Exciting news! Grace will be offering two 3-week discipleship classes on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-7:45 during the month of May. Classes being offered are, "WANTED: FREEDOM SEEKERS!" (An introduction to Freedom Ministries, taught by Janie Haines) and "WANTED: PRAY-ERS!" (An introduction to the Prayer Ministry, taught by Heidi Potter). Scheduled dates are May 12th, 19th and 26th. Please check out our church calendar page for specific info on each class. Come grow with us! (No kids' ministry/nursery care will be available during the month of May, but youth group will be offered for teens in grades 6-12).
FIRST WEDNESDAY WORSHIP
Bring your family and join us in the church auditorium at 6:30 pm on the first Wednesday of each month for our "First Wednesday Worship" service. The worship team usually leads us in a time of worship, and then we learn from a brief message/teaching shared by various speakers each month. All are welcome!
FRIDAY NIGHT FIRE
Join us the 2nd Friday night of each month at 7 pm at The Warehouse (the youth building) at Grace for "Friday Night Fire!" This is time set aside to go deep, to worship, to pray, to hear from God, to be quiet. If you want to know God more, then this is for you! Why are we doing this? Because life is more than we can handle on our own. Because we need to know God, to hear His voice and be with Him in order to overcome! Because it's good to surround ourselves with people who are hungry for more of God! Come and experience!
PRAY FOR ME CAMPAIGN
Consider what it would look like to see a church without walls between the generations. Imagine a church where the generations are regularly coming together to pray for one another. The "Pray for Me Campaign" makes it possible for every student in our church to be prayed for! During the campaign, adults from our church become Prayer Champions and commit to a year of prayer for one student/family. Contact Kelli at or at 570-847-7938 if you would like to become involved. Let's link the generations through prayer!
Grace Youth Ministry is collecting items to deliver to the homeless in Harrisburg. They are accepting donations of beef jerky, trail mix, $5 Dunkin cards, pudding cups, applesauce cups, socks, toothpaste and bushes, deodorant, toilet paper, instant oatmeal packets, hot chocolate packets, hats, gloves, band aids, Advil, Benadryl, razors, protein bars, sanitary items for women and blankets. For more info or to help deliver the care packages contact Bill Hostler at 570-837-1270 or Sierra Zeigler at 570-837-9640. Thanks!