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  • Men's Bible Study: Exodus
    Men's Bible Study: Exodus

    7:30am – 9:30am

    Exodus, the Book of the Departure from Egypt—another big, long book of the Bible (40 chapters—longer than anything in the New Testament but shorter than Genesis’s 50 chapters) that starts with the offspring of Jacob in Egypt and in slavery. (We left them in Genesis, our last study, living in Egypt but living in its “River Oaks”—free men and women living in Goshen while everyone else worked for Pharaoh.) Things have changed in their circumstances. Sound familiar? At first, the Israelites had it good in Egypt (NOT the “Promised Land”), thanks in large to Joseph, the gifted, perhaps too gifted younger brother of the 12 sons of Jacob of whom 10 sought to kill as a teenager in Canaan. Time is a superb change agent. These 10 would-be Cains subsequently found themselves bowing down to this Egyptianized younger brother who had become a very, very big shot in Egypt when these jealous, covetous offspring of the King-of-Deceit Jacob needed food for their families. If you missed Genesis, too bad—it’s a great read. One of the MBS “Bobs” who did not miss it claims it rid him of his sentimental notion of “the Beginning,” while others described it as an “unmasking of humanity,” a collection of “light-bulb moments,” as definitely not “a bed of roses,” and a book that “reads as history, but is more than that.” The Bottom Line, they said: “God stayed with us” because “he has a plan.” No surprise there—God tells us that in Genesis 3. By Genesis 50 it is clear he seems serious about that; by the New Testament, there can be no doubt of it. Here’s the deal, brother: God is staying with you because he has a plan for you that is far, far better than the one you have conjured up on your own! Wonder what his plan might be? Exodus is the second book of the Bible and in it God shows us even more how he is staying with us, especially when things get tough. Exodus is a book in three major parts: tough times, in fact very tough times in Egypt, a tough trip of out Egypt to a mountain called Sinai, and then a scary encounter there with the God who made everything around us from nothing as he draws near to the offspring he promised he would make for his servant Abraham, way back in Genesis. Exodus can be a tough read on you own: Lots of weirdness by our standards, lots of miraculous stuff with lots of meaning, lots of “tough love” in our jargon, but God’s unwavering commitment to save us from an eternity without him through a people that are as stubborn as those in your own family. This is where Grace Anglican’s Saturday Men’s Bible Study (MBS) is ready to jump into your life and help you out! Ever wondered if there’s more to life than what you’ve been getting? Ever feel lost, like you’re not sure where you are at times? Ever wonder who the heck you really are, why things are so screwed up, and what the heck can you do about it? Ever fret that plan of yours seems to be fraying at the edges? If not, sleep in on Saturday mornings, bro—you’ve earned it! But if so, then give the Saturday MBS a try. We make it easy, too. “Zoom in” one Saturday. If you like what you see and hear, then come on down to Grace the next Saturday for some genuine MALE fellowship, strong, hot coffee, a great breakfast, and a close encounter with God through his Word. If you join up, you get a special MAN NAME and some brothers who’ll get as close to you as you’ll allow. Same goes for God. He’s looking to draw you closer, brother. So come on down to the MBS and let him! You’ll never, ever regret it. Contact Bill Russell at bill@graceanglicankaty.com for the Zoom link test drive. No insurance required! And, if you are really hungry for something real in your life: Satisfaction guaranteed! Learn More

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  • Men's Bible Study: Exodus
    Men's Bible Study: Exodus

    7:30am – 9:30am

    Exodus, the Book of the Departure from Egypt—another big, long book of the Bible (40 chapters—longer than anything in the New Testament but shorter than Genesis’s 50 chapters) that starts with the offspring of Jacob in Egypt and in slavery. (We left them in Genesis, our last study, living in Egypt but living in its “River Oaks”—free men and women living in Goshen while everyone else worked for Pharaoh.) Things have changed in their circumstances. Sound familiar? At first, the Israelites had it good in Egypt (NOT the “Promised Land”), thanks in large to Joseph, the gifted, perhaps too gifted younger brother of the 12 sons of Jacob of whom 10 sought to kill as a teenager in Canaan. Time is a superb change agent. These 10 would-be Cains subsequently found themselves bowing down to this Egyptianized younger brother who had become a very, very big shot in Egypt when these jealous, covetous offspring of the King-of-Deceit Jacob needed food for their families. If you missed Genesis, too bad—it’s a great read. One of the MBS “Bobs” who did not miss it claims it rid him of his sentimental notion of “the Beginning,” while others described it as an “unmasking of humanity,” a collection of “light-bulb moments,” as definitely not “a bed of roses,” and a book that “reads as history, but is more than that.” The Bottom Line, they said: “God stayed with us” because “he has a plan.” No surprise there—God tells us that in Genesis 3. By Genesis 50 it is clear he seems serious about that; by the New Testament, there can be no doubt of it. Here’s the deal, brother: God is staying with you because he has a plan for you that is far, far better than the one you have conjured up on your own! Wonder what his plan might be? Exodus is the second book of the Bible and in it God shows us even more how he is staying with us, especially when things get tough. Exodus is a book in three major parts: tough times, in fact very tough times in Egypt, a tough trip of out Egypt to a mountain called Sinai, and then a scary encounter there with the God who made everything around us from nothing as he draws near to the offspring he promised he would make for his servant Abraham, way back in Genesis. Exodus can be a tough read on you own: Lots of weirdness by our standards, lots of miraculous stuff with lots of meaning, lots of “tough love” in our jargon, but God’s unwavering commitment to save us from an eternity without him through a people that are as stubborn as those in your own family. This is where Grace Anglican’s Saturday Men’s Bible Study (MBS) is ready to jump into your life and help you out! Ever wondered if there’s more to life than what you’ve been getting? Ever feel lost, like you’re not sure where you are at times? Ever wonder who the heck you really are, why things are so screwed up, and what the heck can you do about it? Ever fret that plan of yours seems to be fraying at the edges? If not, sleep in on Saturday mornings, bro—you’ve earned it! But if so, then give the Saturday MBS a try. We make it easy, too. “Zoom in” one Saturday. If you like what you see and hear, then come on down to Grace the next Saturday for some genuine MALE fellowship, strong, hot coffee, a great breakfast, and a close encounter with God through his Word. If you join up, you get a special MAN NAME and some brothers who’ll get as close to you as you’ll allow. Same goes for God. He’s looking to draw you closer, brother. So come on down to the MBS and let him! You’ll never, ever regret it. Contact Bill Russell at bill@graceanglicankaty.com for the Zoom link test drive. No insurance required! And, if you are really hungry for something real in your life: Satisfaction guaranteed! Learn More

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  • Men's Bible Study: Exodus
    Men's Bible Study: Exodus

    7:30am – 9:30am

    Exodus, the Book of the Departure from Egypt—another big, long book of the Bible (40 chapters—longer than anything in the New Testament but shorter than Genesis’s 50 chapters) that starts with the offspring of Jacob in Egypt and in slavery. (We left them in Genesis, our last study, living in Egypt but living in its “River Oaks”—free men and women living in Goshen while everyone else worked for Pharaoh.) Things have changed in their circumstances. Sound familiar? At first, the Israelites had it good in Egypt (NOT the “Promised Land”), thanks in large to Joseph, the gifted, perhaps too gifted younger brother of the 12 sons of Jacob of whom 10 sought to kill as a teenager in Canaan. Time is a superb change agent. These 10 would-be Cains subsequently found themselves bowing down to this Egyptianized younger brother who had become a very, very big shot in Egypt when these jealous, covetous offspring of the King-of-Deceit Jacob needed food for their families. If you missed Genesis, too bad—it’s a great read. One of the MBS “Bobs” who did not miss it claims it rid him of his sentimental notion of “the Beginning,” while others described it as an “unmasking of humanity,” a collection of “light-bulb moments,” as definitely not “a bed of roses,” and a book that “reads as history, but is more than that.” The Bottom Line, they said: “God stayed with us” because “he has a plan.” No surprise there—God tells us that in Genesis 3. By Genesis 50 it is clear he seems serious about that; by the New Testament, there can be no doubt of it. Here’s the deal, brother: God is staying with you because he has a plan for you that is far, far better than the one you have conjured up on your own! Wonder what his plan might be? Exodus is the second book of the Bible and in it God shows us even more how he is staying with us, especially when things get tough. Exodus is a book in three major parts: tough times, in fact very tough times in Egypt, a tough trip of out Egypt to a mountain called Sinai, and then a scary encounter there with the God who made everything around us from nothing as he draws near to the offspring he promised he would make for his servant Abraham, way back in Genesis. Exodus can be a tough read on you own: Lots of weirdness by our standards, lots of miraculous stuff with lots of meaning, lots of “tough love” in our jargon, but God’s unwavering commitment to save us from an eternity without him through a people that are as stubborn as those in your own family. This is where Grace Anglican’s Saturday Men’s Bible Study (MBS) is ready to jump into your life and help you out! Ever wondered if there’s more to life than what you’ve been getting? Ever feel lost, like you’re not sure where you are at times? Ever wonder who the heck you really are, why things are so screwed up, and what the heck can you do about it? Ever fret that plan of yours seems to be fraying at the edges? If not, sleep in on Saturday mornings, bro—you’ve earned it! But if so, then give the Saturday MBS a try. We make it easy, too. “Zoom in” one Saturday. If you like what you see and hear, then come on down to Grace the next Saturday for some genuine MALE fellowship, strong, hot coffee, a great breakfast, and a close encounter with God through his Word. If you join up, you get a special MAN NAME and some brothers who’ll get as close to you as you’ll allow. Same goes for God. He’s looking to draw you closer, brother. So come on down to the MBS and let him! You’ll never, ever regret it. Contact Bill Russell at bill@graceanglicankaty.com for the Zoom link test drive. No insurance required! And, if you are really hungry for something real in your life: Satisfaction guaranteed! Learn More

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  • Adult Forum: Galatians
  • Sunday Worship
    Sunday Worship

    10:30am – 12:00pm

    Join us for our Sunday morning worship gathering. Learn More

  • Grace Student Ministries
    Grace Student Ministries

    12:00pm – 2:00pm

  • Second Annual Celebrate the Nations Potluck
    Second Annual Celebrate the Nations Potluck

    12:00pm – 1:30pm

    Did you know that history is headed for something, that there is a goal? Here it is. After this I looked, and behold, a great multitude that no one could number, from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages, standing before the throne and before the Lamb, clothed in white robes, with palm branches in their hands, and crying out with a loud voice, “Salvation belongs to our God who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb!” (Revelation 7:9-10) Imagine the scene. So many people they can’t be numbered. All sorts of people, unified as one giving Glory to God and to Jesus. It will be the best worship service anyone has ever known. No one will look at their watch. No one will yawn or fall asleep. It will be all joy all the time. Two things are noteworthy. First, we have a part in making it happen. On the day of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit fell on the disciples, empowering them to carry out the Great Commission. Jesus has said, “Go… and make disciples of all nations.” As we share our faith, we get one step closer to the scene described in Revelation. Second, we at Grace already have a foretaste of the heavenly scene. Each of us has a heritage, a country of origin. And to celebrate that, we will be having a fun day on Sunday May 19. Our service will focus on God’s love for all people. AND after the service, we will have a pot luck where we will share food from our country of origin. Can’t you just taste marinara made the old fashioned Italian way? And how about real Mexican food, not Tex-Mex. Add in some Nigerian, some German and maybe some Texas BBQ and it will be a flavor extravaganza. You won’t want to miss this. Sign up in the foyer. Learn More

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  • Men's Bible Study: Exodus
    Men's Bible Study: Exodus

    7:30am – 9:30am

    Exodus, the Book of the Departure from Egypt—another big, long book of the Bible (40 chapters—longer than anything in the New Testament but shorter than Genesis’s 50 chapters) that starts with the offspring of Jacob in Egypt and in slavery. (We left them in Genesis, our last study, living in Egypt but living in its “River Oaks”—free men and women living in Goshen while everyone else worked for Pharaoh.) Things have changed in their circumstances. Sound familiar? At first, the Israelites had it good in Egypt (NOT the “Promised Land”), thanks in large to Joseph, the gifted, perhaps too gifted younger brother of the 12 sons of Jacob of whom 10 sought to kill as a teenager in Canaan. Time is a superb change agent. These 10 would-be Cains subsequently found themselves bowing down to this Egyptianized younger brother who had become a very, very big shot in Egypt when these jealous, covetous offspring of the King-of-Deceit Jacob needed food for their families. If you missed Genesis, too bad—it’s a great read. One of the MBS “Bobs” who did not miss it claims it rid him of his sentimental notion of “the Beginning,” while others described it as an “unmasking of humanity,” a collection of “light-bulb moments,” as definitely not “a bed of roses,” and a book that “reads as history, but is more than that.” The Bottom Line, they said: “God stayed with us” because “he has a plan.” No surprise there—God tells us that in Genesis 3. By Genesis 50 it is clear he seems serious about that; by the New Testament, there can be no doubt of it. Here’s the deal, brother: God is staying with you because he has a plan for you that is far, far better than the one you have conjured up on your own! Wonder what his plan might be? Exodus is the second book of the Bible and in it God shows us even more how he is staying with us, especially when things get tough. Exodus is a book in three major parts: tough times, in fact very tough times in Egypt, a tough trip of out Egypt to a mountain called Sinai, and then a scary encounter there with the God who made everything around us from nothing as he draws near to the offspring he promised he would make for his servant Abraham, way back in Genesis. Exodus can be a tough read on you own: Lots of weirdness by our standards, lots of miraculous stuff with lots of meaning, lots of “tough love” in our jargon, but God’s unwavering commitment to save us from an eternity without him through a people that are as stubborn as those in your own family. This is where Grace Anglican’s Saturday Men’s Bible Study (MBS) is ready to jump into your life and help you out! Ever wondered if there’s more to life than what you’ve been getting? Ever feel lost, like you’re not sure where you are at times? Ever wonder who the heck you really are, why things are so screwed up, and what the heck can you do about it? Ever fret that plan of yours seems to be fraying at the edges? If not, sleep in on Saturday mornings, bro—you’ve earned it! But if so, then give the Saturday MBS a try. We make it easy, too. “Zoom in” one Saturday. If you like what you see and hear, then come on down to Grace the next Saturday for some genuine MALE fellowship, strong, hot coffee, a great breakfast, and a close encounter with God through his Word. If you join up, you get a special MAN NAME and some brothers who’ll get as close to you as you’ll allow. Same goes for God. He’s looking to draw you closer, brother. So come on down to the MBS and let him! You’ll never, ever regret it. Contact Bill Russell at bill@graceanglicankaty.com for the Zoom link test drive. No insurance required! And, if you are really hungry for something real in your life: Satisfaction guaranteed! Learn More

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Adult Forum: Galatians
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Men's Bible Study
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Women's Evening Bible Study: Encounter the Spirit
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18 Sat
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Men's Bible Study: Exodus
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19 Sun
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19 Sun
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19 Sun
12:00pm – 1:30pm
Second Annual Celebrate the Nations Potluck
12:00pm – 1:30pm
21 Tue
7:00pm – 8:30pm
Women's Evening Bible Study: Encounter the Spirit
Women's Bible Study
7:00pm – 8:30pm
25 Sat
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Men's Bible Study: Exodus
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7:30am – 9:30am
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26 Sun
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Women's Evening Bible Study: Encounter the Spirit
Women's Bible Study
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June 2024
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Men's Bible Study: Exodus
Men's Bible Study
7:30am – 9:30am
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Men's Bible Study: Exodus
Men's Bible Study
7:30am – 9:30am
30 Sun
10:30am – 12:00pm
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Worship Gathering
10:30am – 12:00pm
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Student Ministry
12:00pm – 2:00pm
July 2024
6 Sat
7:30am – 9:30am
Men's Bible Study: Exodus
Men's Bible Study
7:30am – 9:30am
7 Sun
10:30am – 12:00pm
Sunday Worship
Worship Gathering
10:30am – 12:00pm
7 Sun
12:00pm – 2:00pm
Grace Student Ministries
Student Ministry
12:00pm – 2:00pm
13 Sat
7:30am – 9:30am
Men's Bible Study: Exodus
Men's Bible Study
7:30am – 9:30am
14 Sun
10:30am – 12:00pm
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Worship Gathering
10:30am – 12:00pm
14 Sun
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20 Sat
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7:30am – 9:30am
21 Sun
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10:30am – 12:00pm
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Men's Bible Study: Exodus
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10:30am – 12:00pm
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