Prayer Meeting

As we start off a new year, we’d like to take time to center our hearts and minds on the great things God will do in 2018.

Join us on Sunday, January 21st at 4pm at our Main Campus as we come together for a time of prayer and reflection for the new year.

During this time together, we’ll pray that God would use his Church, and specifically the congregation of Blue Grass, to reveal himself to the world in powerful ways. We expect that God wants to do great things this year, and look forward to inviting God to use us to fulfill those purposes.

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