This midweek, all-church gathering brings the church family together for good food, intergenerational fellowship, and teaching for all ages.


January 10 – March 13

(excluding March 6)

Fourth Night 2


4:30 – 5:15 | Fourth Strings Rehearsal
5:15 – 6:15 | Children’s Choirs (up to 8th grade)
5:15 – 6:30 | Kingdom Choir
5:45 – 6:45 | Fourth Night Dinner
6:30 – 7:30 | Youth Small Group Bible Studies
6:45 – 7:30 | Classes for Adults and Children & Nursery
7:00 – 9:00 | English Classes
7:45 – 8:45 or later | Committee Meetings, Youth Band Practice, Orchestra

Fourth Night consolidates meetings which previously met on other weeknights and Sundays and creates more space for the focus of Sundays to be about worship, fellowship, and rest. A number of committees, music ensembles, and other groups convene after dinner and classes for all ages.


• Adults and children age 13 and up, $8
• Children age 6–12, $4
• Children age 5 and under, free
• Maximum per family, $25

Kindly check in at the check-in table regardless of payment method; thank you!

Sign in to Online Giving ( or create an account if you don’t have one. Look for “Text Giving” under the “Your Account” menu and follow the steps to sign up. Setting up a payment method is required if you have not set one up previously. Once you’ve signed up, you can simply text “DINNER 8” (or “DINNER” plus the relevant dollar amount) to 240-623-5558. All done! For help, please call the Finance office at 301-320-3600 x239 or email


Classes for Adults

The Splendor of Holiness: Worship in the Life of God's People
Taught by Rev. Jules Grisham, Dr. Scott Redd, and Dr. Todd Smedley
Room 130
In this class we will examine the role of worship in the life of God’s people throughout the ages, seeking to understand not only how and why we worship as we do, but also why it matters to God and for us.
Download resource list here.

Westminster Answers the World
Taught by Rev. Jules Grisham and Jeremy Williams
Room 131
This class will examine the challenging questions the world asks, such as “What is God?” Who is Man” and “Why Bother Praying?” using the Westminster Catechisms as its guide.
Download syllabus here.
Download resource list here.

Parenting Discussion Group
Room 233 (Prayer Room)

Parents discuss practices and principles to help them thrive in leading and caring for their children.

Contact: Rev. Jules Grisham, or Kathy Lofberg,

Youth, Children, and More

Middle School and High School Small Group Bible Studies
High School starts in Room 007; Middle School in Room 102
Students meet for Bible studies led by discipleship leaders.
Contact: Rob Henneberg, or Noel Bradley,

4th Kids at Midweek
A little bit of theology, a lot of fun! A short devotional reflecting on the previous Sunday’s sermon followed by games, crafts, and other fun things to do.
Nursery-5th grade
Contact: Jean Bronson,

7:00–9:00 p.m.
Students of all levels meet weekly for English language instruction. There is a one-time $50 book fee.
Registration Night is Wednesday, September 6, 7:00–9:00 p.m.
Contact: Maria Korossy,

Thanks to all who serve to make Fourth Night possible!