May 11, 2020
Happy Monday! Here’s an update about all the things going on at Grace.
The church building is still closed and all church activities and ministries are still cancelled until further notice. Our leadership has formed a team to plan how and when to begin opening up for gatherings at Grace. We will be in communication about decisions as soon as possible!
Update from Pastor Craig
For more updates from Pastor Craig, sign up for Pastor Craig’s Friday Update.
In the hard times we are facing, there is no better place for the church to turn to than our God! Our 24-hour Day of Prayer event will start Monday, May 18 at 7 pm and end with a livestreamed hour of worship and prayer starting at 6 pm on Tuesday, May 19.
Click here to sign up for a 15-minute prayer slot! Check the box next to the time you want to pray, click the blue “Sign Up” button at the top, and then follow the instructions to confirm your spot through email. There are 2 slots for each prayer time, but please try to sign up for a slot that has not already been taken!
Sharing and Meeting Needs
If you are willing to help meet various needs, please sign up to serve. If you are in need of help, please let us know! If you connect with someone and they have a need (physical, financial, etc.), please email Kenton Durham (Pastoral Team Administrator).
If you are interested in helping Jessica Pollock make masks (sewing, donating supplies, or cutting fabric), please email Jessica Pollock.
During yesterday’s service we heard an update from our missionaries, Jim and Rachel Chambers! They are involved with medical ministry and church planting in Zambia. Click or tap below to watch their update.
- Sunday’s Sermon: “Small-Scale Sovereignty | Daniel 1:8-21”
- Bulletin 5/10.
- View the Grace In Prayer Guide for 5/6.
- View the anniversary and birthday list for May.
- Grace Worship Spotify Playlist
This is a time to continue to ask, seek, and knock. (Matthew 7:7-12) We do so with faith, knowing that our Father, the Lord of the Universe, is faithful to fulfill the promises He has made in His Word.
To quote from the passage that Pastor Josh preached on Sunday night to the youth, “Where does my help come from? My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of Heaven and Earth” (Psalm 121:1-2) This is our God. Mighty and all-powerful. Let us cast our burdens and anxieties upon Him for He is able.