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Heritage: Then & Now

By Pastor Chrissy This September we celebrate Greystone’s 38th birthday with a day of worship, fellowship, food, and even some good old-fashioned fun. (Be sure to check out the bottom of page 2 for a full schedule of Heritage Sunday events). Unlike in years past, however, we are also using this day of celebration to … Continued

Ministry Impact Report: April-June 2022

A Note from Pastor Chrissy In the second quarter of this year, the people of Greystone have experienced many opportunities to gather socially and spiritually as we continue to move toward our bright future together with God. This report offers a snapshot – a small glimpse – of the renewal that we are experiencing together. … Continued

As We (Re)Gather

The month of June marks one year since we resumed our weekly, in-person worshipservices. In many ways it feels like much longer than that yet, in many ways it is hard tobelieve twelve months have passed since staff and lay leaders sat down to recordworship elements with our smartphones and digital cameras. Even though the … Continued

Ministry Impact Report: Jan-Mar 2022

A Note from Pastor Chrissy Sometimes we can get bogged down in the daily challenges we face as individuals and as a congregation. Everything feels different now, and because of that it can be difficult to see the good things that are happening in our church. As the first quarter came to an end, we … Continued

An Expansive Life

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

The Stones Would Shout Out

By Annie Hardison-Moody Luke 19:28-40 On Palm Sunday, does anyone else immediately think of the Jesus Christ Superstar song, “Hosanna”? I’m a lifelong musical nerd, and this show was one of the first that I listened to (over and over and over again, according to my family). I loved the latest NBC version with John … Continued

Brazen Acts of Beauty

By Kim Eshleman In John 12:1-8, Jesus visits the home of his friend, Lazarus, in Bethany on his way to Jerusalem just a few days before the Passover. His other friends, Martha and Mary, are also there. Just prior to this visit, Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead, further establishing himself as a threat in … Continued

Prodigal Grace

By Justin Williamson Luke 15:11-32 “Father, I have sinned against heaven and before you; I am no longer worthy to be called your son; treat me like one of your hired hands.”’ So he set off and went to his father. But while he was still far off, his father saw him and was filled with compassion; … Continued

The Answer is, “Yes!”

By Marcia Ostendorff Luke 13:1-9 | Isaiah 55:1-9 Then he told this parable: “A man had a fig tree planted in his vineyard; and he came looking for fruit on it and found none. So he said to the gardener, ‘See here! For three years I have come looking for fruit on this fig tree, … Continued

Like a Baby in Her Mama’s Arms

By Keith Vaughn Psalm 27 | Luke 13:31-35 Do you remember a time in your life that you felt most safe? Possibly it was as a child in the secure and loving arms of your mother or father. Perhaps you were hunkered down in your bed with the blankets pulled up over your head after … Continued