Here you will find information concerning Friendship church and its ministries.
We hope you find your time spent here a blessing. Our church is a warm and loving congregation, and we want you to feel comfortable and at liberty to call on us when you have a question or a need. Feel free to browse through the various areas of our website and learn about our fellowship.
If you are considering relocating to our area, or you are looking for a new church home, we would be honored to have you worship with us.
When you visit our church, you will find:
Jesus is Wonderful,
Mark Massey, Senior Pastor
After a summer hiatus from meeting weekly (but replaced with special activities) Friday Night Fellowship resumes with a SPLASH ! Come on out 7:00-9:30pm; get reacquainted with everyone and meet the incoming 6th graders.
Find out what gifts and talents God has given you for service in His Kingdom's work. Learn what your purpose in life is all about. Led by Pastor John Hevey Sundays August 16-September 6, 9:45a.m.
All students PK 4-Gr 12 will move to the next graded class.
Register your child for this wonderful interactive experience each Wed. night during the school year, beginning Sept. 9. A detailed brochure is available; give the office call, or pick up one from the Welcome Desk.
The American Red Cross Blood Drive at our church Saturday, October 3. Make your appointment by going to their web site: redcrossblood.com.
The Prayer Ministry invites the fellowship and community to join them for intercessory prayer. Meet at church each Friday afternoon, 12:00 - 1:00. Pray for our nation, communities, churches, family & friends; wherever God leads you. Questions? Contact the church office.
The Prayer Ministry is coordinating this new outreach event. Meet at the church the first Saturday each month, 10am. Teams will be formed to walk through local communities and school lots. Participate as your schedule allows. Questions? Contact the church office.
2015 Men's Ministry events (in addition to group studies and service projects) included a Meat Fest; Canoeing; Frederick Keys Picnic and Ballgame; and coming up a Breakfast 8:00 on September 19; and, another CornHole Tournament October 24. Men, there's a place for you in 2015, give the office a call for more information about the Friendship Men's Ministry.
Learning is for everyone! Every 13-weeks, new adult topical studies are introduced, affording people the opportunity to meet new people and explore a topic of interest. Studies are designed so you can join the group at any time during the SPRING Semester. A details brochure is available at the Welcome Desk, or by calling the church office. Here are the SPRING topics:
The Gospel Project: The God Who Sends
Explore the Bible: The Minor Prophets of the Old Testament
Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life
Young Adults (18-20 Something): Jesus>Religion (DVD Study)
Bible Studies for Life: "Like No Other: The Life of Christ" and "Like Glue: Making Relationships Stick"
Christianity, Cults & Religions (DVD Study)
Old Testament Survey
Questions? Contact Pastor Mark Klimovitz at the church office
GROUPS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY: Wednesday, 6:45- 8:00 PM
Adults: "Paul - The Man and His Writings" with Pastor John Hevey
Ladies Group: "Sharing Your Life Mission, Daily"
Children: PromiseLand Nursery for infants through age 2
Power Kidz Kamp for children PS 3 - Grade 5
Yes, My Kid support for parents of teens with addictions 6:45-8:00 pm
Looking for a community Bible study? Look no further. There will be 7 groups meeting not only for interesting topical studies & dicussions, but to make friends and cultivate new relationships. Contact one of the Group Organizers for details:
Mike & Terri Jones (Eldersburg - 410 292-2104) For 18-20 Somethings
Ed & Debbie Fulton (Westminster - 410 259-0553)
Bill & Sharon Hargest (Sykesville - 410 795-0955)
Ken Simms Men's Group (Marriottsville - 410 549-2231)
Vic & Ruth Brunner (Sykesville - 410 795-3079)
Nelson & Barbara Miles (Marriottsville 410 549-1087)
Dan & Eloise Stinchcomb (Sykesville - 410 552-3516)
Friendship Connectionsl Groups purpose to reach people and help them become fully devoted followers of Jesus through community relationships. In a small group setting, no one stands alone.