On our final Forum Class of the program year, on April 24, we will have Lynette Pina discuss her year as a DC YAV. For her biographical information click here. Here is a link to her blog: https://lynettepina.wordpress.com/
Please “Save the Date” for the Women’s Fellowship Luncheon Saturday, May 21. This year’s speaker will be Elisabeth Griffith, PhD., historian, educator, author and lecturer. Ms. Griffith is the former headmistress of the Madeira School in McLean, Virginia, and author of In Her Own Right: The Life of Elizabeth Cady
The Reformed Institute of Metropolitan Washington invites you to Living an Integrated Christian Life: A Picnic and Conversation for Young Adults April 30th, 2016, 11:30am-1:30pm, at, First Presbyterian Church of Arlington, 601 N Vermont St, Arlington, VA 22203 RSVP HERE The DC Metro area can be a challenging environment to be a young adult and
Contribute to our Easter flower fund in honor or memory of a loved one, or to celebrate a special event. Dedications will be listed in our Easter Sunday Bulletin. Please make a note on the pew envelopes that it is for Easter Flower Fund and include your dedication phrase. You may either place your
Wednesday, February 17 through Wednesday, March 23 7:30 pm in the Sanctuary Scripture, Silence, and Song For 30-40 minutes each Wednesday evening in Lent, all are invited to a time set apart to ponder and to wonder about God’s presence and Christ’s call in our lives. Why not set aside
Women’s retreat On Saturday, March 12, from 10:00am-4:00pm, all the women of PPC are warmly invited to retreat for the day to the Garrett Park Town Hall. The Rev. MaryAnn McKibben Dana, author of Sabbath in the Suburbs, will lead a day of rest and Christian reflection (reading MaryAnn’s book
Click here for more information Saturday, June 18-Saturday, June 25, 2016 Serve others by completing home improvement projects for local residents. We’ll be serving with the Housing Development Alliance (http://www.housingdevelopmentalliance.org/).
Reserve your Hexagon 2016 tickets now! Please join your PPC friends on Saturday, March 19, for an evening of good food and delicious political satire! Now in its 61st year, Hexagon’s musical comedy revue, “Red, White and Voter’s Blues”, promises to be filled with original humor, music, dance and more.
On Tuesday, February 9, 2016 from 5pm – 7:30pm, Potomac Presbyterian Church’s Fellowship Hall will be filled with the smell of hotcakes, the sounds of jazz music and the buzz of great conversation when we host a Pancake Dinner with LOTS of toppings! This event is a fundraiser in support
Gift Giving Tree This year at the Williamsburg Breakfast the Mission Committee will again have a Gift Giving Tree to spread the joy of Christmas to children and their families in the community. Our tree will be covered with cards, each with the name of a child and a suggested