WE WILL BE TAKING OUR CHANGE OFFERING ON THE LAST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH, SEPTEMBER 29.
Our Change Offering is to benefit our GCC Building Fund. And remember: “Every little bit helps”!!
“YOU BELONG HERE” SUNDAY
MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON !!
Our Coffee Talk Group meets in the Ministry Center Gathering Room every Thursday from 10:00—11:30 AM.
All are welcome to this time of gathering and sharing of our lives together.
For more information, contact the church office (547-3626 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Grace Is Greater: God’s Plan to Overcome Your Past, Redeem Your Pain, and Rewrite Your Story
We’ve all experienced failures, bitterness, or setbacks. We carry unseen burdens that rob us of joy, keep us from praying, and even cause us to doubt God.
God’s grace is greater. Even when it doesn’t make sense. Even when it doesn’t feel fair. God’s grace covers everything we’ve done. And the best way (perhaps the only real way) to understand it, is to experience it.
Grace is Greater will remind you that no sin is so great, no bitterness so deep that God’s grace cannot transform your heart and rewrite your story.
Our Fall Small Groups Study will begin soon!
IF YOU SHOP ON AMAZON, PLEASE MAKE YOUR PURCHASES THROUGH AMAZON SMILE AND DESIGNATE GREENFIELD COVENANT CHURCH AS YOUR CHARITY. THEN, EVERY PURCHASE YOU MAKE RESULTS IN A DONATION TO OUR CHURCH.
See Alan Easton for more information email@example.com or Phone: 831-0246
SCRIPTURE READINGS FOR NEXT SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 2019
Jeremiah grieves the destruction of his people, who insisted on worshiping idols, but for whom there is now no salvation.
A lament for the land of Israel which has been destroyed by foreign nations, and for the temple which has been desecrated, and a plea for God’s forgiveness, compassion and restoration.
1 Timothy 2:1-7:
Paul calls for believers to pray for all people, including leaders, reminding them of Christ’s pleading for us with God – for which Paul has been called as an apostle to the Gentiles.
Jesus parable of the shrewd manager who wins social capital and his master’s commendation through the act of radical, inappropriate, forgiveness.