Augusta Stone Presbyterian



On Christmas Eve a worship service with candle-lighting and communion will be held here at Augusta Stone at 7:30 p.m.  All are welcome to arrive earlier at 7:00 p.m. to hear our choir and other guest musicians present a Celebration of Christmas Music.  A  special offering will be received for SACRA.  SACRA is an ecumenical organization consisting of 79 churches and groups in Staunton and Augusta County.  It has been in existence since 1983.  SACRA exists to help with the rent, utility, medication and food needs of families who need assistance.

The 19th annual Blue Ridge Area Food Bank Concert,

"Christmas at Augusta Stone,"

was held Monday, December 7, here  at Augusta Stone Church.  A free will offering was received to benefit the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank.

$8,750.97 was collected which will provide over 35,000 meals to our needy brothers and sisters in central Virginia and in the Valley

Directors for this year's concert were Pat Hunt and Sandy Greene








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.