Events

Feb
25

Harriet Tubman: The Chosen One

03:30 PM - 05:00 PM
  • FREE ADMISSION
  • Landover, MD
  • NEW HORIZON CHRISTIAN FAITH CHURCH

One woman stage play called Harriett Tubman: The Chosen One performed by Gwendolyn Briley Strand. It's a riveting one woman performance that transports you into the life of the great Harriet Tubman. A must see for the entire family.

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Mar
03
  • Free Will Offering
  • Sterling, VA
  • Ken Miller

Coffee, snacks, great Christian fellowship, and awesome music. For young adults and the young at heart.

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Mar
03

Without Fail Conference

10:30 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Free
  • Ashburn , VA
  • May Durkovic

We all deal with loss. Whatever that loss is, we believe God wants us to pursue and recover everything we thought was lost. Join Maty andTravis, and guest speakers Eddie Mason and Dr. Craig Moorman to answer the question, can we get everything back? SPEAKERS: Eddie Mason, former NFL linebacker and author of Training For the Tough Game of Life | CoachMason.org Dr. Craig Moorman, Director and Founder of Finding Solutions Counseling Centers | FindingYourSolution.com Maty and Travis, founders of WithoutFail.org SCHEDULE: Session 1: 10.30 am to 12.00 pm Lunch/break: 12.15 pm to 1.15 pm (brown bag) Session 2: 1.15 pm to 2.15 pm Break: 2.15 pm to 2.30 pm Session 3: 2.30 pm to 4.00 pm Space is limited. RSVP by February 24, 2018.

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Mar
07

What's Up Wednesday

08:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • $5
  • Washington, DC
  • David

What’s up Wednesday is back! Hosted by Trish Crowe with Co-hosts and performers, JuJu Gordon and Kareemi Wambuii, we are celebrating International Women’s Day and Black History Month. What better way to honor some fabulous African American women than through music, spoken word, and comedy. Not only will you be entertained but it is an opportunity to let folks know what you are doing in the community: what are your talents and gifts? Come socialize and have conversation around the bar and art space for an all-around enjoyable evening. Performing with Trish is an all-star line up of women including: Jazz songstress JuJu Gordon, (with a surprise) Spoken word artist and vocalist Kareema Wambuii Comedian Suzette Williams And other surprise guests The Fringe Arts Bar opens at 7pm. Tickets are $5 at the door.

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Mar
08
  • Free
  • Takoma Park, MD
  • Maleek Mitchell

Takoma Academy Preparatory School is a new school in our community, looking to bring out the best in the students that grace our halls. We are hosting a STEAM Fair that challenges our students to be engineers using everyday items. Come out to see what exciting things our scholars are creating!

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Mar
08

Washington DC Career Fair

11:00 AM - 02:00 PM
  • Free
  • Arlington, VA
  • Rachelle Littlefield

National Career Fairs is having a hiring event in Washington DC on March 8, 2018. The career fair is FREE for all job seekers. You are encouraged to dress professionally and bring multiple copies of your resumes.

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Mar
10
  • Free
  • Fairfax Station, VA
  • Reby Hopler

We are a large, seasonal consignment sale offering everything you need for newborns to teens - all at bargain prices, We offer thousands of quality, gently used children's clothing, toys, infant items, shoes, books, games, DVD's, videos, furniture and much more. We pride ourselves in providing a well organized, easy to navigate sale with a fast automated check-out system. Voted Best Consignment Sale in NOVA/DC We accept cash, checks and credit cards. All proceeds benefit various ministries and missions of Christ Church.

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Mar
17
  • $20 to $35
  • Alexandria, VA
  • Ezzat Hanna

David Ensemble was established in 1975, Led by Maestro: George Kyrillos. They specialized in performing “Coptic Hymns” which are about 2000 years old and have survived the past centuries and reached us by handing them over from generation to generation through ‘oral tradition’. This hymnal tradition is considered the natural continuation of the Pharaonic hymns, and the existence of which of which due to its preservation by the Coptic Orthodox Church is considered to be a miracle that astonished the entire world. The ensemble is also distinguished for presenting the psalms which were written and composed by David the Prophet about 5000 years ago, the music of which had perished and nothing has remained but its meaningful words which fathom the soul and scare the spiritual hosts of wickedness. The ensemble tried to put the music for these psalms in a deep spiritual and scientific way, which made a lot of people feel that these tunes might be those that have been composed by David the Prophet himself.

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Mar
23
  • Free - Optional Love offering taken
  • Reisterstown, MD
  • Shannon Reinhardt

A Musical about the Life, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ TOP 10 REASONS TO GO SEE THE PROMISE 2018 @ NORTHWESTBAPTISTMD.ORG 10 - See your friends and family from Northwest 9 - When you realize that you don't have to go to Broadway to see full scale production with singing, dancing, and theatrics. 8 - It's so easy to get tickets - www.northwestbaptistmd.org/Drama 7 - An easy way to invite friends and family to learn about Jesus. 6 - Your kdis will put their phones down to watch. 5 - When the overture begins and you remember how much you love this music! 4 - To catch that moment when the tenor sings that high note in ARISE and the light shines through the empty tomb. 3 - With 6 performances you can pick the one that fits into your schedule. 2 - The promise has been presented @ Northwest for over 20 years; each year holds a new surprise. And the NUMBER ONE reason to go see THE PROMISE 2018 1 - Being able to see the true story of Jesus from birth, to death, to resurrection.

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Mar
24

Community Easter Egg Hunt

09:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Free
  • Fairfax , VA
  • Pastor Melissa Porter-Miller

Come Join FUMC for a free community Easter Egg Hunt. Toddlers (5-7 years old) will hunt for candy eggs behind the church at around 9:30 am, followed by a hunt for young elementary school (8-10 years old) and concluding later in the morning with the older elementary school children (11-12 years old). There will be prizes and a bake sale, come and have a great time with the whole family.

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