Serving Others


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Thank you to all that attended our “Keeping Up With The Co-Op” meeting last week. We had representatives from 18 local churches. We discussed what has happened since the last meeting, what is coming and ways to strengthen our relationship even more.


We challenged everyone to ask their members to donate $1/member per month and 1 can/member per week. If this happened, we would be in great shape to help our shared community with their needs. Would love to see this promoted within your churches.

A few more highlights: 1) Please let us know when you have scheduled Food Drives; 2) We plan to send out a Wish List soon that we would love to have distributed to your membership; 3) Building Fund Donations needed that are over and above your regular giving.

Bingo Night has been postponed until January 9th. Hope to see everyone at Newk’s (Lawrenceville Suwanee Rd. location) this Thursday from 5-9pm

Most Needed Items 

Mixed Vegetables
Lima Beans
Vegetable Soup
Pasta Sauce
Toilet Paper
Laundry Detergent

Weekly Totals (9/16-9/21)

168 Households Seeking Help(Last week 114)
29 New Clients
11 Clients Seeking Shelter
$4905.62 Financial Assistance


Grace Bags Ministry


Do you know we have Grace Bags, which are medium size Ziploc bags filled with small items of food and some daily necessities and a lot of love, for handing out to those who are in need.  To help put together these bags, please contact Lud in person or via email,  To purchase a bag(s), come by @ any time to pick them up.  They are here in the Narthex.  The cost is $5, to cover the supplies.

Lutheran Campus Ministry for Teenagers

lutheran campus ministry

Lutheran Campus Ministry in Atlanta is a growing energetic community built on worship, fellowship, and Word and Sacrament servicing students from Emory, Georgia Tech and Agnes Scott.  This ministry is led by Pastor Matt Simpkins and Pastor Devin Strong.

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Visitation Ministry Opportunity



Amazing Grace’s Visitation Ministry provides companionship through monthly visits to those who are unable to come to worship services.  We also offer Holy Communion.  Training & Instructions will be provided.  If you are interested or have any questions about this ministry, please contact Kay McKenny at or Pastor Mike @




The Chemo Caps ministry is a ministry of knitters and crocheters who make colorful caps for newborn babies and people who have gone through cancer.  We have some patterns available, but many more are available on the internet.  We will teach knitting and/or crocheting to anyone who is interested in becoming involved in this ministry.  If you are interested, please contact Debi Linke at or 678-689-7571.

Senior Citizen Outreach

The Amazing Grace Outreach Commission has a ministry to help Senior Citizens in Gwinnett County

Are you a “do-it yourself-er”?

Do you enjoy fixing and repairing things around your home?

Would you like to share your skills and time to help Gwinnett Seniors in need?

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