We believe that God loves everyone. Our faith is centered in Christ, and His example of loving service compels us to live our faith. We do this by creating a caring community where all are welcomed and encouraged to join in worship, outreach, and mission work both near and far. LEARN MORE
Regular Schedule: Fall, Winter, Spring:9:00 AM (Praisemakers) 11:00 AM (Traditional)
Through the pandemic and changes at church, Greenfielders have been courageously facing the known and the unknown. Meanwhile, the Pastoral Transition Team has been hard at work developing a five week series of discussion events to provide support and connection for our caring community. This is something you will not want to miss! All participants will be provided a free accompanying Guidebook, that includes scripture readings, Greenfielder’s sharing their experience with change, and food for thought!
We will be studying life’s transitions, as the Israelites journey from an ending, in captivity, through the wilderness; and into a new beginning, strengthened by their experiences. We hope to engage as many Greenfielders as possible. Therefore, we are offering this study in 4 time slots so everyone will have a chance to participate. The 4 options are as follows: Sundays 3:00 PM or 7:00 PM and Wednesdays at 9:30 AM or 7:00 PM.
The first session will start October 11th/14th.
Please sign up online for the session that you would like to attend as soon as possible! All sessions will be held via Zoom. However, when registering online, you may indicate an interest in an in person option. An in person option will be dependent on the Covid policies at that time and the interest we receive.
Click here to sign up today or go to the church website at GreenfieldChurch.com!
Virtual Crop Walk
The circumstances have changed, but the need is greater than ever. So, CROP Walks across Michigan will be virtual, including our Berkley/Royal Oak Walk. The week of October 4- 11 we encourage you to get out and walk 1 mile or 5K to benefit hungry people around the world. This year 25% of our funds raised will return to 3 organizations in our community –The Welcome Inn, The Lunch Program at First Methodist of Royal Oak, and the Good Shepherd Lutheran Food Closet.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CROP WALK ONLINE REGISTRATION AND DONATIONS
This year, we are encouraging Walkers and Sponsors to social distance and use Crop Walk’s online tools to participate and collect donations. If you aren’t able to use these online tools, you can use the same paper methods you have in years past: use envelopes and drop off the donations you collect at the church office by Sunday, November 8.
To get started with the online tools, go to https://www.crophungerwalk.org/berkleymi/gpc
1. If you are only sponsoring a Walker with a simple donation, click the orange DONATE button. Follow the online instructions to make a donation.
2. If you are going to walk AND collect donations, click the orange JOIN OUR TEAM button. Follow the online instructions for registering to walk and collect donations.
When you join the Greenfield team, you will be given a link to share with your friends so they can donate online to our team.
If you have questions, send an email to Mike Fritsch firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to both Walkers and Sponsors for stepping up to end hunger!
We are about to embark on a journey, a journey to Bethlehem. This 6 week walking program (October 4 – November 14) encourages all of us to become more physically active and promote spiritual growth through scripture readings. God wants us to be well and whole. Physical exercise is an important part of our wellness. So is walking in God’s way. We are more prepared for the journey of life as we walk with God. The walk to Bethlehem is not only a great physical activity program but is also a reminder that God is present in every aspect of our lives. It provides an opportunity to flex our spiritual muscles as well as physical ones, which can lead to good health in all areas of our lives. Click for more details…