This Week & More       

  

See our Calendar for future events.

Please see Services & Bible Studies for more details.

  Wednesday, May 25:  

   6:30pm  Kids4Christ (Age 4 through 6th grade)

   6:30pm  3:6TEENS (Students, grades 7-12)

   Note:  Adult Bible Study will not meet this week.  

  Sunday, May 29:   

  9:30am  Sunday School (Classes for all ages.)
10:45am  Worship and KidsWorship
   1:00pm  Agape Myanmar Mission Church

  Monday, May 30: Memorial Day   

   Note:  The church office is closed.  

  Wednesday, June 1:  

   6:30pm  Kids4Christ (Age 4 through 6th grade)

   6:30pm  3:6TEENS (Students, grades 7-12)

   6:30pm  Adult Bible Study

    Donnie continues our study from the book Does God Want Us to Be Happy? by Randy Alcorn. Please read chapter 6 for this week. The book is available online for free at this link.

  Saturday, June 4:  

   8:00am  Men's Ministry Prayer Meeting

     The men of the church are invited to meet in the fellowship hall for a prayer meeting. Current world situations, at home and abroad, are discussed in a manner to better understand and pray for people in need.

  Sunday, June 5:   

  9:30am  Sunday School (Classes for all ages.)
10:45am  Worship and KidsWorship
   1:00pm  Agape Myanmar Mission Church
  Wednesday, June 8:  

   6:30pm  Kids4Christ (Age 4 through 6th grade)

   6:30pm  3:6TEENS (Students, grades 7-12)

   6:30pm  Adult Bible Study

    Our study from the book Does God Want Us to Be Happy? by Randy Alcorn continues. Please read chapter 7, which we will cover this week. The book is available online for free at this link.

​          Opportunities       

Community Outreach

     Along with Auburndale Baptist Church we will take part in a community outreach at Kenwood Elementary on the last day of school. We will serve refreshments to celebrate the fifth graders moving on to middle school. Be thinking and praying about your participation and watch for more details.

Pray For International Missions

     Kolkata, India - In one area of the city and its surroundings, there's a village that two mature believers have been visiting regularly. Pray for one family in this village who have been welcoming  these believers to their house during the past few months for a Bible study. This time includes 13 lessons to help the family members understand the truth about God and His plan for eternity that is
weaved throughout Scripture. There has been a lot of preaching of a false gospel in this area, so pray for soft hearts to the true gospel. Ask that the husband will continue to join the Bible study with his
wife and daughter and that the Spirit will open their eyes and hearts to understand that there is only one God and that it's only through believing and following Jesus alone that they can be reconciled to Him.

Encouragement & Inspiration 

     Whence comes this idea that if what we are doing is fun, it can't be God's will? The God who made giraffes, a baby's fingernails, a puppy's tail, a crooknecked squash, the bobwhite's call and a young girl's giggle has a sense of humor. Make no mistake about that.
(Catherine Marshall)

    As summer approaches, you may look forward to a more relaxed routine. But don't discard all your good habits and commitments! For soul care, try fixed hours of prayer. Simply expand the concept of praying at set times (such as before meals and bed) into praying regularly each morning, midday and evening. Set an alarm on your watch or phone and commit to engaging with God at the specified times. You can do this on your own or with family or friends.
    You can pray using Scripture verses, devotional guides, the Book of Common Prayer or a resource such as ExploreFaith.org. (When I'm tired or overwhelmed, it's helpful to pray someone else's words.) You might want to pray the same prayers morning, noon and evening for a week or a month. This practice isn't meant to replace spontaneous prayers. Instead, use fixed hours of prayer to nurture a consistent habit of conversing with God.
(Janna Firestone)

       Communication       

 
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Becoming a Church Member

     To become a member of our church family, contact the church office by phone 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.

Receiving our Church Newsletter by Email

     Members wishing to receive our monthly newsletter by email may email the church.

 
Prayer List Requests

     To receive prayer requests by email, please email the church.

    To add someone to the prayer list, call the church or email the office. Also, let us know if someone can be removed from the prayer list. The list is published in our church bulletin.

Providing our Email Address to Us

     The most efficient way to notify members is by email. If the church office doesn't have your information, please email us. If you don't have email, we will always make our best effort to notify you of important updates by phone.

Church Office Phone: 502 361-2911

Office Hours Mon-Fri 9am-3pm

Email Sue Fields (Secretary): gcbc@gcbc.ws