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Front Matters - Sunday, July 19, 2020

Front Matters - Sunday, July 19, 2020

Welcome! Thanks for joining us!

Locations & Times

Grace Church - West Campus

4267 2 Mile Rd, Bay City, MI 48706, USA

Sunday 9:30 AM

Sunday 11:15 AM

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Picnic at the Park

It’s time for the annual Grace Church picnic! We’ve reserved Pavilions 1 & 2 at State Park, so there will be plenty of room to “keep your distance.”
We’ll order boxed lunches for $8 from Uptown Grill, or feel free to bring your own. Choose from chicken salad, ham & cheese, or veggie. Please place your lunch order by clicking the link below or by contacting Saralyn Temple (saralyn.temple@baycitygracechurch.org) by 7/20.
You can pay for your meal through the GivePlus app (choose the “event” category); you can also pay for your meal in person at the church office or by mailing a check to the church office.
https://bit.ly/PicnicLunchOrder
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Pastries with the Pastor

Interested in membership at Grace? Join the pastor July 22nd, 7:00pm for an informal conversation about what it means to be a member at Grace Church. Zoom link:
https://bit.ly/PWP722
Liturgist Reading
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TODAY’S MESSAGE: "Front Matters"
TODAY’S BIG IDEA: The gospel doesn’t just redeem us; it remakes us.
Message Notes

Support Grace Church's Ministries!

Visit our online giving site for secure and easy offering options! Want to set up a monthly or weekly automatic gift? Create a recurring donation!
http://bit.ly/39UDBN6

Want to listen to the message again?

Visit our website to hear this message (and any older message that you might have missed). We typically post the latest one on Tuesday afternoons.
https://baycitygracechurch.org/sermon/
Reflect: Why do you suppose that if Paul is writing to Christians in the church in Rome that he talks about having gospel harvest among them?
Reflect: I’ve said that in Jesus, we are saved from something and for something. What do you think that means?
Reflect: Paul identifies himself as a slave of Christ, an apostle who is called and set apart. If you had to introduce yourself like Paul, what identifiers would you use?
Reflect: Paul uses the term “obedience that comes from faith.” What does that mean to you?
Reflect: What’s one thing you can take away from the message this week and apply to your life?
Rest & Reflect: Days 6 & 7 are days of rest and reflection. Use these days to dig a bit deeper if you feel inspired.

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