Hi, Grace Bible Church!
Here’s a brief rundown of what’s coming up over the next days and weeks at Grace:
Our team is currently in Ukraine assisting the Reimers! We are so thankful to report that the team has been fully funded, but there are still associated program costs to cover. There will be a fireworks fundraiser after the service this Sunday, June 30th. All proceeds will go to help with those costs.
To celebrate eight years of God’s goodness and faithfulness in our existence as Grace Bible Church, we are going to have a church family barbecue after the service on July 14th! There will be games, inflatables, and great fellowship, and the menu will include hot dogs/veggie dogs, salads, watermelon and dessert. Please RSVP at the link below and also let us know if you can help out!RSVP HERE
We’re excited to announce this year’s youth summer camp! We’ll be heading out to Camp Elkanah in La Grande, OR from July 19 to July 22. Click the link below to get signed up!SIGN UP FOR CAMP
Registration is open for this year’s Vacation Bible School, which will be the week of August 12-15! This year our theme is “The Incredible Race: One Family, One Race, One Savior.” Click the link below to get your kids signed up!REGISTER FOR VBS
Please save these dates and plan to join us at these upcoming summer events: 8 Year Anniversary BBQ on July 14th, Student Ministries Summer Camp July 19th-22nd, Vacation Bible School August 12th-15th, and our Church Picnic on August 18th. Click the link below for more info.SUMMER EVENTS
Did you miss last week’s sermon? Watch “Rejecting the King” from Mark 12:1-12.
This Sunday we will look together at Matthew 20:1-16, as we continue our summer sermon series on the Parables of Jesus. 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!
June Missionary Highlight | Justin & Tamara Reimer
Justin and Tamara Reimer have a deep affection for seeing the gospel of Christ transform the lives of people impacted by disability. Prior to having children, the Reimers were preparing to be missionaries in Russia. Their first child, Elisha, was born with Down Syndrome and they began to invest in the disability community that they became a part of, ultimately founding The Elisha Foundation. God has graciously brought the calling to cross-cultural missions together with their passion for disability outreach by advancing their family to Ukraine. There they’ve built a team to serve those with special needs, and recently they were able to open the Imago Dei Center for People with Disabilities where they host many church-based outreaches, as well as service for those affected by disability.