We invite those who wish to come worship with us in our church sanctuary every Sunday beginning at 10:15am.
Our Sunday services are also streamed live. Click the link below to join anytime after 10:00am on Sunday. You can join on your computer, mobile phone, or simply by calling in by telephone.
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Click the link below to join anytime after 10:00am on Sunday
From Your Phone ☎
Call the phone number below to join anytime after 10:00am on Sunday
Then enter in the following ID
599 396 711
July 28, 2021 – “Keep the Climate Story Moving: Where do we go from here?”
The Center for Sustainable Climate Solutions sponsored a Climate Ride where bicyclists have ridden over 3000 miles across the country over the last 2 months. This Wednesday at 7:00 ET, Hyattsville Mennonite Church will host “Keep the Climate Story Moving: Where do we go from here?” Riders will reflect on where they have seen hopeful progress in communities across the country, and what steps they’ve learned about how to overcome barriers to working on climate change. Come for the celebration of 3737 miles well ridden! If you’d prefer to attend via Zoom: Register for this zoom/live stream link here, or go to the Center for Sustainable Climate Solutions website.
September 19, 2021 – Interfaith Friendship Walk
Please see Interfaith Council of Metropolitan Washington’s website for details
Update on Mask Wearing:
We’re encouraged by the CDC’s recent announcement that vaccinated individuals can go without wearing masks in most indoor and outdoor environments.
Throughout the pandemic, Daniels Run Peace Church has adhered to the CDC and Virginia Dept. of Health guidelines, in the spirit of love and for the common good. Given the new guidelines, if you have been fully vaccinated for at least two weeks, you are free to not wear a mask while inside and outside of our building.
For those who have not had a COVID-19 vaccine, we encourage you to get vaccinated as you are able. Until you are fully vaccinated, we ask that you continue to wear a mask for your own safety and for the safety of others around you.
While all of us have grown accustomed to wearing a mask, we recognize that it may take a while for many people to feel comfortable going without a mask, even if they are fully vaccinated. There are legitimate reasons for people to continue wearing masks, i.e. they are symptomatic, can’t be vaccinated for health reasons, or just feel safer with one on.