The next few weeks are a significant time for us at Grace. The Rev. Harry Currie, candidate for Lead Minister, Vision and Worship, will be with us for an open house and to preach for the call, then there will be a congregational meeting to vote on whether to extend a call. With those coming events in mind, there are some important details we need to inform you about.
On Sunday, November 12, the Lead Minister Search Committee distributed the name and biography of the lead minister candidate: Rev. Harry Currie. There will be a chance to meet Rev. Currie at Grace on Saturday, November 25, and on the following day, Sunday, November 26, he will be preaching for a call. On Sunday, December […]
There is so much happening at Grace Church! Click here to read the October newsletter, sent October 31, 2017.
A look back at Martin Luther’s protest 500 years ago, and a brief exploration of the Reformation and what it means for the church today.
As you’ve no doubt heard, the Lead Minister Search Committee recommended a candidate to Session, who agreed to invite the candidate to preach for a call. Since a call is not a process that happens very often in a church, we thought we would provide a few details to let you know what the process […]
In November you will be asked to discern whether the Lead Minister candidate is the right candidate for Grace, so we thought it would be worth offering a refresher of the work Grace has been doing, the direction Grace is going, and the role the Lead Minister candidate is being asked to fill.
There is so much happening at Grace Church! Click here to read the September newsletter, sent September 28, 2017.
Whether you missed the congregational meeting, or just wanted a refresher of the information that was shared, we’ve posted details from the presentations.
The Beltline Ministry Team hosted their first After Work Coffee House on Friday, September 15 at Caffe Beano. The coffee house provides an opportunity for 18- to 25-year-olds to explore some big questions of faith by searching for God’s fingerprints in daily life experiences.
Students in our English Language Learner program demonstrate incredible hard work and dedication. Here’s a recent story shared by one of our teachers.