BIBLE 2 SCHOOL is a non-profit organization that provides non-denominational Bible classes to kids in Public school. This is a great opportunity for students to hear from the Word of God, but it doesn’t happen without the help of volunteers! They have added more Bible Electives for fall and are in need of volunteers! If you’d like to learn more about Bible 2 School, click here! If you would like to get more information about volunteer opportunities for released time Bible classes, contact Alicea here or by calling 717-419-0450.
CE National is an organization that many at Grace Church are familiar with. They are responsible for Momentum youth conference that nearly 80 from Grace Church attended, as well as Operation Barnabas, a ministry-training program that many from Grace Church have participated with. They are the parent organization of Urban Hope Training Center and Community Church in Philadelphia, lead the youth-ministry major at Grace College, and much, much more. In addition, Grace Church financially supports TK and Dana Kurtaneck who work full-time with CE.
Every year, CE has a celebration banquet for churches in our district, and YOU are invited! Come to hear from TK and other representatives about the past year of ministry through CE programs and people. The evening includes a free meal as well as an opportunity to give a love-gift supporting ministries to those who are often over-looked. Here are the details:
Where: Good ‘N Plenty Restaurant, Smoketown, PA
When: September 15, 6:30 p.m.
RSVP: to Judy at CE National by September 8 (574-267-6622) or email
Rachel Peters has been working at Grace Church for the past several months, serving as a receptionist and as an assistant to the Pastor of Development & Deployment. If you’ve enjoyed reading this blog on a regular basis, you have her to thank! She has been coordinating and writing many of the posts you read. She even wrote this nice blog about herself (just kidding)!
Rachel has been a tremendous asset to our ministry, not only “assisting” in the areas of missions, outreach, compassion, etc., but fully engaging with her gifts and passions. She has served “above and beyond” her duties and the areas of her responsibility and we have made great progress in growing Grace Church’s engagement because of her work.
Please take the opportunity to wish Rachel well as she returns to Messiah College as a full-time student this Fall. She will be greatly missed, but we are confident we’ll be hearing from her often!
We love you Rach!