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Traditional in Service,
Progressive in Outreach
5804 Tabor Street, Crozet, VA 22932
434-823-4255
office.tabor@gmail.com
​Past Events:

​​Ash Wednesday Service with Holy Communion
February 10, 2016
Please join us for our Ash Wednesday service with Holy Communion on February 10, 2016 at 6 PM. All guests are welcome to join us.
Lectionary Texts for Ash Wednesday- Joel 2: 1-2 or Isaiah 58: 1-12; Psalm 51: 1-17; 2 Corinthians 5: 20b - 6: 10; Matthew 6: 1-6, 16-21

Shrove Tuesday Supper
February 9, 2016
We are having a Mardi Gras themed Supper on Tuesday, February 9, 2016 at 6 PM in the Pickford-Chiles Fellowship Hall.
The church is providing red beans, rice, and gumbo. Members please bring a friend or two and a side dish to share. We welcome any and all guests to join us for supper. If you wish to bring a dish, please do, if not, please still join us!
UPDATE: After the dinner, we are pleased to have a talented local singer/songwriter, Matthew McAllister, perform for us in the sanctuary. We will take up a love offering to show our appreciation, and Matthew will sell his CDs.  
Check out his Facebook page and listen to a few recordings.  
 https://m.facebook.com/.matthewmcallistermusic/
We are in for a big treat!




Tabor News and Information
For questions or more information on events please contact the office at                    434-823-4255 or by emailing us. 
The Gift that keeps on Giving!
Online Giving now available using our secure service Tithe.ly!
Dear Friends,

As you all know, our church services and other in-person activities have been suspended for an unknown length of time. This is a severe blow to our community’s fellowship and also to our congregation’s finances. In any given month it costs at least $10,000 (sometimes more) to fund Tabor’s expenses. While we are not worshiping together our usual offering opportunity doesn’t occur, although the ongoing expenses of keeping our church open continue.

There are several ways to make sure that Tabor is supported. First, you can mail your pledge or offering to the church at 5804 Tabor St, Crozet, VA 22932. Or, you can make online payments through your bank. I pay all of my bills this way and just completed setting up an ongoing monthly deposit to the church. Lastly,we have set up online giving using the secure service Tithe.ly.

It is critical that we continue to assure the financial health if our church in this difficult time. Please do everything you can to make it happen.

Thank you,
Cindy Bowers, Chair, Finance Committee
If you missed a Sunday service or would simple like to view one again, the links are posted here for you.  Additionally, since worship moved to Zoom, we will post copies of the sermons when available!
Links to previous worship service videos:
If you’re interested in joining our group, we meet every Tuesday from 1:00 to 2:15 by zoom, starting next Tuesday. Let us know!
Presbyterian Women will meet again Thursday, February 11 at 10:30 a.m. for zoom. We have one more (large print) curriculum available if anyone wants to join us for this monthly Bible Study.
IMPORTANT REMINDER!
Important Covid-19 Vaccine Information for People 75+!

The Blue Ridge Health District is now collecting information through a survey on its website for persons 75 and older to indicate interest in the COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccinations of this group (and others in Phase 1b) should start very soon here in Charlottesville/surrounding counties. 

If you are 75 or older and have a firm interest in receiving the vaccine, please go to this website to register your information. Do not fill the survey more than once; completing the survey does not guarantee availability.

(This information is provided by the Blue Ridge Health District; Tabor Presbyterian is sharing as a service to members.)

Rituals and routines are important for our spiritual lives, and Fred Rogers, aka Mr. Rogers understood that well. Joanne Rogers, his widow and wife of over 50 years, died last week. She was 92. If you like, see if you can memorize this prayer Mr. Rogers and his family would recite at dinner every night.
Come, Lord Jesus, be thou our guest,
  Our morning joy, our evening rest.
  And with thy daily bread impart,
  Thy love and peace to every heart.