Weekly Update


Sunday, August 9
9:00am – Sunday School (Seekers Zoom Meeting)
10:00am – Facebook Live Worship

Monday, August 10
7:00am – Prayer Breakfast at Fishburn Park

Tuesday, August 11
10:00am – Staff Meeting on Zoom
7:00pm – MAC Council on Zoom

Thursday, August 13
4:15pm-7:15pm – Help at the Rescue Mission

Saturday, August 15
10:00am – Rise to Hunger Event


If you have been serving as an usher and/or a greeter and are willing to volunteer again, please contact David Fox at eyeseelife@gmail.com by August 20. If you have not already volunteered as a Deacon greeter and would like to do so, please contact Anita White at nitab827@yahoo.com to volunteer. Procedures will be different and instructions will be sent out at the end of August. As we look toward opening our building and meeting in person, we encourage you to make a decision that is right for you and your family. Thank you!


Saturday, August 15
10:00am to 2:00pm

To register for or donate to this event, please click on the following link:



Monday, August 10, at 7:00am
At the Fishburn Park Picnic Pavilion
(next to the tennis courts)
Anyone is welcome to attend.

If you have any questions about the Monday morning prayer breakfast, please contact Brad Brewer by phone 540-589-6536 or e-mail Bradbrewer2015@gmail.com. If you have any prayer concerns or praises you would like to share with the group, the new e-mail thanks to Melissa Kessler is prayergcbc@grandincourtbaptist.org.



Rebel Rabbi:  Bad Behaviors of an Untamed Jesus
The Son of God had habits and behaviors considered by some in his day to be mildly annoying at best and blatantly sinful at worst.  Jesus’ manners most likely would offend some even today.  Some of these bad habits were viewed as sins against Torah.  Some were seen as bad habits of hygiene and holiness.  Others were considered downright rude.  However, all of the “bad habits” of Jesus would reveal truths about God’s love and message vital for us.

Would the Rebel Rabbi offend our delicate sensitivities today?  If not, maybe we’ve watered down the point of His message.  If not, maybe we’ve whitewashed the scandalous nature of the Gospels.  Jesus the Truth came to trouble the world with truth; raw, unadulterated, shocking truth.  Maybe learning to be “bad” like Jesus in the eyes of the world, we can learn to live “good” for the Kingdom of God.

2 – Ordinary Things, Matthew 17:24-27
9 – Healing Saliva, John 9:1-7
16 – Original Feminist, Matthew 28:1-10
23 – Party Animal, Luke 7:31-35
30 – Ankle Biters, Matthew 19:13-15



We invite you to join us Wednesday evening at 7:30 pm. Please email secretary@grandincourtbaptist.org if you would like to have the link to join the meeting.

August 12 – Bradley Icard, DO, employed at the LeBauer Pulmonary Care at Greensboro.  Board certified in pulmonary disease and internal medicine, Dr. Icard specializes in critical care medicine and pulmonary medicine. His professional interests include lung cancer staging, bronchoscopy, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and critical care.  Bradley and his wife, Kim, are also former members of GCBC.



Join us for worship each Sunday morning at 10:00am on the Grandin Court Baptist Church Facebook page.  You do not have to be a member of Facebook to view the page or the video . If you would be willing to read and record one of our anniversary moments or scripture, please contact Melissa Fox by email joyfulnoise@grandincourtbaptist.org.


Upper Room devotionals are now in for the months of September and October.  Please let me know if you would like to have one. 
Vicki (secretary@grandincourtbaptist.org)


The MAC (Ministry Activities’ Center) will continue to be closed until further notice due to COVID-19.


It is time again to order offering envelopes for 2021.  If you have been using them this year and want to continue receiving them, you do not have to notify me.  You will be on the list to receive them for next year.  If you have not been using them, but would like to, please let me know.

Thank you!


We need volunteers to help out at the Rescue Mission Thursday, August 13, from 4:15pm-7:15pm.  If anyone can help, please contact Josh Owen at 434-315-4078 or joshowen07@gmail.com.

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