We love Sundays and we would love for you to join us! The Sunday gathering is the central activity in our life as a church. Below is a summary of what to expect.
If you have additional questions, please contact us. You can also visit our livestream channel to view past services.
The faithful preaching of God’s Word is the centerpiece of Sunday. You can find more information on the preaching at Grace Community Church here.
We offer childcare for children 1 – 10 years old during the sermon. Children stay in the meeting during the singing. Generally, whenever there is a 5th Sunday of the month, we give our Grace Kids workers a break and kids remain in the entire service. Find out more here.
We also provide a private, comfortable nursing mother’s room as well as a family room, which are both available throughout the service.
We engage in prayer together throughout our Sunday service. We also hold a Sunday morning prayer meeting at 9:00 am.
Singing is a gift from God, and we love to sing together on Sundays! Our goal in worship is to encourage one another and to together exalt God for who he is and what he has done for us in Christ.
When the church gathers, many different spiritual gifts are active for the building up of God’s people. These include things like leadership, service, administration, mercy, and many others. We also believe that gifts like prophecy, speaking in tongues, and healing continue today and should be eagerly pursued – in submission to God’s Word, out of a heart of love, and for the purpose of building up the church. For more information about our view and practice of spiritual gifts, please see our beliefs, as well as the Statement of Faith and 7 Shared Values of our family of churches.
We believe that the two biblical sacraments of the church are water baptism and communion (the Lord’s Supper). We regularly practice communion together on Sunday mornings. For more information on our view and practice of the sacraments, please see our beliefs as well as the Statement of Faith of our family of churches.
We love the opportunity that Sundays give us to serve and encourage one another, to laugh and cry with one another, to sing to each other and to the Lord, to receive the preaching of God’s Word, and through it all, to remember and celebrate what Jesus has done to save us from our sins – all together.