Faith Lutheran Church, located at 1700 St Andrews Way, Eldersburg, MD 21784 will be hosting a free showing of the movie “Indivisible”. Friday, February 28th, 6:30-9pm, The motion picture is based on a true story about Army Chaplain Darren Turner and his wife Heather. Fresh out of the seminary and basic training, Army chaplain Darren Turner receives orders to deploy to Iraq, leaving his wife behind to care for their three young children. The harsh realities of war soon take their toll on Turner and his battalion, making it hard to stay connected to his beloved family. When Darren finally comes home, the Turners must decide if they're willing to face one more battle -- the fight to save their marriage. Go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CHdhbE2tJyA to see the trailer. There will also be free snacks and bottled water in the Social Hall. The general public is invited to this event, so please tell your friends and neighbors. The Marriage and Relationship Education Center will also join us and give a thoughtful presentation before the movie. The doors will be open at 6:15 PM. The MREC presentation starts at 6:30 PM and the movie will start at 7. The evening should close at approximately 9 PM. For more information contact the church at (410) 795-8082share
Community Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction to benefit House of Hope Maryland Day School. All are welcomed! Invite your family, friends and neighbors to join you for a delicious homemade spaghetti and meatballs, salad, bread and wonderful desserts! The mission of House of Hope Maryland is to offer hope, healing and solutions to struggling teens through structured education, Christian counseling and spiritual guidance in a safe and nurturing environment. Questions: [email protected] or (301)774-3804share
You're invited to join WGTS 91.9 as we take on hunger all over the DMV by helping to fill up local food pantries. Look for us at Walmarts around the region each Friday between 3-7pm. Stop by and say "hi" and grab some WGTS goodies, and help those in need in the process!
Our hope is that no child or family will have to face hunger all year long.
What should I bring?
Here are some of the most needed items pantries have told us they need on a regular basis:
- canned meats (turkey, chicken, tuna, and beef)
- peanut butter
- stew and chili (canned)
- canned pasta (like Chef Boyardee)
- fruit (canned in 100% fruit juice)
- macaroni and cheese
- beans (dried and canned)
- pasta and pasta sauce (no glass please)
- rice (1 lb bag)
- 100% fruit juice
- vegetable oil
We appreciate these wonderful organizations for helping to collect the food and distribute to the communities they serve:share
Join us February 29th for a day of worship and fellowship; Starting at 11:00 am for Youth Day with special guest speaker, Pastor Ishmael Wade from Capitol Hill SDA Church in Washington, DC. He will deliver a sermon for both the youth and young at heart, followed by lunch at 1:30;at 4:00pm a special afternoon program planned by the Youth; and at 6:30pm a movie featuring the film "Overcomer". The Woodbridge SDA Youth Ministry focuses to ensure that each youth is aware that God loves them and that He has a unique plan and purpose for their life. We will also help to prepare them for life, relationships, service, and leadership.share
The Woodbridge SDA Church in Woodbridge, VA invites you to the Family Fun movie night. The featured film is Overcomer. Life changes overnight for coach John Harrison when his high school basketball team’s state championship dreams are crushed under the weight of unexpected news. When the largest manufacturing plant in town suddenly shuts down and hundreds of families begin moving away, John must come to grips with the challenges facing his family and his team. Urged by the school’s principal to fill-in and coach a sport he doesn’t know or like, John is frustrated and questioning his worth… until he crosses paths with a student struggling with her own journey. Filled with a powerful mix of faith, a twist of humor, and a ton of heart, the Kendrick Brothers return to theaters with OVERCOMER, their newest feature following FACING THE GIANTS, FIREPROOF, COURAGEOUS, and the #1 box-office hit, WAR ROOM. The inspiring family film stars Alex Kendrick, Priscilla Shirer, Shari Rigby, Cameron Arnett, and introduces Aryn Wright-Thompson.share
Be certified by Sophia Melone, the Debt Demolisher and gain knowledge of Financial abuse and learn ways to combat Debt after getting out of your domestic violence situation or teach others how to do the same. Hear from our amazing Speakers: Prince William Sheriff's Department Officer Johnson who will be speaking about Human Trafficking. David Gillis from Long & Foster will be talking about the Laws that govern renters and Landlords during an IPV situation. Plus, Michelle Prioretti from Navy Federal Branch Manager will be helping to bring understanding about credit assistance, knowledge about opening a bank account, and the bank's knowledge about the exit plan protocol. Also, many other panel speakers. Speakers List: * Cynthya Hale- FFT Helping Others CEO, Domestic Violence Rally Founder, Global Goodwill Ambassador Humanitarian, and counselor * Evangelist Patricia Fowler- VA Domestic Violence Rally Director and Pure Heart Ministries and Writer * Katrina Thomas- Georgia Domestic Violence Director and Loving Yourself No more Abuse Nonprofit and Writer * Kathy Greggs- NC Domestic Violence Director and Liaison, Co-Founder of Fayetteville Pact, and Board of Commissioners Member at City of Fayetteville, NC Government The entry fee is for speakers, food, one certification, and one drawing. Don't miss out on this great event. https://www.facebook.com/events/179860250043381 PRICE CUTshare
If you love short films, join DC Shorts for a special night of screenings at DC Shorts WINS, showcasing ALL of the films that won Jury Awards and Audience Awards this past September at the DC Shorts International Film Festival. DC Shorts WINS is a great opportunity for film enthusiasts in the DMV and beyond to experience the ‘Best of the Fest’ with 11 entertaining and impactful short films, from seven countries, covering the genres of comedy, drama, animation, documentary, and more. Two showcases, 90 minutes each, with screen on Friday, February 28, and Saturday, February 29, at the Miracle Theater. Take a trip around the world in 90 minutes, while enjoying a glass of wine, popcorn, and a proper in-theater experience. It's the perfect way to spend your Friday or Saturday night.share
Held at the close of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, Building Bridges Breaking Bread is a fun night out that celebrates the power of community and raises funds to support the incredible clients Rock Recovery serves. Gather around the table with us and enjoy a special opening reception, a three-course plated dinner, unlimited beer and wine, and a live and silent auction. Rock Recovery is a local nonprofit that helps people overcome eating disorders and body image issues. Eating disorder treatment is costly and often inaccessible for families, and only 1 in 10 people get the help they need. Proceeds from the event will go toward program scholarships to help more clients access the care they need to heal from disordered eating, so they can break bread with those they love. We hope you will join us for this wonderful event. For more information on registration and event details, visit www.rockrecoveryed.org/buildingbridges.share
Join FUMC in bringing 17th Century Baroque music to life with a free concert by Charm City Baroque. Michael De Sapio and John Armato play Baroque instruments and met while studying at the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore and have been bringing 17th and 18th century music vivid life through the use of period instruments and insight into historical performance techniques since 2008.share