Find your place at Grace

One of the primary ways we grow in grace is by becoming committed and active in a local church. That's why our theme for 2015 is Find Your Place at Grace. At salvation each one of us is given at least one spiritual gift that we can contribute as members of the body of Christ. By working together we show the world God's glory through our unity in diversity. We hope this year you will find your place at Grace!

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Sunday

9:30 am - LifeGroups | Sunday School
10:30 am - Morning Worship | Kidstown
6:00 pm - Family Service

Wednesday

7:00pm - Prayer Meeting (Adults) | Young Adults | Ignite Youth (7th-12th) | Kids4Truth (2 yrs-6th)

Nurseries available during all services | Servicios en Espanol


Grace has a place for you


News | Events

News and Events
Pastoral Candidate Recommendations

Romans 10:14 says, "How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? and how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher?" Thank you for participating with us in this process...

Drama Team to Perform at Grace

Everyone is invited to join us this Sunday evening as the Academy of Arts team performs, "Til Night Becomes Day", the story of George Muller.

Pastor Crockett's Farewell Fellowship

Please join us after tonight’s service for a pizza farewell fellowship for Pastor Crockett and his family. During the evening service, there will be an opportunity to give a love offering for Pastor and Karie or a testimony of appreciation for Pastor and Karie, as well as Beth Crockett.  

Graduation Sunday

Come out and join us this Sunday at 10:30am for a special time of congratulating those who have graduated this year from high school, college or grad school!

From the Pulpit

From the Pulpit
Why Does Grace Exist?

What do you think of when you  hear the term "church?"  A lot of folks have a lot of differing ideas of church and it seems so do a lot of "churches!" In this series of four...

Another Generation

Following the death of Joshua, the nation of Israel went into a spiritual tailspin and decline morally, socially and politically. Joshua had led the people with the deliverance, protection and provision of God into the Promised Land. They experienced...

Grace to Grow

Unlike Jonah, God in His grace, loves to see sinners repent (1-3). Because of His grace, God pursues Jonah to repent (4-11).

Grace to Repent

What does repentance look like? Is it merely being sorry for what you've done? In this message, Pastor Josh Crockett looks at the topic of repentance through the eyes of Jonah.