women who will take what they have learned in classroom, in internship, and in mentoring, and inculcate those same priorities in the life of their own local congregations.