Weather-permitting, the Arts and Artisans team offers cards and paper-bead jewelry for sale near the picnic tables on Sundays between services. Please take a look! It is a wonderful opportunity to support the Village of Hope in Haiti. The jewelry is individually priced, and the cards are still $3 each, or a package of 5 assorted cards is $10. We are very grateful for your support this year. Do a little open-air shopping for a good cause!
Instructions for Sunday Worship – Please read carefully We continue to hold outdoor, condensed versions of services for those who feel comfortable in such a setting. Important COVID-19 Information The people of Shepherd of the Hills are committed to following the recommendations from the CDC and other healthcare professionals. We have made extensive plans that focus on the safety of all participants. By RSVPing and attending worship in person or any function at or of the church, you acknowledge that you agree to the following: You… are not currently quarantining after a positive COVID test are not caring for
All ages are invited to join Pastor Darcy on Zoom each Sunday at 10 am for fellowship and prayer while we aren’t able to gather at church. Don’t miss this chance meet with others online to say thanks to God and to pray for the needs of our families, church, community, nation, and world in a friendly group setting.
Dear Shepherd of the Hills Community, Shepherd of the Hills church leaders have been in conversation regarding ministry and worship during this unprecedented time in our nation and world related to the coronavirus (COVID-19). Due to many unknowns and concern we have for people in and beyond our congregation and out of an abundance of caution, we will not hold worship services or education gatherings until further notice. The wonderful thing about the Church is that no matter where we are, we are the Church. We can live our faith through what we at SOTH call the “Marks of Discipleship”
Shepherd of the Hills is partnering with Hill School in Middleburg to support the Police Precinct of District 7D in Anacostia, a neighborhood in DC. We are working with the Supervisor of Community Outreach to meet the needs of the police and to reach into the community. We will be answering the prayers of this department by providing protective equipment and donations to keep these first responders safe. The need is great! Also, at this time, some police men and women are away from their families, renting apartments, for fear of bringing the corona virus home. You can make
Join us at 10 am for Bible Study on Zoom.
The Music and Worship team has chosen to emphasize prayer in 2020 to encourage a closer relationship with God among all who worship with us. Starting in February, SOTH will offer sermon series, prayer vigils, retreats, and other opportunities to learn more about prayer. Our overview of the year is here. To kick things off, on February 2 we began a 4-week sermon series based on the A.C.T.S. prayer model, emphasizing four types of prayer: Adoration (who God is), Confession (who we are), Thanksgiving (what God does) and Supplication (what we ask God to do for us and those we love). Throughout the year, we will “take
The Arts and Artisans Team at Shepherd of the Hills welcomes you to ‘Our View from the Detour,” a virtual art show featuring quarantine creations of congregation members. Please enjoy the beautiful work that God has inspired during this trying time for everyone. We are grateful for the many contributions. Thanks to all who have shared and will continue to share in the shows to come. Click this Showcase link to view. Stay tuned for future shows! To submit your creation, email email@example.com for details. Thank you!
On Sunday, October 4, 2020 we welcomed Executive Director Tom Powell to worship as he shared with us about the ministry of Caroline Furnace Lutheran Camp and Retreat Center. Caroline Furnace is a ministry SOTH helps support and a special place where students and adults spend time growing in relationship with God and others at retreats and summer camp. SOTH made an impact in the ministry of Caroline Furnace in summer 2020 supporting a counselor and contributed towards its on-going ministry this fall making a special donation.
Ash Wednesday Service February 26th, 2020 at 7:30pm Mid-Week Evening Services March 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th, and April 1st. Light Dinners at 6:30pm Service at 7:30pm