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Youth Wish List

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Youth Program Wish List
Through the generosity of our 20 Next Capital Campaign, we recently renovated the Youth Ministry rooms at Grace Avenue. We would like to add some final touches to those renovations and we need your help! We are looking to add some TV’s, gaming systems, additional seating and some technology to help our volunteers lead lessons and other programs.

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Grace Avenue Egg Hunt 2019

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Easter Egg Hunt (Infants-5th Grades)
Sunday, April 14th | 4:30-6:30pm
$5 per child/$10 family max

Celebrate the joy of Easter! The Meat Ministry will sell hamburgers and hot dogs for a minimal cost. There will be free bounce houses, petting zoo, trackless train, egg toss, and activities.

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Master, Is It I? (2019)

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Master, Is it I?
April 14th at 7:00pm
Grace Avenue Worship Center

You will not want to miss this beautiful production of a
Living Last Supper by members and friends of Grace Avenue.
In this inspiring play, each disciple comes to life and tells about his relationship with Christ. Experience the power of Jesus’ words and actions on the last night of his life. This presentation is for all ages. Come and experience this beautiful program!

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The F-Word Exhibition

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The F-Word: Stories of Forgiveness
April 10th – 20th* at from 8:30am-8:00pm
(*Closes at noon on April 20th)
The Sanctuary Narthex

This exhibit is a thought provoking collection of arresting images and personal narratives exploring forgiveness in the face of atrocity. Drawing together voices from South Africa, America, Israel, Palestine, Northern Ireland and England, the exhibition examines forgiveness as a healing process, a path out of victimhood and, ultimately,
a journey of hope.

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Homelessness 101 – March 31, 2019

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Homelessness 101
Sunday, March 31st
2:00-4:00pm in Tom Graves Hall
Join Mary Martin and other expert speakers (listed below) from area advocacy groups for an informational conversation about homelessness in our community. Expert speakers from the City of Frisco, United Way, Frisco Family Services and the Assistance Center of Collin County will be on-hand for conversation and questions.

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Women’s Night Out – April 4, 2019

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Women’s Night Out: Lenten Dinner & Conversation
Thursday, April 4 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
Come join the women of Grace Avenue for a night of dinner and conversation focused on how we open ourselves to grow closer to God during the season of Lent. What does it mean to struggle in the wilderness? What does it mean to re-claim my faith?

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2019 Grace Avenue Women’s Retreat

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Grace Avenue 2019Women’s Retreat – Tables of Grace
Saturday, May 4—Sunday, May 5, 2019
You are invited to a weekend of gathering around Tables of Grace with other women to talk about the joys and struggles of our lives. We believe the connection we have as women is important and it all begins with grace: grace for ourselves and for others. Conversation starters will include the work of Brene Brown on shame and vulnerability, Christine Caine’s book/video Unashamed and Rachel Hollis’ bestselling book Girl, Wash Your Face. Laura Echols-Richter will weave Scripture through our table talk offering a foundation of faith.

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2018 Grace Avenue Women’s Retreat Copy

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Grace Avenue 2018 Women’s Retreat – Brave Enough
Saturday, April 14—Sunday, April 15, 2018
We talk a lot about fear in our world today.  Does your fear ever hold you back?  Does our fear continue to isolate us?  How would you be different if you could let go?  The courage to change doesn’t have to mean cliff-diving out of your comfort zone.  Our program throughout the weekend will focus on the courage to be brave enough for yourself, for God and for your calling right where you are.

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March 2019 Blood Drive at Grace Avenue

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Sunday, March 31, 2019
8:00am-1:30pm
The need is constant. Every minute of every day, someone needs blood. That blood can only come from a volunteer donor, a person like you who makes the choice to donate. There is no substitute for your donation. Giving takes about 45 minutes and can save up to 3 lives. Please join us to maintain a safe and stable blood supply.

Reserve you donation time at the link below. Walk-in donors are welcome as time permits.

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Lent 2019

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During our Lenten Journey we are focusing on forgiveness. Forgiving ourselves. Forgiving others. Accepting the forgiveness that we find in Christ’s suffering. We will use worship, study, prayer, meditation, labyrinth-walking, and other spiritual practices to guide us to view the world and ourselves though the lens of forgiveness. Join us at Grace Avenue as we take this journey.