By Anna Beth Cross Luke 24:1-12 Christ is Risen, Christ is Risen Indeed! Here we are, at the end of the 40(ish) days of Lent, singing “Alleluias” and giving shouts of praise to God! We made it, the waiting is over–what a refreshing, life-giving feeling! This season of Lent was a challenging one…the first “semi-normal” … Continued
Join us for Youth Winter Retreat February 25 (5:30-10pm) and February 26 (9am-8pm) at the church! We will have small groups, games, fellowship, mission projects, worship, and more. Sign-up deadline is February 6 and cost is $30 (includes 4 meals and a tshirt). Checks can be mailed or brought to the church office.
WFH: Working FOR Home, Wednesday Night Zoom Series In recent days, many of us have been WFH (Working From Home), and though there are some challenges that come with it, the opportunity and option of working from home is undeniably a privilege. While some of us are able to maintain our personal and professional lives … Continued
Updated on March 6, 2022 Worship at GreystoneWe are still offering in-person worship (also available via live stream) at 9:30 a.m. on Sundays. Our Family Worship Space is open in the Fellowship Hall during worship (masks are required). Sunday School for March Adults – Most of our Adult Bible Study classes will be returning to … Continued
Mark your calendars for an exciting opportunity! On the Wednesday evenings of January 19 and 26 at 6pm, we will be holding a book study on Zoom with the author of A Riff of Love: Notes on Community and Belonging – Greg Jarrell. On January 19, the author will provide background on his work, so it will … Continued
On Sunday, December 26, we will gather for worship at 9:30 am in the sanctuary for “Stories & Songs.” Dress comfortably and come celebrate Christmas with us as we sing songs and share stories together. There will not be Sunday School after the service.
Join us for a candelight service this Christmas Eve, December 24, at 5:00 pm in our sanctuary. It will be a service of lessons and carols, enjoyable for the whole family, as we continue to celebrate Advent and the coming birth of Jesus Christ.
By Anna Beth Cross What does it mean to be home? During this time of year, we hear a lot of phrases such as “home is where your heart is,” especially if you watch as many Christmas Hallmark movies or Rom-Coms like I do. The idea of home leaves us with questions…where is home? Who … Continued
A Service for the Longest Night We would like to invite you to a special service called, A Service for The Longest Night, on Tuesday, December 21 at 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary at Greystone Baptist Church. In this service, which is held on the longest night of the year, we will attend to our anxiety, our … Continued