You are invited for an inter-church Gospel outreach at the University of Maryland Campus. Come to counsel seekers; come to support and inspire! UMD Reckord Armory, Rm. 0131, College Park 20740.
Evil is winning overseas. We know that the Gospel of Christ is the only powerful weapon that can stop evil’s advance. But we must help spread God’s good news. Not all are able to move overseas to share the Gospel, but we can send Others to go for us. Our Lottie Moon Offering in Dec-January will be used by our Southern Baptist missionaries. Half of the $3000 we are raising will be sent to our missionaries from USA and half to those from the Philippines. Designate your Special Gift for Overseas Missions as “MISSIONS.”
The MBA Youth Rally & Outreach will be on Sept. 13, 2014 (Saturday), at 9AM - 4PM at Olney Baptist Church.
Age level = Grades 6-12, plus their teachers, guides/advisers and interested parents.
9AM - 12noon - Inspiration & Instruction.
Speaker: Youth Pastor of Global Mission Church; Lunch is FREE!
Afternoon Ministry = Servanthood Outreach at Olney Korean Home for the Aged.
Our Lottie Moon Christmas Offerings and typhoon Haiyan donations are collected together this month. Typhoon giving will end on December 31. Let's mark our sacrificial gifts appropriately..."Lottie Moon" or "Missions."
The Montgomery County Agricultural Fair is celebrating its 65th year on August 9-17, 2013.
Churches and individuals are invited to advertise the Gospel and local churches through the MBA booth or through individual initiatives.
Let us help and pray for this ministry of our youth and young adults as they travel to the Philippines for another mission. This will be held in July 1-13, 2013. We need to raise funds for hygiene kits, school supplies and sending boxes. Please designate your contributions to "Mission (Pasko sa Hulyo)" on our envelopes.
Let us help and pray for this ministry.
We are still currently raising funds for hygiene kits, schools supplies and sending boxes.
The team will be serving communities in Baguio, Dagupan and Payatas, Philippines.
There will be an outreach mission to teach local school kids in Baguio about basic hygiene, recycling and arts.
While in Dagupan, they will be providing basic first aid to a predominantly Muslim community living at a dumpsite.
The team will continue its mission serving in Payatas to 500 male and female prisoners by providing basic hygiene supplies and sharing the gospel.
Some updates for the Laytonsville Community Parade on May 18, 2013.
Assembly time for PIBC members is at 9:30AM at the church for further briefing and last minute instructions, as well as T-shirt distribution.
For those who want to wear our designed logo T-shirts and want to order 2XL sizes, please email or call pastor Andy at 240-486-0828 ASAP! Our order is ready for pick-up by Friday.
We are encouraging everyone to participate in this annual event, and show once again our solid support and cooperation to the community where we belong.
The letter below is a note coming from the parade coordinator, Charles Kearse for more information regarding on check-in and line-up, the parade route, traffic detour as well as information on the parade activities and times.
May 3, 2013
Dear Laytonsville Parade Participant,
The Laytonsville Parade Committee would like to thank you for agreeing to participate in the 2013 Laytonsville Community parade to be held on Saturday, May 18, 2013. The parade will begin at 11:30 am. All parade participants should arrive between 10:30-11:00 am. Route 108 will be closed to traffic promptly at 11:30 am.
Enclosed for your information is a map detailing the parade line-up location, parade route, and available parking. The parade will begin at Rt. 108 and Sundown/Brink Road and continue to Maple Knoll Drive. Parking is available in the St. Paul’s United Methodist Church parking lot on the north side of town, and in the parking lot next to the Laytonsville Fire Department. Please note that exit from parking lots within the parade route will not be permitted while the road is closed. A Fun Run follows the parade and the road will remain closed until the Fun Run is over, which is approximately 1:00 pm.
Children who are walking in the parade will integrate in behind St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church. Upon arrival all children should report to the check-in station located in the church parking lot. At check-in, you will be asked to go to your group’s designated area in the parking lot to await the start of the parade.
All other parade participants are to proceed down Sundown Road from the traffic light on Route 108 and enter 1st Street for check-in and line-up location.
We have a contest for the best units! A unit can be a float, a wagon, a decorated vehicle, a walking group, animal unit, etc. Judging will be done during the parade at the reviewing stand. There are 3 categories based on age – Best Kid’s Unit (age 10-), Best Youth Unit (age 10+), and Best Adult Unit. An additional prize for the Parade’s Best will be given to the group that best represents the parade’s theme, which is ‘Celebrating Spring’. Cash prizes will be awarded to each category and presented to the participant after the parade.
The parade will proceed rain or shine. We realize that some participants are unable to come in inclement weather. In the event that you are unable to participate on the day of the parade, please call 240-281-0987 to notify us. We look forward to a great day!
Charles D. Kearse, Parade Coordinator
2013 Laytonsville Parade Committee
We encourage everybody to come and join this event for our community. For more inquiries, please see/contact Pastor Andy Palaña.
The Adults & Children's Choir team had their outreach mission Easter Celebration with our seniors at Kensington Park Senior Living on March 31, 2013.