Geneva is a community church founded in 1963.
Geneva is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church USA (PCUSA) and a member of the National Capital Presbytery.
11931 Seven Locks Road, Potomac, MD 20854
Phone: (301) 424-4346
Fax: (301) 340-0265
Our Mission Statement
Proclaiming the person and principles of Jesus Christ in worship and work, with a special emphasis on unity within diversity; Providing supportive, friendly relationships in a changing, mobile community; Preparing its members to perform their vocations as ministries of the church, through education, social fellowship, and spiritual growth; and Performing a variety of ministries through social action, community involvement, and personal duties.
- Traditional worship
- Christian youth development & education
- A serious commitment to beautiful music
- A loving diverse congregation
At Geneva we care deeply about each other, our community, and our world.
We openly welcome visitors and new members into our church community. Our worship services start at 10:30 AM every Sunday. Please stop by for a visit.
Our vision for ministry can be summed up in two phrases: serving others and sharing the joy of Christian love. Geneva’s motto “The little church with the big heart” signifies how we care for each other and value the healing power of prayer and pastoral care. We want our congregants to feel included through a personal relationship with God and each other.
Our church currently serves the community by supporting the Lord’s Table that serves meals to people in need in our local community. Also, when a congregant is in need, we organize meals for their household. A number of members participate in a pastor-led bible study at Asbury Methodist Village, a local retirement community, as well as a Sunday bible study before our worship service. Our proud commitment to the environment is shown by our designation as a Presbyterian Earth Care Congregation.
Geneva hosts, supports, and nurtures highly talented musicians who add to the spirituality of our services. We have a Sanctuary Choir and an English Handbell Choir with participants from within and outside the congregation.
At our core is a special emphasis on unity within diversity — we differ from one another in many ways, yet are mindful that, as in Galatians 3:28, we are all one in Christ Jesus.