Back to the Future
October 1, 8, 15
O God, our help in ages past,
our hope for years to come…
Isaac Watts wrote these familiar hymn lyrics in 1719, but they still ring true today. Over the next three weeks, worship will be centered around our stewardship by using the framework of our past, present, and future.
Come to worship and see how God invites us to look back and to look ahead in order to be present now, and how these views invite us into generosity and faithfulness.
Kick off a congregation-wide Neighboring Initiative, sign up for Neighbor Group, and celebrate God’s call to love our actual neighbors.
Every year on the second Sunday in September, Grace hosts “Bluegrass Sunday” to kick off the week of the Walnut Valley Festival in town. We feature Carp Camp, a celtic-inspired band who camps together during the Festival. Wear your tie-dye and stay for a potluck after worship. It’s our biggest Sunday of the year with folks coming to worship from all over the country who are in town for the Festival.
August 27 – 9/10
Who am I?
Where do I fit?
What difference do I make?
Join us for this series to explore God’s claim and invitation in our lives.
June 11 – August 13
This summer in worship we will kick off a series on Compassion: Learning to Love Like God. The scripture will be in line with the children’s Sunday School curriculum, so it is a chance for a church-wide look at how we can tangibly be more compassionate in our world today. The more I talk to you all, the more I hear that you want the tools of how to share God’s love. This is a step in that direction. We will have practical action steps every week for us to put our compassion skill into action. You won’t want to miss this opportunity in worship this summer.