What to Expect
A service at Grace typically will last 75-90 minutes in length. Dress is casual. Come as you are.
Sundays morning serves as our main service at Grace. The 75-90 minute service typically consists of a time of worship with prayer offered for those with needs, communion, a timely message, and the return of the worship team to close with a final song. Youth will generally leave the main sanctuary immediately following worship to join their own classes during the message. Nursery is also available during the entire service.
It’s a long time between Sundays. Therefore we gather on Wednesdays at 7:00pm. Generally this midweek service mirrors Sunday mornings in format but without youth classes. On the last Wednesday of each month this midweek service becomes an all worship and prayer service.
Nursery care available during each Sunday 10am service and K-5 “Superkids” class meets during the sermon time.
On Sundays during the sermon time, Jr. High and High school groups meet and enjoy a special time of teaching and ministry that is designed just for them.
What is a service at Grace Like?
All After Service Classes start at 10:30 am PST (during the second service). These classes are a wonderful opportunity to grow in Biblical knowledge, ask questions and get to know people here at Hope.
At every service at Grace you will experience dynamic, live worship music with a full band led by worship leaders whose hearts are devoted to worship, along side other expressive arts and forms of worship including dance. During the worship time, there is opportunity for anyone with a need to come forward to receive prayer including the laying on of hands.
Worship is a significant part of everything that we do at Grace, which is why so much time is dedicated to it during each service.
Feel free to sit or stand and participate in whatever way is most comfortable for you.
At every service at Grace you can expect a Bible-centered time of teaching following worship that is timely, relevant, but most importantly Christ-honoring. The messages serve to both encourage and challenge you to grow in your faith.
The Lord’s Supper is offered at every service generally in between worship and the message. Participating in communion is available to all and those joining the service online are also encouraged to participate with us from wherever they are with some bread and a liquid.