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Meeting Time

Sunday Mornings at 10:50am

26A East Broad Way, Lovettsville Virginia

Sunday's Message

The question we need to ask is this: "What is the wise thing to do?"

Where We Meet

At the corner of Broad Way and Loudoun Street, in the heart of Lovettsville, VA

Musicians Needed

Catoctin Bible Church is seeking experienced Christian musicians for our modern worship team.

Please Contact Worship Director Jeremiah at JeremiahMc [at] me.com


Welcome to Catoctin Bible Church

We meet at 10:50 am on Sunday mornings. Our church building is located at  26A East Broad Way (at the corner of Broad Way and Loudoun Street).

"Our mission is to lead people to know Christ as their personal Savior and grow in their relationship with Him."

People visit for different reasons. There's an emptiness in their life, they have a question about the Bible, a friend invited them, or they're just curious. Whatever your reason, we're looking forward to seeing you.


Our Sunday morning meetings are designed to make visitors feel comfortable.

It's our first step in getting to know you and sometimes the only chance to make you comfortable enough to want to come back. Going some place new can sometimes feel awkward so we want to put you at ease.

John 20:31 "But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in His name."


Our heart's desire is for you to come to the place in your life where you really understand that you need a Savior.

People spend their lives searching for truth, listening to all the voices telling them there is no truth, getting all their info and direction from people who sound right but whose lives are all wrong. It's hard to admit that we don't have all the answers. It's even harder when hurting things happen in life and we wonder where God is.

During those times people make the mistake of running from God instead of running to Him. Some just live life numbed, keeping busy with things that really don't matter so they can avoid facing the truth of their empty life. Others think they're just too bad, they've done too many things wrong, that God wouldn't want them... they just don't really understand the grace of God, how none of us deserve what God wants to freely give us. They don't know it, but they have it all wrong about God and about life. Others think they don't need God, they have everything they need. Where they live makes them important, the job, the position, the money, is all they need. Until the emptiness, the boredom creeps in, so they have to experience the next thrill to keep going. There are always counterfeits in life, and that's what their life really is.