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The fall session is Sunday afternoons at the Farm. Class is followed by a free, catered meal and fellowship.

November (TBD)

Reboot Combat Recovery

Sunday afternoons

James McLeod


Fall session classes at the Farm Sunday evenings. Free, catered meal served before class.

November (TBD)

Dynamic Marriage

Sunday afternoons

Bethshan McLeod


Designed for first responder communities. A weekly trauma healing and coping class followed by a catered meal & fellowship.

November (TBD)

Reboot First Responders

Sunday afternoons

Steve Lambert

VA State Trooper, 30 yrs


This pre-trauma course will teach you how to build resilience, weather the storms of life, and bounce back. Class includes a free, catered meal and fellowship.

November (TBD)

Resilience God Style 

Sunday afternoons 

Krista Goecker


Expert presenters discuss the latest in healthy lifestyle techniques. Class includes a free, catered meal and fellowship.

November (TBD)

Providence WELLNESS

Sunday afternoons 

Bethshan McLeod


Control your finances so they don't control you. In this class, you'll learn proven strategies for financial success. Class includes a meal & fellowship.

November (TBD)

Financial Peace U.

Sunday afternoons

Bonnie Picking



U.S. Army Reserve Family Day

Saturday, Sept 22

Our 2nd annual Army Reserve Family Day was a success. Members of the U.S. Army 639th Transportation Company and their family members enjoyed the sunny Saturday and the beautiful natural setting of the farm.


Some took part in fishing, horse and buggy rides, skeet shooting, or relaxing in hammocks while the kids enjoyed a bouncy house, arts and crafts, pony rides, and of course, the farm animals.


Thank you to our volunteers who painted one of our crisis housing cabins and thanks to everyone for a fun day. 

Blue Ridge Rock Festival

Sat-Sun, Sept 7-8

Providence Veterans Community was selected as this year's focus charity for the 2nd Annual Concert. A large farm outside Lynchburg, VA, was inundated for three days with 25,000 concertgoers who came to see more than a dozen rock bands.


We erected a large tent at the entrance and used the event to launch our CATCH 22 campaign to raise money and awareness to combat the epidemic of veteran suicide.


Volunteers from Liberty University ROTC units helped hand out flyers for the campaign and James McLeod was allowed onstage to address the massive crowd and tell them about our mission and CATCH 22.


We had some great raffle prizes which also helped raise money. It was a success and we hope to be involved again next year.




Saturday, Oct 27

Our 2nd race was loads of fun and a big success. The farm hosted dozens of participants on a sunny, crisp, autumn Saturday in October. Our 5K course included new obstacles, improved trails, and more mud. We even had a course for the kids. The race received rave reviews, and we can't wait for next year's event.