Grace Baptist Church

 Dansville, NY

Welcome

Hello and welcome to Grace Baptist Church online!  We are a group of believers located in Dansville, NY who exist "to glorify God by spreading a passion for the supremacy of Jesus Christ to all people, and by equipping believers for Christ-centered ministry.

We hope that by browsing our website you will be able to find out more about us and our ministries.  In addition, we would love to have you come to one of our upcoming events or worship services. 

Our Sunday Services are as follows:

9:15 am - Sunday School for all ages
10:30  am - Worship Service
1:00 pm / 6:00 pm - Small Groups (first Sunday of each month at church for Communion service)

In addition, please join us Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm for Kids' Klub, Youth Group, and Adult Bible Study and Prayer.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can help you in any way.
          

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Grace Notes Blog

    We hear the term “Fake News” a lot these days, typically in regards to some news report that makes one political group look worse than another. Wikipedia describes “Fake news” as “propaganda that consists of deliberate disinformation,” often “used to cast doubt upon legitimate news from an opposing political standpoint, …” Though the term “Fake News” may just recently have come in vogue in American culture, “Fake News” is not a new phenomenon.

    As our nations’ capital remains in gridlock, and many government employees face the fallout of a record long partial government shutdown, our dairy farmers are staggering amidst the fallout of four years of low milk prices. My job as a veterinarian brings me into the barns of dairy farmers all across western New York State, and it is nothing new for the conversation to land on the milk price. This is not surprising, since 2019 marks the fourth year in a row that many of the farms that I service have been losing money daily, and there is no indication that this trend will change anytime soon! 

    In our living room hangs a picture of a log cabin in a snow-swept landscape against the backdrop of majestic mountains beside a gentle brook. It is one of my "happy places," the picture of serenity and nostalgic winter beauty, and I sometimes gaze at it in all of its contrasts to life in a smoggy Central Asian mega-city and think what a pleasant place it would be to spend an afternoon. Remote, self-sufficient kinds of settings have always held a certain "homey" attraction for me, reminders of the rural stomping-grounds of my childhood. This time of year in particular, a large part of our hearts yearns to be near the familiar, pleasant, and comforting; to be "home for Christmas," whatever home means for each of us. As we connect with gathered family over the internet, there is an ache experienced in us and them.
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