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Fondly referred to as The Creek, we are a church family of believers striving to live our mission – to love all souls; to look for the unsaved and and lead them to Christian salvation; to live with one another in Christian fellowship, harmony and community; to labor with one another in knowledge unto Christian maturity; and to live in the presence of God. The Creek is also a teaching church and the God given lessons learned are in every aspect of what we do. We invite you to come prepared to celebrate God as God leads you.

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Children's Black History Trip
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Dr. Wates

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Dr. Tawnya Pettiford-Wates

Matthias Williams


Richmond’s Acts of Faith Theatre Festival serves as a forum for the artistic and the spiritual to combine by compelling theatre companies all around the city to rehearse and perform theatrical pieces that examine ideas of religion. This year, Spring Creek Member Dr. Tawnya Pettiford-Wates directs Lorraine Hansberry’s “A Raisin in the Sun” as Virginia Repertory Theatre’s submission to the festival. This internationally acclaimed play examines the Younger family, an African American family living in poverty in 1950’s Chicago, as they deal with many issues that still resonate with Americans today from housing discrimination to dilemmas of faith. Virginia Rep’s choice to perform Hansberry’s piece also serves as a reminder of the significance and importance of Black History Month. The play features a talented cast of actors including Tony award winning actress Trezana Beverly as Lena Younger, and Spring Creek’s own Matthias Williams who will play the role of Travis, the youngest member of the Younger family, on select dates. “A Raisin in the Sun” runs through March 11 at Virginia Rep’s November Theatre; visit virginiarep.org for more information on specific dates, times, and ticket prices.



Stacy Adams

Stacy Adams


Our Daily Bread Ministries is a Christian company whose mission is “[To make] the life-changing wisdom of the Bible understandable and accessible to all.” The company creates and sells books, music, and gifts in support of this mission. Spring Creek’s own Stacy Adams was chosen to be a contributor to a special edition of Our Daily Bread’s popular devotional series. “This Far by Faith: Legacies of the Black Church” is a collection of devotionals that, like most other Daily Bread devotionals, guides readers to celebrate and honor God for all he has done. This particular edition features reflections as they relate to the Black church specifically and how the intersection of Blackness and Christianity has created its own legacy. Our Daily Bread will accept a minimum donation of $1 for this particular publication, and up to 75 copies can be ordered at a time. Visit https://store.ourdailybread.org/sl938.html to order “This Far by Faith” and other Our Daily Bread offerings.

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