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Welcome to Our Website!

Welcome to the Website of Grace and Peace Presbyterian Church (PCA)! Thank you for stopping by for a visit. I invite you to browse our website in order to better understand Who We Are, What We Believe, and What We Do as a church and how you may become involved in what God is doing in and through this church community. In particular, I encourage you to read the blog post...

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"Cheer Up!"

"The Bible is summed up in two sentences: First, cheer up: you are a lot worse than you think you are. And second, cheer up: God's grace is a lot bigger than you think it is." Attributed to C. John "Jack" Miller (1928-1996), Presbyterian pastor and professor at Westminster Theological Seminary...

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"Two Lessons"

"When I was young, I was sure of many things; now there are only two things of which I am sure: One is, that I am a miserable sinner; and the other is, that Christ is an all-sufficient Saviour. He is well taught who learns these two lessons." John Newton (1725-1807), author of the hymn, Amazing Grace...

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"The Blessing or Curse of Theology"

"If our theology does not quicken the conscience and soften the heart, it actually hardens both; if it does not encourage the commitment of faith, it reinforces the detachment of unbelief; if it fails to promote humility, it inevitably feeds pride." J. I.Packer, A Quest for Godliness, p. 15...

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Grace & Peace in Bellevue

Grace and Peace Presbyterian Church Is Now Located in Bellevue, Kentucky Grace and Peace Presbyterian Church (PCA) purchased the former Prince of Peace Lutheran Church building in Bellevue, Kentucky in December 2019. After several months of interior and exterior work on the building, the church is now meeting for worship on Sunday at 10:30am at 306 Center Street (at the c...

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Why Do We Do What We Do in Worship? #1 - The Order of Worship

The series "Why Do We Do What We Do in Worship?" is written to provide a Biblical rationale for why our Lord's Day Worship Service is the way it is. ...

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Important Information Regarding the Public Ministry of the Church

Christian education classes and the weekly worship service on Sunday will be suspended until further notice. More information will be provided on a regular basis to the members and friends of the church. ...

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Important: Cancellation of Christian Education Classes and Worship Service for Sunday, March 15, 20

Due to the current public health situation, both our Christian Education Classes and our Worship Servicefor Sunday, March 15, 2020 are CANCELLED. For the members and friends of Grace and Peace: more information has been and will be provided via email. ...

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You Are Invited to a Service of "Lessons and Carols"

Join us on MONDAY evening December 16, 2019 for our tenth annual Service of Lessons and Carols. The service will begin at 6:30pm, last around an hour, and be followed by refreshments downstairs in the fellowship hall. Again this year, "Brother Smith", a group of local musicians, will be with us to provide musical and vocal accompaniment. This simple service was first held ...

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"No facts, no good news; no good news, no hope"

In a day when many people cannot tell the difference between news and "fake news" and cannot distinguish between facts and "alternative facts", it's important to remember the importance of "real news" and "non-alternative facts." Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the late senator from the state of New York, once famously said, "Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not ...

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