Do you want your child/children to learn how to read, write, or speaking in Dinka? good news we have started Dinka classes since April 23, 2016 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm every Sunday except Holy day weekend. There is a question some times that why do these children need to learn Dinka while they were born here in USA? The answer is that some of the children gave testimony in the class that some times when a family member called from Africa and want to talk to them is a huge challenge.
all ages are welcome.
For registration you are free to contact our teachers
Daniel Jok nai 616- 666- 1052
Thon Deng Luak 616-406-8209
James Achuoth Aleu 616-375-8488
Sudanese Grace will hold its Food Sale fundraiser on Sunday, April 23, 2017. Our worship service starts at 1:00 p.m. We worship in English and our children are important participants in leading worship.
Since we are worshiping in English and with our children at the center, we believe this would be a good opportunity for those who do not know a lot about us to come and learn about us as a people. You are warmly invited into our community.
After the service, please join us for our Food Sale! Many traditional Sudanese dishes will be offered.
The money raised at our Food Sale supports the mission and ministry of Sudanese Grace.
Come break bread with us!
The children are half of our congregation, our goals is to teach them more about God. Many of our children have been asking our leadership that they would like to set up car wash in the summer. It did not work out last year and we hope it will work this year. Some of the goals our Sunday school raised in the meeting last week are follow.
1 Sunday School trip in the Summer to Chicago.
2 Fun day at Criage cruiser one day.
3 Roller skating.
4 Tour at Meier garden.
The year of 2016 in Sudanese Grace story would be with blessing. We believe that God will reveal peace to our people back home. We are very thankful to all Sudanese friends who have been praying for us and support us Spiritually and financially as well. In Addition, the Sudanese members who volunteer tirelessly and keep the mission of the church alive are now set the goals of 2016 to be accomplished.
1. The month of January 2016 pledges and membership contribution went well. The attendance was between 50 to 70 a Sunday.
2. The Month of February has the same pattern with January. due to the weather. Some people have a hard time to drive during the winter in Michigan.
3. The month of March attendance increased because the weather changes little warm the attendance was between 60 to 75 a Sunday
In the month of March also we received two South Sudanese families, A family came as refugees. One family came from Israel and the other family came from Kenya.
Our Bishop will visit us on April 24, 2016. He will also confirm two people in our congregation please join us.