Bus Tickets and Morning Worship: January 15

Each month Grace distributes bus tickets to people in our community. This happens on the 15th of the month (or the Friday before the 15th if it falls on a weekend.)

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 to stay for worship, which includes communion.The worship ...

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From the Pastor’s Desk: January 27

Dear Grace Community,

Are you wondering ‘What to Expect When Your Pastor is Expecting?’ My February 21 due date is fast approaching, and while it’s exciting, it does raise some questions. You’ve asked me a wide range of questions, and I’ll try to cover some of the most common ones.

  • Will I take a maternity leave?
    • The Grace personnel policy allows for an eight-week maternity leave, and it is my plan to take eight weeks. If the baby isn’t early, my last day ...
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Thank you, Elders, Deacons, and Trustees! Welcome New Officers!

In January we ordain and install new officers, which means we say goodbye to men and women who have served faithfully. From the Session we bid farewell to Fred Heismeyer, Maggie McIntire, Betsy Ross, and Bill Vavra. Leaving the deacons are Bert Barrett, Hugh Ekengren, Bruce Gealy, and Lois Hubbard. Completing terms on the Board of Trustees are Joyce Heismeyer, Laurie Mulford, and Randy Routsong.

We say thank you to Bob Ross who completes a year serving as our church treasurer.

Our ...

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Laundry Love: January 10

It’s time for our monthly Laundry Love!

This is when we go to College Town Laundry at 3223 E 17th St, by the WSU Campus, and pay for laundry for people. This is a mission of our evangelism team, and we’d love for you to join us. We’ll be there from 2:30 – 5:30 pm on Sunday, January 10. Want to know more? Contact Catherine Neelly Burton, email or 684-5215.

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Yellow Bag Sundays: January 2016

Each month on the first Sunday, you’re encouraged to take home a re-usable yellow grocery bag, put some non-perishable items in it, and bring it back the next week, or soon thereafter. This month our contributions go to the food pantry at Mount Vernon Presbyterian Church. Consider bringing proteins such as peanut butter, beans, chili, etc.

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