Grosse Ile Presbyterian Church
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
 7925 Horsemill Road
Grosse Ile, MI 48138
 
734-676-8811
 
 

This Week @ GIPC

General Announcements 

Help is needed this coming Monday, June 26, at 9:00 am, to repackage diapers at GIPC. We have doubled our regular order and are expecting 82 boxes to be delivered.
 
Farewell, Thornleys! Barb and Frank Thornley are moving to Texas in early July. Come and wish them well this Sunday, June 25, in Fellowship Hall, following our 9:30 worship.
 
The Memorial Garden will be partially renovated soon with new plantings. In recent years the area has become overgrown, making difficult the care and special use for which it is intended – a beautiful garden where cremains of loved ones are laid to rest.

Areas on the east and west side of the garden, from the breezeway to the beginning of the low brick wall, will undergo updating this summer. Areas of hedges and rhododendron will remain undisturbed. There will be new soil and hardwood mulch added to regrade the area, and new plantings of evergreens and hydrangeas.

The landscaping company, chosen by the Memorial Garden Committee, has worked previously in such sensitive garden areas and comes highly recommended.

Claim your treasures Many items have been found around the church and in the parking lot over the last year or so. We have hats, gloves, scarves, jewelry, eye wear, beverage containers, etc. All items are on display in the hallway outside the church office. Check it out. You may be surprised to discover something you’ve been missing for a while.
 

Youth and Children Ministries 

 

YORK Connection

Yoga is offered at 10:30 am every Thursday. Drop in fee is $5.


Mission: Express your faith in a tangible way  

Clean seasonal clothing is always needed at the Fort Street Open Door.  Please put items in the closet at the bottom of the stairs by the west entrance door. 
 
Pray for our Stephen Ministers and their care receivers. Proverbs 1:5   “Let the wise also hear and gain in learning, and the discerning acquire skill . . .”
 
Stephen Ministers provide one-on-one Christian care that is confidential and skilled.
For more information, contact the pastor or call the church office.