As we renovate our second building now, the motel, there are mission opportunities for groups and individuals to make a difference in their community.
We moved our thrift store early in March 2017 and completed the banquet room in April 2017 . Our restaurant opened in December 2017. As we tackle buildings 2 and 3, we expect mission opportunities to abound for years to come.
Pray: for God's vision to be fulfilled, for teams to be safe, for discernment of how God is calling you to use your gifts and talents for His kingdom.
Work: to make this God vision a reality; both skilled and unskilled labor is needed; extra help needed right now during renovations and when we more the thrift store; great opportunities for individuals and teams
Give: every dollar can move this project further towards completion; you may mail tax-deductible donations directly to JCC, P O Box 190, Jetersville, VA 23083 or donate online at jccenter.org There are opportunities to memorialize or honor loved ones and to become a JCC Partner.
To Get Involved Contact:
JCC Director and Restaurant Manager Betsey Davis 804-307-0369
Thrift Store Managers Linda Picardi or Betty Morris
The Amelia Thrift Store is staffed by all volunteers and there is something that everyone can do. Our community is generous with gifts and donations, but it takes an active body of workers to sort and organize the gifts. We need cashiers, assistants, organizers, strong bodies and willing spirits. We welcome groups and individuals. We can give young people community service hours. Now in its 12th year of operation, the store expanded in 2020 by adding a Furniture Barn. Come and check it out!
The store is open Thursday and Friday from 11 am to 7:30 pm and Saturday 10 am to 4 pm.
Contact Center Director Betsey Davis 804-307-0369
Journey Station is staffed by mostly volunteers. We need people to clean, wash dishes, assist our cook, serve our customers and host. We have a great time dishing out hospitality to our community as we serve meals with a mission.
Visit journeystation.org to learn more.
The restaurant is open
Thursdays and Fridays for lunch 11 am to 2 pm and
dinner 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Contact Betsey Davis, email@example.com
In- Person Worship Every Sunday at 10 am
Journey United Methodist Church is a progressive church with open hearts, open minds and open doors.
Everyone is welcome.
Enter through restaurant door and turn right into banquet room
Weekly worship is recorded and posted on YouTube.com
Search for Journey UMC Worship followed by the date.
Lasagna Dinner and Silent Auction Friday January 18, 2019 at Journey Station Restaurant from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm.
Boston Butt Sale (along with ribs and wings!) to benefit medical missions to Honduras with Friends of Barnabas. To pre-order for pickup by 1:00 pm Sat Feb 2, 2019 at Journey Community Center.
TEXT 804-306-8853 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
During 2017-18 the Alzheimer’s Association’s Memory Cafe provided a gathering place for friends with Alzheimer’s and other dementias, to relax and enjoy socialization,refreshments, and discussions. During the concurrent support group meeting, caregivers had have an opportunity to meet for mutual support and to exchange coping skills with others and help maintain caregiver’s health and well-being, and enhancetheir ability to care for the person with dementia.
Our first event scheduled for the Banquet Room was "Earth Day: Learning is Fun Extravaganza" hosted by a student group of Longwood University and sponsored by Journey UMC. was April 22, 2017. This free event was open to students of Amelia and Nottoway Counties in grades 3-5 on a first-come, first-served basis. Pre-registration is encouraged. Register here.
Community Egg Hunt was held on Sunday April 9, 2017 rain or shine. Hundreds turned out for the 3:00 to 5:00 pm event for hunts by ages, bouncy house, crafts, food and stations of the cross. Sponsored by Journey UMC.
The Grand Re-Opening of Amelia Thrift Store was held in March 2017. Two hundred hotdogs were grilled and given away, along with cold drinks and cotton candy. The community celebrated the success of working together for a purpose.