Clover Hill is actively involved in being a presence in our public schools. There are many opportunities and projects to get involved in and some events coming up before the end of this school year. Contact the church office on how you can get connected.

Crenshaw Elementary Weekend Backpacks

This backpack is an effort to provide chronically hungry children with additional support by supplying a weekend’s worth of food each Friday. Each Friday, the child will go home with a backpack of non-perishable meals and snacks for the weekend. The backpacks are designed to provide the equivalent of the very meals that a child who relies on free or reduced price meals through the school lunch program is missing on the weekends. 
For more information, please contact Pastor Barry at

Spring Run Elementary Reading Buddy

Reading buddies provide an opportunity to help children improve their reading skills.  During school hours volunteers are paired with a child in kindergarten through fifth grade for a reading session.  Each session is thirty minutes long.  For more information, please contact Paige Tucker at 

Bailey Bridge Middle – After School Help

Clover Hill has partnered with Bailey Bridge Middle School to provide after school help for 7th graders on Thursdays from 2:45-4:15pm.  These students come from challenging home situations that contribute to their academic difficulties.  Our team works alongside the staff at the school to provide encouragement, support and help as needed during their after-school homework time. For more information, please contact Pastor Barry

Manchester High School – Varsity Football

Each Fall we get the opportunity to host the Manchester Varsity Football Team for their pregame meal here in our gathering hall. Almost one hundred players are here in our facility and we have the chance to feed them and share a short devotional/motivational message with the team. We have the blessing of having free reign to share the gospel of Jesus Christ in a school environment that’s usually hostile to its message.  For more information, please contact Pastor Derreck at

Youth Life Foundation of Richmond

Youth life Foundation of Richmond operates Learning Centers to develop leaders by making a long-term investment in children from at-risk communities. We offer neighborhood-based, structured mentoring programs to equip children with the tools they need to succeed. You can volunteer as a mentor, lead a 6-week elective, Intern, clean a center, help with special projects or plan an event. For more information, please email or call 804-228-1620.