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We have a full weekend lined up at Grace and have some great things planned for worship. We will be blessed by some baptisms and the children’s choir will be singing at our 11 am traditional service.

Additionally, Pastor Dave will be starting a new sermon series entitled, “Make Way for the King.” It will examine the lives of three of Israel’s greatest leaders: King Saul, King David and King Uzziah. It will examine the good, the bad and the ugly of their reign, and will discuss how their faith and character factored into the decisions they made. It will then discuss what we can learn from their example so we may be all that God has created us to be! This weekend’s message is entitled: “King Saul … An Untamed Ego.” Please join us if you are able!

5:00 p.m. Coffeehouse Contemporary Worship (Music and a Message) - Main Campus

8:30 a.m. Contemporary - Main Camus
9:45 a.m. Contemporary - Y Church
11:00 a.m. Traditional - Main Campus
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Our District Superintendent, Jim Pond, receiving Grace's Christmas Eve miracle offering from Senior Pastor, David J. Henderson to help 'Raise the Roof' on Ringai's United Methodist Church in Zimbabwe.

Check out the article on our Western PA Conference website written by our very own, Jan Woodard. Thank you Jan!

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Cheryl PlouchaGod Is Good!5 days ago   ·  2
Grace United Methodist ChurchRingai United Methodist Church5 days ago   ·  5
Susan Rosensteel ScarnatoVery nice article Jan.5 days ago   ·  3
Bonnie WigginsSo delighted you wrote the article. Like old times only better because it's new times.5 days ago   ·  2
Sue GrimplinCongratulations Pastor Jim!5 days ago   ·  1
Jan Watrous WoodardWe're so interdependent across this world; when one part rejoices, we all rejoice.5 days ago   ·  4

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Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine!
O what a foretaste of glory divine!
Heir of salvation, purchase of God,
Born of His Spirit, washed in His blood.

This is my story, this is my song,
Praising my Savior, all the day long;
This is my story, this is my song,
Praising my Savior, all the day long.

Fanny Cros­by (Frances Jane Crosby; 1820-1915) was prob­ab­ly the most pro­lif­ic hymn­ist in his­to­ry. Though blind­ed by an in­com­pe­tent doc­tor at six weeks of age, she wrote over 8,000 hymns. About her blind­ness, she said:

"It seemed in­tend­ed by the bless­ed prov­i­dence of God that I should be blind all my life, and I thank him for the dis­pen­sa­tion. If per­fect earth­ly sight were of­fered me to­mor­row I would not ac­cept it. I might not have sung hymns to the praise of God if I had been dis­tract­ed by the beau­ti­ful and in­ter­est­ing things about me."

In her life­time, Fan­ny Cros­by was one of the best known wo­men in the Unit­ed States. To this day, the vast ma­jor­i­ty of Amer­i­can hymn­als con­tain her work.
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