Upcoming Sunday School

Union Meeting - 5th Sundays

 Sunday,  March 29, 2020 
Little Mine Road Baptist Church at 10:00 am
12600 Post Oak Road, Spotsylvania VA 22551
Schedule of Events 
for Various SSSU Churches


 To contact the General Voting Registrar's  Office call (540) 507-7380 or go to their  Southpoint office located at 4708          Southpoint Parkway, Fredericksburg, VA  
  • See the upcoming voting deadlines below

  • Check the Spotsylvania County Registrar's Facebook Page - Spotsylvania Votes - for updates and election information.  Our County will hold a Presidential Election on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.

  • WHAT WILL BE ON YOUR BALLOT?  Click the button below, enter your basic information and view what will be on your ballot.

To check your registration and confirm your polling place location, go to: https://vote.elections.virginia.gov or call the Spotsylvania Voter Registration Office.  
How Can Groups Conduct Voter Registration Drives?
Effective July 1, 2013 all individuals or organizations requesting twenty-five (25) or more voter registration applications from the Department of Elections (ELECT) or local voter registration offices must register and complete ELECT certified training. You may complete ELECT certified training in one of three ways:
  1. Instructor led, classroom training offered by ELECT. Contact Garry Ellis (garry.ellis@elections.virginia.gov) at the Virginia State Board of Elections for more information.
  2. Instructor led, classroom training at local voter registration offices. Contact the local voter registration office for more information.
  3. Online Access the online training (Apple mobile devices) by going to http://elections.virginia.gov/Files/VoterRegistration/VoterRegistrationDrives/ThirdPartyTraining/story.html Once you have completed the training, complete the voter registration application request and affidavit and send to Garry Ellis (see contact information above). Voter registration applications can be requested in person at the local general registrar’s office (see contact information below) or by calling ELECT at 1-800-552-9745. 
How Do I Register to Vote? The quickest way to register (or update your registration) is online through the Virginia Department of Elections website, https://vote.elections.virginia.gov.
For more information on voter registration, or to submit a paper registration application, please contact the
Spotsylvania Voter Registrar
Main: (540) 507-7380
Fax: (540) 582-2604
E-Mail: voter@spotsylvania.va.us
Mailing Address:
PO Box 133
Spotsylvania, VA 22553
Physical Address:
9106A Courthouse Road
Spotsylvania, VA 22553
Department Head: Kellie Acors
How Do I Vote Absentee?
You may register to vote and apply for an absentee ballot online through the Virginia Department of Elections website,
Reasons to Vote Absentee
  • Student (or spouse of a student) attending college or university outside of Spotsylvania
  • Work-related business outside of Spotsylvania on election day
  • Personal business or vacation outside of Spotsylvania on election day
  • Working and commuting 11 of the 13 hours the polls are open
  • First responder (e.g., law enforcement, fire fighter, etc.)
  • Disability or illnessCaretaker of a disabled/ill family member who is confined at home
  • Pregnancy
  • Confined, awaiting trial
  • Confined, convicted of a misdemeanor
  • Precinct Election Officer
  • Religious obligation or conflict
  • Active Duty Merchant Marine or Armed Forces (or a spouse/ dependent of someone on Active Duty)
  • Residing outside of the United States
  • Authorized representative of political party or candidate (and serving inside the polling place)
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOIWNG PRECINCT LOCATION CHANGE: 702/Brent's Mill (formerly voting at the Harrison Road Community Building) has moved next door into the Knights of Pythias building (330 Wallace Lane, 22408). Optical Scanner voting machines will be utilized in the upcoming election. 
  • ALL VOTERS MUST PRESENT A VALID PHOTO-ID AT THE POLLS.  Citizens may get on free from the Spotsylvania Registrar's Office.  Call them at           (540) 507-7380


Virginia Election Resources

Virginia Secretary of State, Division of Elections

Physical Address

State of Virginia
Board of Elections
Washington Building First Floor 
1100 Bank Street, 
Richmond, VA 23219 

Virginia Board of Elections website

Phone: (804) 864-8901/Toll Free: (800) 552-9745
Fax: (804) 371-0194 



of Voting Rights

Newly restored voters do have to take administrative actions in order to be able to vote in November. 


First, all returning citizens  should visit http://commonwealth.virginia.gov/ror and look up their status (right hand side of the screen). If you check your status and your rights have been restored, you may register to vote. 


If you check your status and it says your rights are not restored, but you believe they should have been or if your name was not found, you should call the Secretary of the Commonwealth's Restoration of Rights Department at 804-692-0104. 


Once you register to vote, you will need a photo ID in order to cast your ballot. A full list of acceptable photo IDs is available on the Department of Elections website at http://elections.virginia.gov. If you do not already have a photo ID, you can get one for free that can only be used for voting purposes at your local registrar's office (each locality has one).


After you register and confirm that you have a valid photo ID for voting, be sure to vote! Virginia has an election every year for different state and local offices and in even numbered years for national elections. 


We received a fact sheet with some helpful information for returning citizens that you can find at http://bit.ly/vaorgrorfacts. If you know anyone who is a returning citizen, please pass this information along to her or him. 


Bible.com says:


"Christians are good citizens. They recognize human government as an ordinance of divine appointment, and teach obedience to it as a sacred duty, within its legitimate sphere. They should do their part to assure good government. One way to do this is to vote!"







The General Sunday School Union Meetings
are on the 5th Sundays of the Month
at the Union Churches
Next General Union Meeting
October 31, 2021 -General Virtual Meeting
via the Zoom App or via telephone
Dial 301-715-8592
Meeting ID-505-488-0636

Time:  10:00 a.m.

Executive Board Meetings
Dates:   Jan 18, Feb 8; Mar 21; Apr 18; May 16; 
Jun 20; Jul 17; Aug 21; Sep 18; Oct 16, Nov 13, and Dec 11.  Executive Board meetings open to all SSSU members.
Location: John J Wright/SSSU Office (normally) or TBD
Time: 10 am in Room 116 (normally)
To see the event calendar detail, simply click on event on calendar date below.     
Also please see flyers for more detailed information.
2022 Projected Quarterly General Meetings
January 30.        Second New Hope
May 29.               Sylvannah
July 31.                Zion Hill
October 30.        Bethlehm
Programs Planned for 2022
Jan 17, 2022.    Dr. MLKing Breakfast
(Time & Place - to be announced)
Feb 19, 2022.   Black History Program
(Time & Place - to be announced)

OCT   2021

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If your church is in need of face masks or hand sanitizer, please contact Elder Mozett Petway at (540) 847-7637.

Piney Branch Baptist Church celebrates the 13th Anniversary  of their Pastor, Dwight B Micheal, Sr. on Sunday, November 14, 2021 during their noon Virtual Church Service on Zoom. 

Meeting ID:

892 3180 3140,

Passcode:  538070 or dial (301) 715-8592.

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This is an Election Year!


The election of the state Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General and State House Delegates for the 54th, 55th, 56th & 88th Districts are coming up for the November 2, 2021 election.


Early voting began on                September 17


Sunday voting            October 3; 12pm-5 pm


Deadline to register                   October 12


Deadline to request an               October 22

Ballot to be mailed


Two Saturdays for voting           October 23 & 30


Last day in-person                     October 30

Early voting


If more information is needed contact:

Elder Moe Petway - (540) 847-7637



The Spotsylvania Branch-NAACP will hold its annual Freedom Fundraiser on

Saturday, October 9th, at 6:00pm via Zoom.

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SSSU Ex Board Meets

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We'll be happy to post your church announcement to

our website.  Simply email your information to us by

the 15th of the month along with your flyer. Please

send your information in a Word or PDF format to


Thank you.


Please include:

  1. brief event description

  2. event date and time

  3. attendance fees and ticket information, if any

  4. full event address location, and

  5. point of contact for more information