April 14, 2017 

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life” John 3:16


Holy Week Worship Schedule 

Good Friday (April 14)

Prayer Service at 7:45pm (Chapel)

 Easter (April 16)

Sunrise Service at 7:00am (Outdoor Chapel)

Worship Services at 8:45 & 11:00am 

As Easter is often crowded you are encouraged to come early and, if possible, attend the 8:45 service.


April Scripture Memory Challenge

Romans 10:9 

“If you declare with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,”

and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead,

you will be saved. 

For more devotionals on this month’s verse, visit our 

Scripture Memory Challenge page on our website.


Farthest Corners Thai Dinner

Saturday, April 22

(5:30 Silent Auction Opens, 6:30pm Dinner)

Join us for the 11th Annual Thai Dinner to benefit our mission partner, Farthest Corners, at the Inn at Vint Hill. Tickets are $50 per person and can be purchased online at www.farthestcorners.org, in the lobby between services, or from the church office. Child care will be provided at no cost in the Greenwich Nursery. Parents can enjoy a lovely evening, support a great mission, and know that their children will be lovingly cared for here at church. Questions? Call 703.743.2905.


Adult Membership Class

April 23, 30 & May 7 (9:45-10:45am)

Come explore the meaning of the Christian faith, the Presbyterian tradition and how to become more involved with the Greenwich church family through affirming our Covenant of Membership. The class will be held in the chapel during Sunday School hours. To sign up for the class, please contact the church office at office@greenwichpres.org or 703-754-7933.


Mission Forums

Sundays at 9:50 in the Sanctuary

 April 23, Refugee Resettlement & Care

As we have watched the massive humanitarian crisis in the Middle East and other parts of the world take shape over the last several years, some folks have begun to explore possible ways for Greenwich to make a personal, relational, and Christian response of mercy. We want to invite anyone interested into a conversation about how we could be involved in refugee resettlement and care. If you’d like more information please join us for this forum or contact CeCe Marshall, 540-347-4690marshalldr@rocketmail.com

April 30, Julio & Ana Martinez from Shadai Church

Meet and learn from our new mission partners who are serving spanish-speaking communities in the Manassas area in partnership with local churches. Their focus is “the hungry, unemployed, poorly housed, but spiritually thirsty immigrants…” Through food & clothing distribution projects, personal counseling, home groups, family-life teaching, and relational evangelism, they are building a community of new believers, Shadai Church, in Georgetown South. 

May 7, Schelly & John Harrison Mission Project Report 

Come hear about the Harrison’s recent medical mission project with Mercy Ships to Haiti.


CareNet Pregnancy Resource Centers

We are looking for 300 fundraising walkers who will raise funds and Walk for Life. Our goal is to get 10 Fundraising Walkers from Greenwich this year and for them to get sponsors to help raise $100,000 to save lives and spare hearts! Are you in?  The dates are April 22 (Warrenton), April 29 (Manassas) or May 6(Woodbridge). you can go to www.voice4life.org and register.  Also, registration forms will be available in the lobby outside of the sanctuary.  For more information, contact Jim & Pam Lynn at jimandpam1966@msn.com.


 “He is not here; he has risen! Remember how he told you, while he was still with you in Galilee: ‘The Son of Man must be delivered over to the hands of sinners, be crucified and on the third day be raised again.” Luke 24:6-7