Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) with an average attendance of 225 people.
- Senior Pastor: Dr. David Silvernail
- Associate Pastor: Rev. David Dorst
Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church is privileged to be in historic Leesburg, Virginia, a beautiful suburb thirty miles west of Washington, DC, a world-class cosmopolitan city offering the finest in arts, culture, entertainment, all professional sports, and the beauty of the monuments in the nation's capital. Located in Loudoun County, Virginia, one of the fastest growing counties in the country, Leesburg is a great place to raise a family with excellent schooling options and in close proximity to all that the Washington area offers. We’re an hour from the mountains, three hours from the beach, and within a few hours of several Civil War battlefields and major historical sites.
[12/17/18] Check out the sermon from 12/16 - The Mission of the Word (John 1:9-13) - https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2018-12-16/the-mission-of-the-word-john-1:9-13
Please pray for Early Rain Covenant Church in Chengdu, China. They are facing persecution and arrest by the Chinese authorities.
The most recent reports regarding Sunday worship service at Early Rain Covenant Church are that everyone who tried entering the church building were taken away by police. Those that weren't taken conducted worship service in two separate locations outdoors. One group was dispersed immediately by police, and more than 20 taken away. The other group was dispersed by police after about an hour, and the two people leading the service were taken away. Many if not most members were forbidden from leaving their homes by police standing guard outside, so these brothers and sisters worshiped in their homes.
A great article by my friend Joel Smit: http://gospelreformation.net/how-to-listen-to-preaching/
gospelreformation.net Recently my wife and I had a rare opportunity to go out to eat. Wanting to make the most of it, I chose a restaurant that I knew had…
[12/09/18] Check out the sermon from 12/9 - A Witness to the Word (John 1:6-8) - https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2018-12-09/a-witness-to-the-word-john-1:6-8
Check out the sermon from 12/2 - The Beginning of the Word (John 1:1-5)
potomachills.org The Beginning of the Word (John 1:1-5)
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[11/27/18] Today is #GivingTuesday, a day when many people focus their holiday and end-of-year giving in support their favorite non-profit. I hope Potomac Hills makes your list of favorites! The meaning of the Christmas season is often overshadowed by the materialism that can define this time of year. #GivingTuesday is a day that stands as a celebration of how we can give, not just receive, during this season of joy. If you’d like to give to Potomac Hills, just go to our website: https://www.potomachills.org/give
Check out the sermon from 11/25 - The Prophet's Broken Covenant (Jeremiah 11:1-23)
potomachills.org The Prophet's Broken Covenant (Jeremiah 11:1-23)
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Check out the sermon from 11/18 - The Prophet's God of Wonder (Jeremiah 9:25-10:25)
potomachills.org The Prophet's God of Wonder (Jeremiah 9:25-10:25)
Check out the sermon from 11/11- The Prophet's Basis for Boasting (Jeremiah 9:12-24)
potomachills.org The Prophet's Basis for Boasting (Jeremiah 9:12-24)
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Our own Elizabeth R.e. Stinnette has a movie review published in World Magazine (scroll down to the second review). https://world.wng.org/magazine_brands/movies?page=1
world.wng.org Beyond opioids America’s drug crisis now includes benzodiazepines, commonly prescribed for anxiety, and as the death toll grows, the underlying problems remain unaddressed
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Check out the sermon from 10/28 - The Prophet's Questions (Jeremiah 7:30-8:17)
potomachills.org The Prophet's Questions (Jeremiah 7:30-8:17)
Reformation Sunday tomorrow
What was the Reformation all about? Could you explain it to your friends and family? Learn what the Protestant Reformers were protesting in this short video narrated by R.C. Sproul.
An upcoming seminar at Patrick Henry College addressing one of the biggest issues in our culture today.
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Two of the three marks of spiritual maturity involve showing up: https://dashhouse.com/showing-up/?utm_campaign=why-showing-up-matters&utm_medium=social_link&utm_source=missinglettr
dashhouse.com Showing up at church matters because God matters, others need you, and because you need it. Few things matter more than showing up often and intentionally.
Check out the sermon from 10/21 - https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2018-10-21/the-prophet-overturns-false-hope-jeremiah-7:1-29
potomachills.org The Prophet Overturns False Hope (Jeremiah 7:1-29)
Check out the sermon from 10/14 - https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2018-10-14/the-prophets-vain-search-jeremiah-5-6
potomachills.org The Prophet's Vain Search (Jeremiah 5-6)
Good words on a very hard subject: https://www.harvestusa.org/sexual-abuse-brokenness-and-redemption-a-journey-of-healing-and-seeing/
harvestusa.org In our Spring 2018 issue of harvestusa magazine, Juli Kellogg, who works as a volunteer in our women’s ministry, shares her story of sexual abuse as a child and how her growing understanding of God’s justice led to her healing. (You can read the entire magazine issue online: Women, Sexuality, an...
Check out the sermon from 10/7 - The Prophet's Mournful Lament (Jeremiah 4:5-31)
potomachills.org The Prophet's Mournful Lament (Jeremiah 4:5-31)
A good reminder early in the morning.
Behold your God.
Check out the sermon from 9/30 - The Prophet's Plea to Repent (Jeremiah 3:19-4:4)
potomachills.org The Prophet's Plea to Repent (Jeremiah 3:19-4:4)
This Sunday we're going to look at Jeremiah 3 and see how our idolatry leads to a constant state of disappointment. And what can we do about that changing that in our lives.
Time for a gut-check, courtesy of Tim Keller. If you want to figure out if you've allowed idols into your heart, think about this: "A sure sign of the presence of idolatry is inordinate anxiety, anger, or discouragement when our idols are thwarted. So if we lose a good thing, it makes us sad, but if we lose an idol, it devastates us."
potomachills.org The Prophet's Plea to Return (Jeremiah 3:1-18)
potomachills.org The Prophet's Faithless People (Jeremiah 2:1-37)
Rust library is holding an emergency preparedness session tomorrow night 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM.
Monday, September 10, 2018
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Do you know how to keep your family safe in an emergency? What items are necessary in a disaster kit? How would you manage without potable water, electricity, fuel and banking facilities? What should you have on hand if you need to evacuate? How will you reconnect with family following a disaster? Do you know how your government and local institutions can provide aid and how you can keep informed? Learning practical strategies to use in a disaster that happens locally, or when youâ€™re traveling, can help you remain calm and avoid panic.
Join Loudoun County Office of Emergency Management to learn how to develop a personal or family disaster plan.
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This is so true! Men are needed in Children’s Ministry!
thegospelcoalition.org Serving children in the nursery is a great place to cultivate Christlike and pastoral qualities.
Purchase with purpose. Amazon donates to Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church when you shop for back to school supplies at smile.amazon.com.
A quick piece about RUF-I at George Mason (led by Matt DeLong, one of the missionaries we support): https://www.mtw.org/opportunity-details/rufigmu0618-campus-ministry
mtw.org Get involved in ministry to internationals at George Mason University! You can now serve here through a special partnership with MTW and Reformed University Fellowship - International.
[08/07/18] Here's another good article on Forgiveness! https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/erik-raymond/common-questions-christians-ask-forgiveness/
Listen to this past week's sermon, "Wisdom For Conflict" from James 4:1-12
Check out the sermon from this past Sunday, "Wisdom From Above" (James 3:13-18)
Here's an article from byFaith Online (the PCA magazine) about the Carolina Mountain Mission that our team just returned from. http://byfaithonline.com/carolina-mountain-mission-showing-kids-their-need-for-a-savior/
byfaithonline.com “Generation Z and millennials have been given much. Until they’re put in a situation where they really need God to show up, they don’t really know their need for a Savior.”
Check out the sermon from 7/22 - Wisdom for Our Words (James 3:1-12)
potomachills.org Wisdom for Our Words (James 3:1-12)
I've heard a lot of people asking about this issue this year. Here's a helpful article on the topic: https://corechristianity.com/resource-library/articles/do-we-have-to-forgive-someone-if-they-dont-repent
corechristianity.com Forgiveness is hard enough as it is, let alone when the other person fails to repent. Sometimes, though, a wrong definition of forgiveness makes it seem impossible.
Check out the sermon from 7/8 - Wisdom for Prejudice (James 2:1-13)
potomachills.org Wisdom for Prejudice (James 2:1-13)
How will we treat others? We will address this tomorrow from James 2. And it comes with insights from Pro Football and country music! Should be interesting.
Amazon's fourth-annual Prime Day is coming up on Tuesday, July 17 and will feature one-of-a-kind deals exclusively for Prime members. This is one of the biggest shopping days of the year. Your shopping makes a difference. Amazon donates to Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church when you shop Prime Day deals at smile.amazon.com/ch/54-1642623
Check out the sermon from 7/1 - Wisdom For Obedience (James 1:19-25)
potomachills.org Wisdom For Obedience (James 1:19-25)
Here's a great two-day, inexpensive seminar on using hospitality to reach out to other people. And it's being taught by Rosaria Butterfield, who regularly attended our church when she lived in this area.
There’s still time to sign up for the summer term! Click on the link below to see what classes are still available. And be sure to check out the seminar with Rosaria Butterfield (July 20-21)!
byfaithonline.com The 46th PCA General Assembly has elected Dr. Irwyn Ince as its moderator. He is the first African-American elected to the position. Ince is a teaching elder in Potomac Presbytery and the director…
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Welcome to Free Life Church. We believe that true freedom is only found in a relationship with God and He is the ultimate source of faith, hope and love.
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Vision: Know God, Go with God, Grow in God Objective: Deeper in Faith, Broader in Community --Matthew 28:18-20, Acts 1:8, Philippians 2:5, Romans 12
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Youth Ministry @ Leesburg Community Church
Muslim Community Center of Leesburg serves Muslims in Leesburg and Loudoun County. We are currently fundraising to build our community center.
Cornerstone Chapel is a non-denominational church in Leesburg, Virginia and is affiliated with Calvary Chapel.
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