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!


Watch Sermons | Service Times


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


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
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!

Memorial Day Tribute Service

Grace Baptist Church will be honoring fallen Hoosiers this Sunday, May 24th. These soldiers will receive recognition for their service with a patriotic ceremony and music.

Please join us at 10am for this special service where we pay honor to those who defend our freedom.

From the Pulpit

From the Pulpit
Grace to Grow

Unlike Jonah, God in His grace, loves to see sinners repent (1-3).

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. 

Looking Unto Jesus

How important is a name? What name did Jesus most commonly call himself? Jesus uses the title "Son of Man" most commonly to refer to himself. But what does this title mean? In this message, Dr. Nathan Crockett explains the significance of Jesus as the "Son of Man."

Grace to Revive

In Jonah, we see what could be the greatest revival in the history of the world - the revival of the wicked town of Nineveh. But, how did this revival get started? In the message, Pastor Josh Crockett observes the fuel for true revival.