Announcements for March 1st

The information that follows is meant to serve any and all that are ‘formally’ or ‘informally’ a part of the family of  Greenville Grace Church. If this is applicable to you, read on! If you’ve found us by ‘mistake’, please, read on, but also know that we’d like to take this opportunity to invite you visit us! We hold 2 services each Sunday at 9 and 11am at 4805 SR 49 S, Greenville, OH. We would love to get to know you!

TODAY’S TEXT : MATTHEW 6:9-13   |   PREACHER : JOHN POPE (Refuge City Church; Dayton, OH)

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC TEAM | We have a medical/dental and construction team currently in the Dominican Republic to work with SCORE International. Please be in prayer for them and their ministry this week. The team will be gone from February 27th-March 6th . Members of the team from our church body are: Mike & Linda Fourman; Noah Sherry; Joe & Brooke Boyer; Chris Denlinger; Brian, Brenda, & Grant Miller; Gregg Dyke; and Michael Coate. Other’s some from Grace may know are Ryan & Michelle Bundenthal and Logan Halderman. There are also 11 students from Cedarville University joining our team.

DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME | Regardless of the white stuff outside, Daylight Savings Time means that spring is just around the corner…longer days and warmer weather! Make sure you set your clocks forward on Saturday night so you don’t miss a minute of service next Sunday morning.

GOSPEL AT WORK  |  Men and young men of Grace: Many Christians fall victim to one of two main problems when  it comes to our jobs. Either they are idle in their work or they have made an idol of their work.  Whatever work you do,  these two mind-sets are deadly misunderstandings of how God intends for us to think about our work.  Join us at Men’s Training for a four week series starting March 23. Together we will unpack the powerful ways that the gospel can transform how we do our jobs.

COMMUNION |  If you know Christ as your savior, we invite you to join us on April 3rd (Good Friday) @ 6:30 for a communion service. We would love to celebrate the Lord’s death, burial, and resurrection with you, and hope you will take advantage of the  blessing to joining us.  (Childcare will be available.)

GIVING ENVELOPES  |  In need of giving envelopes for the year?  You can visit the Welcome Center and let them know or you  can use the comment card in your bulletin to write out your name & giving number. If you do not have a number and would like one, please let us know. Place the comment card in the comment box and your envelopes will be ready for pick up at the Welcome Center the next Sunday.

Long Story Short  | This week’s lesson: Week 42 (The Great Commission). Your Children’s Church teacher will spend time working through the basic storyline of this week’s lesson. The lessons in Old Story New (the book all of our classes use) are broken into 5 days to help facilitate a consistent, Gospel-centered family devotion time in your home. Copies of the book are available at the Welcome Center or by contacting the church office @ 937.547.0065.

Castine Food Bank Items for March |  Cereals (hot or cold)

FINANCIAL Giving  | Average thru 2/22 — $7505| 2015 wkly need — $7841

It is our intention that you find the above information accurate and applicable to your walk with Christ… for the purposes of bringing glory to God alone. If you have any questions about anything that you’ve read here…from, “Hey that’s not accurate!”… to, “Why in the world would God be the only One to get any glory anyway…?” Please feel free to contact us. Our church office phone number is 937-547-0065 and our general information email is office@greenvillegrace.org. The only bad question is the one not asked…especially when it comes to how it could affect your eternity! If you don’t have any questions, but would like to learn more about us we’d like to invite you to visit our website, where you’ll find leadership bio’s and testimonies, sermon audio and links to resources and events that we feel will help you in your walk with Christ. Thanks again for visiting and we pray that your life is lived out in such a way that God receives the praise and honor that He’s due…(which is all of it). Have a great day!

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