Welcome to the website of Gregory Memorial Presbyterian Church (GMPC)! Here you will find information about… What we believe as Presbyterians Opportunities for you to grow in God’s Spirit Ways to get involved in helping others How to become part of a caring fellowship… But to really get to know us at Gregory Memorial you must get to know the men and women, boys and girls who comprise this vibrant congregation! And it is our hope that through getting to know us you may also come into relationship with the one who forms our center, our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! It is his love that shapes us and draws us together as a community of faith. We welcome your interest and invite you to join us in this great adventure of growing together in God.


2014 WORK CAMP!  July 20th is “Send-off Day” for our young campers and old staffers. Join us at the 11 o’clock worship service for the send off. If you would  like to attend the closing ceremonies for Work Camp 2014, go to Colonial Heights Middle School at 8:30 a.m. on July 26. Thanks for giving us another year of your terrific support, Gregory Congregation! (Look at the July 20 Sunday Bulletin for more information about the work-campers.)

“BACK TO SCHOOL FAIR” -  Gregory Church is again collecting school supplies for “Back to School Fair.” Collection boxes will be placed in the Fellowship Hall to receive donated school supplies until Sunday, July 27.  The donated school supplies will be distributed by Prince George Social Services at “Back to School Fair” in August. A list of needed school supplies is available in the Narthex. (Contact: Dianne Overstreet, Missions)

Please consider volunteering to be an usher or to keep the nursery. If you will serve as a volunteer for either of these tasks, please contact Rose Scott.

EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT - Bryan Hudgins, Life Scout of Troop 900, chartered by Gregory Church, has chosen to construct and install a much-needed handicapped access ramp on the front facing entrance of the Temple Building as his Eagle project. To fund his project, he has started a scrap-metal recycling fund, and he is also seeking donations to raise the estimated $3,000 funds prior to beginning the project.  Donations in check form can be written out to Troop 900 with the memo stating: “Bryan’s Eagle Project.”  Any and all donations are appreciated, and may be given to Kevin Foster or placed in the downstairs Gregory mailbox marked “Boy Scouts.”

The July 2014 Newsletter is available by clicking here.

Be sure to check the Calendar and the Newsletter for additional information.
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