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Cross Training Summer Camp

cross-trainingThe CrossTraining philosophy combines children with teens and adults putting them in a challenging, high adventure environment in order to teach them spiritual truths. This year our theme is “Bold Faith: Getting Out of the Boat”, where we’ll talk about courage, faith, and stepping out of our comfort zones. Throughout the week, each camper will discover leadership traits such as goal setting, team work, listening skills, self-discipline, overcoming fears, and the reward of serving others. We want to come alongside you and help equip your child for life’s adventures while they make new friends and experience new challenges.

Cross Training

Book of James

Wednesdays 7:30 – 9:00PM
February 3 – April 27

By faith we are reborn into the family of God. But God wants more than justified infants: He wants mature men and sons. The 12 sessions of this Bible study examine James’s exhortation to Christians of every age to keep growing up spiritually. This study on James, produced by the Navigators, includes study aids and discussion questions and is open to all men 18 and over.

Please plan to join us beginning Wednesday, February 3 from 7:30 – 9:00 pm in the Men’s Fellowship Room (conference room). The study will be led by Phil Friesen. Fresh snacks and coffee provided! To register: see Grady Wortman or email him.

Books to be ordered at a group rate of $10.00.

Super Bowl Training Camp 2016

2:00 – 4:00PM

Coach Ed Santiago will lead a football training camp on Super Bowl Sunday! This camp will teach K-5th graders the fundamentals of football and then allow them to practice their skills before the big game. Contact Coach Tom Newell at 703-430-2377 or tom.newell@potomacbaptist.org. Scholarships are available

Cost: $10 per child with a family cap of $20

Location:  Lowes Island Elementary School Gym


Print out form and drop off at the church

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Neighborhood Outreach

The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.  — Matthew 9:37

Do you …

… want to learn how to reach out to friends and neighbors?
… know how to make visitors feel welcome?
… have ideas on reaching others via mail or social media?
… have organizational skills and want to help?

Join the PBC Outreach Committee!  For more information, or to get involved, please email Scott Cameron or call him at (703) 867-7762