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Seeds of Hope Returns to Grace

Grace has arranged with two farmers to come and set up their
Seeds of Hope Farmers Market
every Saturday beginning on June 8th from 9 – 1.

Please come out and support the farmers with your purchases of fresh produce. That is wonderful news since most of the recipients of the vouchers last year were unable to use their vouchers.

Now talking about the SOH vouchers we need volunteers to be able to hand them out to the people that will come on Tuesday, June 4th from 9-1. There is a signup sheet in the Narthex for you to sign up to help. If you have done it before you know how easy and rewarding it is. If you have not been able to do it before please consider doing it you can be taught that morning. Unfortunately Bill will not be able to help but he will be there to help any way that he can.

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Lenten Bible Study

Come and join Rev. Snow for his six week Lenten Bible Study “Listen to Him: Forty Steps On the Road”.

Two class times are offered:

  • Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm beginning March 12th and on
  • Wednesdays at noon beginning March 13th.

The classes will meet in the Grace Seekers Classroom. There is a signup sheet in the Narthex for you to sign up for the class and to pick up your book.

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2019 General Conference Passes Traditional Plan

Click here for this article in its entirety and news from the General Conference.

After hours of delaying tactics by opponents, the United Methodist General Conference 2019 delegates passed The Traditional Plan 438 to 384. A last-ditch effort to bring the One Church Plan back was defeated in the morning and was followed by efforts to amend the Traditional Plan to address constitutionality issues raised by the Judicial Council, the church’s top court. The Rev. Tim McClendon, South Carolina, called for a vote on the Traditional Plan as amended, which affirms the church’s current bans on ordaining LGBTQ clergy and officiating at or hosting same-sex marriage.

Excerpt from an article by Kathy L. Gilbert 
Feb. 26, 2019 | ST. LOUIS (UMNS)

Updated at 8 p.m. Tuesday

 

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