Seven Locks Baptist Church has been a place to grow for almost 50 years in Potomac. The small, intimate feel of the…More church creates an atmosphere where everyone knows one another in the congregation.
The church, lead by Pastor Greg Wolfe, has many different activities for its members. The church considers itself intercultural and lets other groups like the Korean Church and an Afghan/Iranian church use facilities on their grounds.
St. Francis Episcopal Church 10033 River Rd, Potomac, MD20854 St. Francis Episcopal Church is an Anglican Christian church located on River Road in Potomac. The worship-centered…More church has youth programs, missionary events and a music program. The church shares its grounds with St. Andrew's Episcopal School.
Geneva Presbyterian Church 11931 Seven Locks Rd, Potomac, MD20854 The Geneva Presbyterian Church, lead by Reverand Anne Benefield, has been in Potomac for 47 years. The church holds…More services every Sunday at 10:30am and is known as the little church with a big heart.
Potomac United Methodist Church 9908 S Glen Rd, Potomac, MD20854 The Potomac United Methodist Church is a historical landmark in Potomac. The church was built in the 1700's and services…More are held there every Sunday at 10 a.m. by Pastor Ann Laprade. During the summer, an additional service is held on Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. The church offers space for different programs such as, Boy Scout meetings, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, and the Farmers Market.
St. James' Episcopal Church has been in Potomac since 1963 and in its current location since 1967. Reverend Cynthia…More O. Baskin leads the large congregation under the mission that the church is a way to come to know Jesus Christ, to learn about him, to love him, to proclaim him and to serve in his name.
The church is part of the Diocese of Washington and offers its facilities to the community.
Holy Resurrection Orthodox Church 10201 Democracy Blvd, Potomac, MD20854 The Holy Resurrection Orthodox Church has weekly church services lead by Fr. Peter Zarynow. This parish, made…More up of about 80 families, is part of the American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese.
Scotland AME Zion Church 10902 Seven Locks Rd, Potomac, MD20854 Scotland AME Zion Church, located on Seven Locks Road, originally served many people in the Scotland Community housing,…More and now serves people throughout the area. The church holds services every Sunday at 11am and Bible study every Wednesday at 7pm.
Lutheran Church of The Cross 12801 Falls Rd, Potomac, MD20854 Located near the intersection of Falls Road and Wooten Parkway, the Lutheran Church of The Cross offers a place of…More worship and more. Its activities for adults include choir, Bible study and community outreach. One notable community program is the Chinese Community Outreach. For children, the church provides both a preschool and a Sunday school (pre-k though 12th grade).
Saint Raphael Catholic Church 1592 Kimblewick Rd, Potomac, MD20854 Saint Raphael Catholic Church was founded in 1966. The congregation is comprised of about 3,100 families. The church…More holds a vigil service every Saturday evening at 5pm. Sunday services are at 7am, 8:30am, 10am and 11:30am, with a youth service at 6pm. A Spanish service is held at 1pm on Sundays.
Potomac Presbyterian Church 10301 River Rd, Potomac, MD20854 The Potomac Presbyterian Church is a Christian congregation dedicated to following God’s through education,…More worship and mission. The congregation hosts church services every week with interim pastor Reverend Larry Duncan.
The Potomac Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is located on Falls Road and is led by Bishop…More Richard Marriott.
The church has services and Sunday School every Sunday at 10:20am. The Priesthood, Relief Society and Young Women & Men meetings are at 11:10am on Sundays and the Sacrament Meeting is at 12:10pm on Sunday.
The Saints Peter and Paul Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church is a parish of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian…More Archdiocese of North America. The church, led by Father George Rados, has been in Potomac since 1979.
The parish is comprised of more than 500 families in the metropolitan area. Its focus is to make society better by following the traditional religious teachings.
The church rents their facilities for receptions and banquets, and has a large kitchen. It also organizes a school that teaches Arabic to children in the area.