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Welcome to Buck Mountain Church!




 "The Little Church with the Big Heart!"

Visit us!   
People say we're the friendliest church they've ever visited.  

Find out for yourself - join us for worship on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Buck Mountain reaches out to the local community and to the world in the name of Christ.  Founded in 1747, we're a thriving Christian community today, with disciples of all ages calling this their spiritual home. 

Watch the 2014 Stewardship Campaign video Why We Love Buck Mountain describing what calls people to this loving community. Click on image below.


The Buck Mountain Episcopal Church Food Pantry is open twice monthly with the following days and hours:

Every 2nd Wednesday of the month, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Every 4th Tuesday of the month, 2:00-4:00 p.m.

The Buck Mountain Episcopal Church Food Pantry was featured in a news article on NBC News 29 on May 13, 2014.
Please click on the link below to read the story:


Please call 434-973-2054 with any questions regarding the Food Pantry or if you would like to volunteer.


We are all set for a beautiful time and space together May 8-9 at Roslyn Retreat Center in Richmond, VA, as the Rev. Connie Clark leads us in contemplation, fellowship, and rest during the Buck Mountain Women's Retreat 2015. Our topic is Jesus After the Cross: The Post-Resurrection Appearances. Register now! Registration deadline is March 31. Scholarships are available so don't let financial concerns stop you from joining us. Registration forms are available from the church office or you can click on the link below. You will not be the same after experiencing the peace and sacred experience of time in nature and prayer with God and Christian community during this retreat. All are welcome.


Mission Statement:

Buck Mountain is a Spirit-led, inclusive community of faith, living out God’s unconditional love with each other, our community, and the world through worship, outreach, spiritual development, youth formation, and fellowship.