9/20 - Worship Service - 10am
Sunday - Worship Devotional 10:00 am
Monday - Melodious Songs Playlist
Tuesday - Ladies bible study 7:00 pm
Wednesday - General bible study 7:00 pm
Thursday - Bible study 11:00 am & Prayer with a Purpose 7:00 pm
Friday - Singles bible study 7:00 pm
Saturday - Youth bible hour 10:00 am
Previous announcements and worship messages can be found here.
The previous Melodious Monday playlist can be found here
God speaks to us today only through His written word. When God speaks to us it is always for our good. He only wants what is best for us. The same Word that brought the universe into being and calmed the wind and sea speaks to us today in the New Testament. When the Word speaks to us and we ignore it, we ignore a power that can move mountains and change the lives of those who obey.
If you like to worship God in spirit and in truth, if you enjoy thinking and meditating on God's Word, if you appreciate warm, intimate, genuine brotherliness, you will enjoy attending the services at Greenville Avenue church of Christ (GACC).
Our goals at GACC are to provide you with spiritual nourishment and encourage a nurturing relationship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We are a New Testament church that is faith-based. We are excited to share the Bible with you as well as to discuss the Christian faith and any other concerns with you. We welcome all visitors to our congregation, located on Greenville Avenue in Richardson, Texas.
Wednesday Bible Class Registration:
Register for Wednesday Adult bible classes here
The Share - Sept 26th - click to register
Voting Dates here
Young at Heart - September Newsletter
Our policy on private business transactions here
2020 Congregational Theme
Christianity is not just about the knowledge one has acquired, it is about what one does with it. It is true that actions speak louder than words. We must put our knowledge into action by seriously being about saving the lost and increasing our participation in ministries of service.
As Christians we cannot afford to be stagnant. We must continually aspire to higher levels of growth in our service for our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Our intentions, motives and thoughts must focus on becoming better servants, thus continually elevating our serve.