Where the Spirit is Alive and Christ's Love is Shared...
Who We Are
All are welcome to this vibrant faith community in the heart of Maryland farm country. We’re small-town meeting the big needs of the world. We invest in making a tangible, real and consistent difference in our local, national and global communities. We worship and we serve the living God in Jesus the Christ!
We’re authentic and honest with each other. We believe we can change the world for the better in what we do, in what we say, in what we share. Through real relationship with Jesus, the highs and the lows, the good and the bad, the easy and the difficult, we deepen our faith walk. We are not alone, for we know Jesus is with us. He’s called us together as community, where everyone – at any and every place on the journey – is welcome, important and valued.
The community of Jefferson is warm and friendly. We’re a mix of generations of farmers and decades of suburban professionals. That mix works for us - it brings us the wisdom of patience and vision, along with the sensibility that we are a global community with a long reach in our servant sharing and caring.
WELCOME! WE'RE GLAD YOU'RE HERE.
What's the Buzz?
8:30am - Education Hour
9:30am - Worship with Holy Communion
Memorial Day to Labor Day
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Under the direction of Jarryd Fanning, this is a NEW ensemble, giving our youth an opportunity to participate in worship on special Sundays.
It's back again this year! Mark your calendar for some FUN on Sunday September 11.
Join the NSS as they begin their 2016-17 season. Their opening performance will feature three influential composers’ interpretations of Theme and Variations, one of the cornerstones of string orchestra music.
Attention anyone with a closet: Those shoes you no longer want are desperately needed to fight the human tragedy of global poverty...