01
FEB
2016

Worship Schedule

February 10- Ash Wednesday
7:30 a.m.- Spoken word, with communion
12:15 p.m.- With congregational singing and sermon
7:30 p.m.- With full choir and sermon
Imposition of ashes at all services

February 14 – Congregational Meeting 10:10 a.m.
9 & 11:00 a.m. – With Full Choir
5:00 p.m. – Service in Barbour Chapel

February 21
9 & 11:00 a.m. – With Full Choir
5:00 p.m. – Service in Barbour Chapel

Free childcare at morning services
Communion at 5 p.m. services

 

03
FEB
2016

Coffee House 2016 is coming soon!

The GPMC Coffee House fundraiser for our high school mission trip is on Saturday, February 6 from 5:30-8:30pm. This is a wonderful evening for the whole family, so bring the crew and invite your...
03
FEB
2016

Tasty Treats Concert on Sunday, February 14

Tasty Treats is coming: Sunday, February 14, at 3:00 pm. in the Sanctuary Memorial Church’s talented staff singers offer a fun afternoon of treats for the ears and the palate. Come and enjoy...
03
FEB
2016

February 7 Festival of Hymns

Our morning worship services on Sunday, February 7 will include a special presentation by the choir – “The Heavens Are Telling: A Hymn Festival of Cosmic Praise.” Blending the...
02
FEB
2016

Kids Against Hunger – Saturday, March 5

On Saturday, March 5th, GPMC will pack 75,000 meals for Kids Against Hunger.  To make that happen, we need 450 volunteers, 150 at EACH of our three shifts.  Choose to come at the 10 am-12 pm...
02
FEB
2016

Be a Drop in the Bucket

In response to the Flint Water Crisis, Grosse Pointe Memorial Church is collecting bottled water.  One contribution of a case of bottled water might seem like a “Drop in the Bucket” but together...
28
JAN
2016

Refugees Welcome Here

Great news!  We have been paired with an Iraqi Christian refugee family of 4: 2 parents, a 5 year old daughter and a 4 year old son.  They are already in Michigan and an apartment is being sought...
01
FEB
2016

From the Pulpit & Loft

Thank you to everyone for making the waiting time of Advent a hopeful time for those in need.  From the homeless shelter week in November, to gift baskets for college-age foster children, to our Angel Tree party for children with incarcerated parents and the Crossroads soup kitchen on December 6, you have helped to do so much for others.  January will bring an opportunity to support our Middle Eastern refugee ministry.  Stay tuned!