What To Expect Here At Grace

We Welcome You to Our Church Home!

We want you to feel at home at Grace!
Come visit us this Sunday and experience the fellowship of our church family as we worship God together. We’ve put together a few frequently asked questions to help you find your way around. If you’ll be visiting for the first time this weekend. Click here for directions to our church.

 

When Do You Meet?

Our Sunday mornings begin with Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. We have Sunday School for Adults, Teens, and for Kids. We have a break at 10:45 and then our worship service begins at 11:00 a.m. On Wednesdays, our church family has supper together at 5:30. At 6:00 our AWANA camp begins and at 6:15, we join together for a time of prayer and study of the Bible.

 

What Should I Wear?
Wear what makes you comfortable. You’ll see a few people in full “Sunday dress”, many folks in business casual and still others dressed more casually. We want you to feel at home! We only ask that you don’t bring in cell phones. If you must, please turn them off or set them to vibrate.

 

Is Childcare Available?
We have a staff of caring childcare workers to take care of your infant or toddler. Children’s church is held during the Sunday morning service for K-3rd grade. For more information, check out our Children’s Ministry page.

 

What Kind of Music Can I Expect?
Music is a magnificent way to praise and please God. We offer a blend of music where you will hear hymns as well as great praise and worship music. In addition to our choir, we often have special music provided by various members in our church. You can learn more about our music on the music ministry page.

 

What is Sunday Morning Worship Service Like?
Service begins with a time of announcements followed by the congregation singing hymns and praise & worship songs to God, followed by a time of prayer. On the first Sunday of each month, our church family celebrates open communion which is a time of remembrance and thanksgiving for the gift of salvation through Jesus’ atoning sacrifice. All Christians are welcome to join in. Our pastor then delivers an expository message from God’s Word. You can listen to a sermon online if you wish. You’ll have a printed guide to help you through the service and a sermon outline for notes and reflections.

 

What Other Ministries are Available at Grace?
Here at Grace, in addition to Sunday Service and Sunday School, we have Wednesday Night Activities that include Evening Fellowship Meals in the Fellowship Hall, Bell Choir Practice, Choir Practice, Youth Choir Practice, Adult Bible Study, and our very special AWANA ministry for kids ages 3-12. On a monthly basis, two women’s groups (Women on Mission and Women of Grace) meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We have occasionally host special women’s or men’s bible/book studies throughout the week as well. But wait… There’s more! On occasion, we have special church events like our Vacation Bible School (which is tons of fun!), 4th of July Picnic, Community Fun Picnic, Christmas Concert Specials, PuppetFest, Youth Group Parties, and MORE!