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Update from the Elders 10-22-20

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Greetings Church! Many are coming out to Sunday morning services now, but for those of you who are not ready yet to attend services in person, we wanted to let you know how things are progressing. We're consistently seeing a healthy attendance every Sunday, and even many new families; in addition to the Sunday school class for ages 3 to 8, this month we've restarted our J...

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Letter from the Elders 7-10-20

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Hello Church! We've been very blessed our first month back to in-person services through June. Many have been coming out on Sunday mornings, and we've even had some new visitors. God has been pouring out His Spirit to all who have been able to attend! Understandably, not everyone has been to services in the chapel, but are hopefully able to watch or listen to the services...

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Letter from the Elders 5-29-20

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Good news church! We are confident we will have everything in place to reopen GGC for Sunday morning service next week, June 7! We've been working hard to be sure we are carefully thinking about the safety of all and have put into place many safety measures and procedures for the good of all. Attached is a copy of the Tracking Contact document that every family will neces...

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Letter from the Elders 5-22-20

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Hello Church! We're starting to turn the corner, soon we'll be back where we belong together. Massachusetts has lifted the ban on church's gathering for worship, and we're working to implement the regulations necessary to safely reopen and start having Sunday morning services again. Some of these regulations can easily be put into place, such as sectioning off seating, w...

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Letter from the Elders 5-16-20

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Suffering through trials together brings a sense of comradery. It's an interesting thing, but every veteran instinctively feels a sense of brotherhood with every other veteran. Even if they didn't serve in the same conflict, they are able to share stories that, understandably, others who have not served can't relate to. People who suffer with sickness also relate to the di...

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GGC Drive-In Church

A couple of saints have requested Drive-In Church services on Sunday . . . ...

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Letter from the Elders 5-8-20

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Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not yet seen. Hebrews 11:1 Our faith is in Jesus Christ and His shelter when tests, trials or persecution enter our lives. This is a faith of substance; it is based upon dependable, sure promises from the Creator Who cannot lie. It holds the substance of actu...

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Letter from the Elders 5-1-20

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Hello Church! All the things we face daily in our individual lives, as a community, and as a nation are there to teach us and to enlarge our faith in Jesus Christ. Normally these things may look quite different from the unusual challenges we are facing in our world now, but it is still true that everything is there to reveal something new about our Savior and how He car...

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Letter from the Elders 4-23-20

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Greetings Brothers Sisters! Here we are in at what our officials are calling our peak week for the Coronavirus pandemic in other words, in the midst of the storm. Instead of fearing the storm and all the uncertainty that surrounds it, let's remember God's faithfulness in all of the trials and storms we face. Here we'd like to share with you these insightful words from H...

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Hope from a Hymn by Frances Ridley Havergal

Frances Ridley Havergal wrote dozens of beloved traditional Christian Hymns. Perhaps her best known one, we sing at GGC (Take my life and let it be). This one is one we do not yet sing, but its lyrics are particularly appropriate for this trial in life that we, both individually and as a local church, find ourselves going through. May its lyrics cause to focus our gaze abo...

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