Thanks for stopping by! We are excited about what God is doing at Grace. Our passion is to provide a place where people can worship together and take steps to growing in their relationship with Jesus. At Grace you will find a caring, loving family of friends — along with a number of ministries, activities, and events for the entire family. Whether or not God should lead you to become a part of the Grace Family, we want to encourage you to take full advantage of the opportunities we have for you. Thank you for visitng our page, and welcome to Grace!
Every Wednesday night, kids will be able to come sing, play games, learn about Jesus and more! We ask that kids who want to join us for this come with a parent or adult. For more information, check out our event page.
Every Wednesday night in July will be a chance for teens to come worship, play games, build relationships and so much more. It will be an atmosphere of praise with a whole lot of fun. For more informtaion, visit our event page.
Every Wednesday night in July we will be putting on our VBS program! Students can come learn about Jesus, play games, learn songs and more. For those who can't make it in person, it will also be LIVE on our Facebook and YouTube page. Resitration will be available soon. For more information visit our event page.
We believe The Lord's Supper, also known as communion, is a memorial of Christ's death; the elements are symbolic of His body and blood. In communion we remember what Christ has done to secure our salvation, and we proclaim that He is coming again.
While baptism is a one-time act of obedience, communion is an ongoing act of obedience, to be done regularly by the person who has put their faith in Christ’s life, death and resurrection.
At Grace, we celebrate The Lord’s Supper on a regular monthly basis at our weekend worship services. Click on the buttons below to find our next date for the Lord's Supper or to contact us with any questions!
A simple definition of baptism is, “An outward sign of an inward change.“
Baptism does not save us. You can only be saved by faith in the finished work of Jesus Christ. But God designed our journey of faith so that when we put our faith in Christ, one of the next steps we take is making a public statement of our faith and celebrating the new life He has given us, through baptism.
Click on the buttons below to find out upcoming dates for baptism or to contact us about being baptized!