LentDevotionBook.jpg"Grace and Peace" devotion book for Lent

Pick up a free copy of “Grace and Peace,” a collection of daily devotions for Lent, on Sunday morning in the narthex, the atrium, and at the Division Street door.  Lenten mid-week worship services will draw on the Wednesday scripture readings in this book. There are enough booklets for one per Grace household.

Generous living through Grace Care

“Love one another as I have loved you” (John 13:34).
Stop by the Stewardship Committee table in the atrium between services on Sunday morning for another Generous Living activity. You're asked to write a note to accompany meals prepared by Grace Care volunteers. This loving and faithful ministry reaches out to members in need of a great meal, a word of encouragement, a hug, and a prayer. Cards will be provided. Information about how you can be involved in Grace Care will also be available at the table. 

Sunday School children support clean water project through ELCA World Hunger

Sunday School children have been collecting money to support a clean water project through ELCA World Hunger. They'll bring their banks forward during worship on Sunday. Come to the Family Sunday at 9:45am in Fellowship Hall to learn more from special guest Nathan Berkas of ELCA World Hunger. Children will also be coloring "Alleluia banners" on Sunday, to be buried in the Memorial Garden until "Alleluia" returns to our worship on Easter Sunday.

GEwebGraphic_2015.jpgA Graceful Evening is March 7

Tickets for the annual dinner-auction benefit for Grace School are available online, in the atrium on Sunday morning, or at the reception desk during the week. This year's event is at the spacious banquet facilities of Drury Lane Oakbrook. Come and enjoy a fun evening with the church and school community.

Auction items are needed, as well as bottles of wine for the wine pull. To donate, contact one of the chairs: Becky Morgan (rebecca.morgan04@gmail.com), Jennifer Brayton (jenniferbrayton1619@gmail.com), Randy Keller  (randy.keller@sgkinc.com).