Adventist Community Services of Greater Washington manages the Piney Branch School Pool, which is available to the community at large. Come celebrate its reopening this Friday, October 14th, from 5:30 to 6:30. The pool has been closed for 30 months due to the pandemic.
Robin Riley, director of Montgomery County Department of Recreation, will speak at the event. Find out more about the facility and what it has to offer, i.e., swim lessons, lap swimming, water aerobics and more. This is the only indoor Montgomery County,25-meter, 6-lane pool inside the Beltway.
There will be a 1-hour flash sale from 5:30-6:30. Get a 12-swim pass for 1/2 price - cash or check only. Collect a small goodie bag before you leave.
Story by Jerry Lutz
There is something charmingly innocent and ironically intriguing about the disciples’ request of Jesus to teach them to pray. One would think they already knew how, but apparently, they sensed in themselves that something was missing or that they might be going about it all wrong. Was the problem the words they used or combination thereof? Perhaps their posture was incorrect? Were they not worthy to approach the Divine, and should they not even try until they felt they were? By the way, do any of these concerns sound familiar to you? If so, read on to the good news.