Posts by Metanoia Church

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Annual Picnic

by Metanoia Church

Metanoia Church turns 16 this September! We’ll celebrate our birthday at our annual picnic! Picnic details Sunday, September 12 10:30am – 12:30pm – A brief time of worship together followed by food and fellowship and a baptism celebration in the river Patapsco State Park, Avalon Area (Arbutus), Shelter #105; 5254 South St, Halethorpe, MD 21227 […]

“Masks Required” Beginning August 15

by Metanoia Church

We were informed today (August 13) that beginning tomorrow, Roger Carter Community Center requires masks to be worn indoors for all persons age 2+ at all times regardless of vaccination status. This announcement is in line with the Howard County Government announcement this week that due to the county being considered at the “substantial” transmission […]

Worship Gathering Lyrics

by Metanoia Church

PDFs of Sunday Worship Gathering lyrics are located in this Google Drive folder. Please click the image below to download and print the PDF or to view the lyrics during the Worship Gathering.

Join us for worship!

by Metanoia Church

Location & Time Roger Carter Community Center (RCCC) RCCC is located at 3000 Milltowne Dr, Ellicott City, MD 21043. Metanoia Church is meeting in the Oella and Caplan Rooms. Enter the rooms directly by the outdoor basketball court entrance. Do not enter by the main lobby. Only By Grace Church is meeting in the Rockwell Room. […]

Joint Statement on Violence Against the AAPI Community

by Metanoia Church

Only By Grace Church and Metanoia Church Joint Statement on Violence Against the AAPI Community Today, as we celebrate redemption through the cross of Jesus Christ and the transformative hope of the resurrection of our Lord, we, the Lead Pastors of Only by Grace Church and Metanoia Church want to stand together with our churches […]

2021 Partnership Conference

by Metanoia Church

2021 Partnership Conference: Reconnect Saturday, April 24th, 10:00-11:30AM [Rain date: May 1] @ Bethel Baptist Church pavilion / field and via Zoom Childcare will be available Perhaps one of the most recurring topics of conversation over the past year is the idea of what constitutes “normal.” Have you heard someone say: “Remember when things were […]