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New Medical Tax Laws

VIP Ministry will have a guest speaker on Tuesday, March 13, 11am, who will discuss topics such as the new tax laws, medical identification fraud, Medicare/Medicaid fraud, waste & abuse along with other important issues …Read More

Women's Retreat

Women’s Ministry — Join the Ladies of L.O.V.E. for a Denim & P.E.A.R.L.S. (People Empowered Over Real Life Situations) Prayer and Praise Luncheon on Saturday, March 24, 10am, donation …Read More

Bowling Fellowship

Recreation & Men’s Ministries are planning a bowling fellowship, Saturday, March 17. Save the Date. If you are interested in attending, please sign your name on the list located on the Church Office door. More details to come.

Transition Class

The Transition Class extends an invitation to study God’s Word with them. For the next 3 weeks the class will concentrate on 21 Answered Prayers of The Bible (Articles of Faith 1 and 2). All are …Read More

New or Gently Worn Clothing

Special Needs Ministry is collecting new or gently worn, hats, scarves, gloves, socks and blankets for the homeless.  Kindly, place your items in the box located at the back of the sanctuary near the …Read More


 Annual Congress of Christian Education
April 30 - May 4, 2018
6:30 - 9:00pm Nightly!
​Galilee Baptist Church, 2101 Shadyside Ave, Suitland, MD 20746
The flyer and additional information is forth coming.


The Mount Airy online giving platform is operational! Use the Donate button for the two links to process your tithes and offerings as well as general donations online via PayPal Contribute. 


March Health News U Can Use

Historical Women Healers and Quotes

In this era of health awareness, women are still the ones who lead the conversations. There are many reasons for this. Often, women are the ones who suffer the most from health issues or who are the ones who care for their sick relatives. Yet, in the past, women were not heard or encouraged to speak up, even when they had the most challenging of times with their health.  One report describes some of these female health concerns as follows:
Historically, life was particularly difficult for most women.  Aside from the numerous dangers and diseases, women became wives and mothers often when they were just emerging from their own childhood.  Many women had a large number of pregnancies which may or may not have been wanted. In the past, childbirth itself was risky and not infrequently, led to the death of the mother.
Most women in the past did not live long enough to be concerned about menopause or old age. In 1900, a woman's life span was about 50 years. Now, in the new millennium, average life expectancy for American women is 82 years of age, and it is
continuing to rise. Not only are women living longer, but they also can anticipate the possibility of enjoying a better quality of life throughout their span of years. In order to accomplish this, it is essential that women take charge of their own bodies and that they comprehend how they can maximize their personal health and fitness.
Taking charge of one’s body is easier when there are resources, such as doctors.  For many women, there were not always physcians for women to visit, and not always health care providers of color, much less black women doctors.  Yet women always found a way. Here are brief bios of two historical black women doctors who were dedicated, inspired and found a way to help and make a difference healing others. Read more...


Summer Interns 2018

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Summer Interns 2018
The US Department of Education is recruiting for summer interns for 2018!  Please pass onED's summer internship application.

ED offers internship opportunities for students seeking valuable work experience in government and federal education policy, research, and administration.  In addition to the opportunities within their offices, students also are encouraged to participate in ED-sponsored intern events, such as a brown-bag lunch series with senior ED officials, tours of D.C. landmarks, professional development and resume-writing workshops, and social activities. 
Interning at ED makes it easy to take advantage of the Department's location in the heart of the nation's capital!
Applications for summer internships are due by March 15. The application is available at
International applicants: please see our updated requirements. The Department of Education (ED) offers internships for students interested in seeking valuable work ...

Please also share the application on social media, using the hashtag #DCInterns !
Yours Truly,
Denise M. Joseph, M.A.
Education Consultant
Youth Advocate
Notary Public
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Phillips Programs School Job Fair/Open House

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At PHILLIPS we believe every child can overcome adversity. We work to ensure that youth with a variety of challenges and strengths, and their families, benefit from ...
Open House/Job Fairs

Annandale -March 8,  4pm -6pm 
Laurel - March 21, 4pm - 6pm
Fairfax - March 22, 4pm - 6pm

If you can't attend, email resume and letter of interest to

JOB Posting (Summer Youth) Prince Georges County

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Prince George’s County Government’s Youth@Work/Summer Youth Enrichment Program (SYEP) is a six-week, entry-level introduction to public service for the youth of ...

5 Tips for Fixing Your Resume

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