Augusta Stone Presbyterian


The annual Spaghetti Dinner fund raiser is scheduled for Saturday, March 28, 2015, at the church.  Since this is a fund raiser we want to keep the "out of pocket" expenses at a minimum so that all money raised will go toward our programs.  That means we need donations of the following items, as well as CASH DONATIONS to cover the additional items that need to be purchased such as ground beef, peppers and onions for the sauce, salad fixings, and bread:

THIN spaghetti, Plain Tomato sauce, Plain Diced Tomatoes, Money for other expenses

Please mark monetary contributions "spaghetti dinner" and place in the offering plate or send to Shirley Cobb at the church.  We need these items and donations to the church by Monday, March 23, 2015.

We will also need cakes with icing.  The cakes will need to be at the church by Saturday,March 28, 2015, at 10:00 a.m.

More information will be available as the time draws nearer.

The Presbyterian Women Cookie Day will be Saturday, March 14 -- The PW will be packing homemade cookies at 9:00 a.m. for our college students and military personnel.  You can help by baking cookies, providing boxes and packing material, and making contributions for plastic containers and mailing costs.  






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.