On August 7, 2004, there was a groundbreaking celebration on the church’s new property in Fort Washington, and the dedication of Victory House, a shelter for victims of domestic violence.
On February 6th, 2005, we crossed out of Oxon Hill into “Canaan,” with a glorious caravan that stretched for miles to Upper Marlboro and our new home (formerly Melwood Mall). On September 16, 2006 at 11 a.m., the church celebrated and dedicated the new worship station.
Today, the Ark is home to some 3000 members and a host of dedicated and hardworking elders, deacons and ministers. Ministries include those for men, women, children & youth, singles, music & arts (including choirs, dance & step teams), intercessory prayer, street evangelism, the homeless, drama, speaking hands (deaf ministry), food pantry, bible study, community liaison and many more.
God has been faithful to the Ark, and we shall continue to be faithful to Him as we lovingly and fervently continue our work to strengthen and encourage believers and work to “Rescue the Perishing.”