At Grace Community Church, it is our belief that church not only be a place to gather together to worship, but that it also be a place where you can get involved in a community of believers who are passionate for the things of God. Each service incorporates the gifts and talents of many as they utilize their abilities in service to God. We make every effort at Grace Community Church to provide both an atmosphere and a platform for you to not only attend church, but to serve God and others with your unique giftings.
A service at Grace typically will last at least 90 minutes in length. Dress is casual. Come as you are.
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 from our leadership 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.
Sundays morning serves as our main service at Grace. The 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.
Every Sunday service includes opportunity for all who wish to receive prayer for any and all needs to come forward during worship to receive prayer from elders and leaders.
It is our belief that church not only be a place to gather together to worship, but that it also be a place where you can get involved in a community of believers who are passionate for the things of God. Each service incorporates the gifts and talents of many as they utilize their abilities in service to God. We make every effort at Grace Community Church to provide both an atmosphere and a platform for you to not only attend church, but to serve God and others with your unique giftings.
You can also give safely and securely online through our Giving portal in the menu above.
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12 Step recovery program that helps anyone find hope and healing to overcome life’s hurt, pain, or addiction of any kind. The Landing is CR for youth ages 12-18.Both CR and the Landing meet on Mondays with a meal at 6pm and meeting at 7pm.
At Grace, along with traditional celebrations of Jesus’ birth and resurrection, we also celebrate the Jewish Feasts and Holidays such as Passover, Hanukkah, Tabernacles and Pentecost. Jesus was a practicing Jew, and along with His followers, celebrated these feasts throughout the Gospels and the New Testament. Many of Jesus’ significant moments took place during these celebrations. These “appointed times” serve to point us to Christ and a give us a deeper understanding and context of His teachings and what He accomplished eternally through the Cross. These celebrations connect the Christian believer with the Jewish roots of our Christian Faith.
WE BELIEVE: The Scriptures of the Old and New Testament (the Bible) to be the divinely inspired Word of God, and to be the supreme and final authority in faith and conduct.
WE BELIEVE: In the Deity of Jesus Christ, His pre-existence with the Father, His virgin birth, His substitutionary, sacrificial death, His bodily resurrection, ascension and second coming in great power and glory.
WE BELIEVE: The only salvation afforded the soul of man is by Jesus’ blood and through His name, by God’s grace through faith in the person and work of Jesus Christ and that it is a gift from God. Therefore, we believe that the blood of Jesus Christ, shed on the cross, provides the sole basis for the forgiveness of sin.
WE BELIEVE: In a literal Heaven and Hell.
WE BELIEVE: In the Triune God, eternally existent in three distinct persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
WE BELIEVE: In water baptism by immersion as demonstrated in the New Testament.
WE BELIEVE: That the baptism of the Holy Spirit is for all, and that the Gifts of the Holy Spirit and the miracle power of God are for today, empowering the believer to be a witness and anointed servant of God.
We believe in one true and living God who exists eternally in three distinct persons: The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit.
We believe God is a Father: While He is all powerful, all knowing, unchanging, and above all, holy, it is in Him that we live, move and exist. He is loving, compassionate, and faithful to His people and His promises, and ultimately demonstrated His love for us by sending His Son Jesus to serve as the ultimate sacrifice, making the way for us walk in relationship with Him now, and be with Him eternally.
We believe Jesus to be the Christ, the Messiah and Son of God. He was conceived by the Virgin Mary through the Holy Spirit. He died by crucifixion in fulfillment of the scriptures and rose on the third day, defeating sin and death
We believe the Holy Spirit to be co-equal with God the Father and God the Son (Jesus) and of the same essence. The Holy Spirit, the promised Comforter and Helper, assures us of our relationship with Christ. He guides believers into all truth and exalts Christ. He convicts the world of sin, God’s righteousness and of the coming judgement. He comforts us, and gives spiritual gifts, which we believe to be fully active today and available to every believer.
We believe the local church to be a community of believers unified through faith in Christ and regularly gathering corporately, committed to the teachings of Christ and obeying all of His commands, and seeking to bring the Gospel of the Kingdom to the world.
We believe that the salvation of man is only afforded through Jesus Christ, and in no other name can man be saved. Salvation occurs when people place their faith in the death and resurrection of Christ as sufficient payment for their sin. Salvation is a gift given through the grace of God, and it cannot be earned through our own efforts or goodness.
Water baptism is a symbolic act to publicly profess one’s salvation. We practice full-immersion baptism, symbolizing the death and resurrection that Jesus went through for us. We believe that the only prerequisite for water baptism is expressing faith and trust in Jesus Christ, in accordance with the pattern set in the Book of Acts where people “believed and were baptized.”
Communion is taken by believers in remembrance of Christ’s sacrifice on the cross through the sharing of bread representing Christ’s body and liquid representing His shed blood. At Grace we offer and partake in communion corporately at every service. All are welcome to receive communion.
We believe the Five-Fold Ministry positions of Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists, Pastors and Teachers as described in the New Testament are gifts given to the church, for the equipping of believers to spread the Gospel of Christ. We believe both men and women can be used by God for the work of the ministry.