Our Church is more than just a building...
... it is a place where we can communicate with God.
Is Grosse Pointe Congregational the kind of church you can get involved in? We would love to have you visit and find out!
We are from all walks of life and from many parts of the journey. Our common faith brings us together to share and care for each other.
September 13, 10am Welcome Home Sunday with Communion, 11:30am Ice Cream Social, 12pm Slip and Slide Kickball Game
September 20, 10am Blessing of the Animals Service
September 27, 10am Worship; 11am Rummage Sale Collection Begins
October 4 10am World Communion Sunday
October 11, 10am Stewardship Sunday Presentation
October 18, 10am Old Hymn Sunday
October 25, 10am All Saint's Sunday
November 1, 10am Worship with Communion
November 8, 10am Stewardship Sunday Pledge Cards Collected
November 22, 10am Worship
November 23, 7pm, Interfaith Thanksgiving Service
November 29, 10am First Sunday of Advent, 11am Final Feast
December 6, 10am Worship and Communion; Second Sunday of Advent
December 13, 10am Christmas Pageant and Third Sunday of Advent
December 20, 10am Worship and Fourth Sunday of Advent
December 24, 5pm Christmas Eve Family Service 11pm Christmas Eve Candlelight Service
Any changes or additions to the church directory should be forwarded to the church office as soon as possible.
Please sign up for a week or two, to stop by and do some weeding!
There is a sign up sheet, outside the lounge. The sexton will water, but feel free to water also, if the ground is dry. Thank you.
The Women’s Fellowship rummage sale will be October 2nd and 3rd. Please begin saving items!
During July and August we will be collecting backpacks and school supplies for 75 5th through 8th grade students of Northeast Guidance Center. These will be distributed at the Guidance Center’s Back to School Fun Fair August 22. We will also volunteer at the Fun Fair, assisting with health screenings, serving the picnic, or however we might be needed. A sign up form for fair attendance will be outside the church office.
Founded in 1963, Northeast Guidance Center is a non-profit community behavioral healthcare agency serving economically challenged children and adults with serious emotional and mental illness.
Annually the agency serves over 5000 adults and 1000 children. Staff provide education, prevention and treatment services for a child, adolescent or young adult diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, depression, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, communication disorders and school based problems. Infant Mental Health Services are for parents and their babies to 36 months. The Youth in Transition Program assists 17 to 25 year olds, transitioning out of agency services. A variety of therapies are designed to help the child/adolescent successfully function in the home and school settings.
Please bring school supplies and backpacks to GPCC throughout the summer. Place your donations in the basket near the lounge. Make your August financial gifts (made payable to GPCC) in the yellow and blue envelopes with a note on the memo line ‘Northeast Guidance Center’.
Supplies for each backpack include:
Thank you for your participation in Touch 75 Lives.
Your Outreach Committee