Here you will find information concerning Friendship church and its ministries. We hope you find your time spent here a blessing. Our church is a warm and loving congregation, and we want you to feel comfortable and at liberty to call on us when you have a question or a need. Feel free to browse through the various areas of our website and learn about our fellowship.
If you are considering relocating to our area, or you are looking for a new church home, we would be honored to have you worship with us.
When you visit our church, you will find:
Jesus is Wonderful,
Mark Massey, Senior Pastor
Preparations are in full swing. Volunteers are now being enlisted. Enrollment will begin in June. Sing God's praises and join the team. Only one training meeting: June 23, 12:30 (lunch provided). Contact Sharyn Simms, VBW Director to volunteer.
Two baptism services have been scheduled: June 16 and 23, 11:00 service.
If you have received Christ as your Savior and Lord, you need to follow His first command, to be baptised. Call the church office to speak with a pastor.
Learning is for everyone! Every 12-weeks, new adult topical studies are introduced, affording people the opportunity to meet new people and explore a topic of interest. Studies are designed so you can join the group at any time during the semester.
NEW !! SPRING SEMESTER TOPICS
Shadows...See Jesus in the Old Testament Part 2 (Part 1 not required to participate)
Disciplines of a Godly Man
Relationship Bootcamp/Building Strong Relationships with God Part 2 (Part 1 not required to participate)
The Way of the Master
Trusting God Even When It Hurts
Questions and Answers from God
The Old Testament Prophets: Nahum and Habakkuk
Law vs Grace New Testament Book of Romans (Month of March, "Passion Week")
Studies from New Testament Books 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus
GROUPS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY: Wednesday, 6:45- 8:00 PM
Adults: Various interactive discussion topics led by Pastor John Hevey
Ladies Group: What Happens When Women Say Yes to God
Children: PromiseLand Nursery for infants through age 2 - 5
Student Ministry contemporary topics for grades 6-12
Power Kidz Kamp (K thru Grade 5) Games...Music...Bible...Puppet Training...Dairy Queen Prizes
Yes, My Kid support for parents of teens with addictions 6:45-8:00 pm
Designed to help you or your children through the pain of a marital breakup. Contact Cheryl Clymer at firstname.lastname@example.org for information. Meeting each Friday evening for 13 sessions; join anytime. Cost of workbook $20. Child care is through the AWANA program for children age 3-grade 6. Nursery care is available for infants through age 2. ON SUMMER BREAK.
VOLUNTEERS . . . Consider joining a rotating team. There are several volunteers who will be taking breaks in their service. PromiseLand is looking for helping hands. Contact Laura Gulley for details.
Is God Speaking to you about ministry and where to serve? Join the Friendship Worship Arts Ministry to share the message of Hope that is Jesus. Be a part of our Worship Leading Choir.
Choir 7:00 to 8:15
Band 7:00 to 8:30
Inquiries email@example.com OR call the church 410-442-5506.
Wonderfully made Prayer Shawls are lovingly constructed and bathed in prayer. Then, given to those who are experiencing chronic or acute illness, or recovering from surgery.
If you knit or crochet, etc., make shawls or lap blankets, there's a comfortable chair awating you. The "Wonderfully Made Prayer Shawl Ministry" meets the first Sunday each month at 2:30pm in a local home.
Give Devra Rivera, Coordinator, a call for all the wonderful details: 410 795-7930.
NEXT GATHERING: Sunday, June 2
Looking for a community Bible study? Look no further. There will be 6 groups meeting not only for interesting topical studies & dicussions, but to make friends and cultivate new relationships. Contact one of the Group Organizers for details:
Mike & Terri Jones (Eldersburg - 410 292-2104) For 18-20 Somethings
Bill & Sharon Hargest (Sykesville - 410 795-0955)
Ken Simms Men's Group (Marriottsville - 410 549-2231)
Nelson & Barbara Miles (Marriottsville 410 549-1087)
Ed & Debbie Fulton (Westminster - 410 259-0553)
Scott & Diane Kirk (Woodbine - 410 549-7678)
Dan & Eloise Stinchcomb (Sykesville - 410 552-3516)
Friendship Small Groups purpose to reach people and help them become fully devoted followers of Jesus through community relationships. In a Small Group, no one stands alone.