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In Our Prayers

  • Let’s remember those in our community suffering from the flu and COVID.
  • Sesley High fell and broke her leg recently. Pray for her quick recovery.
  • Praise God! John Damm, fiancé of Pat Todd, was told last week that he is now cancer free! Pray for him has he finishes out his chemo treatments.

Friends Day

Join us THIS SUNDAY, March 3, for Friends Day. This is a special day to invite that one person you have always wanted to invite to Glenwood. The Spirit is alive and active in our community. Let’s invite others to join us!

New Music Texas

THIS WEEKEND, March 1–2, plan on making the trek to DFW for NEW MUSIC TEXAS at Legacy Church of Christ in North Richland Hills. Come learn new songs and worship with other churches from around the country! We’re excited that Mike Cope, Shane Coffman, Randy Gill, our own D.J. Bulls, and many more will be leading us for this wonderful weekend. Click here to register and see the schedule.

New Sermon Series

Join us this Sunday as we launch a new sermon series entitled, “God and Father.” The letter to Ephesians begins by keeping first things first – praising our God and Father for what He has done for us. In a divided world and, at times, a divided Church, we, too, should return our focus to our God and Father.

Karing Kitchen

Our next opportunity to serve will be Monday, March 4, at the Benevolence Center (215 S Bonner Ave). We are serving in-person and need help with setup, serving, and cleanup beginning at 4:30 p.m. The evening typically lasts until 6:30 p.m. We expect the next few months to be busier than normal, and extra help would be most welcome! For details, contact Pat Gerth at (903) 312-8441.

Worship Highlight

If you’d like to listen and sing along with a joyful song we introduced on Sunday, click here to listen to, “House of the Lord.” We’ll be singing it again over the coming weeks.

Donuts and Daylight Saving

Spring Forward! Daylight saving begins Sunday, March 10. Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead. We’ll be “celebrating” with donuts and coffee in the Gathering Room at 9 a.m.

Church Cleanup

All hands on deck! Join us Saturday, March 23, at 9 a.m. as we give our building (inside and out) a much needed touch-up. We need all the help we can get! We want our building to be as clean and inviting as possible for Easter Sunday. If you have a particular skill you think might be especially helpful on this day, please let us know by emailing or texting Marjorie or any of the ministers. This will help us get folks in the right area to get as much done as we can!

Ladies’ Bible Class

Ladies’ Bible Class meets Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. in the Gathering Room. We’re studying “Loving My Actual Neighbor.” 

Lunch Buddies

Once again, we have an opportunity to serve Rice Elementary. Volunteers are needed each day from 10:25 a.m.–12:50 p.m. to assist during the lunch period for each group of students. For more information, contact Stefanie Albright.

Share About Glenwood on Social Media

Spread the word! When you “like” a post from Glenwood on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, would you help us by sharing it as well? Reaching people virtually is a significant way for us to be Kingdom-minded and engage our neighbors. Speaking of social media…Have you subscribed to our YouTube worship channel? You can do so here: youtube.com/GlenwoodWorship.

Glenwood Quilters

The Glenwood Quilters meet every Tuesday from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. All are welcome – no experience necessary! If you’re interested, please contact the church office.

Mobile Haircuts

Dapper haircut trailer will be parking in the Glenwood parking lot on the first Monday of each month. Appointments are required and fill up fast! To book, visit dapper1.booksy.com, or call Mandy Glasscock at (903) 316–7269.

Pick Up and Drop Off for Kingdom Kids

For the safety of our children, its crucial to remember that we have a very important protocol which we must follow for dropping off and picking up kids for children’s worship. With the craziness of COVID, and the slow resumption of “normal” activities, we want to refresh everyone on this important procedure:

  • Children will be released from worship prior to the sermon. 
  • Parents must escort children to Children’s Worship and pick them up during the last song of the service. 
  • Please note that children will not be released to individuals other than parents/legal guardians or parent-appointed adults.