News for March 9, 2021

The Second Mile Gospel
Like a cup being poured out, Jesus emptied himself. He took off the robes and crown of heaven in order to be born in the likeness of man. He had the right to be served by all of creation, and yet he became a servant of all. He was willing to lay down everything and anything that he could rightfully hold onto, for the sake of others. If we truly grasp that Jesus did all that for us, when we were enemies of God and dead in our sin, in order to bring us into fellowship with him -- then are we ready to demonstrate the same kind of love to those around us? Are we ready to show that kind of love to our neighbors, to our enemies, and to our brothers and sisters in Christ?

To hear or watch our latest sermon from David Brenneman, click here. 

Tomorrow: Change of Venue for Youth Group
Change of venue just this week for youth group! Youth group this week will be held Wednesday at the Labrecques' home from 6-8. Their address is 1913 Spring Hill Road, Staunton.

Fire Night Friday: March 12th
The Pereira life group is hosting a night of worship and waiting on God on Friday, March 12th at 6:30pm at the Bethesda House of Prayer, located at 22 Wayne Ave, Stuarts Draft. All are invited.

Join the Growth Track This Sunday
Our next Growth Track will be this Sunday, March 14 from 12:30-3:00 PM at Greenmonte. Lunch and childcare will be provided. Growth Track is an informational class to learn more about the beliefs, vision, values and culture of Greenmonte Fellowship. You'll also learn about what it means to be a Christian, ways you can get involved, and you'll have an opportunity to become a covenant partner. To learn more and sign up, visit our Growth Track Page. 

Greenville Community Litter Clean-Up
Greenville Community Litter Pick-Up will take place on Saturday morning, April 10, 8:45-noon. Please see Rob or Peggy or Mary Ann if willing to help.

Preparedness Basics
Are you curious about living a more sustainable lifestyle? Do you desire to be more prepared in case of local or national emergency? In this 3-hour seminar, Randy Peltola will share some of the things he has learned about sustainable living and emergency preparedness. He will touch on food (raising, storing & cooking), water, energy, and communication.

Date: Saturday March 27, 2021Location: Peltola Home, 53 Spring Branch Ln, Waynesboro, VA 22980

Session 1: 9 am - 1 pm. Soup and bread lunch at noon. (Session 1 is now full, only Session 2 is available)
Session 2: 2pm - 6 pm. Soup and bread supper at 5pm.  
We will make sourdough bread as part of the seminar.
Cost $10/person.

Limit is 10 people per session. Please no more than 2 people per family.
RSVP by Wednesday, March 24 to

Upcoming Week

Mar 10 (Wed)
Youth Group, 6pm, Labrecques' Home (1913 Spring Hill Rd, Staunton)

Mar 14 (Sun)
First Worship Service, 9:30am
Prayer for Worship Services, Adult Classroom 10am
Second Worship Service, 11am
Livestream of Worship Service, 11am
Growth Track, 12:30 - 3pm, Fellowship Hall
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