It looks like we are in this for the long haul. As our society wrestles with the process of returning back to normal life, we have developed ways to stay connected with one another, even while being distant. Our Sunday gatherings have moved online, we've organized our community into several home based life groups, and our Pastor and his wife, Merry, proclaim the good news through a brand new podcast every week. In this time, we try to creatively engage one another, our surrounding communities, and the world to remind us all that God is with us through both thick and thin, even nearer to us than we are to ourselves.
Please feel free to browse our website to learn more about who we are, and how you can be a part of our life together at Living Water.
Living Water is a community based church. We don't own a building. Rather we rent a space to gather on Sunday morning. We believe a church's true life is lived out in our communities seven days a week. Our Sunday services are a time for us to take a break, to hear the good news of who we are to God and to one another, and to share a humble meal of bread and juice. Then, we go back to our communities to share God's love with both neighbor and stranger alike. And we do this in the name of Jesus Christ, through whom God is recreating the world and making all things brand new. If you are interested in being part of a church striving to make a practical difference in people's lives throughout the world, then this is the place for you.
When and Where do we Meet?
While we are a community based church, our primary meeting happens on Sunday morning. We rent the fellowship hall for a couple hours every Sunday from a local Episcopal Church. We meet at 10am at 830 Romancoke Road, Stevensville, MD. Please click on our Contact page for directions and more information.