One of our high school seniors is collecting used bikes that are in good condition for refugee children. Members and friends can bring their bikes and extra helmets and locks to the Trinity Terrace garage on Sunday, April 22 between 9 and 11:30 am.
Members of the community are invited to come hear former Channel 4 News weatherman and radio personality Chuck Gaidica. He will be speaking at the annual end-of-year brunch hosted by the Ecumenical Men’s Breakfast. The cost is $10 per person and you can RSVP to Grosse Pointe Memorial Church: (313) 882 5330.
Please join us for a special conversation, the second in a series, about the journey we are making together and using our past to improve our future. Three prominent leaders in different fields will look at the conditions that led to the 1942 and 1967 conflagrations, the response to these events and where Detroit finds itself now. This free event is open to the public. We encourage you to register at http://www.warmemorial.org/diversity.
GPMC has a unique new offering for members and friends who are part of the addiction recovery community. Whether you are on that road yourself or accompanying a loved one, we have something to support you along the way: Recovery Eucharist.
Our Recovery Eucharist begins October 4 and will be the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month from 7-8 p.m.
This bi-weekly meeting will include time for sharing and support, prayer and communion.
Family and friends of all ages are invited to participate in this inter-generational evening vacation bible school which will be held on the first three Tuesdays in August. A potluck dinner will begin the evening, with age appropriate activities for everyone afterward. The evening will conclude with music and prayer. All ages are welcome and childcare will be available for infants and toddlers. For more information or to register contact the Christian Education offices at email@example.com or call 313-882-5330 #123.
GPMC families and friends are headed back to Camp Michindoh in Hillsdale, MI for a weekend of fun and fellowship. Activities include swimming, hiking, archery, canoeing and the awesome Michindoh waterslide!
The cost for the weekend (which includes 2 nights of tent camping and all meals from Friday dinner through Sunday lunch) is $65 for ages 12 to adult; $50 for ages 4-11. No charge for children under 4.
Make your reservation with the CE office by June 30 and send in your full payment by July 14.
Join us as we welcome carilloneurs from around the region as they play the 48 bells of our tower. Concerts are 45 minutes in length and seating is provided (or you can bring your own) on our front lawn.
Join members and friends of GPMC in sharing the gift of blood. Christians routinely hear the words of Jesus: “This is my blood, poured out for you.” This is your chance to give your of your love and life so that others may live.
Appointments can be scheduled through redcrossblood.org (enter sponsor code gpbloodcouncil). Questions can be directed to GPMC deacon George Liller (313 806 4841) or GPMC member Beth Frahm (313 550 3870).