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

The service will be livestreamed on our YouTube channel and also recorded and posted in the "Featured Sermon" below on Sunday afternoon.

See this link for COVID-19 precautions: https://www.potomachills.org/covid-19-safety

Archives for October 2019

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Heart Prep for Sunday, October 27th

This week we'll see how Jesus answers those who question what He's doing. Our passage for this week, Mark 3:20-35, begins with Jesus' family showing up and wanting to take Him home so He'll stop embarrassing everyone with all of this sensationalistic, miraculous, healing stuff that He was doing And right in the middle of this family mess, another group shows up and questi...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, October 20th

I hope you were blessed by last Sunday's celebration of our 25th Anniversary. Many thanks to Cici Palm and Dave Dorst for all their hard work (BTW, the link to the slide show is now posted on Realm and in our Facebook group). I was greatly appreciative that Ligon Duncan made time in his super busy schedule to be with us. And every time I think back to Mark Phoebe Rist's r...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, October 13th

Well, we've finally made it. This Sunday we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Potomac Hills. What an amazing milestone. We have an exciting day lined up. In the morning, one of the leading Reformed thinkers in the world today, Dr. Ligon Duncan, Chancellor of Reformed Theological Seminary, will be with us. He will speak to a combined Teen / Adult Sunday School class at 9:30...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, October 6th

In preaching, some of the best advice is to keep the main point of the passage as the main point of the sermon. This is great advice because there so such a depth to the Scriptures. There are books galore that go into meticulous and interesting detail about each verse, or even word, of the text. It’s easy to miss the forest for the trees when preparing for a sermon. And ...

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