Redeemer Anglican Church shares the common role of extending the redemption of Jesus to our neighbors and our city through our service and work. The Justice and Mercy Ministry exists to connect our congregation with organizations and causes that are working to meet present needs to help our city thrive.



The word arrabon means “a foretaste of what is to come”. We believe the Church should be a foretaste of a reconciled heaven to our divided world. Through education, training, leadership development, and culture-making worship formation, Arrabon works to change culture and promote reconciliation on an institutional and societal level. We are grateful for the work that David Bailey and Urban Doxology are doing!

Bridges International

Bridges International is a caring community committed to serve, promote social connections and engage in spiritual conversations with international students so that students become leaders internationally. Through encouraging and supportive relationship-building, Joshua connects international students on VCU’s campus with one another and with Jesus Christ.

Foster Care / Adoption

There are currently more than 440,000 children in foster care in the United States (more than 5500 in Virginia). More than 123,000 of these children are waiting for adoptive families. Children who age out of foster care without permanent families all too often live lives marked by homelessness, incarceration, lack of education, addiction, sex trafficking, and more. God’s heart for the orphan is abundantly clear in Scripture, as is His call on the Church to not only provide, but seek justice for them as well. There are many ways we can impact the lives of these children - mentoring and tutoring, supporting foster and adoptive families, and opening our homes, temporarily as foster parents or permanently as adoptive parents.

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Shalom Farms

Shalom Farms' mission is to work with communities to ensure access to healthy foods and also offers the support to lead healthy lives. We grow over 200,000 pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables using sustainable agriculture practices between our two farm sites. We share the produce we grow across the city with communities that have limited access to fresh, healthy options through partnerships and programs. Each year, we welcome over 5,000 volunteers and visitors to partner with us in our mission to grow food that is good for our bodies, our communities and our Earth.

The Virginia Home

The Virginia Home is a long-term nursing facility for adults, 18 and over, with irreversible physical disabilities and has been providing lifelong care to its residents since 1894. The mission at The Virginia Home is to provide quality nursing and therapeutic care while giving residents independence and an overall positive quality of life. Through the help of donors and numerous volunteers, these residents are able to engage with the RVA community and lead full and active lives in spite of physical limitations.

Youth Life Foundation of Richmond

The Youth Life Foundation of Richmond operates Learning Centers to develop leaders by making long-term investments in children from at-risk communities. By supporting students academically, developing their character from a young age, raising expectations, and investing in their lives through committed mentoring relationships, these youth will rise above their circumstances to become tomorrow’s leaders. Youth Life Foundation’s vision is to nurture the child, strengthen the family, and rebuild the community through after-school and summer programs that promote academic success, character and spiritual development, physical and emotional security, and family and community connection.