Our purpose is to share the gospel, to equip the saints
and to serve others.
"Grace is the Place" is a defining vision for the life and mission of Grace Presbyterian Church as we seek to glorify and enjoy God together. We seek a new openness to God's activity in the world and obedience to Christ, and we believe Grace is a place where you can fine opportunities to be involved. As someone once said: There is room in this Inn!
Grace is the place where...the Word is faithfully proclaimed through sermon and song, prayer and personal witness. The Ministers search the scriptures in their original languages to prayerfully discern, the Spirit's help, what the Bible REALLY says and what it can mean for us in these times. Our dedicated music team inspires God's people in worship. Leaders offer prayers for pastor, church, nation and world. Our worship style might be described as "blended - a mix of contemporary and traditional, something for all ages! Worship is at 10:30am.
Grace is the place where... you will be equipped to share and serve through education and Bible study for all ages. We offer Sunday school at 9am. We have a youth director working to help youth and young adults mature in faith and grow as disciples of Jesus Christ. Our commitment to children is expressed through out highly respected and accredited Preschool. The pastor and elders work together to offer hands-on ministry opportunities in service to God. Women's and Men's groups meet regularly, while on Wednesday Nights during the school year we have dinner and fellowship and a Bible Study for all ages.
Grace is the place where...we serve others. Grace has a good reputation in the community for our commitment to service. The Grace Cares Ministry offers food and financial utility assistance weekly. Grace is networked with other organizations to offer optimal assistance to those in need. We support Humble House, the women's recovery program and woman's shelter. We support Operation Christmas Child and give Thanksgiving Baskets every year. We also support two Presbyterian missionaries in South Sudan.
Come experience Grace with us!
To continue to do our part to help people feel comfortable while in the church, there are a couple, Covid-19 policies that we all need to be aware of.
1. All church functions will be mask optional but please be respectful of those who still choose to wear a mask.
2. Beginning July 4, 2021 (and until further notice), the handbell/screen side of the sanctuary (the right side if facing the front Cross), as well as the balcony, will be social distance seating required. The other three aisles in the sanctuary will be open seating (meaning you can sit where you choose). "Who's Who" (the black attendance pads) have been returned to the pew so please fill those out each week so we can know you were here. Prayer cards have also be returned to the pews. If you have a prayer request, please complete your card, pass it towards the center of the sanctuary on your pew and an usher or elder will pick it up and bring it to the front during the Doxology. Communion will be served as originally scheduled; however, we will resume passing plates. If you are uncomfortable with passing plates, individual cups will be available for you to use. Offering plates will continue to be in the Narthex, but you can always give online or bring in a gift during the week. You may sing along with the music if you feel so inclined.