We will meet in person on Sunday at 9:30am for Sunday School (no nursery) and 10:30am Worship Service (nursery and children's church).

This Sunday's Worship Materials can be found in the "Featured Sermon" below. The service continues to be livestreamed on our YouTube channel.

Our re-opening stages and COVID-19 precautions can be found at: https://www.potomachills.org/covid-19-safety

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Heart Prep for Sunday, August 1st

Well, we have the special privilege this week of hearing from my good friend Porter Harlow. I'm only sorry that I won't be with you to hear him bring God's Word to us today (don't feel bad for me, I'm off hiding from you on vacation). Porter is a graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington, the Founding Pastor of Christ Presbyterian Church in Burke, VA, and the ...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, July 25th

Freedom is a popular concept in this country. Since the colonies declared their independence in 1776, it has been woven into the very fabric of our society. Who hasn't heard the statement, "It's a free country!" Shoppers love to buy one and get one free. Economists believe in free trade. Capitalists love free enterprise. President Roosevelt spoke of four freedoms in a famo...

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Pastoral Letter for July 16, 2021

PastoralLetterfrom Timo Sazo, July 16, 2021 Greetings, brothers and sisters! I hope you all are well and enjoying the summer season. I joined the church staff as a pastoral intern in March. In case you don't know, the purpose of an internship in our denomination is to give pastoral candidates an opportunity to observe, participate in, and reflect on a church's min...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, July 18th

Well, after that scintillating presentation on General Assembly last Sunday, we're back to our regular schedule. We'll be looking at Revelation 19:11-21 during Sunday School and then during the worship service, we'll be continuing our summer sermon series on the One Another commands of the New Testament. This week, we're looking at 1 Corinthians 12:21-26, with special att...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, July 11th

Well, since so many of you have asked about the PCA's 48th General Assembly in St. Louis, I think it would be wise if I addressed it soon. So I'm going to cover all the excitement this Sunday during Sunday School. I'll give you the scoop on GA, the BCO, the RAO, the SJC, the OC, the AC, what's an overture?, and maybe even some RONR for good measure (Presbyterians sure love...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, July 4th

I'm writing this a week in advance because, by the time you read it, I'll be at the PCA's 48th General Assembly in St. Louis.This year promises lots of controversy in the form of several overtures (a motion, or a request for action, coming from one of our 88 presbyteries) about sexuality and race and I have theburdenprivilege of serving on the Overtures Committee!So.Much.F...

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Pastoral Letter for June 11th, 2021

PastoralLetterfor a Faithful Church June 11, 2021 Dear friends, Last week I sent you a schedule of how we're going to further reopen the church, noting that we were going to do it incrementally over several months.We've received a number of comments and concerns over this plan.We've had people who think we should continue social distancing and mask requirements; ot...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, June 13th

This week, we are starting a new sermon series on the One Another commands of the New Testament. I can't think of a more needed, and more timely, set of Biblical commands for us in this day and age. As I shared in my commencement address at RTS, DC last month, the past year has worn us all out with unending controversy. There have been constant debates over the treatment ...

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Pastoral Letter for June 4, 2021

Pastoral Letter for a Faithful Church June 4, 2021 Dear friends, Well, last month I wrote and promised to let you know when we would be able to make some adjustments to our Sunday schedule. Finally! This is that letter. We have spent some time figuring out how best to "finish" reopening and we're going to do it incrementally as we move through the summer. Al...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, May 30th

It seems like we just started going through the Book of Joshua and now we're coming to the end of the book. Frank will preach on Joshua 23 next week, and I'll preach on Joshua 24 this week (yes, we switched. It's okay, I promise). So, this week we'll be looking at "The Promise of Worship," what it has to do with the covenant, why we need to be regularly reminded of it, w...

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