New Light Metropolitan Church Christmas Basket Raffle Has Started Tickets are $1.00 a piece or 6 for $5.00. Tickets will be drawn on December 15th. All tickets will be placed in one container and drawn for each basket in order 1-5. This raffle fundraiser to help raise money for "A Resting Place". If you would like to buy tickets they are available at the church. If you would like to help sell tickets you can pick up tickets to sell … [Read more...] about Christmas Basket Raffle Has Started
Organist/Pianist: Williamsport Church--play for two traditional Sunday morning services, one mid week rehearsal and occasional special events. Seeking a person with experience and the ability to play a pipe organ who will fit into a team approach to ministry. Send resume by November 18 to: Search Committee, St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, 10813 Donelson Drive, Williamsport, MD 21795 … [Read more...] about Wanted: Church Organist/Pianist
San Mar is currently seeking donations of new and gently used children's coats for Bester Community of Hope and Treatment Foster Care. Donations can be brought to 356 Mill Street or we are happy to pick them up as well. Call 240-513-6370 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. … [Read more...] about Seeking Donations of New and Gently Used Children’s Coats
Trinity Reformed United Church of Christ in Boonsbor0, MD is searching for an organist to play for 10:00 am Sunday worship service and for special services. Contact:Dlthomas123@aol.com or call (301) 432-2247 and leave a message! … [Read more...] about Wanted: Church Organist
Can your church or group serve a meal at Potomac Towers once per month? HARC and Hagerstown Housing Authority worked together to get a rotation of congregations or groups to prepare and serve a meal just once per month to 25-30 vulnerable adults. By January 2019 nearly all the time slots were filled! This ministry has been a blessing, not only for the much needed food, but also for the weekly companionship for residents. There were two … [Read more...] about Can You Help with Meals at Potomac Towers?
One month into the new school year, the Micah's Backpack program is serving 1,067 children with food for the weekends! Last school year ended with a record 1,057 children, and it took all year to get there; this year we've surpassed that in only 4 weeks. With 50 dedicated sponsoring churches and organizations serving a record number of children, we are truly blessed. However, there are hungry children already on waiting lists, with more need … [Read more...] about Help needed with Micah’s Backpack
St. James Brethren Church has 51 choir robes and a pulpit they hope can be used by another church. Anyone interested can contact Carrie Flook at the church. Carrie Flook, Office Administrator St. James Brethren Church 17718 Lappans Rd. St. James, MD 21733 Ph: 301.582.3333 www.sjbchurch.com … [Read more...] about Pulpit and Choir Robes available
Is your congregation looking for funds to carry out an environmental education program or small in-the-ground project? Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake can help! Up to $5,000 grants are available through the Chesapeake Bay Trust Community Engagement Mini Grant. First information webinar on Monday, November 18th at 7 PM. Click HERE to register. For ideas or more information contact Bonnie Sorak at email@example.com or call … [Read more...] about Need Some Green to “Go Green”?
Friday, October 11 at 1:00 pm 55 E. Baltimore Street, Hagerstown The Thomas Kennedy Memorial Park will be dedicated to the ideals of religious freedom and tolerance. The memorial celebrates Hagerstown-Washington County's state legislator Thomas Kennedy's tireless efforts of advancing religious liberty and inclusiveness in 19th Century Maryland. In attendance will be Governor Larry Hogan; US Senator Benjamin Cardin; Maryland Senator … [Read more...] about Save the date! Dedication of Thomas Kennedy Memorial Park
From August 1 – September 12, 2019, a total of 66 businesses, houses of worship, clubs, and organizations collected children’s books throughout Washington County, Maryland for the 8th Annual Community Book Drive. This is the highest number of collection sites in the history of the book drive, and resulted in a record year of more than 17,000 books collected. Volunteers from Weiss Brothers and HCC, community volunteer Raymond Holton, and … [Read more...] about 17,000 books collected in Community Book Drive