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Come join us Sunday, August 11th as we celebrate Baptisms immediately following our second service! If this is the next step for you as a believer, please email our Next Steps Pastor, Pastor Lee at and let us know you’d like to be baptized. 

Church Picnic!

Join us out on the lawn immediately following second service and the baptisms, for some food, fellowship, and fun!! We will provide the burgers, dogs, and drinks! Please bring side dishes to share! Oh, and there may or may not be an epic cornhole battle!

Campus Wide Announcements
Give Hope Movement

The Give Hope Movement is coming! Mark your calendars for the week of August 18th-24th. The Give Hope Movement goal is to creatively and practically GIVE HOPE to individuals in our communities by performing Acts of Kindness and by seeking out opportunities to complete Community Service projects.  Volunteer sign-ups are coming soon.  Check out the website at

National Night Out

National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes neighborhood camaraderie. We are looking for several people who would be interested in representing Grace Middletown and helping the Town of Wallkill serve part of our community! Please email if you can help at this event. August 6th, 4:30-9:30pm at the Town of Wallkill Little League park. 

Ready to Jump in and Serve??

As you’ve been hearing, there are always many ways to get plugged in and volunteer at the Middletown campus. Here are some really specific areas of need…

  • Event Planning… The 5th Anniversary of the Middletown Campus is coming up and we are looking for a team to plan a celebration event! 
  • GraceKids and GraceKids Jr. – We are in great need of Leaders and helpers in the GraceKids areas. 
  • Greeters & Ushers – Front door greeters are needed for both service times, and Ushers are needed for both services, but primarily second service!
  • Baptism kit assembly –  prepare the kits for upcoming baptisms by packing scrubs, t-shirt, and flip flops into bags. 
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