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Telling God's Story

We have a story to tell in Potomac Conference and our primary role within the Department of Communication is to enlist the members and leaders in the task of telling that story together. Not only are we pleased to share the initiatives and priorities of the conference administration, but with over 33,000 members, more than 172 congregations and 20 schools, our greatest joy is to tell the story of the incredible activity of God in the lives of those who are being touched and changed. That's a big job, but it's the best job in the world.

Storytelling in the 21st Century

We use a variety of communication tools to bring these stories to life. The website is fast becoming the primary way in which people learn about, and interact, with organizations. As of July 2011, the Potomac Conference is excited to be moving forward with Phase 2 of the web site.  As you may recall, upgrades to the new website in phase 1 included a front page fader that highlighted upcoming events, a Church/School locator utilizing Google Web Maps,  and easy to use buttons to get to your favorite links.  In phase 2, we've enhanced to site to include a new photo gallery, a new blog-style front page that will continually update new stories, and a forms section that now has all the forms categorized by department.  Our goal is to make our very user friendly, and continually update it with stories that will inspire those who read them.


In addition, the Visitor is the Columbia Union periodical that we use in conjunction with the website to share the stories from around the Potomac Conference. Potomac People is our section within the magazine, and it's a wonderful way to stay in touch with news from around the conference. If you are a member with news or photos to share about action that strengthens the local church and improves the health of our congregations, please email us at communication@pcsda.org This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Communication Partners

Partner with us in telling about God's work in the conference. Become a conference news reporter or simply get the news from our news mailing list. It's simple! Email us at communication@pcsda.org. If your church or school would like to schedule a two hour training session to learn more about communications, contact Dan Jensen or Tiffany Doss in Communications to schedule a seminar.