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  • Sick and Shut -Ins

    *Pastor Irvin and Deaconess Jean Pope, 6816 Eastridge Rd., 21207 Trustee William Atkinson, 1088 Cameron Rd., 21212

    Sis. Audrey Bell, 1310 Edison Highway, 21213

    *Sis. Emma Brown, Mercy Hospital, Room 1215 *Deaconess Marion Leach, C/O Patapsco Valley Center,

    9109 Liberty Rd, Room 247A, Randallstown, MD 21133-3521 *Bro. Chris Miller, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Nelson 345

    Sis. Ila Scott, 1631 W. Lexington St., 21223 (410-233-2626)

    Bro. Reginald Werrell, VRRTP., Building 14, Room 307,

    Perry Point, MD 21902 (410-642-2411 Ext 1605 or 443-854-8870)

    Bro. Eddie Withers, C/O Catonsville Commons Nursing Home,

    16 Fusting Ave., Catonsville, MD 21228

    Special Prayer Requests

    Rev. Marshall Barnes' mother, Sis. Evelyn (Missie) Short

    and friend, Bro. Darrell Cook

    Sis. Audrey Bell’s sisters, Sis. Sophronia Goode

    and Sis. Lucy Hawkins

    Sis. Geraldine Davis’ husband, Bro. Ricky Davis

    *Sis. Ethel Eubanks’ son and Deaconess Charmaine Cook’s brother, Bro. James Eubanks

    *Sis. Cynthia Franklin's father, Bro. James Lawrence and aunt, Sis. Mable Stancil

    Sis. Wanda Garrett’s sister, Sis. Jane McCleod

    and niece, Sis. Kayla James;

    Sis. Patricia Ghee’s father, Bro. George Molloy

    Sis. Sandra Hawkins’ granddaughter, Sis. Brianna Speller

    Sis. Eliza Jennings’ son, Bro. Robert Jennings, Jr. and

    grandson, Bro. Robert Jennings III

    Sis. Paula Jones’ children, Bro. Derron, and

    Sis. Sharna Wilson, Bro. Da`jelle Miller and Bro. David Bell

    Sis. Anndell Lawrence’s friend, Bro. Troy Fenwick & Family

    Sis. Kim McDonald’s children, Bro. Correll Wilson, Bro. Tayo

    Daniels Jr., Bro. Theodore Wilson, and Sis. Ta`Brielle Daniels

    Sis. Brenda Mitchell’s sister-in-law, Sis. Barbara Brookins

    Deacon Luke Montgomery, Sr.’s wife, Sis. Gloria Montgomery

    Deaconess Hilton Patrick’s sisters, Sisters Yvonne,

    Willie Mae and Inez Smith

    Deaconess Beverly Wilson’s son, Bro. Daryl Wilson,

    daughter, Sis. Chareese Brogden and neighbor, Bro. Paul Brown

    Sis. Lisa Wilson’s co-worker, Sis. Sonia Johnson Branch

    Bro. Eddie Withers’ mother, Sis. Willie Mae Withers

    Deaconess Janine Withers’ son, Bro. Sir Jai Taylor

    and brothers: Robert and Michael Moore

    *New information

  • “The Church That Cares”

    Sunday, May 31, 2015

    Youth and Young Adults Sunday

    The Grace Memorial Baptist Church 1100 North Eden Street

    Baltimore, Maryland 21213

    Reverend Irvin Pope, Senior Pastor

    Reverend Marshall L. Barnes, Acting Pastor

    “ High Standards and High Expectations for the Glory of God.”



    Immediately following the Morning Worship service, there will be a

    Women’s Day Meeting in the Computer Room.


    Sunday, June 7 our youth and young adults will celebrate their annual

    Youth Anniversary. The guest minister will be Minister Antoine Garrett, Associate Minister of the New Psalmist Baptist Church.


    Monday, June 8 at 7:00 p.m. for all Preachers, Deacons, and Trustees.


    Wednesday, June 10 at 7:00 p.m. for all adult members of Grace.


    Saturday, June 13 from 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. our Usher's Ministry will host their 4th Annual Community Fun Day. The highlight of the day will be the “Best Band Competition” featuring the bands of Baltimore City.


    Our annual Vacation Bible School will take place Monday, June 22 thru Friday, June 26 from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. See enclosed flyer.


    Tuesday, June 2 from 12:00 noon to 1:30 p.m.


    Wednesday, June 3 at 7:30 p.m. Homework: Read Elihu’s speech in the book of Job (Chapter 32).

    16 George Tanner

    17 Geraldine Davis

    18 Audrey Bell

    19 Betty Tanner

    27 Jean Pope

    4 Angela Ross 10 Kaylah Davis

    10 Marion Leach

    14 Pastor Irvin Pope

  • For: Sunday June 7, 2015

    “Judgment on Israel and Judah”

    Lesson: Amos 2:4-8


    “Thus saith the Lord; For three transgressions of Judah, and for

    four, I will not turn away the punishment therefore; because they have

    despised the law of the Lord, and have not kept His command-

    ments” (Amos 2:4).


    “To see the elements of the judgment God was about to bring upon

    Israel and Judah as a response to their sin.


    “To the casual observer, corruption and dishonesty of all kinds are

    ruling the day. It seems there is no one to correct the evil that is

    rampant in the world. God seems to sit silent as people ignore truth

    and justice. Does He even notice what is happening? Israel may well

    have wondered this, and so may we in our day. But God does see, and

    we may be sure that at the right time and in the right way, He will act.

    He has done so before, and He will again.

    Are we in danger of God’s judgment? How close in terms of years

    or of spiritual decay are we to the point that God will bring judgment?

    What forms and for how long might that judgment take? How much

    of God’s law (if any) can we expect a secular nation to follow? How

    many of God’s requirements for a Christian can be violated before

    God sends some form of discipline?

    PRACTICAL POINTS: 1. Failure to obey God’s declared will is an expression of hatred

    toward His commands and ultimately toward Him (Amos 2:4).

    2. Sin is not just a mistake that can be easily excused; it is an evil

    that is deserving of divine punishment (Amos 2:5).

    3. Justice is demanded of all those who claim to follow the God of

    justice (Amos 2:6).

    4. Focusing only on ourselves will lead us to abuse others and

    dishonor God (Amos 2:7).

    5. The wicked find acceptance only from the gods they create, not

    from the God who created them (Amos 2:8).

    Continued on next page.

    Emergency Notices

    All emergency situations are to be reported

    immediately to the Acting Pastor:

    e.g., death, hospital emergency, etc.

    The Deacon and Deaconess Ministry

    The following Deacons and Deaconess are available to assist mem-

    bers of our Church with prayer and offering of a helping hand when-

    ever assistance is needed and subsequently requested:

    During the period of May 11 through June 8 contact the following:

    Deacon James Jones, 443-762-1097

    Deacon Luke Montgomery Sr., 443-629-7297

    Deaconess Beverly Wilson, 443-559-0987

    Deaconess Janine Withers, 443-994-9581

    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

    Reverend Irvin Pope, Senior Pastor

    Reverend Marshall L. Barnes, Acting Pastor

    Reverend Frank Bell, Associate Pastor

    Minister Terry Harris, Associate Minister

    Deacon James Jones, Deacon Ministry Chairman

    Trustee Sharen Williams, Trustee Ministry Chairperson

    Sister Carolyn Moorehead, Secretary

    Church Office: 410-563-2355

    Fax No.: 410-563-7857

    Web-Site Address:

    Facebook Address: Grace Memorial Baltimore, Maryland

    Twitter Address: GraceMemorial1

    Words of Wisdom

    “No one knows what he can do til he tries.”


    Sunday, May 31, 2015

    LISTEN to the message from God’s Word. USE this sheet to make

    some personal notes. GO back over them through the coming week.

    LET God crystallize these truths in YOUR life.

    Sermon title:______________________________________________

    Biblical text:______________________________________________

    Main idea of sermon:_______________________________________






    Illustration I want to remember:_______________________________



    What should I do as a result of hearing this sermon?






    Sunday Church School Lesson continued:


    “Sin is sin, whether it is a “big” sin or a “small” one! There are

    always consequences of sin. God can sovereignly withhold judgment for a

    time or forgive it altogether as He chooses.