United Methodist Church in Blackstone, Virginia

Living in God’s Amazing Grace!

"For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him."
John 3:17

Let's Make the World Better Together

We hope you find your time spent here a blessing. Our church is a warm and loving church with an emphasis on children and youth. Please browse through the various areas of our website and learn about our fellowship. If you are considering a new place of worship or a relocation to our area, we would love to have you be our guest.

“A people becoming like Jesus” Romans 8:29

Crenshaw United Methodist Church exterior of building

COVID-19 Update

Considering recent amendment to the executive order #72, wearing masks is no longer mandatory for those who are fully vaccinated. Starting May 16th, everyone who is fully vaccinated can worship and sing during indoor/outdoor worship services without wearing facemasks.

Our Beliefs

United Methodists profess the historic Christian faith in God, incarnate in Jesus Christ for our salvation and ever at work in human history in the Holy Spirit. Living in a covenant of grace under the Lordship of Jesus Christ, we participate in the first fruits of God's coming reign and pray in hope for its full realization on earth as in heaven.

Our History

We began as a society under the Methodist Protestant Church. The society included the counties of Amelia, Nottoway, and Dinwiddie and was established in 1827 on land a few miles from its present location. The members quickly outgrew the building and in 1845 the new building was dedicated. The building was then moved in 1872.

Prayer Request

Please contact us at the church office to notify us of any prayer requests. Our father in Heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Lord, let the light of Jesus Christ, Your Son, be visible in the way I respond to all I encounter. For it is my faith and attitude that can help or hinder leading one to Christ to be saved. In Jesus’ name, Amen!!

Experience God's Presence

Latest Sermon

Genesis Chapter 4 tells that Cain, the first child ever born on earth became a murderer and killed his younger brother Abel. This murder was out of jealousy and anger that Cain had toward Abel. God warned Cain about sin that was crouching at the door, but he wouldn’t listen and let the sin rule over him.

What was the result? God desires for us, as he desired for Cain, to rule over sin, and not let the sin rule over us. Pastor Nadeem continues the sermon series on the Book of Genesis and in his sermon this week he challenges to set aside jealousy, anger and hatred that we might have towards someone and reconcile. It’s another way that we can rule over sin.

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