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Grace Covenant Church
Grace Covenant Church

We meet every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in the Middle School/High school gymnasium of West-Mont Christian Academy in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Come early and enjoy a continental breakfast from 9:30-10:30 a.m. There is a nursery for infants and Sunday School programs for children up through grade 6 which run concurrently with the 10:30 - 12:00 p.m. worship service. We would be happy to greet you in the gymnasium which is in the Middle School/High School building located at the end of West Urner Street, Pottstown. Look for the signs that will direct you. Our church office is in Birdsboro, Pennsylvania. 

Our church office is located at:
851 East Third Street
Birdsboro, PA 19508
Phone: (484) 366-1464
Please feel free to
contact us if you have any questions or needs.

Upcoming Events at GCC 

Men's Breakfast

Saturday February 15th @ 8AM

At the home of Pastor Rick and Barb Knarr


Lenten Service

Wednesday March 12 @ 7PM

Calvary Christian Center - 426 Laurelwood Rd, Pottstown, PA 19465

Rev. Keith Price will be speaking and GCC Worship Team will be leading worship


Men's Retreat

Friday March 13th to Saturday March 14th

At Camp Sankanac


All Church Service Project

Saturday March 14 9AM-12PM

Birthright in Pottstown


All Church Worship and Prayer

Sunday March 22 @ 6PM

West Mont Chappel

Bring Your Bible


All Church Volleyball and Game Night

Sunday MArch 29 @ 6PM

West Mont Gymnasium


Prayer Dinner

Saturday April 4 @ 6PM

At the home of Pastor Rick and Barb Knarr


Good Friday Service

Friday April 10 @ 7PM

West Mont Gymnasium


Easter Sunday Worship Service 

Sunday April 12 @ 10:30AM

Breakfast will be served from 9AM to 10AM

West Mont Gymnasium


Visit with David Nelson

Sunday May 3 @ 10:30AM

West Mont Gymnasium

Devotional
Practicing Resurrection
March 10: Do Yourself a Favor

**TAKEN FROM www.Josh.org**

Bible Reading: Matthew 22:34-40

Love your neighbor as yourself. Matthew 22:39

Love ourselves, huh? It’s what God expects when he tells us to love others just like we love ourselves. So take a vote. Are any of these characters loving themselves the way God likes?

  • Trisha picks up her test paper, glances at her perfect score, and dances around the classroom waving her grade in everyone’s face.
  • Jon pushes to the front of everyone at the locker-room mirror and flexes and poses like he’s Mr. World-Champion Sports Guy.
  • Melinda tells everyone she’s getting out of school early for her first modeling photo shoot-and the next day she’s on the playground passing out autographed pictures of herself.

Talk about it: Ever met people like those kids? How are their attitudes and actions goofed up?

There’s a healthy kind of self-love, and God wants us to have a good dose of it. But Trisha, Jon, and Melinda don’t have a clue what healthy self-love is! Being stuck on our beauty, brains, brawn, or bucks amounts to conceit, not love.

Matthew 22:39 implies that we won’t love others in the right way unless we love ourselves in the right way.

Is loving ourselves really okay? Look at it this way: God loves us, so we can love ourselves. God accepts us, so we can accept ourselves. Loving ourselves isn’t just okay, it’s great! It’s what God wants.

Let’s be clear that there are two types of self-image. Seeing ourselves as God sees us-no more or no less-is a healthy self-image. That’s an uplifting thing. It’s also a humbling thing-because we recognize that every gift we possess comes from God.

The second kind of self-image is unhealthy. An unhealthy self-image can be ei¬ther too negative or too positive. People with a negative self-image get down on themselves. People with a positive self-image get high on themselves. Neither kind of unhealthy self-image honors us as God’s special creation.

We can be sure we’re loving ourselves in the right way when we love others more as a result. And when we make loving others our goal, everything else falls into place. Life-and liking ourselves-makes sense. We put others-beginning with Jesus-smack at the center of our attention. And when that happens, God is pleased.

TALK: Say it in your own words: What’s a healthy self-image?

PRAY: Father, teach us to love ourselves in the right way—and to love others as a result.

ACT: Do something for a family member today that says “I believe in you.”

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Grace Covenant Church
Worship Services: W. Urner Street | Pottstown, PA 19465
Office: 851 East Third Street | Birdsboro, PA 19508
Phone: (484) 366-1464 | Email: grace@gcc-pa.org