One of the best invitations I have ever heard is simply, "Come and See." It is one of my favorite invitations in the Bible. So I extend an invitation for you to "Come and See" what God is doing at Grace Presbyterian Church.
Grace Presbyterian Church is a warm and welcoming congregation that is open to all those who are seeking a life of faith. Wherever you are on your journey, come as you are to Grace Presbyterian Church. Come and See!
Rev. Thom Lamb
Join us for Worship each week as we worship ONLINE:
Sunday morning Worship Service:
10:00 am - Live Stream
Wednesday Evening Prayer Service:
7:00 pm - Wednesday Evening Prayer Service Live Stream
"Come grow with us!"
WORSHIP WITH US ONLINE SUNDAY'S AT 10AM
NEW MEMBER CLASSES
New Member Classes are on pause for now. Normally classes are at 10 am in the Fellowship Hall and include a light breakfast for to those attending. If you are interested in knowing more about our church and/or becoming a member of Grace Presbyterian, we encourage you to attend. If you are interested in membership before our next class, email Rev. Thom Lamb. Register below by filling out one per person attending.
THE BOOK OF THE EVERY OTHER MONTH CLUB
Currently on Pause!
Several folks have asked for a book study, so in response we want to offer an installment of the Book of the Every Other Month Club. We will begin reading right away and the first meeting will be in March. Sign up in the church office. All of the books are available on Amazon. If that poses a problem, we can order books through the church office - let us know if you need a book. The cost of the books will range from $11- $15. We will meet at my home (Thom Lamb) for ‘coffee,’ dessert and a discussion of the first book. Here are the first four books that have been selected.
March 20 at 6:30 pm - CANCELLED OR POSTPONED!
The Remarkable Ordinary: How to Stop, Look and Listen to Life, by Frederick Buechner ($11)
Based on a series of mostly unpublished lectures, Frederick Buechner reveals how to stop, look, and listen to your life. He reflects on how both art and faith teach us how to pay attention to the remarkableness right in front of us, to watch for the greatness in the ordinary, and to use our imaginations to see the greatness in others and love them well. As you learn to listen to your life and what God is doing in it, you will uncover the plot of your life’s story and the sacred opportunity to connect with the Divine in each moment.
May 22, 6:30 PM - CANCELLED OR POSTPONED!
The Return of the Prodigal Son: A Story of Homecoming, by Henri J. M. Nouwen ($13)
The bestselling Henri Nouwen title of all time! Over a million
copies sold worldwide. For all who ask, “Where has my
struggle led me?” or for those “on the road” who have had the courage to embark on the journey but seek the illumination, this work will inspire. A chance encounter with a reproduction of Rembrandt’s The Return of the Prodigal Son catapulted Henri Nouwen on a long spiritual adventure. Here he shares the deeply personal and resonant meditation that led him to discover the place within where God has chosen to dwell.
July 17, 6:30 PM - CANCELLED OR POSTPONED!
A Gospel of Hope, by Walter Brueggemann ($14)
Beloved and respected by scholars, preachers, and laity alike, Walter Brueggemann offers penetrating insights on Scripture and prophetic diagnoses of our culture. Instead of maintaining what is safe and routine, A Gospel of Hope encourages readers to embrace the audacity required to live out one’s faith. This must-have volume gathers Brueggemann’s wisdom on topics ranging from anxiety and abundance to partisanship and the role of faith in public life.
September 18, 6:30 PM
The Great Divorce, by C.S. Lewis ($12)
C.S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce is a classic Christian allegorical tale about a bus ride from hell to heaven. An extraordinary meditation upon good and evil, grace and judgment, Lewis’s revolutionary idea in the The Great Divorce is that the gates of Hell are locked from the inside. Using his extraordinary descriptive powers, Lewis’ The Great Divorce will change the way we think about good and evil.