New Summer Adult Sunday School classes starting June 30th:Summer Classes
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WHO WE ARE
Shady Grove Presbyterian Church is a loving and warm church community of people of all ages who are committed to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We seek to serve the diverse community of Montgomery County, everyone from our elected leaders to newly-arrived non-English speaking neighbors. Attendance on Sundays averages around 250 and includes younger and older families, children and youth, college students, singles, and empty nesters.
WHY WE'RE HERE
Our goal is to be a church community where people seeking to serve Jesus Christ can grow in their personal walk with Him and in their ability to serve His Kingdom in our area and around the world. We have a blended worship service that mixes contemporary Scripture songs and praise choruses with the traditional hymns. Our doctrine emphasizes the sovereignty of God in all things, especially salvation. We ascribe to the Westminster Confession of Faith and we are a member of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).
Fond Farewell to Mary Boyed Mahoney
Sun, Jun 23
Everyone is invited to a reception immediately after church, next Sunday, June 23, to celebrate Mary’s time with us here at Shady Grove. Mary has contributed her skills and talents for many years in various ways and she will be greatly missed! Please plan to stay and enjoy a bite or two, and bid Mary a fond farewell. RSVP and sign up to help with food.
Kid's Adventure Days
Jul 8 - Jul 12
PARENTS: July 8th-10th from 10-noon at the church there will be a program for children ages 4yrs to 5th grade. Each day they will sing, have a lesson, an activity, adventure or service project. Then on July 11th and 12th, plan to participate in fun at a local park. Monday-Wednesday the children may be dropped off, while Thursday and Friday park days will require a parent to attend with their children.
Shady Grove Book Club
Mon, Jul 15
Veronica Kerr's home
Summer vacations are quickly approaching and this is the perfect time to read, or re-read, that classic novel you've wanted to read. The book club will discuss Great Expectations by Charles Dickens in July and all are invited to join us for fellowship, food, and a casual discussion. We will meet at Veronica Kerr's home on July 15 at 7:00 pm.