We have some incredible opportunities to help those impacted by Irma:
- Those in the Keys – If you have leftover hurricane supplies that you would like to donate to them, please bring them by the church today (Friday). We are in need of: bottled water, canned goods, batteries and any extra left over hurricane supplies you may have. There is a plane going to the Keys in the morning. Please continue to pray for those impacted by Irma.
- Those in Cuba – We have partnered with two ministries that are making a difference in Cuba. We will have more details on how you can help later on today.
- In our community – Next Sunday, we will have an opportunity to give towards our Mercy Ministry Offering. These funds go towards helping those that are going through a time of need.
Hurricanes Harvey and Irma – Double Trouble!
Mission to North America (MNA) is in full response mode in TX following Hurricane Harvey’s impact. Now we are assessing Hurricane Irma’s destruction in FL, GA, AL, TN, and SC. Although some areas are still underwater, and/or without power, early reports are that we have many opportunities to assist PCA communities rocked by this second, wide-spread disaster while still ramping up our response in TX.
MNA Disaster Response has staff and key leaders on the ground checking in with our congregations which number more than 160. Obviously it will take some time to determine the needs for each church family and how best we can help in the Name of Christ. MNA works through a network of relief providers coming alongside local PCA churches and mission organizations in the affected areas. Funding is needed for mobilization of assessment teams, setting up short-term and long-term recovery sites that will host volunteers, supplies and equipment purchases, the transportation of urgently needed relief supplies, and financial grants for stabilization of homes belonging to our members and church physical plants. MNA also channels funds to our congregations to assist non-affiliated (non-PCA) storm-impacted families in desperate need through Mercy Ministry.
Please prayerfully consider a generous donation to equip your disaster response ministry to respond well to this new disaster.
To donate to the Hurricane Irma fund click here.
To register as a Hurricane Irma volunteer click here.
To donate to the Hurricane Harvey fund click here.
To register as a Hurricane Harvey volunteer click here.
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If you would like to mail your gift, please mark your gift for MNA Disaster Response and mail to:
Mission to North America
PO Box 890233
Charlotte, NC 28289-0233
This Sunday we will be back to our normal schedule of worship services. Join us at 9:30 and 11:00 to worship and thank God for his goodness and grace to us.
Our Fall Community Group series, Anchored, will launch on Sunday, September 24th. This series will be 7 weeks of growing, eating, and learning together. Our fall groups will participate in the 500-year celebration of the Reformation, a time when the church was held fast by being anchored to God through his Word.
Join a group by clicking on the link below and selecting one that fits your schedule. Get ready for a great time of connecting. You can find out more information this Sunday during the worship services.
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Interested in finding out what we believe, or considering becoming a member of Granada? Join us for a two-session class Friday evening, September 22 and Saturday morning, September 23. To register, contact Jane Haywood, ext. 110, or fill out the form below. Childcare is available with RSVP
Partner with the campus ministries at UM and invite an international student (or two) for a Thanksgiving meal. For more info and to sign up, text “thanksgiving” to 786.879.0664 by October 15th.
The Heritage Singers want you! Each Wednesday evening at 7pm, the choir joins voices in song in preparation for Sunday’s 9:30 worship service. If you are a long-time member of the choir or are interested in joining, please contact Dennis at email@example.com and come for rehearsal as we prepare to lead in worship each Sunday.
On Tuesday, September 12th, at 7am, Pastor Worth Carson will resume his weekly men’s Bible study in the Fellowship Hall. Breakfast is provided. Contact Worth at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Come join the fun on Sunday, October 1st, with wild animals, great food, and a fun festival immediately following the late services. These special wild creatures will visit GranadaKids! and the Youth Group during the morning classes, too!
GranadaKids! will meet every Sunday morning in the newly renovated room 30, the awesome location of GranadaKids! Park. Come check out the ice cream truck, the tree swing, and all the rest of the fun stuff happening in the Park. Join us this Sunday!
When you are grieving a loved one’s death, facing tomorrow may be hard, that’s the reason for GriefShare, a support group for people grieving the loss of someone close. Our GriefShare group helps participants prepare for tomorrow and even discover hope for the future. GriefShare group begins Thursday, September 7th, at 7pm in the café. To register or find out more about
GriefShare, contact Beatriz Benzaquen at 305.431.4369 or email@example.com.