Sunday mornings at Poolesville Presbyterian:

8:30am - 9:15am .. Tone chimes practice
9:15am - 10:15am .. Sunday School for All Ages
10:30am - 11:30am .. Worship
11:30am - 12:00noon .. Fellowship Time
12:00noon - 1:00pm .. Stone Soup Bible Study

Nursery and child-care provided.

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Welcome! Church is a place to find comfort, wrestle with the big questions, to make a difference, to encounter the presence of God.

Poolesville Presbyterian Church is in the business of making disciples of Jesus Christ. Discipleship is a lifelong process so we welcome children, youth, adults, and the elderly alike. On Sundays we worship together and hold Sunday School.

Throughout the week we gather for various reasons: to serve food at the soup kitchen, to rehearse choir, to care for those in need, offering free computer help.

PPC is a small church with a lot going on. We treasure the human touch and we also embrace technology. Our newest venture epitomizes the connection of these two things, a cybercafe called the Connection Cafe: a ministry of hospitality connecting people to the Internet, to each other, and to God. We hope you'll stop by some Wednesday.

Our historic facilities are not large or impressive, but we do a lot with what we have. We believe that above all else, we are called to be Jesus' hands and feet in a broken world.

We are always growing in faith, both as individuals and as a community. Won't you join us?

May God's peace rest upon you. Shalom!

Why I Belong ...

A Community of Believers by Lisa Roberts

1983 was a year of life-changing events for me: Our first child was born in May, I quit my 60-plus hour a week job to be a stay-at-home mom, and my husband Bill & I moved to our new, partially-finished log home in Poolesville (built by Bill). My parents had moved from a too large home in Rockville to a smaller ranch-style home in Poolesville earlier that year and started attending church for the first time since moving to Maryland in 1967. They chose to attend Poolesville Presbyterian Church because they had immediately felt accepted and welcomed by the small congregation. I too, felt it was time to return to church, so in January of ... (read the remainder)

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Special Announcements

Mark your calendar to attend this fun and worthy event! Saturday, January 17 at 5:00pm things start off with a light buffet and silent auction. At 6:00pm the live auction commences. Bring friends, bring family, bring whomever!! Contact Ross Koeser with any questions.

On Monday, December 22nd at 10:00am the ladies of CWU will be gathering at the Frederick Public Library to wrap the Christmas cookies and presents. There is a parking garage next to the library; if you would like to carpool with Ann Niblock, please let her know. All those attending are encouraged to bring scotch tape and scissors.

On Wednesday, December 24th at 10:00am all females from PPC (ages 16 and up) are invited to join Ann Niblock and the inspiring ladies of CWU for their Christmas party at the Detention Center. If you are interested in attending, please see Ann for important details. Not sure if this is for you? Feel free to ask fellow Pool Pres Christmas party attendees about their experience: Katie Hanna, Katie McFall, Lauren Gross, Carly Stoliker, and of course, Ann Niblock and Carolyn McFall.

Our annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Service will take place in our Sanctuary at 7:00pm on Christmas Eve. All are welcome. Bring a friend of two!

The PPC Children's Choir will resume weekly rehearsals following the worship service. Elementary-aged children are invited to practice each week during fellowship time in order to prepare music for worship services. Please contact Monica Harwood (HarwoodMonica@gmail.com) for more information.

There will be no Sunday School on December 28th.

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“ Christ be with me, Christ within me,
Christ behind me, Christ before me,
Christ beside me, Christ to win me,
Christ to comfort and restore me. ”

- St. Patrick's Breastplate