Grace Presbyterian Church longs to make the amazing grace of the good news of the gospel known. As we look at the brokenness around us, in our relationships, work, world, and even our own hearts, we oftentimes are left asking, Who will make this right…who can make me right? The good news is that though we are unable to fix, mend, and heal, God is both able and willing. GPC is not a place of people who have it together, but rather a place of those who are seeking God’s amazing grace.
Wherever you find yourself in this journey, we will walk with you as God transforms us together and magnifies his grace in and through us.
Pastor Randy Edwards
Due to the inclement weather and changing situation, all Sunday services have been canceled for Sunday, March 1, 2015.
The Joel McClain Memorial Blood Drive is scheduled for February 7 from 9am to 1:30pm in the Fellowship Hall. You may sign up online here, or you may see or message Brea McClain to sign up.
Here’s a story from WFMY that Kevin McClain appeared in as a part of WFMY’s Holiday Blood Drive back in December.
It’s that time of year. Once again Grace High Schoolers and friends will be able to join Hope and Redeemer Youth for an annual Fall Retreat. You may view the flyer here. All participants from GPC must fill out a Grace Release Form and a Cedar Grove Release Form. Cost is $125 if you pay in full by October 19. A $25 deposit secures your spot. You may register online here.
How would you like to know those with whom you worship better? How about those whom you don’t know? Sign up for a Spring Dinner Group through March 2nd. We will be assigned to a group and the group’s leader will be in touch to schedule when you’ll meet this Spring. Hope to hear from you!
REGISTER FOR DINNER GROUPS HERE
Rooted in Grace is a weekend seminar or six week Sunday School class about the fundamentals of the Grace Presbyterian Church’s theology, government and ministry. If you are interested in participating or have questions about the class or church membership, please speak with Pastor Randy. You may sign up for the class online here.
You may view the congregational meeting financial report below. We are very grateful for how God has and continues to provide. You may view presentation here.
Here is a recording of “With All My Heart”. The lyrics are by Tonya Stanley and the tune is by Michael Kuehn. Enjoy!
From Christianity Today to Catalyst, the biblical call to “defend the cause of the fatherless” (Isaiah 1:17) is on hearts and minds of Christians in a way not seen in generations. Last year, the national Orphan Sunday campaign led by the Christian Alliance for Orphans helped stoke this movement to a new intensity, including more than 2,000 local Orphan Sunday events nationwide. The campaign aims for more than 2,000 events across America the first weekend of November, calling Christians to adoption, foster care and global orphan ministry.
More than 130 national and international organizations have joined forces in the Christian Alliance for Orphans to promote the campaign, including household names like Bethany Christian Services, Buckner, Focus on the Family, Show Hope and Family Life.
“Orphan Sunday calls the Church to make the Gospel visible,” said Jedd Medefind, President of the Christian Alliance for Orphans. “When Christians open their hearts and homes in adoption, foster care and global orphan ministry, we mirror the God who did the same for us.”
The website www.orphansunday.org serves as a hub for the campaign, offering event ideas, downloadable materials and ways individuals can partner with orphan-serving ministries to hold local events. The site also contains a map of the country that will highlight local events nationwide as they are scheduled.
There are more than 400,000 children in the foster system in the U.S. today, with over 100,000 waiting to be adopted. Globally, an estimated 17.8 million children have lost both parents. The Orphan Sunday campaign invites Christians to be God’s answer to these needs. “We set the lonely in families because God set us in His.”