Welcome to Legacy Church! We are a nondenominational Christian church that exists to build Christ's legacy for future generations. We believe that Jesus Christ is the only true Savior and ultimate King. Our congregation is diverse in age, background, race, & education. Anyone and everyone is invited to attend our Sunday morning gatherings as we worship and celebrate God through song, scripture, and prayer. It is an honor that you would choose to spend an hour of your weekend with us!
We are meeting at the Techni-pak building in Ruckersville! There is ample parking in front of the building and we have parking team members posted to direct vehicles and help keep people safe.
Come early and enjoy a free cup of coffee in our lobby. Hang out with others and meet some new friends. Served fresh about 30 minutes prior to the start of our Sunday service.
We are more concerned with people’s hearts than what they are wearing. Come just as you are! Legacy Church is for everyone. Bonus points for Epic Beards.
Our services include singing and Bible teaching. Our music is an act of worship to God; feel free to sit or stand. This is followed by a 30 to 45 minute message.
If you have children (birth to 5th Grade), they can participate in our engaging and safe, gospel-centered Pioneer Kids children's environments during our service.
We strive to equip students well for life after high school, especially in the areas of their faith life. To do so, we have a well rounded approach to Sunday mornings - one which addresses many different areas of growth.
Visit our information desk in the main lobby
Free bible & Prayer journal
find out more about legacy church
Q&A session with our elders and staff. Starts after our service on the last Sunday of each month.
Our lead pastor, Adam Schwenk, was raised in West Virginia before God sent him to Virginia in 2005. Adam received his pastoral training at Liberty University and Regent University and served in numerous countries on mission trips. Before being called to plant Legacy Church, Adam worked at McLean Bible Church in Northern Virginia as well as The Point in Charlottesville.