Sunday Service Prep – 06.20.21

Grace Church Family,

As we look forward to this Sunday’s service on June 20th, here are some things to help you prepare your heart, mind, and soul to worship the Lord together.

SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE LITURGY – 06.20.21

  • Call to Worship
    • Worthy
    • No Other Savior
  • Corporate Confession
    • The Wonderful Cross
    • How Great Thou Art
  • Pastoral Prayer
  • Sermon Text: Daniel 7
  • Sermon – “Appearances are Deceiving”
  • Lord’s Supper
    • Crown Him With Many Crowns
    • Doxology
  • Closing / Benediction

06.20.21 SONG LYRICS

To print or access the song lyrics on your phone, click HERE.

FOR THOSE WHO ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND IN PERSON
If you are unable to attend this Sunday, you can live stream our service at 10:00 am on Facebook Live by clicking HERE. Please note that you do not need an account to watch the live stream.

GIVING
There are two ways that you can worship God through your giving at this time.

  1. Clover Give: www.gracechurcheast.org/giving. We’ve added step-by-step instructions for how to give online HERE.
  2. Mail a check (or have your bank do so) to our mailing address: P.O. Box 247, La Mesa, 91944.

Most importantly, let’s continue to be faithful in prayer as we ask our heavenly Father to “give us our daily bread” (Matt. 6.11), knowing that he knows our needs and is faithful to provide (Matt. 6.25-34).

Thank you for your faithfulness in this area as we glorify God through our finances.

WHEN & WHERE

We will be gathering near the amphitheater at Harry Griffen Park in La Mesa, which is located at: 9550 Milden Street, La Mesa, CA 91942.

For a full list of what to bring, the guidelines we’ve been asked to follow (masks, distancing, etc.), and other important information, please visit out designated Sunday Services page HERE.

Saturday Announcements: 06.19.21

FEATURED

  • New Start Time: During the summer, starting on July 4th, our Sunday services will start at 9:00 am due to the warmer weather.
  • Serving Survey: As a first step in getting our indoor Sunday gatherings up and running, we’re asking all of our members to fill out our “Serving Survey.” This survey contains a description of each of our Sunday teams and a place for you to “check” all of the teams that you’d be interested in serving on. This will then allow each of our ministry team leaders to know who they can reach out to as they start rebuilding their teams. So please click HERE to take the survey and thank you in advance for considering how God might want to use you to help keep our family running.
  • Men’s Gathering: Join other Men of Grace at the Cardinale’s on June 26th at 6:00pm to create new friendships and grow deeper in existing ones. Bring $5 for dinner! Click HERE to RSVP so we can plan for food.
  • 3rd of July Picnic: Save the date for our annual 3rd of July Picnic at Crown Point Park. Starting at 3pm, join us for games, fun in the sun, and lots of fellowship. Bring your own food and an outdoor game to share. Click HERE for directions and more details.
  • Bridge of Hope Scholarship Fund: We invite you to contribute again this year to the Nate Upton scholarship fund providing laptops to college-bound students at Bridge of Hope. We hope to raise $1,500 for two laptops. Contributions can be made by going to the giving page on our website and designating “Bridge of Hope” or by mailing a check with “Bridge of Hope” in the memo line.
  • Women’s Book Study: Join Women of Grace this summer in a book study of The Art of Dying by Rob Moll. Meetings will be every other week in July and August at Mindy Colton’s house on Wednesdays from 9:30-11am. See Lindsay Hellmers for more details.
  • Summer Youth Group Meetings: The middle and high school youth group will be meeting at the Cardinale’s from 6-9pm on July 23rd and August 20th.

GATHERED WORSHIP

  • Sunday Service Parking: Click HERE for a map that shows alternate parking areas. If you park on Poppy Street, enter through the metal gate to access the trail. 
  • Sunday Service Prep: to view the Sunday liturgy and song lyrics, click HERE.

OUTREACH / MISSION

  • Bridge of Hope Donations: For donations to Bridge of Hope (clothes, toys, household supplies, etc.), see Eric Lehmkuhl for drop off those items. He is unable to take any large items but can help you with how to drop those off.
  • Bridge of Hope Volunteering – There are many different ways for you to get involved with and volunteer at Bridge of Hope! 
    • Food distribution volunteer: 2nd &  4th Saturdays of each month, 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM.
    • Donations: list of items needed on their website HERE
    • Financial support – giving information on their website
  • CAPS:  College Area Pregnancy Services (CAPS) serves women in crisis pregnancy, and you can help: become a prayer partner, donate baby gift items or support CAPS financially. See their website HERE for more info.

FELLOWSHIP / DISCIPLESHIP 

  • Home Groups: Plug into a Home Group to grow “with a growth that comes from God” (Col. 2:19). Our Home Groups meet at least three times each month including a men’s or women’s meeting. Please contact the church office at info@gracechurcheast.org for meeting information.
  • Bible Study:
    • Women’s bible study – they are taking a break for the summer and will resume after Labor Day
    • Men’s bible study – they work through a chapter per book at a time; meetings are from 6-7 a.m. every Tuesday over Zoom. Click HERE for link. For more info, please contact the church office at info@gracechurcheast.org
  • Prayer Meetings: our weekly prayer contexts in which we cry out to God together:
    • Sunday morning: on the amphitheater stage at Harry Griffen Park at 9:15 a.m.
    • Wednesday evening:  via Zoom from 7-8 p.m. Visit the prayer page on our website for more info.

CONTINUING CARE

Please continue to pray for those battling cancer and chronic illness, as well as their families: Matthew Burdette, Amanda Mullery, Jeff Richards and Debbie Sperry. Please pray specifically for Debbie, who recently reached out and has asked the church for prayer for new spots on her brain, and for more tests and treatment that are to come.

Midweek Update 06.17.21

Greetings Church Family,
 
In this week’s newsletter, I’m going to provide an update from our most recent conversations with the City of La Mesa concerning the Community Center as well as highlight the importance of us being a praying people, especially during this season of church life.
 
COMMUNITY CENTER UPDATE
 
A key piece of our transition back inside to the Community Center has been waiting to receive updated guidance for indoor gatherings from the City of La Mesa, especially as it pertains to the requirement to wear masks indoors.
 
This past Tuesday, the day the state removed many of its COVID restrictions, I called our contact at the Community Center and was informed that while a number of the restrictions have changed, per the state’s most recent guidance on face masks, the city is mandating that all groups reserving the Community Center require masks for all individuals or to present a plan for how they will enforce the mask requirement for the unvaccinated.
 
As we have mentioned before, we don’t foresee going back inside until we can (1) sing inside, and (2) not be required to wear masks. In light of this most recent news from the City of La Mesa we are unsure what this means for our transition back inside, at least moving inside at the Community Center.
 
Which brings me to our second topic for this update…
 
PRAYING PEOPLE
 
In the coming days we’re going to meet with our contacts at the community center and move forward with rebuilding our ministry, but more important than doing these things, we want to look at this situation as an encouragement for us as a church to pray.
 
As John Calvin said when commenting on James 5.13, “There is no time in which God does not invite us to Himself.” As elders, we believe that this is a situation where God is inviting us to himself to pray to him, knowing that he longs and desires to hear our prayers, and that he’s “able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think” for his glory and our good (Eph. 3.20-21).
 
So, will you pray with us?
 
Specifically, be praying for possible alternatives to meeting in the Community Center. We have no clue what the Lord might have for us in this regard, but we want to consider and look into possible alternatives that might better position Grace Church for fruitful gospel ministry for years to come.
 
Additionally, you can pray for our rebuilding process, asking that the Lord will provide enough people to serve on all of our ministry teams, especially setup and tear down, and children’s ministry. (Our serving survey is what our ministry team leaders will be using to build their teams so if you have not yet filled that out you can click HERE to do so.)
 
Thank you for praying with us!
 
On behalf of Steve, Marshall, Rick, and Tab
 
grace and peace,
Joshua

Sunday Service Prep – 06.13.21

Grace Church Family,

As we look forward to this Sunday’s service on June 13th, here are some things to help you prepare your heart, mind, and soul to worship the Lord together.

SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE LITURGY – 06.13.21

  • Call to Worship
    • All Hail the Glorious Christ
    • This is Amazing Grace
  • Nicene Creed
    • Hallelujah
    • Rejoice
  • Pastoral Prayer
    Sermon Text: Daniel 6
    Sermon – “Faithfulness In the Lions’ Den
  • Lord’s Supper
    • Out of the Depths
  • Closing / Benediction

06.13.21 SONG LYRICS

To print or access the song lyrics on your phone, click HERE.

FOR THOSE WHO ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND IN PERSON
If you are unable to attend this Sunday, you can live stream our service at 10:00 am on Facebook Live by clicking HERE. Please note that you do not need an account to watch the live stream.

GIVING
There are two ways that you can worship God through your giving at this time.

  1. Clover Give: www.gracechurcheast.org/giving. We’ve added step-by-step instructions for how to give online HERE.
  2. Mail a check (or have your bank do so) to our mailing address: P.O. Box 247, La Mesa, 91944.

Most importantly, let’s continue to be faithful in prayer as we ask our heavenly Father to “give us our daily bread” (Matt. 6.11), knowing that he knows our needs and is faithful to provide (Matt. 6.25-34).

Thank you for your faithfulness in this area as we glorify God through our finances.

WHEN & WHERE

We will be gathering near the amphitheater at Harry Griffen Park in La Mesa, which is located at: 9550 Milden Street, La Mesa, CA 91942.

For a full list of what to bring, the guidelines we’ve been asked to follow (masks, distancing, etc.), and other important information, please visit out designated Sunday Services page HERE.

Saturday Announcements: 06.12.21

FEATURED

  • Serving Survey: As a first step in getting our indoor Sunday gatherings up and running, we’re asking all of our members to fill out our “Serving Survey.” This survey contains a description of each of our Sunday teams and a place for you to “check” all of the teams that you’d be interested in serving on. This will then allow each of our ministry team leaders to know who they can reach out to as they start rebuilding their teams. So please click HERE to take the survey and thank you in advance for considering how God might want to use you to help keep our family running.
  • Summer Youth Group Meetings: The middle and high school youth group will be having their first summer meeting on Friday, June 18th from 6-9pm at the Cardinale’s. This first meeting is for students & parents. The youth will be hanging out while the parents and leaders pray and brainstorm what the youth group will look like in the fall. Other summer youth meetings will be July 23rd & Aug. 20th.
  • Bridge of Hope Scholarship Fund: We invite you to contribute again this year to the Nate Upton scholarship fund providing laptops to college-bound students at Bridge of Hope. We hope to raise $1,500 for two laptops. Contributions can be made by going to the giving page on our website and designating “Bridge of Hope” or by mailing a check with “Bridge of Hope” in the memo line.
  • 3rd of July Picnic: Save the date for our annual 3rd of July Picnic at Crown Point Park. Starting at 3pm, join us for games, fun in the sun, and lots of fellowship. Bring your own food and an outdoor game to share. Click HERE for directions and more details.
  • Women’s Book Study: Join Women of Grace this summer in a book study of The Art of Dying by Rob Moll. Meetings will be every other week in July and August at Mindy Colton’s house on Wednesdays from 9:30-11am. See Lindsay Hellmers for more details.
  • Men’s Gathering: Join other Men of Grace at the Cardinale’s on June 26th at 6:00pm to create new friendships and grow deeper in existing ones. Bring $5 for dinner! Click HERE to RSVP so we can plan for food.

GATHERED WORSHIP

  • Sunday Service Parking: Click HERE for a map that shows alternate parking areas. If you park on Poppy Street, enter through the metal gate to access the trail. 
  • Sunday Service Prep: to view the Sunday liturgy and song lyrics, click HERE.

OUTREACH / MISSION

  • Bridge of Hope Donations: For donations to Bridge of Hope (clothes, toys, household supplies, etc.), see Eric Lehmkuhl for drop off those items. He is unable to take any large items but can help you with how to drop those off.
  • Bridge of Hope Volunteering – There are many different ways for you to get involved with and volunteer at Bridge of Hope! 
    • Food distribution volunteer: 2nd &  4th Saturdays of each month, 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM.
    • Donations: list of items needed on their website HERE
    • Financial support – giving information on their website
  • CAPS:  College Area Pregnancy Services (CAPS) serves women in crisis pregnancy, and you can help: become a prayer partner, donate baby gift items or support CAPS financially. See their website HERE for more info.

FELLOWSHIP / DISCIPLESHIP 

  • Home Groups: Plug into a Home Group to grow “with a growth that comes from God” (Col. 2:19). Our Home Groups meet at least three times each month including a men’s or women’s meeting. Please contact the church office at info@gracechurcheast.org for meeting information.
  • Bible Study:
    • Women’s bible study – they are taking a break for the summer and will resume after Labor Day
    • Men’s bible study – they work through a chapter per book at a time; meetings are from 6-7 a.m. every Tuesday over Zoom. Click HERE for link. For more info, please contact the church office at info@gracechurcheast.org
  • Prayer Meetings: our weekly prayer contexts in which we cry out to God together:
    • Sunday morning: on the amphitheater stage at Harry Griffen Park at 9:15 a.m.
    • Wednesday evening:  via Zoom from 7-8 p.m. Visit the prayer page on our website for more info.

CONTINUING CARE

Please continue to pray for those battling cancer and chronic illness, as well as their families: Matthew Burdette, Amanda Mullery, Jeff Richards and Debbie Sperry. Please pray specifically for Debbie, who recently reached out and has asked the church for prayer for new spots on her brain, and for more tests and treatment that are to come.

Midweek Update 06.09.21

Greetings Church Family,

It’s strange to think that one year ago (June 7th) we had our first Sunday service in the park and now we’re in the initial phase of preparing to go back to the community center. In our update today we’re going to primarily focus on the biggest piece of transitioning back indoors and that’s going to be rebuilding our ministry teams. Here’s the roadmap for our update:

  • Serving Survey
  • Missions Update: Seita and Emma
  • Member Update: Debbie Sperry

Don’t forget that we have a prayer meeting tonight, information at the bottom of this update.

SERVING SURVEY

One of the most common metaphors for the church in the New Testament is that of the family. We are all members of the household of God (Eph. 2.18) called to look to and treat each other as brothers and sisters, as mothers and fathers (1 Tim. 5.1-2). We at Grace Church have the privilege of being this family to one another!

This picture of the church as a family is a very meaningful one highlighting our close connections to one another. But this picture of the church as a family highlights another important reality for us: as members of the family, we each have an important role to play to keep the household “running” (1 Cor 12.14-26; Eph 4.16; 1 Pet 4.10-11).

This reality is especially important for us to grasp because just like it takes a lot of work to keep a household running, it’s going to take a lot of work to get our Sunday gatherings up and running.

As a first step for us in this process, we’re asking all of our members to fill out what we’re calling our “Serving Survey.” This survey contains a description of each of our Sunday teams and a place for you to “check” all of the teams that you’d be interested in serving on. This will then allow each of our ministry team leaders to know who they can reach out to as they start rebuilding their teams.

So please click HERE to take the survey and thank you in advance for considering how God might want to use you to help keep our family running.

MISSIONS UPDATE

As a church we have the privilege of supporting missionaries who are taking the gospel to some of the most underreached people groups in the world. Two of those missionaries are Seita and Emma Sakaguchi who are serving Christ in Toyosu, a neighborhood in Tokyo, Japan.

They recently sent out a prayer update which includes a personal and ministry update, as well as a couple prayer requests, including the following:

  • Pray that the Lord will lead us and give us a suitable venue [for their Sunday gatherings] in his timing.
  • Pray for deepening relationships in our community.
  • Please pray for relational fruit.
  • Please pray for God’s ongoing protection, guidance, and wisdom for our family.

I invite you to take a few moments – even right now – to pray for Seita and Emma in these ways.

Click HERE to read full update, you can also subscribe to receive their prayer update emails HERE.

MEMBER UPDATE

This week in a meeting with her doctor, Debbie Sperry found out that her most recent MRI revealed some new spots on her brain. They are unsure exactly what this means at this point and will be performing more tests in the near future. 

In light of this hard news, let’s renew our commitment to be praying for Debbie and Tim, as well as their whole family, as they walk with faith during this uncertain time. Specifically, Debbie has asked for prayer for these new spots on her brain, and for more tests and treatment that are to come. 

PRAYER MEETINGS – tonight at 7pm

As we’ve seen in this update, there’s certainly much that we can be praying for – our transition back inside, Debbie Sperry, as well as Seita and Emma – so I invite you to consider joining with other members of Grace Church at one of our weekly prayer meetings, information for each is below.

  1. Every Sunday morning down on the amphitheater stage at 9:15am we have a prayer meeting to pray for our service as well as the ministries of our church.
  2. Every Wednesday evening (that’s tonight!) we have a corporate prayer meeting via Zoom from 7-8pm. Please click HERE for the Zoom link and password.

On behalf of Steve, Marshall, Rick, and Tab,

grace and peace,
Joshua

Sunday Service Prep – 06.06.21

Grace Church Family,

As we look forward to this Sunday’s service on June 6th, here are some things to help you prepare your heart, mind, and soul to worship the Lord together.

SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE LITURGY – 06.06.21

  • Call to Worship
    • Glorious Day
    • Build My Life
  • Corporate Confession
    • Be Thou My Vision
    • Hallelujah, What a Savior
  • Pastoral Prayer
  • Sermon Text: Daniel 5
  • Sermon – “The Feast of Folly
  • Lord’s Supper
    • I Come By the Blood
    • Doxology
  • Closing / Benediction

06.06.21 SONG LYRICS
To print or access the song lyrics on your phone, click HERE.

FOR THOSE WHO ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND IN PERSON
If you are unable to attend this Sunday, you can live stream our service at 10:00 am on Facebook Live by clicking HERE. Please note that you do not need an account to watch the live stream.

GIVING
There are two ways that you can worship God through your giving at this time.

  1. Clover Give: www.gracechurcheast.org/giving. We’ve added step-by-step instructions for how to give online HERE.
  2. Mail a check (or have your bank do so) to our mailing address: P.O. Box 247, La Mesa, 91944.

Most importantly, let’s continue to be faithful in prayer as we ask our heavenly Father to “give us our daily bread” (Matt. 6.11), knowing that he knows our needs and is faithful to provide (Matt. 6.25-34).

Thank you for your faithfulness in this area as we glorify God through our finances.

WHEN & WHERE

We will be gathering at the amphitheater at Harry Griffen Park in La Mesa, which is located at: 9550 Milden Street, La Mesa, CA 91942.

For a full list of what to bring, the guidelines we’ve been asked to follow (masks, distancing, etc.), and other important information, please visit out designated Sunday Services page HERE.

Saturday Announcements: 06.05.21

FEATURED

  • June Family Lunch: Tomorrow lunch will be provided following the service. This is a great opportunity to meet new people or catch up with those you haven’t seen in a while.
  • Bridge of Hope Scholarship Fund: We invite you to contribute again this year to the Nate Upton scholarship fund providing laptops to college-bound students at Bridge of Hope. We hope to raise $1,500 for two laptops. To contribute, please go to the giving page on our website and designate “Bridge of Hope” under the fund. Contributions can also be made by check with “Bridge of Hope” in the memo line. Any contributions should be made by June 30th.
  • Discovering Grace Church Class: Our Discovering Grace Church class will be continuing after the service. This class is for anyone who wants to begin the membership process or just learn more about Grace Church. Join us after the service if you’re able and interested.
  • Men’s Gathering: Join other Men of Grace at the Cardinale’s on June 26th at 6:00pm to create new friendships and grow deeper in existing ones. Bring $5 for dinner! Please email the church office to RSVP so we can plan for food.

GATHERED WORSHIP

  • Sunday Service Parking: Click HERE for a map that shows alternate parking areas. If you park on Poppy Street, enter through the metal gate to access the trail. 
  • Sunday Service Prep: to view the Sunday liturgy and song lyrics, click HERE

OUTREACH / MISSION

  • Bridge of Hope Donations: For donations to Bridge of Hope (clothes, toys, household supplies, etc.), see Eric Lehmkuhl for drop off those items. He is unable to take any large items but can help you with how to drop those off.
  • Bridge of Hope volunteering – There are many different ways for you to get involved with and volunteer at Bridge of Hope! 
    • Food distribution volunteer: 2nd &  4th Saturdays of each month, 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM.
    • Donations: list of items needed on their website HERE
    • Financial support – giving information on their website
  • CAPS:  College Area Pregnancy Services (CAPS) serves women in crisis pregnancy, and you can help: become a prayer partner, donate baby gift items or support CAPS financially. See their website HERE for more info.

FELLOWSHIP / DISCIPLESHIP 

  • Home Groups: Plug into a Home Group to grow “with a growth that comes from God” (Col. 2:19). Our Home Groups meet at least three times each month including a men’s or women’s meeting. For a list of our home groups, visit our website HERE.
  • Bible Study: both our men’s and women’s bible studies are meeting:
    • Women’s bible study – they are taking a break for the summer and will resume after Labor Day
    • Men’s bible study – they work through a chapter per book at a time; meetings are from 6-7 a.m. every Tuesday over Zoom. Click HERE for link. For more info, please contact the church office at info@gracechurcheast.org
  • Prayer Meetings: our weekly prayer contexts in which we cry out to God together:
    •  Sunday morning: in the amphitheater at Harry Griffen Park at 9:15 a.m.
    • Wednesday evening:  via Zoom from 7-8 p.m. Visit the prayer page on our website for more info.

CONTINUING CARE

Please continue to pray for those battling cancer and chronic illness, as well as their families: Matthew Burdette, Amanda Mullery, Jeff Richards and Debbie Sperry.

Midweek Update 06.04.21

Greetings Church Family,

Hope that you’re doing well, resting in the truth that the Most High rules over human kingdoms and transforms human hearts. In our update this week we’re going to look our upcoming fasting and feasting opportunities and provide a financial summary.

As always information for our prayer meetings is at the bottom. 

FASTING AND FEASTING!

First Wednesday Fast – tomorrow!

Tomorrow is the first Wednesday of the month – a time we are setting aside as an opportunity to fast together as a church.  We do this on Wednesday in conjunction with one of our weekly prayer meetings; see below for the Zoom link for that prayer meeting.

We’ve written at length about fasting together (HERE). But to briefly summarize, fasting is a practice that Jesus assumed his followers would practice (Matt. 6) and it’s a biblical way we can express our dependence on God (see Acts 13). And we are truly dependent God’s help, power and wisdom for all that we are and do – aren’t we?

Fasting together like this is a completely voluntary pursuit, yet we ask you to consider participating in some way. It could be that you fast from a meal or meals tomorrow and use that time for prayer. If fasting from food is inadvisable for you for health reasons, consider fasting from something else (e.g., social media or entertainment) and take that time to pray instead. Regardless, we want to express our dependence on God together as a church.

For this First Wednesday Fast, please pray that God would give us wisdom as we begin planning our transition back to the community center and as plan for the upcoming ministry year.

Family Lunch – this Sunday!

Following our monthly rhythm of fasting, I’m happy to announce that this Sunday our monthly rhythm of feasting will resume because our Family Lunches are returning!

As you may remember from our time in the community center, on the first Sunday of each month we would take time to share a meal together (provided by the church) and to celebrate the good things God’s doing in our midst! Additionally, these were great contexts to get to meet new people and catch up with those you haven’t talked to in a while. And I’m so that we’re able to do this together again.

So, I invite you to stick around this Sunday after church to share a meal and connect with others.

FINANCIAL SUMMARY

At the midway point of each ministry year, we like to provide a financial update. Our desire is to be transparent so that you have a clear understanding of how we’re doing financially as well as to celebrate your generosity (2 Cor. 8-9).

In light of this, below you will find a link to view our financial summary for the first 8 months of our ministry year (ending 04.30.2021). This summary contains a high-level view of the contributions we’ve received and our total expenses. If you have any questions about this summary feel free to reach out to any of the elders.

Click HERE to view financial summary.

PRAYER MEETINGS – tomorrow at 7pm

Don’t forget about our corporate prayer meetings. Info on each of them is below.

  1. Every Sunday morning down on the amphitheater stage at 9:15am we have a prayer meeting to pray for our service as well as the ministries of our church.
  2. Every Wednesday evening (that’s tomorrow!) we have a corporate prayer meeting via Zoom from 7-8pm. Please click HERE for the Zoom link and password.

These are both great opportunities for us to come together to pray God’s word back to him and expectantly watch for his great power to be at work! Hope to see you at one of the meetings.

On behalf of Steve, Marshall, Rick, and Tab,

grace and peace,
Joshua

Sunday Service Prep – 05.30.21

Grace Church Family,

As we look forward to this Sunday’s service on May 30th, here are some things to help you prepare your heart, mind, and soul to worship the Lord together.

SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE LITURGY – 05.30.21

Call to Worship

Come Thou Fount

Hallelujah

Grace Alone

Is He Worthy?

Sermon : The Most High Rules – Daniel 4

Lord’s Supper

Christ Will Be My Hideaway

Closing / Benediction

05.30.21 SONG LYRICS

To print or access the song lyrics on your phone, click HERE

FOR THOSE WHO ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND IN PERSON
If you are unable to attend this Sunday, you can live stream our service at 10:00 am on Facebook Live by clicking HERE. Please note that you do not need an account to watch the live stream.

GIVING
There are two ways that you can worship God through your giving at this time.

  1. Clover Give: www.gracechurcheast.org/giving. We’ve added step-by-step instructions for how to give online HERE.
  2. Mail a check (or have your bank do so) to our mailing address: P.O. Box 247, La Mesa, 91944.

Most importantly, let’s continue to be faithful in prayer as we ask our heavenly Father to “give us our daily bread” (Matt. 6.11), knowing that he knows our needs and is faithful to provide (Matt. 6.25-34).

Thank you for your faithfulness in this area as we glorify God through our finances.

WHEN & WHERE

We will be gathering at the amphitheater at Harry Griffen Park in La Mesa, which is located at: 9550 Milden Street, La Mesa, CA 91942. Remember that we will only have ONE service at 10:00am for the remainder of the summer.

For a full list of what to bring, the guidelines we’ve been asked to follow (masks, distancing, etc.), and other important information, please visit out designated Sunday Services page HERE.