The Lexington Parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Southwest Virginia

Growing in the Knowledge of God's Word

Building the Fellowship of the Church

Caring for One Another and the Community

Welcome to R. E. Lee Memorial Church

Sunday Worship Schedule

  Holy Eucharist

8 am and 10:30 am

 Taize' Eucharist
5 pm second Sunday of each month

We welcome you to R. E. Lee Memorial Church! We exclude no one as we seek
the love of God and service to Christ in all persons, strive for justice and peace

among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being.

Thank you for visiting our website and we hope to see you in person soon!

Parish News

Morning Prayer

Morning Prayer is offered at 8:30, Monday through Friday.

Men’s Prayer Breakfast

The men of our parish meet for breakfast and prayer at 7 am each Tuesday.

Wonderful Wednesdays continues through May 27, 3:30-4:30
Godly Play for ages 3 through 1st grade and St. Francis Choir for those in 2nd grade and up.

“The Agile Church” The conversation continues

Join us on Wednesdays at 7 p.m.in the Parish Hall to continue the conversation on the missional church and how we can share God’s love in our community.

May 31, Sunday School Celebration and Picnic!
The Sunday School year will close with teacher recognition and a picnic following the 10:30 service. Everyone is invited! Hot dogs, hamburgers, chips, ice cream, and drinks will be provided.

R E Lee Church is hosting 33 bicycle riders overnight on Sunday, May 31
The riders are part of Bike and Build. They are riding from Virginia Beach
to Cannon Beach, Oregon this summer, stopping in cities to help build
affordable housing. We are providing them dinner, Sunday night at 6 and breakfast,
Monday morning at 8
. Please come out and meet these incredable young men and women. They will host a short bicycle safety clinic and short ride for children Sunday at 5:30.

VBS@RELee The Abundant Life Garden Project
June 29- July 3, 9-noon. ages 4 and up

R.E. Lee Church and Good Shepherd Lutheran are partnering this year to offer a joint Vacation Bible School.  Our Abundant Life Garden Project will engage children with Bible stories, crafts, music and activities focused on water, seeds, soil, and harvest. During our time together we will be celebrating our call to care for the earth and each other as members of the God’s world-wide family. Helping us with some of hands-on projects will be staff from Boxerwood Nature Center. Special activities include mini-action trips to a local community garden, the Farmer’s Market, and Woods Creek. We’ll conclude our week with an evening family picnic, at Boxerwood.

Registration forms are in the parish office or or in the column to your left.

Save the Date!

July 5 10:30 Eucharist at Lake Robertson





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