Portico Alumni

Portico Church has been blessed with a very large and faithful following of young adults and college students who have called Portico their home. We are grateful for the time we get with you, our college students and are excited about the church's ability to send you and a whole bunch of graduating students as missionaires literally accross the globe to use their new degree, training and experience and to share the Gospel with many others in your new sphere's of influence. We hope and pray that your time with us at Portico, whether it was one year or all four or more, has been spiritually beneficialy, inspiring, and that you would be prepared to continue your growth in Christ at a new Gospel-centered church in the new city you will call home.  That's the hope of creating a page for Portico College Student Alumni. We simply want to help you get connected to other Portico Network and Acts 29 Churches that can help disciple you be the next part of your walk in Christ.  So, stay connected with us, follow us on twitter and facebook.  Send us your information where you are moving to and we can help you find a great church to check out! We also love getting emails and letters from graduates who have relocated around the world...hearing the imapct Portico had on you during your college years is so encouraging for us! So don't be shy in reaching out, we'd love to hear about where God takes you!

First Tithe

Beginning back in May of 2014, Portico desired to give graduating or graduated students the opportunity to give back to Portico as a way to say thanks and as a way to pay it forward for another student to have the opportunities you might have had with Portico as a student. We recognize and celebrate the fact that many of our students do give while they are in Charlottesville, however, many desire to give more, however, being a college student means limited means to income.

To give to First Tithe is simple. You can either give HERE

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Mail a check to:
 P.O. Box 5365,
Charlottesville, VA 22905
(Put "First Tithe" in the memo line)