A Cookie Thank You!

Thank you!

Thank you for baking and delivering cookies to our neighbors earlier this month. Enjoy these notes from church members who took cookies into the community:

  • It wasn’t easy finding the entrance to Robinson Middle School with all of the construction going on, but when I rang the bell and announced I was delivering cookies from Grace Presbyterian Church I got right in. I gave them to receptionist in main office. When she asked who they were for, I just told ...
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Overcoming Fear

Written by Jennifer Snook, Director of Children’s Ministries

According to psychology, a child is only born with two innate fears: the fear of falling and the fear of loud noises. All other fears are learned behaviors.

Fear is a common mountain the Christian climbs whether he is a child or an adult. Children give adults an opportunity to grow in the discipline of handing over fears to a God who is big enough to handle them, because children are not afraid to ...

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Bus Tickets and Morning Worship: February 12

Each month Grace distributes bus tickets to people in our community. This typically happens on the 15th of the month but will be February 12 this month. (The buses will not run on February 15 because of President’s Day.)

Volunteers and those receiving tickets begin to gather around 7 am in the Grace alcove. Guests are greeted with smiles, coffee, water and a place to sit. Tickets are distributed at 8:30 am, and a brief worship service follows. Everyone is invited ...

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Laundry Love: February 14

Show some LOVE this Valentine’s Day with Laundry Love.

Laundry Love is our monthly mission-evangelism initiative when we go to College Town Laundry at 3223 E 17th St, by the WSU Campus, and pay for laundry for people.

We’d love for you to join us. We’ll be there from 2:30 – 5:30 pm on Sunday, February 14. Want to know more? Contact Catherine Neelly Burton, catherine@mygpc.org or 684-5215.

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IGNITE Mission Night: Overflow Shelter Meal

On January 27, members of the IGNITE high school youth group prepared and served a meal for the Interfaith Homeless Overflow Shelter. They chopped vegetables, decorated cupcakes, cooked meat, and made a feast to share with our brothers and sisters downtown.

Thank you to Kirk Anderson for arranging this, for adult volunteers for supervising and driving, and to our youth who made it happen!

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