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Grace Episcopal Church will be offering a special sermon on “Forgiving Yourself” on Sunday at its 10:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. services. The community is invited to attend. Grace is the stone church located at 405 Second Avenue NE.
For more information, call 252-4499 or visit http://graceepiscopaljamestown.com.
This Sunday at Grace Episcopal Church, a sermon will be offered exploring the topic: “Sexual Ethics: Beyond Old Fashion and Everything Goes.” This sermon will only be offered at the 5 p.m. service. Grace is the stone church located at 405 Second Ave. N.E.
This Sunday Grace Episcopal Church will be starting a three-week sermon series on love, romance, and God. Topics to be explored will be: combining love and faith, sexual ethics and recovering from broken relationships. The series will be of interest to married and single people, as well as people of different generations.
Grace Episcopal Church is holding a tailgate party and worship beginning at 4:30 p.m. Sunday with a brief service, followed by food, fellowship and watching the Super Bowl game. The public is welcome to attend, children included. Grace is the stone church located at 405 Second Ave. N.E. For more information, visit www.graceepiscopaljamestown.com.
This Sunday Grace Episcopal Church, will be offering a sermon titled, “The New Year, Resolutions and God.” The sermon will explore the idea of New Year’s resolutions in light of Christian faith, whether Christians should even make resolutions and how life change works according to the Bible.
The Right Rev. Michael Smith, D.D., Episcopal bishop of North Dakota, will be preaching at the 10:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. services at Grace Episcopal Church on Sunday. Special meals will be served to all in attendance after each service.
Grace Episcopal Church will be celebrating Halloween at its 5 p.m. service this Sunday. All in attendance, especially children, are encouraged to wear costumes. There will be plenty of candy and treats for all.
Grace Episcopal Church is hosting its Fifth Annual Blessing of the Animals service at 2 p.m. Sunday. Each October churches around the world hold special services to honor and recognize the important role that animals play in many people’s lives. This service is offered in October, because October marks the feast of Francis of Assisi, who was known for many things, including his special relationship with animals.
Grace Episcopal Church is a hosting a Back to Church Sunday to which the community is invited. The day will feature one special service at 11 a.m. followed by a meal with dessert. Gifts will be distributed to all in attendance. Grace is the stone church located at 405 Second Ave. N.E. For more information call 252-4499 or visit graceepiscopaljamestown.com.
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