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More than 425 members from Potomac Conference’s Sligo church and students from Washington Adventist University (WAU), Sligo Adventist School, and John Nevins Andrews School, all in Takoma Park, Md., participated in the annual Walk for the Homeless.
For three days in October, Potomac Conference’s Deaf Evangelistic Adventist Fellowship (DEAF) congregation of Silver Spring, Md., hosted its ninth annual Deaf Eastern Autumn Revival (DEAR) Camp Meeting.
Award of Excellence is the highest award that the North American Division (NAD) Office of Education can bestow on an educator.
Emulating a master pianist’s bold imagination on the cusp of his adult life, 18-year-old Matt Daley marshaled the components of his formative years when he performed the first classical music concert at Potomac Conference’s Sligo church in Takoma Park, Md.
The Adventurers club of Potomac Conference’s Elkton (Va.) church recently participated in two community outreach programs.
Potomac Conference’s Sligo church in Takoma Park, Md., recently pulled out all the stops to greet nearly 100 radio listeners at the congregation’s first WGTS Radio Day.
Two years ago several individuals from the Potomac Conference’s Community Praise Center (CPC) in Alexandria, Va., set out to raise up a Bible-believing, worship-centered, and discipling Seventh-day Adventist Church in Bowie, Md. Recently the church had an official opening Sabbath celebration.
Members of the Richmond Evangelistic Center in Virginia recently had a grand opening celebration in honor of their new church facility.
Hundreds of Hispanic youth and young adults gathered recently for the Potomac Conference’s First Hispanic Youth Rally.
Potomac Conference Hispanic Ministries recently launched Caravan of Hope, a four-day intensive evangelistic outreach in the Washington, D.C., metro area.