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Welcome Pastor Royes and Family

Written by Metro Blogger.

Pastor Alex Royes will be installed as the executive pastor at Metropolitan during the 11 o'clock serivce on Saturday, April 9.  Pastor Royes comes to us from the Westminister Good Samaritan Seventh-day Adventist Church in Orange County, CA.  Read his bio here.  We look forward to getting to know him and his family and to his ministry with us.

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We Want Your Poems!

Written by Metro Blogger.

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April is National Poetry Month.  We know several of our members love to put pen to paper and create verses, so we're hosting a poetry project.  Send us your poems and we'll share them with the church family.  They can be religious or secular in nature (but clean language only, of course).  They can have multiple verses or be a witty haiku.  It can be something you wrote yesterday, or something you wrote several years ago.  Whatever it is - we want to read it.

Send your submissions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  We'll start to post them around the middle of the month.

Let's Hear From Our Women!

Written by Danielle LaTouche.


Metro women - Women's Ministries wants to hear from you!

Please take a few minutes to complete this survey to let us know what programming you'd like us to host over the next two years.

Please also update your contact information so you don't miss any of our messages. 

By the way, if you don't get text alerts from the church, text the word metro to 70000 to sign up!

La Cour Royale

Written by Lovina Thompson.

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La Cour Royale is a scholarship program for high school seniors planning on obtaining a college education. The program's focus is on spiritual development, character building, social development, academic excellence, and service to community.  It provides a unique opportunity for high school seniors to raise funds for college, while participating in a variety of meaningful activities intended to prepare them for the life ahead. The program ends with a grand Cotillion-Beautillion Ball.