This Week & More        

See our Calendar for future events.

Sunday, February 28:  
10:45am  Church Worship Service (We will also be live on our Facebook Page.)

     Please see Services to understand the guidelines we have in place for our service.

   1:00pm  Agape Myanmar Mission Church

   7:00pm  Zoom Fellowship *

  Wednesday, March 3:  

   7:00pm  Zoom Bible Study *

Sunday, March 7:  

10:45am  Church Worship Service (We will also be live on our Facebook Page.)

     Please see Services to understand the guidelines we have in place for our service.

   1:00pm  Agape Myanmar Mission Church

   7:00pm  Zoom Fellowship *

  Wednesday, March 10:  

   7:00pm  Zoom Bible Study *

  Thursday, March 11:  

   9:30am  Dare to Care Mobile Food Pantry

     The Mobile Food Pantry will be in our church parking lot at approximately 9:30am.

  Saturday, March 13: Turn your clocks ahead 1 hour before going to bed.  

  Sunday, March 14: Daylight Savings Time Begins   

10:45am  Church Worship Service (We will also be live on our Facebook Page.)

     Please see Services to understand the guidelines we have in place for our service.

   1:00pm  Agape Myanmar Mission Church

   7:00pm  Zoom Fellowship *

  Wednesday, March 17: St. Patrick's Day   

   7:00pm  Zoom Bible Study *

* Zoom is a free video conferencing program which can be downloaded at https://zoom.us/download#client_4meeting.

​           Opportunities          

Annie Armstrong Easter Offering®
    Throughout March we will be collecting for the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering®. Please pray about providing an offering.
    Annie Armstrong (1850–1938) was born in Baltimore at a time when women were not expected to lead. She served, challenged churches to action and rallied support for missionaries. Ultimately, Annie was recognized as a national Southern Baptist trailblazer renowned for visionary missions leadership.

      Here are some of the contributions she made to missions:

  • Started Bay View Mission for Baltimore's poor and addicted

  • Served as the first executive of Woman's Missionary Union

  • Raised support for missionaries to Italian and Jewish immigrants

  • Initiated fund-raising to build churches in Cuba

  • Gained support for the first black, female missionaries

  • Advocated for Native Americans and impoverished mountain people

  • Traveled across America in the late 1800s encouraging missionaries and inspiring churches to pray, give and act

     Today, over $1 billion has been given through the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering®. All gifts — 100% — support thousands of missionaries in church planting and compassion ministries across the U.S. and Canada.

​        Words of Wisdom       

     We live our lives in light of our projected futures. The future to which we aspire shapes our attitudes and decisions in the present. It's important to know where we are headed, for it tells us how to live in the present. That is as true of what we see to be our ultimate future — the issue of human destiny — as it is of our proximate futures. To live responsibly in the present requires that we be acquainted with our future end.

(Michael Williams)
 

     The duty of a theologian … is not to tickle the ear, but confirm the conscience by teaching what is true, certain and useful.

(John Calvin)

 

     When people cease to believe in something, they do not believe in nothing; they believe in anything.

(G.K. Chesterton)

 

     The chains of habit are too weak to be felt until they are too strong to be broken.

(Samuel Johnson)

          Communication          

We Want To Connect With You!

     Announcements of services, events and church information are on this website. Our Facebook page is facebook.com/gcbcky The Facebook " f " icon at the bottom right of each page takes you there. Facebook requires you have an account to view our page.
 

Becoming a Church Member

     If you are interested in becoming a member of our church family, contact the church office by phone at 502 361-2911 or by email. You may also let pastor Donnie know during the closing song at the Sunday Service. At your earliest convenience, pastor Donnie will make an appointment to discuss the process with you.

 

How to Receive Prayer Requests

     Prayer requests are sent out by email. To be added to receive these requests, please use the Receive Our Mailings form on our Home page.

Adding Someone to our Prayer List

     If you wish to add someone to the prayer list, please call the church at 502 361-2911 during regular office hours or use the Receive Our Mailings form on our Home page. Please let the church office know if someone can be removed from the prayer list. The list is published monthly with the church bulletin.

Receiving our Church Newsletter by Email

     Our newsletter is published monthly. If you are a member of GCBC and wish to receive the newsletter by email, please use the Receive Our Mailings form on our Home page. The Community Connections GCBC.ws Edition shows worship times instead of members' birthdays.

Providing Your Email Address to Us

     The most efficient way to notify members is by email. If the church office doesn't have your email address, please send it to us using the Receive Our Mailings form on the Home page. If you don't have email, we will always make our best effort to notify you of important updates by phone.

Send email to our Church Secretary, Sue Fields for information about Grace Community Baptist Church.
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