West Hill Baptist Church


     Reverend L. Reginald Hurt Sr. is a native of Lunenburg County. He is one of ten children born to the late Deacon Lewis and Annie D. Hurt. He is a devoted husband to Reverend Eva B. Hurt, loving father of five children and grandfather to six beautiful grandchildren.


       Rev. Hurt is an educated and hard- working man of God. He received his education through the Lunenburg County Public School System and South Side Community College in Keysville, VA where he obtained his Electrician Certification. Later, he received his Master Virginia State Electrical License. He put his electrical education to good use in the Maintenance Department as the Electrical Supervisor at the Nottoway Correctional Center where he worked and now retired.

He received his Certificates in Religious Studies through the Evans and Smith Leadership Program held at the Bluestone Harmony Baptist Head Quarter Building. The Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology of the Virginia Union University and The Baptist General Convention sponsored these studies.


      Reverend Hurt has zealously taken on many positions while serving in his Christian journey. He was an Associate Minister of the Lone Oak Baptist Church of Keysville, Virginia, where Reverend Vincent Eanes serves as pastor. Reverend Hurt, along with his wife, functioned as pastor of Tussekiah Baptist Church located in Lunenburg Court House, Virginia.


     He served as a moderator of the Bluestone Harmony Baptist Association and president of the Bluestone Harmony Baptist Clergy Ministry. Also, he served as president of various ministries and civil organizations, such as the NAACP.

     Presently, he serves as the pastor of West Hill Baptist Church in Victoria, Virginia. He also serves, along with his wife, as Co-Pastors’ of the High Bridge Baptist Church in Rice, Virginia.


   Reverend Hurt says, that he is thankful to be a born again Christian and one of God’s servants. In addition he thanks God for having a loving family and church families.


Pastor L. Reginald Hurt

 Rev. L. Reginald Hurt and first lady Rev. Eva B. Hurt