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Harper Park Middle School

701 Potomac Station Drive

Leesburg, VA 20176

Youth Ministry: PHY LG Cancelled (Wed. - 6/25)

Posted June 23, 2014 by: Rev. Jeff Lee |0 Comments

Large Group this Wednesday will be cancelled due to a Congregational Meeting on Wednesday Night at 7:00PM. As announced, there will be an informational meeting of the congregation Wednesday, June 25th at 7pm to discuss a recently conclu... Keep Reading

Moving Ministry: Moss Family (6/28)

Posted June 20, 2014 by: Rev. Jeff Lee |0 Comments

Church Family, As you heard last Sunday, Joe and Katy Moss are moving and need our help. Please take a few hours next Saturday morning to come and load their truck for the short trip to their storage unit where we will unload it. We&rs... Keep Reading

Sunday: June 22, 2014

Posted June 18, 2014 by: Rev. Jeff Lee |0 Comments

How would you prepare if you thought the end of the world was at hand? What would you do? Would you stockpile weapons? Stockpile food and water? Cash out your 401K? Build a bunker underground? Purchase a tank? Move to an uninhabited are... Keep Reading

Sunday: June 15, 2014

Posted June 11, 2014 by: Dr. David Silvernail |0 Comments

Wow, hard to believe it's almost halfway through June. Where has the time gone? As I get older, it seems that the time goes by faster. And I think there's some truth to that. I was telling someone today that it seems like we were just a... Keep Reading

Sunday: June 8, 2014

Posted June 5, 2014 by: Rev. Dave Dorst, Associate Pastor |0 Comments

This Sunday's text will see Jesus turn His full attention to the problems with the scribes and Pharisees. They've been badgering Him with manipulative questions for several chapters, and He's been perplexing and silencing them with His ... Keep Reading

Youth: 2014 PHY Summer Schedule

Posted June 5, 2014 by: Rev. Jeff Lee |0 Comments

Parents & Students,  Our 2014 Potomac Hills Youth summer schedule will be going home with your students this Sunday.   Please mark your calendars with these dates for events, small groups, and large groups.  The Stud... Keep Reading

Officer Ordination and Installation

Posted June 2, 2014 by: Rev. Dave Dorst, Associate Pastor |0 Comments

Having passed their oral and written exams, given their testimonies, and been voted into office by the congregation, James Murphy and Josh Weitz will become our newest Officers in June. Their ordination and installation service will be on June 1st. Please attend to support them, and find time to give them encouragement in their new roles (James as Ruling Elder and Josh as Deacon).... Keep Reading

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Congratulations to our 2014 Grads

Posted May 29, 2014 by: Rev. Dave Dorst, Associate Pastor |0 Comments

Congratulations to our High School and College Graduates! We have High School graduates who will be heading off to Radford, Grove City, George Mason, Virginia Tech, William & Mary, NOVA, and the Navy. We have College students graduating from Grove City, Randolph, Patrick Henry, and James Madison.... Keep Reading

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Sunday: June 1, 2014

Posted May 29, 2014 by: Dr. David Silvernail |0 Comments

We have another special Sunday coming up this week. We have the privilege of ordaining James Murphy to the office of Ruling Elder and Josh Weitz to the office of Deacon. They've been nominated and elected by you and been through (surviv... Keep Reading

Sunday: May 25, 2014

Posted May 23, 2014 by: Rev. Dave Dorst, Associate Pastor |0 Comments

There are a few types of people I'm uncomfortable around -- one is the skeptic, that guy who's always giving you a reason, a rationale, or a hypothetical situation showing why what you said / think / believe is obviously wrong (and subtly calling you an idiot in the process). The other person who makes me uncomfortable is the know-it-all, the legalist, that guy who asks a question, not to find out the answer, but to demonstrate how much he knows (certainly more than you). I often fail to think of the right thing to say until well after the encounter is over. Thankfully, Jesus is far more perceptive and gracious than I am. In our passage this week, Matthew 22:23-40, Jesus encounters both sorts of men (possibly at a church picnic like we're having this Sunday) and Jesus answers them both in such a way that He's authoritative without being mean-spirited. I think we have a lot to learn from these encounters (well, at least I do). I'm looking forward to being together again and learning from Jesus. And I hope you are too. See you Sunday, Dr. Dave... Keep Reading

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