Church Cook-Out and Pool Party: June 26

Grab your lawn chairs and pool towels, and join us at the College Hill Pool. We gather from 6-8 pm on Sunday, June 26, for a cookout and pool party.

The church is bringing the grill and providing the meat. You bring a side to share, a chair for sitting, and pool gear if you want to swim. Swimming is free.

Bring your friends and family!  The pool address is 304 Circle Drive, 67218.

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Bus Tickets and Morning Worship: June 15

Each month Grace distributes bus tickets to people in our community. This happens on the 15th of the month, or if the 15th is a weekend, we meet the Friday before.

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 am, and a brief worship service with communion follows.

Everyone is invited to stay for worship. The worship service ...

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Laundry Love: June 12

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, June 12.

Want to know more?  Contact Catherine Neelly Burton in the church office, 684-5215.

 

 

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Sunday Morning Preaching Schedule for June

June 5           

Catherine Neelly Burton preaches this Sunday, and we celebrate the sacrament of communion. During the 10 am, hour we begin our “In the Flesh” series, and the sermon connects to the month long series.  The text for the day is John 1:1-6, 14.

June 12          

Catherine Neelly Burton preaches. We continue our “In the Flesh” series at 10 am.  The scripture for worship is Ecclesiastes 1:2-11.

June 19  

Catherine Neelly Burton preaches. This is the third week of our “In the Flesh” Sunday ...

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In the Flesh: Conversations with Doctors

Grace Presbyterian is a Christian Church. This statement shouldn’t surprise you.  We’re a Christian Church, yet occasionally Gnosticism slips into our lives. Gnosticism is the ancient Greek religion that, among other things, teaches that the body is bad and the soul is good.

God made humans and calls us good. God chose to take on flesh and live among us as a human. We know that there is much to celebrate about being human, about having bodies. As Episcopal priest Barbara ...

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