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Veterans Luncheon


Veterans Luncheon In the spirit of Romans 13:7, which says to "render honor to whom honor is due", our church hosted a luncheon today to honor Veterans in our area by offering them a free lunch at a local restaurant. There were 41 people in attendance, 17 of whom were veterans including one World War II Vet. This is a picture of the Vets who attended. We wanted to pay tr...

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Father/Son Camping Adventure


A new tradition? Over Father's Day weekend, some of the dads and sons of Grace Church embarked on an overnight camping trip at Greenbriar State Park. The trip included a grilled chicken and hot dog dinner, an epic Nerf gun battle, s'mores by the fire, a hearty breakfast at the campfire and a hike on the Appalachian Trail. The boys and dads had a chance to bond together no...

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March for Life


"Give justice to the weak and the fatherless; maintain the right of the afflicted and the destitute. Rescue the weak and needy; deliver them from the hand of the wicked." Psalm 82:3-4 Some of us went downtown for the March for Life on Friday. What an amazing experience! The crowd was massive and we met people from several states. Everyone was friendly and respectful. No...

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Devon Kauflin's Ordination


Ordination Sunday Sunday, October 9th was a significant day in the life and history of Grace Church as Devon Kauflin was ordained as a pastor.We are now a church that has two elders/pastors and that is going to only increase our effectiveness as a church both now and in the years to come. Devon brings so much to the mix of our leadership team with his intelligence, youth...

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40 Days For Life

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40 Days For Life On Wednesday, Oct 5th, Grace Church had the opportunity to participate in the 40 Days For Life prayer campaign, a pro-life effort to unite the body of Christ domestically and internationally primarily to publicly and peacefully pray to the Lord for an end to abortion. Our involvement as a church is rooted in our biblical call to act as salt and light to o...

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Church picnic of Olympic proportion

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Grace Church gathered at Damascus Recreational Park on Sunday, August 7 for a picnic of Olympic proportion! It was a wonderful opportunity for an afternoon of great fun and a chance to welcome a number of guests. There were tables groaning under the weight of some of the tastiest food ever. And speaking of groaning tables, we experienced a watermelon eating contest to beat...

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Brian Chesemore on Psalm 23


Brian Chesemore and his family joined us on Sunday morning and were warmly welcomed. Brian ministered to Grace Church as he preached a message entitled Restored by the Lord of Psalm 23. Listen to this message HERE....

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Morning at the Park


"Morning at the Park" is an opportunity for moms and kids to meet other women in the Clarksburg area and to get to know one another better. We meet every Wednesday during the summer at the Arora Hills Local Park, 23244 Arora Hills Drive 9:30-11:00 a.m. Recently we asked Sarah Del Castillo to share with us what Morning at the Park has meant to her. Here is her story: Parks...

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John Piper Quote

Yesterday, I shared an extended quote from John Piper on love being the fruit of our future hope. Here it is in its entirety. You can also listen to or read the sermon this quote comes from here. "[The Bible] teaches and shows that a strong confidence in the promises of God and a passionate preference for the joy of heaven over the joy of the world frees a person from wor...

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Sunday Recap and Looking Ahead, June 5, 2016


Sunday Recap and Looking Ahead: June 5, 2016 Here's a quick look at our gathering this past week and a look ahead to this coming Sunday. Call to Worship Larry began our time reading from I began our time by reading from 1 Chronicles 16:23-25, calling the church to sing to the Lord for he is indeed great and greatly to be praised. Singing We then sang unaccompanied tog...

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