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In today’s fast-paced world, it’s crucial to create spaces where children can grow, learn and find a sense of belonging. The Restoration Praise Center (RPC) in Bowie, Md., has taken up this cause by extending a warm embrace to young hearts in the community where the church is located.
This is where I belong. This is where I can thrive. This is where God wants me. He wants me at Shenandoah Valley Academy.
This year, the Potomac Conference will turn 100, and we plan to pay homage, not only to our past and present, but also, with great anticipation, look to the bright future God has in store for us.
In a week filled with faith, fellowship and fervent evangelism, the Potomac Conference’s annual Caravan of Hope proved to be a resounding success, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of its participants.
The Potomac Conference is embracing technology to further their mission and efficiency. One step in this direction is transitioning from paper documents to digital records.
This school year, Potomac Conference's Takoma Academy welcomes three new teachers to its team.
The Potomac Conference is pleased to introduce Williams Ovalle—a dedicated and passionate leader with a heart for young people—as its new youth director.
For seven years, local church members Bill and Cindy Champion worked to reclaim six acres of Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA) property as plantable land. They hired student workers and operated a popular pick-your-own strawberry business.
Takoma Academy (TA) is known for its spectacular music program. Its select choir, Camerata, enjoys a significant music ministry. Under the directorship of Lulu Mupfumbu, Camerata has developed into a highly recognized choral program.
At the Takoma Academy Preparatory School (TAPS) in Takoma Park, Md., teachers and administrators focus on graduating thinkers, achievers, peacemakers and servant leaders.