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Grosse Pointe Memorial Church invites you to join us in “Continuing the Story” of God’s work through our “light by the lakeshore.”

We have now entered our stewardship season, that time in the life of our congregation where we seek your commitments of financial support for our ministries in the coming year.  Why would someone give to support our ministries?  Listen to Tim Butler, Ph.D., as he tells the congregation why he and his wife, Beverly, support our ministries.

Listen to his October 23 “Minute-for-Mission” from morning worship.

On October 30, the Rev. Dr. Peter J. M. Henry preached a sermon titled “Plain and Simple.”  It captures well the reasons why we want to be part of “Continuing the Story” through the ministries of GPMC.  You can listen to that sermon with the audio player in the right-hand column or read the sermon here.

 Now as you excel in everything—in faith, in speech, in knowledge, in utmost eagerness, and in our love for you—so we want you to excel also in this generous undertaking... For you know the generous act of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, so that by his poverty you might become rich. 2Corinthians 8: 7,9
Our Stewardship Council has put together a small brochure about our financial life at GPMC.  You can either read the brochure here or you can view an annotated video by clicking on the video player in the lower right corner.

If you are ready to make a financial commitment, you can do so online by going to our secure pledge form and filling it out.  We are seeking commitments by November 20 so that our trustees can plan our 2017 budget accordingly.

If you are not yet ready to make a pledge commitment but would like to support our ministries, you can do so with a credit card online by going to our secure donation site and making a gift now.  Gifts of any size matter!

Thank you your support of our common ministries.  Together, we are "Continuing the Story" of God's work in Jesus Christ.

Grace and PeaceThe Rev. Dr. Peter J. M. Henry & the Stewardship Council