18800 New Hampshire Ave. [Mail: P.O. Box 519] Ashton, Maryland 20861
Phone: (301) 924-3044 | Fax: (301) 774-7223 | email us
Join us for prayer, testimonies, and study time each Wednesday evening from 7:30-8:30 in Wills Chapel.
No friendship grows without an investment of time, including our friendship with God. Prayer meeting represents the time we give Him during the week in an informal worship setting. It's where we come to offer praise and worship to God, and to receive spiritual strength from Him to take us through the week.
And it wouldn't be a prayer meeting without time when each person can do just that -- pray, whether silently or audibly. Members and guests can share blessings received, prayer requests, and answers to prayer. Come join us. You will not regret being a part of the weekly "pause that refreshes."
PRAYER MOVES MOUNTAINS
Prayer is the answer to every problem in life. It puts us in tune with divine wisdom which knows how to adjust everything perfectly. So often we do not pray in certain situations, because from our standpoint the outlook is hopeless. But, nothing is impossible with God. Nothing is so entangled that it cannot be remedied; no human relationship is too strained for God to bring about reconciliation and understanding; ho habit so deep rooted that it cannot be' overcome; no one is so weak that he cannot be strong; no one is so ill that he cannot be healed. No mind is so dull that it cannot be made brilliant Whatever we need if we trust God He will supply it. If anything is causing worry or anxiety, let us stop rehearsing the difficulty and trust God for healing, love, and power. Ellen G. White, Review & Herald, October 7, 1865.
Our pastors focus on teaching, and often do this in the form of a study series.
THE GREAT CONTROVERSY STUDY SERIES - Now through May 11, 2011
You are invited to attend this life-changing series each Wednesday evening at 7:30-8:30. We are studying the resource book, “The Great Controversy Between Christ and Satan" by Ellen G. White. The Great Controversy contains a vivid history of the church, describes the glorious victory of the people of God, the destruction of Satan, and the renewing of this earth, thus ending the controversy between the Son of God and the powers of darkness once and for all. The study discussion will be led by our pastors, Anthony Medley, Gary Wimbish, and Kelan Fielder and elders. Come, let us study together. We’ll be looking for YOU each Wednesday evening. Get the Great Controversy Study Schedule and Study Guides
STUDY SERIES - Download the lesson notes.
2010 - The Great Controversy Between Christ and Satan
2009 - Spiritual Transformations
2008 - Principles for Life
In the Wilderness: Lessons from the Book of Numbers
2007 - Intimacy with God
2006 - Experiencing the Power of God