7950 Grassy Hill Road Boones Mill, Va 24065
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Sunday School - 9:15
Worship -10:30

Nursery Provided Handicap Accessible

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Congregational Life

What’s going on?


At our church congregational life is not just one person, but many people working together as a team to develop meaningful ways for us to connect and develop a deep sense of community. We are blessed to have so many people with special gifts and abilities to share that enrich the fabric of church life. We might be a little country church on a hill in Boones Mill, but that does not keep us from being a thriving fellowship!




Our Worship Service is a joyful experience with Special Music, Children’s Moment, Scripture Reading, Prayer, and Message. We also celebrate Communion every week.







Children, Youth and Family Activities


We here at BMCC realize children are not just the future of the church but they are the present as well. We want to foster their faith development and journey with them as they grow in their relationship with God. Each month we have activities to build a sense of community.


Covered Dish Meals


Each month our Congregational Life Committee organizes some kind of special event for us to share a meal together. Fellowship and relationship building is at the core of who we are.








District 4 Disciples Men’s Group


Quarterly men’s gatherings are held in partner DOC churches in Franklin County. Men gather for fellowship, dinner and programming.




Monthly Church Prayer & Fellowship Breakfast


We meet monthly for breakfast in various restaurants.



Craig Springs Camp and Conference Center


Our youth and adults participate in the camping and outdoor ministry of the Virginia Region at Craig Springs Christian Camp. Craig Springs is located in far western Virginia in Craig County. It is a beautiful place in the mountains where one can escape the world and experience God's presence in a new and powerful way. There are camps for all different ages as well as Nature Camp for inner city youth and Special Camp for those with special needs. There are also many volunteer opportunities either as staff for a specific camp or doing work on site.



Groups using our facility

Boones Mill Garden Club

"The Purpose of this club shall be to foster the development of gardens; to stimulate interest in artistic design of plant material and the culture and study of flowers; to encourage civic planting and conservation of natural resources; and to aid, where possible in the protection of native trees, shrubs, wildflowers and birds."

The Boones Mill Garden Club was founded by Winifred Garst in 1972 and became part of the Virginia Federation of Garden Clubs in 1973. Current club projects include funding scholarships for students to attend nature camp at the Phoebe Needles Center, maintaining the club's memorial garden in Boones Mill, decorating the town sign and Christmas tree, annual participation in the Apple Festival, holding an annual plant sale at the Rocky Mount Farmers Market, planting flower beds for the Perinatal Center in Rocky Mount, and planting annuals in the planters at the Franklin County Library in Rocky Mount. Meetings are normally held on the fourth Tuesday at 7:00pm at Boones Mill Christian Church unless noted otherwise. For more information, contact club president, Dixie Shearer, at 483-5015.


Frontier Girls

Frontier Girls was founded on January 19, 2007. There mission is to raise women of honor to be the mothers and leaders of the future through life skills, leadership, character building, teamwork and service to others.

Frontier Girls celebrates the American spirit that makes us great. Our country was built upon a strong faith in God, strong family values, and the acceptance of those who are different than ourselves. We are a people of loyalty, of faith, of innovation. We pride ourselves on our resourcefulness and our freedoms. These are the traits our country was built on, but they are slowly being eroded away in a culture of instant gratification and irresponsibility. The Frontier Girl program focuses on good moral character, patriotism, community service, and a love of learning.