Grace Notes – 3/13/19

Join us for our Lenten Series
Special thanks for Christy Irwin for her vision and design for the altar and chancel decorations for this series!
We’re Hiring!
SPRC  is ready to hire our next administrative assistant. Will you help spread the word? Candidates may apply here.

Successful candidates will need to be patient, reliable, have an attention to detail, and possess good listening skills. The position also requires a high level of efficiency, flexibility, and discretion. This person must hold a high school diploma. Some college work preferred. Strong written communication skills and computer skills are necessary. Familiarity with the following programs is helpful: Microsoft Office (especially Word & Excel), Outlook email, MailChimp, Breeze Church Database, WordPress website, and Facebook. This person also will be self-motivated, able to work independently without supervision, good at multi-tasking, and able to prioritize projects.

Our church has a mission of Welcoming ALL to grow in grace together and to share God’s love on campus, in our community, and in our world, and we would love to welcome a person to our team to help us fulfill this mission. The hours will be M-F 8:30am – 12:30pm. If you would like to receive a full job description to review before you apply, please email

UMCOR Sunday – This Sunday’s Above & Beyond Giving

This Sunday is UMCOR Sunday, and we want to remind you that even though writing a check or putting cash in the offering doesn’t feel exciting, you really ARE making a difference.

Your donations to UMCOR on this Special Sunday help:

There are countless other stories about seeing God’s work in action through UMCOR. We want you to know that​ it is something we can do together to help​ give relief and spread God’s love throughout the world.

Your gifts on UMCOR Special Sunday underwrite UMCOR’s “costs of doing business.” This helps UMCOR keep the promise that 100% of any gift to a specific project will go toward that mission, not administrative costs.This is such an important gift and one that we can do together. ​Let’s make a difference, together.

Doing Good Friday – 4/19
Good Friday is the day in the Christian tradition where we remember the tragedy and sacrifice of Jesus Christ’s death on the cross. He was murdered because of his relentless service toward others and how it challenged (and threatened) the status quo. The cross reminds us to serve others as Jesus did and to share the grace we receive from Christ with others.

This year we are going to “do” Good Friday a little bit differently. Instead of having a formal worship service, we are going to spend the day going out and serving others. Doing Good Friday will be our chance to reflect on how the cross shapes our lives while making a difference in our community.

We will have both morning and afternoon shifts with a variety of projects and lunch is provided. You can come for all day or part of the day!

If you have any questions, contact Missions & Social Justice Chair, Britt Bradley.

To RSVP as a volunteer or to submit a request for a service project that you need done, please fill out this form:

Upper Room Devotional – March/April are here!
Did you know there are Upper Room Devotionals in the office or at the south entrance and they are free to you? They come out every other month and guide you through daily prayer and devotion. Come by and grab one!
Great Plains Connect
Each week the Great Plains Annual Conference publishes their weekly email announcements just like we do for Grace. We will be giving you all a link to this content if you would like to read it. Click here to read this week’s addition!

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