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Tuesday, 24 March 2009

Robert has served as Interim Pastor of this church since the spring of 2006.  He is a native of North Carolina where he received his high school and college education.  His was a theology student at Union Theological Seminary, Richmond Va., and Pittsburg Theological Seminary in Pittsburg, PA.  From 1966 to 1997 he served pastorates in Virginia and West Virginia.  He was called to professional Interim Ministry in 1997 and served congregations in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Virginia and Maryland. He and his wife Doris have three children.  Robert Jr. is a Presbyterian Pastor at Grove City OH, Donna is an educator, and Paul is a Neo-natal Respiratory Therapist in Children’s Hospital at the University Of Virginia Medical School. Bob and Doris live at 243 Henderson Court, Abingdon, VA 24210.  He often says that “the best history of this church may be in the future.” Such is the goodness of The Lord.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 11 June 2009 )
Welcome to Buffalo Mountain Presbyterian Church!
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Friday, 31 August 2007

Most of those who come to this web page have found their way here through the pages of the book, The Man Who Moved a Mountain, which tells the story of the life of a Presbyterian preacher, Bob Childress, a son of these mountains, who improbably worked his way through seminary, and wrought unimaginable changes in the life and culture of these mountain folk, through God and the rock churches he built in which to worship Him.  This church is the first of those he eventually constructed.

If you haven't read the book, you have some enjoyable evenings ahead of you. Regardless, we hold services 10:00 AM Sunday mornings, and have a fellowship meal after the service the first Sunday of each month.  We have visitors from all over the world, and encourage you to sign our guest book just inside the front door.  There's plenty of fine parking available, and room for motor homes or busses.The church is located at 2102 Childess RD Wills VA 24380.

Please, come, and join us in worship. 

Pastor Robert Tolar

Last Updated ( Friday, 12 June 2009 )
The Man Who Moved a Mountain
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Friday, 08 September 2006

Man Who Moved a Mountain by Richard C. Davids 

The story of how Bob Childress build a rock church here in the Blue Ridge Mountains, and changed a 1920's culture of violence and revenge into a Christian Community is engagingly told in this wonderful book.  Bob's son, Paul, with his wife Anna,  still worship today in this mountain church. If you're lucky enough to find him, Paul tells a firsthand story of what it was like growing up as a son of Bob Childress! Bob, and many original congregation members, rest beneath marble in the adjoining churchyard. The mountaineers who fought and died on Buffalo Mountain's Stomping Ground, now lie in it's early morning shadow.

The book can be previewed on the site and used copies are generally available at little cost.  It's a wonderful story of who we are, where we came from, and how we've changed.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 17 October 2007 )


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