Do Justice; Love Mercy; Walk Humbly with God

Scripture for the Week

Bible

The Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 22, verses 36-40:

"Teacher, which commandment in the law is the greatest?" [Jesus replied], "'You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.' This is the greatest and first commandment, and a second is like it: 'You shall love your neighbor as yourself.' On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets."

Ways You Can Serve

Make a DifferenceIf you are wondering about short-term projects where you can make a great contribution to others, check out Opportunities.

New Members!

Check the picture album for pictures of (most of) the new members who joined our church on 19 October.

Thantastic ThursdaysDining

We restart our Thantastic Thursdays in October with a Culinary Bang!

  • October 16: We will host the VMI Brass Quintet as a musical delight.
  • October 19: "3rd Sunday" brunch. Ham, Belgian waffles & other delectables after the 11am service.
  • October 23: No Thantastic Thursday, but come for the brunch on the 19th.
  • October 30: We round out the month with a presentation featuring the work, mission and witness that United Way does in our community and beyond.

The price of the meal remains at $6 per person and $16 per family! Don't miss any of the good programs and delicious meals offered at Thantastic Thursdays!

Annual Rafiki Sale

African missionOctober 25, Grace Presbyterian Church, 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Come select items from baskets, linens, jewelry, carved and inlaid wood items, clothing and much more made by African widows for the support of the Rafiki mission.

Jubilation!Thank you!

A hearty THANK YOU to all our generous givers of time, talents & treasure in 2014. Click for a chart of our ministry support year-to-date.

(Unfortunately this chart only covers "treasure;" countless hours of loving volunteer service are not included.)

Project 225 Updates

Session has chosen to name initiatives designed to move us toward the church we want to be "Project 225." Why 225? Because 225 years ago this congregation was organized. Naming this venture "Project 225" is a way of acknowledging where we have been while also focusing upon today and the future as the arena in which we live out our faith.

Check the bulletin board in the foyer by the elevator lobby to see ongoing projects and status.

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