• 9/21 Commission on Preparation for Ministry 9:30 a.m.
  • 9/21 Nominations 10:30 via Zoom
  • 9/21 RDT 9:00 a.m.via Zoom
  • 9/21 Peacemaking 10:30 a.m.via Zoom
  • 9/29 Nominations 10:30 a.m. via Zoom
  • 10/02 Hunger 10:00 a.m. via Zoom 
  • 10/05 Commission on Ministry 4:00 at TBD
  • 10/7 Congregational Vitality Team 1:00 via ZOOM
  • 10/19 127th Stated Meeting of PEVA

"We build bridges across divides

to deepen connection to Christ

and one another to serve the world." 

Next Stated Meeting 

The next stated meeting of the Presbytery of Eastern Virginia will be on Tuesday, October 19, 2021 begining at 10:00 a.m.
It will be held a First Presbyterian Church, 330 36th Street, Virginia Beach, VA.


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PEVA Office

Given recent CDC guidelines, the PEVA office will be gradually reopening. Please call 757-397-7063 before you visit or to make an appointment. We continue to be concerned for those who are not vaccinated or immunocompromised and we encourage everyone to take appropriate precautions.

Flyer-Prayer Walk (002) croppedBorderRight 269x269The Presbytery of Eastern Virginia’s (PEVA) Racial Dialogue Team presents a Prayer Walk for Racial Justice and Healing, at Fort Monroe in Hampton, VA September 18, 2021 -Featuring contemplative prayers, opportunities for reflection, a mile walk at the historical Fort Monroe, and a speaker from the Contraband Historical Society.
Event Details:
We plan to start at the Bandstand for a welcome, prayer, and music, then proceed to the 1619 historical marker, pass through the East Gate to gather near the Chapel of the Centurion, go through the Main Gate, and stop by the historical markers outside of the gate before dispersing.

The walk is about a mile in length. Prepare for the weather, water will be provided. Register at http://www.pcusa-peva.org/form18173.htm 

This is a free, family-friendly event.

Fort Monroe is a National Monument with a rich history. Fort Monroe was the site of both the first arrival of enslaved Africans to English North America, and a source of freedom during the Union occupation of the Civil War, when it became known as “Freedom’s Fort”. Today we acknowledge, celebrate, and honor the history of the place with a desire for racial justice and healing in our communities.



Heavy rain caused catastrophic flooding and flash flooding across Tennessee beginning August 21. At least 17 fatalities have been confirmed.  The Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA) is responding to this disaster and is processing an initial assistance grant to meet emergency needs. PDA  will continue support through the long-term recovery phase. To support this response, please designate gifts to DR000191



The Presbyterian Disaster Assistance (PDA)  is working on a relief effort for Goma in the Democratic Republic of the Congo after the recent eruption of the Nirangona Volcano that has caused the displacement of more than 400,000 people. Presbyterian Disaster Assistance is currently processing a $10,000 solidarity grant in response to the eruption of Mount Nyiragongo and subsequent earthquakes. They are working with the Congo Mission Network and Presbyterian World Mission to discuss the best ways to support the global partner’s response.Contributions should be made directly to the PDA online or by check using the account: Democratic Republic of Congo DR000088Click here to donate or for more information.

Read the Presbyterian News Service Article here.


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We are called to actively engage in the world around us, so our faith comes alive and we wake up to new possibilities.  We are invited to act boldly and compassionately to serve people who are hungry, oppressed, imprisoned or poor.  Join in with our brothers and sisters and we can help our denomination (PCUSA) be a more relevant, unified presence in the world.  CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE.  Exciting news First PC Hampton, First United PC, King's Grant PC, Saint  Andrew PC, Suffolk PC and New Horizons PC are Matthew 25 churches within PEVA. 

PEVA's Congregational Vitality, Hunger & Peacemking Teams encourages PEVA churches to become a  Matthew 25 Church.   If our presbytery has 20% or more of our congregations become Matthew 25 churches and embrace these areas of focus we are a creififed Matthew 25 Presbytery.  Let's be the church  together as we are called to do.


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