Several new families have visited Morgan Grace for worship recently. Pastor Jeff Hurlbut and others have prayed over these people. They are asking God to bring people to Morgan Grace who have a desire to reach Morgan, Utah, for Christ. Over 40 people worshipped at Morgan Grace Easter Sunday. Children's worship has been added. MVBC members, Gary and Naomi McKean, have committed to Morgan Grace for a time to help them develop a Sunday School. Naomi is teaching the children, and Gary began a six-week study for adults on April 7. The study outlines the basic tenets of Baptist doctrine and Christianity. At the end of those six weeks, there will be a recognition service for the charter members and the first invitation for people to become official members of Morgan Grace Fellowship
Morgan Grace youth attended Ski & Share with youth from Mountain View in March. A great time of fellowship, worship, and skiing was had by all.
There are two upcoming opportunities for MVBC to assist Morgan Grace in ministry -- both by praying and by volunteering.
June 9-15: Vacation Bible School in the park. A mission team from Oklahoma will be in town and bring all the supplies. VBS will be in the mornings. Morgan Grace plans to host youth volleyball clinics in the afternoon and worship services for youth in the evenings. They would like the MVBC youth praise band to play and for some MVBC youth and leaders to attend.
June 24-28: "Serve Morgan." This will be similar to a World Changers event and is sponsored by Washington Heights Baptist Church. More than 200 volunteers are coming to Morgan to make repairs on 15 homes. Morgan Grace plans to make the repairs on one of those homes. They need men and women to come and help with these repairs.
Please continue to lift up Morgan Grace Fellowship. Pray for Pastor Jeff and his family. Pray for the faithful people who have given so much to get the church to where it is today. Pray that God will reach Morgan, Utah, through the work of this new church.