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Metro is Protesting - We Will Stand for All!

Written by Trevor Kinlock.

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We are coming together to let our voices be heard!  100 black men and boys will join me and members of other churches in a protest march on Washington, D.C. today.  The deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile at the hands of those sworn to protect us cannot, must not, go unnoticed by our church community.

Join us this evening - Saturday, July 9, at 6:30 p.m. at the Lincoln Memorial.  In solidarity, we will march to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, announcing that not another day will go by without our voices being heard regarding the senseless killings of our fathers, sons, daughters, brothers and sisters at the hands of law enforcement.

We're requesting that everyone wear RED symbolizing the innocent blood flowing in the streets.  We Will Stand for All!  Men, women and children are welcome to join us as we speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves.

The Lincoln Memorial is located at 2 Lincoln Memorial Cir NW, Washington, DC.  The closest intersection is Independence Ave SW and Daniel Chester French Ave SW.  The nearest Metro stations are Foggy Bottom and Smithsonian.

The Call - Metro Lifted Worship Music Auditions

Written by Metro Blogger.

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Do you have a heart for worship? Can you sing? Do you have the desire to reach souls through music and melodies? Would you like to join the Metro Lifted Worship Ministry and contribute to the flow of worship at our church? If so, we welcome you to audition for the ministry. ALL current and interested singers, please join us on FRIDAY, AUGUST 12th from 7:00 pm -9:30 pm in the Church Sanctuary for Ministry Auditions. Click here for more information and to sign up!

Family Game Night - July 16

Written by Metro Blogger.

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Attention Metro Family! The social committee has planned an evening of fun and games is planned for you on Saturday July 9 @ 8:30 p.m. at Metro’s fellowship hall. Bring your board games – Monopoly, Scrabble, Taboo, dominoes and more. This event climaxes with an electrical, energizing activity to take to the road. 

Where Is God?

Written by Novella Smith.

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JULY 9 UPDATE:  We are posptoning today's discussion with Neitha Harris so that we can allow our church members to participate in the North American Division's protest march this afternoon in downtown DC.  We will continue our series on July 16.  Visit us during the week for updates.  If you are interested in participating in the march, meet at the Lincoln Memorial at 6:30PM.  The program will start with singing, and then the protesters will march to the MLK memorial.  Attendees are asked to wear red.

Where is God when bad things happen?  Does He care when you are diagnosed with cancer?  How about when you lose your job?  Your home?  Your family and friends give up on you?  How do you know that He still loves you?  Teens4G invites you to a series of programs where guests will share their personal stories of getting through very difficult situations without giving up on God.

The series started with Michael Drakes talking about how he deal with the sudden death of his teenage sister Candice.

On July 9, Neitha Harris will share her survival story:  on a road trip with some friends, she ended up trapped under an 18-wheeler.  Many people doubted that she would ever walk again.  How did she get through the dark periods of her recovery?