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Organized in 1877, the District of Columbia Baptist Convention (DCBC) consists of more than 150 churches in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia.
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Ministry on the MallWhen: August 1, 2015
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PNBC Annual MeetingWhen: August 1, 2015 at 08:00 pm
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Johenning Vacation Bible SchoolWhen: August 3, 2015
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Johenning Camp JoyWhen: August 10, 2015
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DCBC is committed to strengthening our member churches to advance God's kingdom.

We strive to support our member churches by providing ministry resources and opportunities for networking, fellowship, corporate worship and training, as well as by undergirding their programs and activities.

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  • Prayer of Dedication for the Installation of Dr. Robert Cochran

    Prayer of Dedication for the Installation of Dr. Robert Cochran
    as the Executive Director/Minister of the D.C. Baptist Convention
    May 3, 2015
    Montgomery Hills Baptist Church, Silver Spring, Maryland

    Almighty God, who calls and equips, who guides and inspires, we ask your blessing on Dr. Robert Cochran as we set him apart to lead and serve the churches and missions of the D.C. Baptist Convention as our Executive Director/ Minister. May our presence here for this service of Installation be an encouragement as Robert takes on this new role and may our prayers be of support during his length of service.

    We give you thanks, O Lord, for the years of service Robert has already given, for the love he has already demonstrated among us. In this new chapter we ask that you help us to build on what is, to accomplish your will for what is yet to be. We ask that you guide Robert in these new duties, to think in new ways to guide our Convention in right paths according to your purpose. Give Robert discernment to choose what is best and not merely that which is good. Even as we dedicate Dr. Cochran to this service, Lord, help us to dedicate ourselves as clergy and laity, as the gathered church, to express our witness of faith as the D.C. Baptist Convention as we engage our communities with your love and grace and the Good News of Jesus Christ. Strengthen our relationships as brothers and sisters in Christ that the world may know we are Christians by our love.

    We entrust Robert Cochran, Executive Director/Minister to your care and guidance. This is a day that you have made, O Lord, and we will rejoice and be glad. We make our prayer in the name of Jesus our Lord. 

    ~Prayer of Dedication for Dr. Cochran

     

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  • 2015 Annual Family Summit

    Each year on the second weekend of July (July 10th and 11th, 2015) Pennsylvania Avenue Baptist Church gathers families and individuals to address the toughest challenges facing our families and communities.This year they will explore and expose the roots beneath the seemingly endless cycle of violent and deadly encounters between African-Americans and law enforcement, as well as ongoing "Black on Black" violence. Participants will be challenged to develop specific, strategic actions to affect change. Please click here to view the flyer.

    If you're tired of the rotten fruit, let's work together to uproot the root!

    Register online today at http://pabcfamilysummit.eventbrite.com. Come prepared to work. Leave prepared for action

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  • Church of the Week

    We are pleased to announce that the church of the week is East Washington Heights Baptist Church. Rev. Kip Banks is the pastor of this distinguished and spirit led edifice in Southeast Washington, D.C.

    The East Washington Heights Baptist Church is affiliated with the American Baptist Churches and Progressive National Baptist Convention. The church was organized in the last decade of the nineteenth century and evolved from a meeting of fifteen persons held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David C. Fountain to establish a Sunday school.

    Learn more about this church by visiting their website http://ewhbc.org/index.html

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E3 Initiatives

Empowering Congregations

  • Congregational Resources
  • Training
  • College of Prayer

Engaging Communities

  • Opportunities to Serve
  • Community Events
  • Johenning Baptist Community Center

Equipping Leaders

  • Ministry Resources
  • Advisory Committee on Ordination
  • Lay Leaders
  • Women in Ministry
  • Worship Resources