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Fall Revival 2018

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Hello Metro!  Summer is winding down and that means it's time for our fall revival!  As we've done in years past, we'll meet on Friday evenings at 7:15 p.m., and Saturdays during both services (9:15 a.m. and 11:45 a.m.).  All services will be held in the sanctuary.

On October 5 and 6, the revivalist will be Pastor Laurent Grosvenor.  On October 12 and 13, we'll have a husband/wife duo - Pastors Andrea and Kurt King, from California.  Metro members may remember Pastor Andrea King as one of the speakers during our first Women's History Month celebrations a few years ago.  To close things out, we'll have another familiar face - Pastor Noah Washington, former senior pastor at Bladensburg Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Please plan to bring a friend to enjoy these powerful preachers as they encourage us to Take the City!

Beyond the Walls - September 29

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Metro, we're going beyond the walls on Saturday, September 29, and we need your help!  Use our registration form to indicate the area(s) you'd like to volunteer.  We are also collecting toiletries and bottled water - please see Ja'Mon Johnson to donate, or if you have questions.  Monetary donations are always welcome!  As usual, we'll have an abbreviated church service beginning at 11:45 a.m., then we'll all head out into the community together.

We're Honoring Servant Leaders!

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At Metro, we pray, love and serve.  On September 15, we're taking some time to honor a few members of our community who have committed their lives to service.  During our 11:45 a.m. service on September 15, we will the work that:

  • Jerry Woods and Producer Spencer White do every morning on the WGTS 91.9 morning show
  • Paul Montiero - current chief of staff at Howard University, who has committed his life to public service, including time with the Obama administration
  • Mayor Candace Hollingsworth - we met her at our inaugural "Know Fear" program shortly after she'd decided to run for mayor of Hyattsville against a long-time incombent (she won!) and
  • Principal Denise Dunn - former principal of Ridgecrest Elementary, Metro's "adopted" school.

It's said that you should give people their flowers before they die.  We invite you to join us as we celebrate the achievements and service these five servant leaders give to our community every day.