Archive for June, 2011

Put Your Name in Metropolitan’s Time Capsule

Posted on: June 30th, 2011 by admin

Dear Metropolitan Member:

Phase 1 of the Metropolitan A.M.E. Church Restoration is being completed and we are in the midst of planning a time of celebration and thanksgiving for this significant achievement. As part of this celebration, we will bury a time capsule which will contain items reflecting Metropolitan Church’s current history and the legacy of our membership. These items will give future generations descriptions of our current congregation and church ministries.

Metropolitan’s time capsule will include a list of the church’s current members, their favorite scriptures, and place of birth. To be included in this effort, please submit the information requested below. If you have any questions please contact Gwendolyn Kimbrough (301.654.2616) or Carolyn McClain (202.667.8375).

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Sermon Notes: Microphone Check!

Posted on: June 28th, 2011 by admin

Every Sunday morning, before the worship service starts, Brother Terry Johnson and his team perform a “microphone or mike-check”. It happens well before the service starts. Most of you don’t see it because you arrive well AFTER the service starts. The microphone check is a ministry in and of itself, because the microphones are the method through which the anointed word of God’s is delivered, through the choir, the testimonies, the preacher.

2011 Church Scholarship Recipients

Posted on: June 28th, 2011 by admin

Church Scholarship RecipientsIn 1983, the Metropolitan AME Church Scholarship Endowment was established to award scholarships to students attending higher education institutions. A competitive progress is used to select students based on financial need and scholarship.

On Saturday, June 11, 2011, at its annual luncheon, the Scholarship Endowment gave recognition to 10 students awarded scholarships. The keynote speaker was Kamilla Collier-Mullin, Miss Black America DC Metro 2010. The mistress of ceremonies was Dr. Gabrina Dixon, a former scholarship recipient and pediatric hospitalist at Children’s National Medical Center.

Register for the Second Annual Crab Feast!

Posted on: June 27th, 2011 by admin

Metropolitan AME Church 2nd Annual Historic Preservation and Restoration2010 Crab Feast at Martin's Crosswinds

CRAB FEAST

Friday, September 16, 2011
7:30 PM

Martin’s Cross Winds
7400 Greenway Center Drive
Greenbelt, Maryland

For more information contact Isiah Dupree at 301-452-8078 or idupree@hotmail.com

Sponsored by the Mighty Men of Metropolitan and the Love and Peace Unit of the Sarah Allen Missionary Society

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Youth and Young Adult Talent Showcase July 16, 2011

Posted on: June 22nd, 2011 by admin

The Love and Peace Unit of the Sarah Allen Missionary Society presents a

YOUTH AND YOUNG ADULT TALENT SHOWCASEFeaturing talents of youth (ages 4-20) and young adults (ages 21-39)

A Restoration Fundraiser for Metropolitan A.M.E. Church, The National Cathedral of African Methodism and a National Landmark

Saturday, July 16, 2011, 2:00 p.m.
Metropolitan A.M.E. Church
1518 M Street, NW Washington, DC 20005
Free parking available at the PMI Garage, 1615 M Street, NW

DONATIONS: Children (12 and under) $3 Patrons $6 Sponsors $10 Donors $15+
Please make checks payable to Metropolitan A.M.E. Church/Restoration on memo line

For additional information or to sign up to participate, contact
Peggy Gatewood at 301.203.4642 or Janet Oakley Huggins at 202.726.4133

Download the Talent Showcase Flyer!

Celeste Garcia, Chair, Love and Peace
Donice Jeter, President, Sarah Allen Missionary Society

Transition to Casual Attire This Sunday

Posted on: June 15th, 2011 by admin

“Jesus is all the world to me…I go to Him for blessings, and He gives them o’er and o’er.
He sends the sunshine and the rain; He sends the harvest’s golden grain.-Sunshine and rain, harvest of grain—
He’s my Friend”.

The official beginning of summer is June 21 and recent temperatures have been a testament to this fact. We thank God for the blessing of seeing and living through another season. In spite of the summer temperatures and high humidity, we will *continue to praise God in spirit and in truth because he is worthy.*

In recognition thereof, we will transition into our casual summer dress attire for the summer months for our worship service beginning this Sunday. We would ask that you please remain mindful, as you always are, of the fact that you are coming to God’s house of worship and to balance summer comfort with dress discretion.