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October 2016 Newsletter


~ Sunday, October 2nd:  Potluck lunch after the service.  Bring a dish to share and stay after the 10:30 a.m. service for lunch and fellowship time!


~ Saturday, October 8th: Saturday Night Sisters at 8 p.m. at the Fletcher’s house. Ladies, please join us as we fellowship and read God’s Word together!


Also mark your calendars for the following upcoming Grace Church women’s events:


~ Saturday, November 12th: Thanksgiving brunch at Liz Sulonen’s house from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.  Bring a dish to share if you would like and please RSVP to Liz.


~ Saturday, December 10th: Women’s Christmas Dinner and Ornament Exchange at 6 p.m. at the chapel. Bring a wrapped ornament to exchange and come for an evening of fellowship and fun!  This is a great evangelistic opportunity, so feel free to invite family and friends.


~ Sunday, October 16th: Fellowship dinner at the chapel at 5:30 p.m., followed by an evening service at 6:30.  Bring a dish to share and enjoy dinner, fellowship, singing, and teaching!


~ Sundays at 9 a.m.:  Currently, we are continuing our “Big Picture” study of the redemptive history God’s work among His people. No study materials needed.  All are welcome!


~ Wednesday evenings at 7:30:  All church prayer meeting.  We set aside this time during the week to pray together as a church body.  All ages are welcome to join in praising and thanking God as well as addressing specific prayer requests.




~ Scheduling for the men’s weekly small-group Bible study is in progress.  Men, if you are interested in attending, please contact Carl to give him your first and second choices of day of the week and time of day.  


~ Yearly Bible reading plan: The elders encourage the body to read the Scriptures.  A unique way we can do this together is to follow a year-long Bible reading plan.  If you would like to be a part of this, there are copies of the reading plan on the welcome table in the front corner of the multi-purpose room.  Contact Carl Fletcher or Mike Akin if you have questions. 


~ Do you have produce, clothes, or other items you would like to share with the body?  Please set out food items on a folding table by the kitchen.  Non-food items can be set out on a folding table by the nursery at our monthly evening meeting.  Books and media will need to be approved by the elders in advance.  Please be responsible for cleaning up anything you bring.



Happy Birthday!

Wanda Lapeere ~ October 14th

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