Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church, PCA

Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church, PCA

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Some friends and I are hoping to go to Potomac tomorrow and we still need a ride for one more person. Would anyone be available to pick up a student or two from Patrick Henry College?
Dear Church Family, I just created a Sign Up Genius of a few things needed for the Bahamas missions trip which may be purchased easily in town. Another Amazon list is forthcoming. Many thanks to everyone!
A way to help Houston!: "Tuscarora High School wants to make a meaningful contributuion to the Texas area as they still deal with the devastation from Hurricane Harvey, We are asking for your help in sending in baby food, wipes, diapers, clothing, formula etc. for our ALL THINGS BABY DRIVE this week. We will be collecting all week and plan to get the items mailed out early next week. Please imagine losing everything and you have babies to care for... All items can be dropped off in the main office or the box right outside the main office. Thank you in advance for helping our students connect with an audience outside of our community." If you would like to contribute, and dropping items off at the church office would be easier, I would be happy to collect through Thursday and bring all items to the school Friday. Thanks!

Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) with an average attendance of 225 people.

Pastoral Staff: - 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.

Mission: Our theme verse is 2 Peter 3:18, "But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To him be the glory both now and to the day of eternity. Amen." (ESV)

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Stuck in Our Own Way (Mark 6:45-56)

Check out the sermon from 2/2 - Stuck in Our Own Way (Mark 6:45-56)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2020-02-02/stuck-in-our-own-way-mark-6:45-56

potomachills.org Stuck in Our Own Way (Mark 6:45-56)

[01/26/20]   Check out the sermon from 1/26 - The Shepherd and His Flock (Mark 6:30-44)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2020-01-26/the-shepherd-and-his-flock-mark-6:30-44

[01/13/20]   Check out the sermon from 1/12 - Unbelief and Authority (Mark 6:1-13)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2020-01-12/unbelief-and-authority-mark-6:1-13

[01/05/20]   Check out the sermon from 1/5 - Willing and Able (Mark 5:21-43)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2020-01-05/willing-and-able-mark-5:21-43

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Christ the Cornerstone (Psalm 118)

Check out the sermon from 12/29 - Christ the Cornerstone (Psalm 118)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-12-29/christ-the-cornerstone-psalm-118

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Christ the High Priest (Psalm 110)

Check out the sermon from 12/22 - Christ the High Priest (Psalm 110)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-12-22/christ-the-high-priest-psalm-110

potomachills.org Christ the High Priest (Psalm 110)

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Christ the Lord (Psalm 72)

Check out the sermon from 12/15 - Christ the Lord (Psalm 72)

https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-12-15/christ-the-lord-psalm-72

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Christ the Messiah (Psalm 69)

Check out the sermon from 12/8 - Christ the Messiah (Psalm 69)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-12-08/christ-the-messiah-psalm-69

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Christ the King (Psalm 2:1-12)

Check out the sermon from 12/1 - Christ the King (Psalm 2:1-12)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-12-01/christ-the-king-psalm-2:1-12

potomachills.org Christ the King (Psalm 2:1-12)

[11/24/19]   Check out the sermon from 11/24 - Power and Compassion (Mark 5:1-20)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-11-24/power-and-compassion-mark-5:1-20

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[11/18/19]   Check out the sermon from 11/17 - Wind, Calm, and Fear (Mark 4:35-41)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-11-17/wind-calm-and-fear-mark-4:35-41

[11/10/19]   Check out the sermon from 11/10 - Modgnik / Kingdom (Mark 4:21-34)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-11-10/modgnik-kingdom-mark-4:21-34

[11/03/19]   Check out the sermon from 11/3 - The Sower and the Seeds (Mark 4:1-20)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-11-03/the-sower-and-the-seeds-mark-4:1-20

[10/28/19]   Check out the sermon from 10/27 - The Scribes and The Siblings (Mark 3:20-35)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-10-27/the-scribes-and-the-siblings-mark-3:20-35

[10/20/19]   Check out the sermon from 10/20 - The Few and the Many (Mark 3:7-19)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-10-20/the-few-and-the-many-mark-3:7-19

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Thus Far the LORD Has Helped Us: Encouragements to a Church at 25" (1 Samuel 7)

Check out the sermon from 10/13 by Rev. J. Ligon Duncan - Thus Far the LORD Has Helped Us: Encouragments to a Church at 25 (1 Samuel 7)

https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-10-13/thus-far-the-lord-has-helped-us:-encouragements-to-a-church-at-25-1-samuel-7

potomachills.org Thus Far the LORD Has Helped Us: Encouragements to a Church at 25

It is our privilege this Sunday, October 13th, to welcome one of the leading Reformed thinkers in the world today, The Rev. Dr. Ligon Duncan, to the pulpit of Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church. Dr. Duncan will be preaching on "Thus Far the LORD Has Helped Us: Encouragements to a Church at 25." If you will be in the Leesburg, Virginia area this Sunday, we would love to have you join us for this special event. Worship begins at 10:30 am at Harper Park Middle School on Potomac Station Drive in Leesburg.

Dr. Duncan is the Chancellor & CEO of Reformed Theological Seminary and the John E. Richards Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology. He was born in Greenville, SC, and reared in the home of an eighth generation Presbyterian ruling elder. Dr. Duncan is a past Moderator of the PCA and served as the Senior Minister of the historic First Presbyterian Church in Jackson, MS for almost 18 years. A co-founder of Together for the Gospel (“T4G”), he has authored, co-authored, edited, or contributed to more than 35 books. We are delighted to welcome him to Potomac Hills.

[10/06/19]   Check out the sermon from 10/6 - Obedience and Joy (Mark 2:23-3:6)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-10-06/obedience-and-joy-mark-2:23-3:6

Ever wonder what this meant? We'll be tackling this enigmatic statement of Jesus this Sunday. We'd love to have you join us.

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Body and Soul (Mark 2:1-12)

Check out the sermon from 9/22 - Body and Soul (Mark 2:1-12)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-09-22/body-and-soul-mark-2:1-12

potomachills.org Body and Soul (Mark 2:1-12)

[09/16/19]   Check out the sermon from 9/15- Astonished and Amazed (Mark 1:21-34, 40-45)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-09-15/astonished-and-amazed-mark-1:21-34-40-45

[09/08/19]   Check out the sermon from 9/8 - Seek and Find (Mark 1:14-20, 35-39)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-09-08/seek-and-find-mark-1:14-20-35-39

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3 Reasons to Preach through the Gospel of Mark

I preach through one of the gospels every five years. It's good to be reminded of who Jesus is and what He has done, which is why we walk through the front doors of a church in the first place. https://www.9marks.org/article/gospelofmark/

9marks.org Preaching the Gospel of Mark as early as possible into my ministry may be the best advice I have ever received as a pastor.

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[08/25/19]   Check out the sermon from 8/25 - The Upward Mission of the Church
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-08-25/the-upward-mission-of-the-church

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[08/18/19]   Check out the sermon from 8/18 - The Outward Mission of the Church

https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-08-18/the-outward-mission-of-the-church

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Don’t Use ‘Calling’ to Avoid Serving

A worthwhile article about the wrong use of "calling" -- https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/dont-use-calling-avoid-serving/

thegospelcoalition.org Asked to serve in an area outside your comfort zone? “I’m not called to that” is a bad reason to say no.

[08/11/19]   Check out the sermon from 8/11 - The Actual Mission of the Church

https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-08-11/the-actual-mission-of-the-church

Keeping the Faith

Lots of parents who still have kids at home will find this newsletter very helpful.

The Dawn Treader monthly newsletter provides tools to help disciple the young people in your life, preschoolers to teens. Each issue focuses on a different topic, such as the Ten Commandments or Preparing the Heart. It offers opportunities to engage kids on important topics, week by week, thorough answers to challenging questions, related prayers and activities and other resources!

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Middle Relievers for the Kingdom

I love baseball analogies! Even so, this is really good in regard to missions and the local church. From Alexander Jun, former Moderator of the PCA.

thegospelcoalition.org Short-term missionaries are like middle relievers in baseball.

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The Prophet's Last Words (Jeremiah 44)

Check out the sermon from 7/14 - The Prophet's Last Words (Jeremiah 44)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-07-14/the-prophets-last-words-jeremiah-44

potomachills.org The Prophet's Last Words (Jeremiah 44)

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The Prophet's Fatal Mistake (Jeremiah 42:1-43:13)

Check out the sermon from 7/7 - The Prophet's Fatal Mistake (Jeremiah 42-43)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-07-07/the-prophets-fatal-mistake-jeremiah-42:1-43:13

potomachills.org The Prophet's Fatal Mistake (Jeremiah 42:1-43:13)

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Enjoy Your Freedom? Thank a Presbyterian.

Something to consider this 4th of July: https://gentlereformation.com/2019/07/02/enjoy-your-freedom-thank-a-presbyterian/

gentlereformation.com As those of us in the United States this week celebrate freedom from British governance, consider the many ways that Presbyterianism influenced the decision to enter a war for independence and take up arms against a magistrate: Only a Presbyterian understanding of Romans 13 would allow us to enter a

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The Prophet's Reality Check (Jeremiah 40-41)

Check out the sermon from 6/30 - The Prophet's Reality Check (Jeremiah 40-41)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-06-30/the-prophets-reality-check-jeremiah-40-41

potomachills.org The Prophet's Reality Check (Jeremiah 40-41)

New Growth Press

Chris Hutchinson preached at our church in May, ByFaith just released a wonderful interview with him!

Rediscovering Humility author Christopher Hutchinson on writing this book: “Someone [had] to do it, so it might as well be a typical proud Christian,” he explains. “The gospel frees us up to speak into areas that we’re even weak in.”

[06/10/19]   Check out the sermon from 6/9 - The Prophet's Book Burning (Jeremiah 36:1-32)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-06-09/the-prophets-book-burning-jeremiah-36:1-32

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Three Ways to Pray for Adult Children

Just as seasons of life change, so do seasons of prayer. Here's a good example of what that looks like with our adult children: https://www.desiringgod.org/articles/three-ways-to-pray-for-adult-children

desiringgod.org Our adult children need prayers for more than a strong marriage, a secure job, and healthy kids. They need prayers that reach down into their hearts.

[06/02/19]   Check out the sermon from 6/2 - The Prophet's Promise Keepers (Jeremiah 34-35)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-06-02/the-prophets-promise-keepers-jeremiah-34-35

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The Prophet's Promised King (Jeremiah 33)

Check out the sermon from 5/26 - The Prophet's Promised King (Jeremiah 33)
https://www.potomachills.org/sermons/sermon/2019-05-26/the-prophets-promised-king-jeremiah-33

potomachills.org The Prophet's Promised King (Jeremiah 33)

Our Story

Pastoral Staff: Senior Pastor: Dr. David Silvernail. Associate Pastor: Rev. David Dorst, Assistant Pastor: Rev. Frank Wang, Admin & Treasurer: Mrs. Andrea Pogany Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) with an average attendance of 225 people. We are 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.

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2 Cardinal Park Dr SE, Ste 101A
Leesburg, VA
20175

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We have witnessed God multiply the fruits of the ministry at Potomac Hills in remarkable ways. The Lord has accomplished so much in our midst that seemed nearly impossible ten years ago. In the short history of Potomac Hills, we have seen both our church and community change dramatically. Loudoun County continues to see dramatic population growth accompanied by greater ethnic diversity, yet it is one of the more unchurched places in America with only 42% of the population claiming any religious affiliation. Through all of these changes, God has blessed our church because of our willingness to worship and follow Him. As we move forward, we hope to see our ministries grow in amazing ways to reach the lost and hurting in Loudoun County. Our response to this changing community is to multiply the ministries of Potomac Hills to serve the Lord and seek the lost. This requires us to consider new facilities, new staff, and new ministries that God will use to glorify Himself. We can’t wait to see what the Lord will do! First, we want to be reminded of God's faithfulness to us in the past. Through the Gospel of grace, the Lord has brought new converts, rendered astonishing changes in people's lives and extended the outreach of Christ in our community and across the globe. We have seen many people come to Potomac Hills recently and we want to share our story with them. Second, we want to better appropriate God's love, grace and mercy to us in the present. By taking a coordinated approach to the sermon series and our community group study guides, we want to take focused time - together as a church family - to encourage spiritual growth. Third, we want to exercise great hope in what God will do in our future. As our congregation grows, we will need greater resources to continue doing what God has called us to do. New opportunities will require more people (both staff and volunteers) and larger facilities in order to accommodate our growth and desire to meet regularly outside of Sunday morning worship.

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Sunday 09:30 - 12:00
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