COVID-19: As a result of Covid-19 all of our worship experiences will take place online. Our staff and leaders will serve on a modified schedule in the building. If you have any questions or needs please contact us via email at email@example.com or call 301-679-1100.
Sunday Worship Services In Person
Sunday Worship Services Online
Tuesday Night Bible Study Online
Kingdom Students Ministries
The motto of the 5,000-church membership is, “We are making kingdom disciples to make a kingdom difference.” Kingdom Fellowship is the 4th largest Church within the AME denomination. Currently, there are three worship services each Sunday. Kingdom Fellowship owns and operates a 125,000 square-foot tower that leases to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration along with other businesses, including insurance, legal and technological companies. The Church has also acquired a twelve-acre campus and is in the process of building a new worship center along with an adjacent 100,000 square-foot office building that is being repurposed for commercial and community use. In addition to the thousands that attend worship in-person, thousands more stream the worship services on-line each week.
Reverend Matthew L. Watley
Rev. Matthew Lawrence Watley is the Senior Pastor of Kingdom Fellowship AME Church in Silver Spring, Maryland, and formerly was the Executive Minister of Reid Temple AME Church North and D.C. Locations. A third-generation preacher, businessman, lecturer and author, he is nationally and globally recognized as an innovative thinker who constantly explores new ways to reach the unsaved by using spiritual, political, and economic empowerment techniques. Rev. Watley has proven he has the strategic vision necessary to guide an organization through continual change.
I can’t say enough about what this church has meant to me especially over the past few years where my mother has been ill. Reverend Loxley and Pastor Watley continue checking up on me; offering support that I haven’t found in other churches.
Watching service online, bible study, especially the courageous conversation shows the innovative ways you (the church) came together to provide us different ways of worship.