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Year End Giving

Dear Gwinnett Church,

This coming Sunday, we are giving our amazing volunteers the day off. They certainly deserve it.

That means no service on Sunday, December 29. We’ll be back together on Sunday, January 5 for our brand new series, Ask It with Andy Stanley.  This is one of the easiest times of the year to invite your friends to church. Be bold. Text, call, and invite them to come with you.  They will thank you for it. I promise.

As we come to the end of the year, I also wanted to remind you about year-end giving.  Obviously, this is important in these vital, early days of our church as we continue to raise money for our new building.  There are three easy-ways to give at the end of the year:

1. Online: You can contribute online.

2. By Check: Make your check payable to “Gwinnett Church Building Fund” and mail it to:

North Point Ministries
4350 North Point Parkway
Alpharetta, GA 30022

3. Stock Contribution: You can also contribute stock to Gwinnett Church—read this for details.

On a related note, we are offering Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University starting in January. This is another great way to begin the New Year. Please visit gwinnettchurch.org/fpu for details.

This time next year, Lord willing, we will be celebrating Christmas in our new church home. Thank you for your continued generosity to make this idea become a reality in the months ahead.

Finally, I hope you know what a joy it is for my family and me to serve with you. Thank you for sharing the great news with our community that Jesus is FOR them, and so are we.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Gwinnett Church! I can’t wait to see what Jesus does through each of you in the year ahead.

Gratefully,

Jeff Henderson

Lead Pastor

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