Cristmas Family Workshop 2017_19 The Christmas Family Workshop Santa photos are now available on the website.  Click on the photo to see the gallery.  Our apologies for the issues with the printers during the workshop.  If you were unable to get prints of your photo feel free to download your picture from the gallery.

Image result for community outreachAgain this year Grosse Pointe Congregational Church will partner with Trinity-St. Mark’s UCC in South-west Detroit to provide new toys and games for families that need assistance providing Christmas gifts for their children. Let’s help spread Christmas joy!

Fifteen years ago, members of Trinity-St. Mark’s provided a toy “store” for 3 families who could not afford Christmas gifts for their children. Last year the store provided gifts for more than 900 children in Southwest Detroit. Other churches, businesses, and organizations help to provide toys, family games, books, outdoor toys, and craft projects for children preschool through 12 years old.

Trinity-St. Mark’s works with the teachers at Bennett Elementary School to identify families that will need help over the holidays. Letters are sent to those families who then make an appoint-ment to shop on a specific day.

Here is where GPCC can help: We are asking church members to purchase new toys, games, books, craft projects, outdoor toys, etc., for children ages preschool through 12 years. Then, deliver the gifts to church, unwrapped, by Sunday, December 17. Yes, unwrapped! Simply purchase and bring to church. Leaving the toys unwrapped allows the parents who shop at the event to choose (and wrap) the gifts they know their children will like and to keep the surprise until Christmas morn-ing.

There are 3 ways members of Grosse Pointe Congregational Church can participate:

  1. Purchase toys, games, craft projects and books for children preschool through 12 years and de-liver, unwrapped, to our church by 11am on Sunday December 17.
  2. Contribute financially. Shopping is done by church store staff at the last minute to assure there is a balance of toys. Place donations in yellow or blue envelope by Sunday, December 17, and mark “Christmas Toy Box Project.”
  3. Volunteer to assist with the delivery of our toys directly after worship on Sunday Dec 17. A sign-up will be posted outside the church office.

We look forward to our church’s active and generous participation in the Toy Box Pro-ject.

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The Outreach Committee

Image result for mitten treeThe Mitten Tree will be in the lounge from November 26 - December 17.

Please bring warm mittens and gloves, hats, scarves and men's socks to decorate it. Items for both children and adults are needed. In the past items have gone to Poupard School, Friendship House, and Cross-roads. Let's spread our love and warmth this Christmas season.

Welcome to Grosse Pointe Congregational Church.  At Grosse Pointe Congregational Church, or GPCC, I greet you in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior.  Thank you for dropping by via your browser.  GPCC is a church on-fire with the power and love of the Holy Spirit.  Through God's wondrous love, we are a caring congregation: caring for the spiritual and hunger needs of our members and non-members.

We feed spritual hunger pains through music in Sunday worship, and thorugh our art gallery, which changes every 1-2 months.  Please visit our Facebook Arts Ministry page for upcoming events and information.

Our congregation is part of the United Church of Christ ( family and we come from all walks of life to center our lives and hearts on God.  Each week the services adn sermons encoaurge us to live the Gospel of Jesus Christ as we discern what we believe we hear the Still-Speaking God saying.

If you are looking for a church family, we'd love to adopt you as a brother or sister in Christ.  We also invite you to listen to our weekly sermons, and if your life is changed or you are inspired by God to give to our ministries, please click here: DONATION.

God's blessings,

Rev. Richard Yeager-Stiver


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