Hi, Grace Bible Church!
Here’s a brief rundown of what’s coming up over the next days and weeks at Grace:
Everyone is invited to join us for this next Family Membership Night (which will also serve as our Annual Meeting) on Tuesday, January 22nd. We’ll share a potluck dinner from 5:45-6:30 pm, followed by worship, prayer, and a meeting from 6:30-8:00 pm. This is an important time where we will look back at 2018 and forward into 2019, as well as affirm our new elder candidates and reaffirm current elders. Please RSVP through the link below so that we can plan for set up and childcare.RSVP HERE
We’re really excited to begin praying and looking into what God may want to do for young adults at Grace. This new ministry would be aimed at college age adults (18-24) and would likely be a weekly gathering. If you have a heart for college students and feel the Lord may be calling you to serve in this way, we will be having an informational & prayer meeting after church on February 3rd. There are no strings attached to this meeting, so you are by no means committed if you show up. We will also be providing lunch. If you’d like more information, or to RSVP, please contact Harrison Womack at email@example.com or 541-497-0269.
Are you new to Grace Bible Church? We would love to get to know you better and help you get connected to others. You are invited to join us for a Newcomer’s Lunch on February 10th following our Sunday gathering. Meet the elders and staff, and get an overview of the mission and vision of Grace Bible Church. Lunch will be provided and childcare will be available. Click the link below to register.Register Here
Due to the closing of The City, we have transitioned all online giving over to a new platform called Planning Center Giving. Please begin using Planning Center from now on for your online giving to Grace by clicking the link below. Thank you for supporting the ministry of Grace Bible Church!PLANNING CENTER GIVING
Jesus said, “By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another” (John 13:35). Love is an indispensable quality that must be a part of the Christian life, and is something that all faithful Christians must exhibit. But what do loving relationships really look like? How does love affect how we relate to others in the life of the church? How should love affect our leadership toward others? “Leading With Love” is a conference designed to explore those questions, as Alexander Strauch teaches us what Paul said to the church in 1 Corinthians 13. This conference will show you how the Bible’s teaching on love can help you improve your relationship skills, be more effective in the ministry God has called you to, and help you resolve conflict and division. Whether a leader in the church or not, we can all grow in our love for others. We hope you will join us as we study God’s Word together and learn how essential love is for you and your ministry.Register Here
A message and update from Orphanages of Kenya: One large bag of 12 oz. cans brings us $40, which is 1/3 of a sponsorship for a child. So far we have deposited 2 of these bags as well as some other deposits totaling about $40. We are so pleased to have started this venture, but we need more and more of our church attendees to bring their bottles and cans on Sunday morning after church. Our size church could fill 1-3 bags every week if we all get on board! Thank you for considering this and for supporting Orphanages of Kenya.
For more detailed information on how and what to donate, click on the “more information” button below.MORE INFORMATION
Did you miss last week’s sermon? Watch “The Church Prepared for Her Mission” from Acts 1:1-11.
This Sunday we will look together at Acts 1:12-26 as we continue our sermon series on the book of Acts. We encourage you to read ahead and come prepared to hear from God’s word.
Click the titles below to listen to the songs that we’ll sing this weekend, or even better, go subscribe to our Sunday’s Songs playlist on Spotify!
January Missionary Highlight | Eddie & Sarah Williams
Eddie Williams is the lead pastor of Bay City Church, a new church plant in San Francisco, CA. Eddie is a former NFL player and is husband to his wife Sarah and father to his three children, Emmanuella, Trevin and Naomi. Eddie is a Bay Area native who, along with his wife Sarah, has a passion to make followers of Jesus and better San Francisco. Bay City Church desires to help fulfill the Great Commission in San Francisco, aiming to see physical and spiritual improvement in the city by helping people trust in Jesus, honor God with their lives, and then helping these disciples make more disciples. Their mission is to tell the world about Jesus, and this is accomplished primarily through preaching and teaching the Bible and committing to authentic discipleship.