Every one of us have probably experienced it before. Life is going along just fine until something completely unexpected hits us like a brick wall. Something like the loss of a loved one, the fear of a new virus or diagnosis, or maybe the loss of a job. We didn’t know it was coming and we weren’t ready for it. It was a curveball. These times in life can be some of the scariest. We are feeling like everything is out of control and we have no idea what to do next. In this series, we are going to be looking at how the Bible says we can handle these curveballs when they come crashing into our lives and how we can respond in a way that allows God to carry us through it.
As a church we want to help our community. This is printable is just on easy way that you can be a blessing to those around you.
Simply print this off and put this on your neighbors’ doors. It will let them know that you’re there for them.
With many people finding their work hours being cut and being told to stay home because of Coronavirus, we know that money can be tight. Getting access to food can be even more difficult, as many food pantries across the region are shutting down as well. If you or someone you know is struggling to put food on the table, we can help. Over the next several weeks, Grace Church will be giving out $5,000 worth of gift cards for families in need. If you or someone you know could use a gift card, let us know at thatsgrace.org/help. We would love to be a blessing to you!
1. Give online. It’s easy to do right here! Just make sure to select “Benevolence” in the drop down menu when you give, and we will make sure 100% of your gift will go toward local families in need!
2. Drop off $25 gift cards for food or basic amenities at any of our 3 locations below, between 3pm and 6pm, Monday through Friday
Grace Church Avon
101 Wales Avenue,
Avon, MA 02322
Grace Church Braintree
14 Storrs Avenue
Braintree, MA 02184
Grace Church West Bridgewater
237 West Center Street,
West Bridgewater, MA 02379
3. Run errands for elderly or immune compromised people who are unable to get out of their homes. Sign up to help here!
We want do everything we can to help our friends and neighbors around the south shore be safe and help prevent the spread of Coronavirus in our community. For this reason, we will follow any state and local requirements for closures. Weekend services and all other activities in our buildings will resume when it is deemed safe.
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This is a great opportunity to help them discover what it means to rely on God as they navigate their own fears!
Check out these helpful guides below aimed at helping children unpack what they are feeling and explore what they can do with those feelings.