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COVID-19 Update

Join us as we gather this Sunday at 10 a.m. in-person or online at Facebook.com/Glenwoodchurch. Spread the word and invite a friend!

We will continue to urge any who might be at risk or who may be showing any symptoms of COVID-19, and any who feel it is best for their families, to join us virtually. We look forward to gathering soon with those who feel safe to join us.

Glenwood Church of Christ Covid-19 Task Force members work collaboratively to keep our guests and church family members and visitors safe while in the building or on our campus. Our COVID-19 task force members diligently monitors the COVID-19 situation in order to make informed recommendations regarding COVID-19 to the Glenwood elders.

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In Our Prayers

  • Kathy Bailey’s sister, Judy Barcus, is in ICU in Phoenix, AZ.  Please pray for no more perforation of her bowels and for her lungs to continue to improve.
  • Our prayers and sympathy are extended to the family of Helen Prather. Helen passed away April 30. Arrangements are being finalized for a memorial service to be held June 18.
  • Mary Rushing, long-time former member of Glenwood, passed away April 13 in Austin following a stroke. A Celebration of Life will be held at Westover Hills Church of Christ in Austin on Friday, May 20 at 1 p.m. 
  • James Rose is undergoing testing in preparation for cancer treatment.
  • Jeannine Howard’s friend, Tammy Swanner, has been diagnosed with cancer.
  • Long-time former member, Mary Gean Smyth, has been placed in Hospice at the facility where she resides.
  • Pat Noll (husband of Maria Albright-Noll) recently had successful triple bypass surgery. He is now recovering at home and we are thankful that he was able to join us this past Sunday.
  • Betty Gipson’s mother, Dorothy Butler, is at home recovering from a broken hip.
  • Dawn Bond has completed radiation and is moving to her next stage of treatment. We are grateful for all of your support, and encouragement. Stayed tuned to CaringBridge for further updates.
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Senior Sunday – May 22

Senior Sunday is when we honor and celebrate our graduating class of 2022. Our graduating seniors are Caleb Bolay, Claire Faulkner, and Sarah Neal. Join us at 9 a.m. in the Gathering Room for a light breakfast. There will be no adult classes on this date.

No Adult Classes on Sunday

There will be no adult classes this Sunday in lieu of Senior Sunday and the church-wide breakfast at 9 a.m. in the Gathering Room. We hope you will join us!

A Note of Thanks

Friends at Glenwood,

Thank you for spoiling us during teacher appreciation week.  We are so appreciative of your partnership & support of Rice! 

Thanks again,

Rice Office Staff

Ladies’ Bible Class

Our Ladies’ Bible Class meets Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. in the Gathering Room. We are using the book entitled, “Life Lessons from Colossians and Philemon: The Difference Christ Makes” by Max Lucado. We hope to see you there!

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.

Lunch Buddies

We have an opportunity to serve the school in our community, right around the corner, at 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. You will have a chance to interact with some great kids and teachers and really bless the faculty and staff at Rice. For more information, contact Stefanie Albright (see Family News email for contact information).

World Bible School

Through World Bible School, we have an incredible opportunity to share Jesus with others from the other side of the world, and as near as prisoners in the Texas Dept. of Corrections near Palestine, TX. If you’d like get involved as a study helper, contact Tootsie Hooper at (see Family News email for phone number) or sign up on the sheet outside the Worship Center. We’ll meet at Glenwood each Monday morning at 9 a.m. in Rooms 6 & 7.

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.

Sunday Morning Gathering

Our adult classes meet on Sunday mornings at 9 a.m. and are currently studying Gospels of Our Culture. Classes meet in the following locations:

  • Young Professionals and College and Singles – Adult 3
  • In-betweens – Conference Room
  • Gathering Room
  • Adult 6 and 7

Youth Ministry

  • RISE – Gym

Children’s Worship

  • Nursery (infants–age 2): Available during class and worship
  • Cradle Roll Class: 9:00–9:45
  • 3-5 Year Old’s: 9:00–9:45 in the Orange room
  • Kinder–5th Grade: 9:00–9:45 in the room across from the Children’s Worship room
  • Children’s Worship (2nd and 3rd Grade): Children’s Worship room

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.

How Can We Help?

Hey folks! We’ve been working hard to compile a list of ways that we can be of help to each other and our community. It has been such a blessing to see some of the ways you all are encouraging each other and sharing helpful resources on social media. We can’t keep up with them all, but if you will give us a heads-up, we’ll be happy to share some of them via Glenwood channels.

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