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February 7, 2016
Rev. Mike Freeman
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Our next Rhythms of Grace service will be Sunday, February 14 at 3 pm in the sanctuary. Rhythms of Grace is an interdenominational worship service that features scripture and storytelling, therapeutic play, songs accompanied by acoustic guitar, and a simplified prayer for Holy Communion. The Reverend Gordon Bienvenue, a retired Methodist minister, officiates at this service for the whole family.
All are welcome at every service at St. Gregory’s. Please invite your friends! Any questions? Contact Catherine Drewry, director of Children’s Ministries at 706-201-7241 or firstname.lastname@example.org The Rev. Gordon Bienvenue may be reached at 706-850-0090 or email@example.com
St. Gregory's participates with four other east side churches in FEAST, a distribution of food from the Northeast Georgia Foodbank. We do this quarterly. The 2016 dates are March 12, May 21, July 16, September 17, and November 5. The site is at Covenant Presbyterian on Gaineschool Rd., which is across the street from a bus stop. Volunteers are needed for Registration, Site set-up/Parking, and Distribution. On Sunday, there will be sign-up sheets on the wall to the left of the Outreach Bulletin Board in the Christian Education Building. This is a great way to be involved in serving our neighbors.
The liaisons form St. Gregory's are Karen Kassinger (706.549.3631), Vicky Tavernier (706.201.5265), and Carol Cason (706.338.4789). Please feel free to contact any one of us if you have questions.
Distribution Date: January 16, 2016. Two hundred families registered to receive a portion of 10,000 pounds of food delivered from the Foodbank of Northeast Georgia. Some of the food items in this distribution were canned salmon, canned and dry soups, juice, bread and cakes. Also, FBNEGA provided 80 coupons for a free gallon of milk from Kroger. These coupons were given to families with children. The participating families were served by 60 volunteers from 5 participating churches and the University of Georgia Campus Christian Fellowship.
“…For the help we give our neighbor, God’s will be done…In the harvests we are sharing, God’s will be done…” From the Thanksgiving Hymn, “For the Fruit of All Creation.”