Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church, PCA

Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church, PCA

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Some friends and I are hoping to go to Potomac tomorrow and we still need a ride for one more person. Would anyone be available to pick up a student or two from Patrick Henry College?
Dear Church Family, I just created a Sign Up Genius of a few things needed for the Bahamas missions trip which may be purchased easily in town. Another Amazon list is forthcoming. Many thanks to everyone!
A way to help Houston!: "Tuscarora High School wants to make a meaningful contributuion to the Texas area as they still deal with the devastation from Hurricane Harvey, We are asking for your help in sending in baby food, wipes, diapers, clothing, formula etc. for our ALL THINGS BABY DRIVE this week. We will be collecting all week and plan to get the items mailed out early next week. Please imagine losing everything and you have babies to care for... All items can be dropped off in the main office or the box right outside the main office. Thank you in advance for helping our students connect with an audience outside of our community." If you would like to contribute, and dropping items off at the church office would be easier, I would be happy to collect through Thursday and bring all items to the school Friday. Thanks!

Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) with an average attendance of 225 people. Pastoral Staff: - Senior Pastor: Dr. David Silvernail - Associate Pastor: Rev.

David Dorst Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church is privileged to be in historic Leesburg, Virginia, a beautiful suburb thirty miles west of Washington, DC, a world-class cosmopolitan city offering the finest in arts, culture, entertainment, all professional sports, and the beauty of the monuments in the nation's capital. Located in Loudoun County, Virginia, one of the fastest growing counties in the country, Leesburg is a great place to raise a family with excellent schooling options and in close proximity to all that the Washington area offers. We’re an hour from the mountains, three hours from the beach, and within a few hours of several Civil War battlefields and major historical sites.

Mission: Our theme verse is 2 Peter 3:18, "But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To him be the glory both now and to the day of eternity. Amen." (ESV)

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PHPC 9 20 20 Service

Dr. Silvernail preached the third sermon in our series on "Misused Stories of the Bible" on "Gideon and His Fleece" from Judges 6. Deacon John Spence led worship. Tom Gardner and the worship team did another great job.

Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church Worship Service on 9-20-20. Sermon is on "Gideon and His Fleece" from Judges 6:36-40, part of our series on "Misused Storie...

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The Biblical Canon - The Gospel Coalition

This is a good article on the Biblical Canon by Dr. Mike Kruger, a leading expert in the field (and an RTS Professor). https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/essay/the-biblical-canon/

thegospelcoalition.org The biblical canon is the scriptural books that God has given his people, distinguished by divine qualities, church reception, and apostolic connection.

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PHPC 9 13 20 Service

Dr. Silvernail preached the second sermon in our new series on the "Misused Stories of the Bible" with the sermon "Rahab and Her Rope" from Joshua 2. Rev. Wang led worship and we had our first baptism in 7 months. Check it out!
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Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church 9-13-20 Worship Service with the sermon "Rahab and Her Rope" from Joshua 2, part of our series on "Misused Stories of the B...

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Dr. Silvernail wrapped up our sermon series in Mark with the sermon "The Death of Christ" from Mark 15:21-47. Check it out!
https://youtu.be/rL4iFOlWm34

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Coming this fall -- a combined Teen / College / Adult Sunday School class on "The Story of the Bible: Origins and Objections."

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PHPC Worship Service 8-23-20

Dr. Silvernail preached "Denial and Delivery" from Mark 14:66-15:20) on Sunday, 8/23. Check it out on YouTube! https://youtu.be/LSo9Of03Qsg

PHPC Worship Service 8-23-20

A new sermon series starting in September!

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PHPC Worship Service 8/16/20

Rev. Wang preached the sermon "Betrayal & Sovereignty" from Mark 14:43-65 today. Check it out on YouTube!
https://youtu.be/EYTfB75uTnM

PHPC Worship Service 8/16/20

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PHPC 8-9-20 Worship Service

Today’s worship service at Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church. Ruling Elder James Murphy preached on “Pride and Prayer” from Mark 14:26-42. https://youtu.be/9BTaQJBkPnA

Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church 8-9-10 Worship Service. Ruling Elder James Murphy preaching on "Pride and Prayer" from Mark 14:26-42, part of our series on...

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Disobedience of God Results in Cultural Chaos - The Aquila Report

Many of you will remember Rev. Dave Crenshaw, a former Assistant Pastor at Potomac Hills. Here's a recent article he wrote: https://www.theaquilareport.com/disobedience-of-god-results-in-cultural-chaos/?fbclid=IwAR1YMvwEqLel5QPtFP74TowdI14y1nlu7xRKl7HJ6auCiZHvM9gK2z6Sz80

theaquilareport.com The real problem in Israel in the time of the judges was that they had rejected the authority of God as their King. That is the same problem we see in our culture today. We have rejected the authority of God and His Word and have substituted the authority of man. We see that very... Continue Reading

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PHPC 8-2-20 Worship Service

Today’s worship service at Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church. The sermon was on “Plotting and Passion” from Mark 14:1-11.

Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church 8-2-20 Worship Service, including the sermon "Plotting and Passion" on Mark 14:1-11, as part of our series on The Gospel of...

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A Threefold Cord | Gospel Reformation Network

This is a great article, and fits in well with last Sunday's sermon, from PCA Pastor Brian Cosby. https://gospelreformation.net/a-threefold-cord/?fbclid=IwAR3w9AqGReRmSwNthmQulGRB8h-4pLKy_OogGZh4KQa-NFeIYLlIAxpOHRQ

gospelreformation.net We were created for community, which means that we need one another. Over the last several months of quarantine and isolation, we’ve witnessed and felt the necessity of true…

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PHPC Worship Service 7-12-20

Check out our worship service from July 12 - "Answering Well and Wisely" from Mark 12:28-34
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PHPC Worship Service 7-12-20

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PHPC worship service 7-5-20

Today's sermon by Rev. Wang was "Two Trick Questions" from Mark 12:13-27
https://youtu.be/nYYv4jzbuU0

PHPC worship service 7-5-20

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How I Became a Subversive Patriot

An interesting take on the 4th of July by a former member of our presbytery. https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/subversive-patriot/

thegospelcoalition.org Shortly after Ryan Zhang's family immigrated to America in 1999, his uncle handed him a history of the U.S. written in Chinese.

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PHPC Worship Service 6-28-20

PHPC Worship Service 6-28-20

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Here's what to expect on Sundays as we gather in person!

Sunday School (Adult, College, Teen) - 9:30 am Hybrid Class meeting both in-person and on Zoom

Worship Service - In person, 10:30am at Harper Park

You can watch our livestream on our YouTube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYgRYaRNvD3ueqIQgZ0v6mA/
The entire worship service will be recorded, and will also be posted on YouTube on Sunday afternoon. Worship materials will still be on our website, https://www.potomachills.org

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PHPC 6 7 20 Sermon

It’s the last week of Jesus’ life. He’s finished with His healing miracles. He’s concluded most of His teaching. The Triumphal Entry has just happened. And now He’s returning to the Temple. There’s some “seemingly” harsh words and harsher actions, followed by an exhortation for faithful words and actions. So, that’s what we’ll be looking at today in Mark 11:12-25. I hope you’ll listen in.
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Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church 6-7-20 Sermon on "Fruitfulness and Faithfulness" from Mark 11:12-25. This is part of our series on The Gospel of Mark entit...

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PHPC 5 31 20 Sermon

How do you get faith? And why is faith so important anyway? Do we need faith just as much as the people in Mark’s Gospel do? That’s what we’ll be looking at this Sunday, May 31, in Mark 10:46-52; we hope you’ll listen in.
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Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church 5-31-20 Sermon on "The Blind Man Sees" from Mark 10:46-52. Part of our sermon series on The Gospel of Mark entitled "The Ki...

Christ in the Time of Corona

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PHPC Sermon, May 23, 2020 -- Mark 10:32-45

What does it mean to radically be about Jesus’s definition of greatness in a culture which prides itself on giving everyone a voice to be influential? We tend to want followers, subscribers, likes, shares, and retweets. We tend to want to be the one that people listen to. We tend to be in the business of building our brand and climbing the social ladder. But Jesus confronts us with a different paradigm, one of service, humility, and grace. Let’s listen together to the Lord’s words from Mark 10:32-45 about what it means to be great in the Kingdom of God, from Rev. Frank Wang.

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Sermon on Mark 10:32-45 entitled "Suffering and Serving". Part of our sermon series on the Gospel of Mark entitled The King and His Cross.

[05/20/20]   Our church website design has been updated to make it more visual! Take a look!

https://www.potomachills.org/

You'll be able to find the sermons on the homepage along with links to lots of other valuable information about the church.

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3 Lessons I Learned from Working with Ravi Zacharias

This is a great article! Ravi Zacharias will be greatly missed by the church worldwide. If we can learn these lessons, his legacy will be felt for years to come! https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/lessons-ravi-zacharias/

thegospelcoalition.org Ravi was never simply answering questions from curious (or hostile) unbelievers. He was pastoring them.

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May 17, 2020 Worship Service - YouTube

Jesus wants to strip away the things we trust in, and like us, the rich young ruler has several, and replace them with the One thing we have to trust in but can’t control. Listen to Dr. Silvernail explain Mark 10:17-31 in this week's sermon. Our YouTube worship playlist can be found at this link: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLK_t54i97wu0XBHc-xTRuqCbX5UZsuJtE

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May 10, 2020 Worship Service - YouTube

Here is the YouTube link for this week's Worship Service playlist! Dr. Silvernail will be preaching "Young and Old" from Mark 10:13-16.
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLK_t54i97wu1q8B0d2ruMqkPjxQ3FWGN2

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May 3, 2020 Worship Service - YouTube

Check out our YouTube playlist of the May 3rd Worship Service!
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLK_t54i97wu2TipaKGz97R4jWv0JEVINw

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A Pandemic Reading List

A good reading list for these days. https://www.reformation21.org/blog/a-pandemic-reading-list

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PHPC 4-19-2020 Sermon

Check out the sermon from 4/19 - Belief and Unbelief (Mark 9:14-29)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QHUhXBThWU

PHPC 4-19-2020 Sermon on "Belief and Unbelief" from Mark 9:14-29. This is the 27th sermon in our series on The Gospel of Mark entitled "The King and His Cross."

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PHPC 4-12-20 Easter Sermon

Check out our Easter sermon from 4/12 - Hopes and Fears (Mark 16:1-8)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRHYjYWq2J0

Potomac Hills Easter Sermon, "Hopes and Fears," on Mark 16:1-8.

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Join us on Good Friday and Easter Sunday for online worship services! All the materials for our online services can be found on our website, https://www.potomachills.org

Our Story

Pastoral Staff: Senior Pastor: Dr. David Silvernail

Assistant Pastor: Rev. Frank Wang

Church Administrator: Mrs. Andrea Pogany Potomac Hills Presbyterian Church is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) with an average attendance of 200 people. We are privileged to be in historic Leesburg, Virginia, a beautiful suburb thirty miles west of Washington, DC, a world-class cosmopolitan city offering the finest in arts, culture, entertainment, all professional sports, and the beauty of the monuments in the nation's capital. Located in Loudoun County, Virginia, one of the fastest-growing counties in the country, Leesburg is a great place to raise a family with excellent schooling options and in close proximity to all that the Washington area offers. We’re an hour from the mountains, three hours from the beach, and within a few hours of several Civil War battlefields and major historical sites.

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2 Cardinal Park Dr SE, Ste 101A
Leesburg, VA
20175

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We have witnessed God multiply the fruits of the ministry at Potomac Hills in remarkable ways. The Lord has accomplished so much in our midst that seemed nearly impossible ten years ago. In the short history of Potomac Hills, we have seen both our church and community change dramatically. Loudoun County continues to see dramatic population growth accompanied by greater ethnic diversity, yet it is one of the more unchurched places in America with only 42% of the population claiming any religious affiliation. Through all of these changes, God has blessed our church because of our willingness to worship and follow Him. As we move forward, we hope to see our ministries grow in amazing ways to reach the lost and hurting in Loudoun County. Our response to this changing community is to multiply the ministries of Potomac Hills to serve the Lord and seek the lost. This requires us to consider new facilities, new staff, and new ministries that God will use to glorify Himself. We can’t wait to see what the Lord will do! First, we want to be reminded of God's faithfulness to us in the past. Through the Gospel of grace, the Lord has brought new converts, rendered astonishing changes in people's lives and extended the outreach of Christ in our community and across the globe. We have seen many people come to Potomac Hills recently and we want to share our story with them. Second, we want to better appropriate God's love, grace and mercy to us in the present. By taking a coordinated approach to the sermon series and our community group study guides, we want to take focused time - together as a church family - to encourage spiritual growth. Third, we want to exercise great hope in what God will do in our future. As our congregation grows, we will need greater resources to continue doing what God has called us to do. New opportunities will require more people (both staff and volunteers) and larger facilities in order to accommodate our growth and desire to meet regularly outside of Sunday morning worship.

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Sunday 09:30 - 12:00
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