A Management Board, representing groups and churches from the community, oversees the center. The Board operates under the oversight of the Verona United Methodist Church to ensure that all activities reflect a 1) love of God and neighbor; 2) hospitality to strangers; 3) community cooperation that benefits all.
What's a 
​"No-Pay" Café?

Every community needs a place to call its own

How can my group get involved?
This is a generous community. It is also a community experiencing new stresses as industrial parks are developed, the county government complex expands, and more and more homes are built on the surrounding hills. We need a place where young and old, and rich and poor can come and do their part to make sure Verona remains a caring community.

A Photo Tour of Verona

Verona. A community that cares.

A community center for Verona has been a dream for decades. Thanks to efforts spearheaded by Verona UMC and supported by thousands of dollars in donations by individuals, churches, businesses and civic groups, we have turned the dream into a reality. The center is a place for every part of the Verona community to work together in service. A “no-pay” internet café welcomes guests and a large auditiorium named "John Gray Hall" provides plenty of space for large gatherings, including a new faith community called Aisle 7 Fellowship. Other rooms are dedicated to youth, children, and small group meetings. If your church or group would like to become a partner in the center, please call 540-248-0207 or email veronacommunitycenterva@gmail.com

About The Verona Community Center

Our No-Pay Internet Café features coffee and teas and pastries at no charge (donations, of course, will be accepted)!  The café has tables and comfortable seating to encourage folks to come in, relax, and enjoy the company and the free  internet service.

Whether you are part of a religious organization, fraternal or civic organization, scouting group, community choir, or any other group that serves the community, we invite you to talk with us about how you can both support the community center and make use of its facilities.
Who is
in charge?​