Augusta Stone Presbyterian




Coming up on Saturday, April 30, is our first Valley Mission brunch for the year.

We will be needing breakfast type foods; casseroles, biscuits, fruits, juice and milk.

We will also need servers.  Food can be left in the church kitchen Friday or by 9:00 AM Saturday, April 30.

Rides will be available from the church shortly after 9:00 AM; or if you are helping at the mission, 

you could meet us there by 9:30.



POTATO BAR -- Sunday, May 15.  We will again be hosting our Baja Potato Bar, quilt raffle, and

Baja Tree as a benefit for the Maja, Mexico mission team.  Mark your calendars and 

plan to attend a good filling lunch, good fellowship, and help us fill the Baja $$$ jar!









Founded in 1740, Augusta Stone is the oldest Presbyterian house of worship in continuous use in Virginia.  Located seven miles north of Staunton in Augusta County, in the town of Fort Defiance, the heart of the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. We offer a friendly place to worship, youth programming, a vibrant choral and handbell program; mission opportunities, and a rich cultural heritage. 
We always welcome visitors to come visit our church and hope you enjoy Augusta Stone as much as we do. If you have further inquiries about our church, please go to our Contact page via the menu on the top of the page.