Announcements for March 11

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This Week at GraceEvents and ministry opportunities this week at Grace

Welcome to Grace Class – Tonight, 6:00-7:30pm

Eldership Class – Monday, 7:00-8:30pm

Women’s Spring Study – Monday, 7:00-8:30pm

LIFEgroups – Tues, Wed, Thurs, Sun evenings (meet in homes around the area)

Elevate (7th-12th grade youth) – Wednesday, 7:00-9:00pm

Women’s Spring Study – Thursday, 9:30-11:00am

Porterbrook Class – Saturday, 7:00-10:30pm (Reading God’s Story-Introduction to Exposition and Biblical Theology)

Baptism – We are thrilled to be able to witness and participate in today’s baptisms! If witnessing them today raises questions in you…we would love to sit down and discuss those questions or thoughts when it is convenient for you. The church office can be contacted at 547-0065 or office@greenvillegrace.org.

Worship Workshop – Are you currently on a worship team (or might like to be) but would like to learn a little more about the why behind what we do as we lift up the name of our Savior on Sunday mornings? We are hosting a one day worship workshop here at Grace on March 24. Cost is $10/participant. Sign-up today by visiting www.greenvillegrace.org/worshipworkshop/ or speak to Jason Bradshaw for more details.

Mom’s Clothing Exchange – On April 14th from 10:00-11:30am, Grace Women’s Ministry is hosting a clothing exchange. Come and bring clothing your children have outgrown to give away, and/or take clothing your children can use. We accept maternity and children’s clothing sizes 0 – 10. Also, bring your favorite brunch item to share! For more info, contact Charity Wright (937.423.4771 or charity@greenvillegrace.org).

Porterbrook (April class) – Okay…so you get that the Gospel is a personal thing. But how should it affect our walk as we gather collectively as the church? On April 21st at 7am, Grace is offering a class on just that! There are supplies that you will need and homework that you will need to do in advance, so we need to know by March 11th if you would like to join the class. To get more details and/or signup, please contact the church office @ 547-0065 or office@greenvillegrace.org and ask for Danny Wright. Cost for the class is $25.

Friday Night Seminar – We hear so many competing voices from our culture that make it difficult to shape our lives around scripture while not being influenced by those voices. Please join us on April 27th @ 7pm here at the church for a one-night free seminar that will center around just who we are and what we have been designed by God to do while we are here doing this thing called life. The night is simply called “Who Am I?” and we will explore the design of man and the desire of God from Genesis 1-3. All are welcome to attend. While the event is free, we are requiring all participants to pre-register. To register contact the church office @ 547-0065 or visit: www.greenvillegrace.org and click on the ‘Who Am I’ banner on the home page.

Castine Food Bank Items for March – Soup beans and Rice

(place donated items in the bin labeled ‘Feed the Poor’ in the narthex)

2012 General Fund Giving – Average Weekly giving thru 02/26: $7130

Average Weekly need for 2012: $7739

Beyond GracePartnering with local churches, individuals and ministry organizations in the proclamation of the Gospel

Clay Hole (Clay Hole, KY) - Please be in prayer for Henry Wilson and his family as they shepherd the flock in Breathitt County, Kentucky.  They have a desire for people in their community to find their identity and trust not in themselves or a government agency but solely in Christ alone. Pray that they have discernment and creativity as they minister to those in one of the poorer counties in America and that their efforts would bear much Gospel fruit for many generations to come.

Grace Community (Huber Heights) - Pray for Pastor Bob Foote as he leads the body that the Lord has brought together in Huber Heights. Pray that their open gym ministry that has been gaining popularity and momentum in the community would be a fertile ground for true Gospel conversations to take place in that it would result in seeing men in the community come to faith in Christ.

 

 

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