Blessing of the Students


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Please plan for this year’s Blessing of the Students event, Sunday August 16, at 6 p.m (EST).
Every year, we invite students, families, faculty, and leaders from around the Grand Rapids area to begin the new school year with worship and inspiration. While we typically gather in person, this year we will gather online to hear words of encouragement and to lift up the new year in prayer.
At 6 p.m. <EST> on Sunday, August 16, join Blessing of the Studenton Facebook or YouTube:
Prayers, greetings, encouraging words and music will fill the evening. You’ll hear messages from the public, Christian, and Catholic schools; local families; students, clergy from area churches; and city leaders from Grand Rapids and Kentwood, to name a few.   We want to ask God to remove worldly worries, concerns and cares out of the way of a successful 2020-21 school year.
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We look forward to having you join us.

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