Welcome Pastor Curtis!

CSA Church has a new pastor. On Sunday, July 1, Rev. Curtis Ehrgott (Pastor Curtis) began his ministry at CSA. Learn more about Pastor Curtis and his family here.

Stewardship & Inspiration

 

God Is the Source of All Things

Remembering that God owns everything prompts a remarkable shift in our view of stewardship. Usually when we think of stewardship, we define it as our giving to God or to the church something that belongs to us.

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Resources for Stewardship and Financial Planning

The Mid-Atlantic United Methodist Foundation was founded to "[foster and support] benevolent ministries in the name of Jesus Christ...". From planned giving to stewardship workshops for congregations to retirement planning, the foundation offers helpful guidance, financial management, and education. Click here for more

The Scream by Edvard Munch

How to Thrive in Culture of Shouting

Does the current discourse make you feel like the guy in The Scream? Do you sound like the guy in The Scream when you engage with others on topics about which you disagree? David F. Watson offers solutions for remaining sane in a culture where everyone seems to be shouting all the time. You can elevate the discourse and tune out the noise that seems to pervade the news and our own interactions. The article is posted on Ministry Matters and you can read it here.

News & Events

Welcome Pastor Curtis!

CSA welcomed our new pastor, the Rev. Curtis Ehrgott (Pastor Curtis) on Sunday, July 1. Pastor Curtis and his family come to us from Grace UMC in Hagerstown, MD. Join us for worship on Sundays at 10 and for fellowship following the service. You can read Pastor Curtis' bio here

Bethesda Preparatory Preschool Coming to CSA

CSA will be the home of the Bethesda Preparatory Preschool beginning on September 1, 2018! The school's founders signed a three-year lease with CSA on March 26, 2018. The Christian preschool will be a year-round, full-day program open to all children from ages 2 - 5. Read the announcement here.

 

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The Church

A Little Bit About Us: 

Concord Methodist Church was formed in 1819, making it one of the oldest Methodist churches in Montgomery County, MD. St. Andrew's Methodist Church formed in 1956 to serve a growing suburban population. The two churches merged in 1976 to become Concord-St. Andrew's United Methodist Church and the 35th anniversary was celebrated in October 2011. Learn more about us here.

Whether you are visiting or searching for a church home, you are always welcome to worship with us. Our address is 5910 Goldsboro Rd., Bethesda, MD 20817.

Worship lifts our spirirts and strengthens our relationships with God. It also stirs our imaginations, fills us with wonder, and offers us fellowship with our brothers and sisters in Christ. Come as you are! Be our guest! Experience the love of God and Christian community.

Join us for worship at 10:00 am Sundays and fellowship immediately following the service.