What's New

masks encouraged in worship

We are again meeting in-person for worship and we continue to broadcast each Sunday on Facebook and YouTube beginning at 11:00 a.m. (Eastern).  Prince George's County is once again encouraging the voluntary wearing of masks in public gatherings held indoors due to an increase in COVID-19 cases. Therefore, we encourage all those attending worship in-person to wear masks as a voluntary act to protect one another’s health.

summer sermon series
redeemed to rebuild: sermons from haggai and zechariah


July 10 - How's it Going? - Haggai 1:3-6

July 17 - Better Days - Zechariah 1:12-17

July 24- Inside and Out - Zechariah 2:1-5

July 31- Spotless - Zechariah 3:1-10

August 7- New Beginnings - Zechariah 4:1-10

August 14 - Clear Direction - Zechariah 7:8-9

August 21 - A Beautiful Life - Zechariah 8:1-8

August 28 - Restored Peace - Zechariah 8:9-13

September 4 - A Shining Light - Zechariah 8:20-23

bible study: in-person and online

The recent mass shootings in Buffalo, New York and Uvalde, Texas, have all the indications of evil. Are there evil powers at work in unseen ways in our world?  Are there hidden powers for good as well? Both online Bible studies and the in-person Bible study will begin a new 7-week series of lessons Wednesday, June 8 and Thursday, June 9 that try to answer these questions. All Bible studies will examine Unmasking the Powers by Walter Wink. The book and Bible study will look at the unseen forces that affect human existence for good and/or evil. All adults are invited to the Wednesday studies. Young adults are invited to the Thursday study. If you want to join, email Pastor John and he will include you. If you already attend any of the Bible studies, you will automatically receive the links and materials.

sexual orientation and gender identity study

Pastor John has completed a two-session study on sexual orientation and gender identity. An online edition of this presentation is available on our YouTube channel.

to renovate or not to renovate

The Committee on the Church Future will receive the final copies of the Feasibility Study and current appraisal of church property by end of July. Once those materials have been received and reviewed, an all-congregational meeting will be scheduled to make decisions concerning the provision of a building for future generations of our church.