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 this year 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) | 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
Vacation Bible School

Children starting 1st grade – starting 6th grade in the Fall are invited to this year's 2016 Ocean Commotion VBS, Sunday, June 12, through Wednesday, June 15, from 6:15pm - 8:00pm. Register at www.GraceToAnderson.com/VBS.

Andy Gleiser

Andy Gleiser will be joining us Sunday, May 22 and will be teaching a combined adult Sunday School class, and preaching for both the Sunday morning and evening service. 

Ignite Youth: Movie Night

Ignite Youth will host a movie night at the home of David and Becca Luttrull on Friday, May 6, from 5:30 - 8:30pm. 

Ladies Bible Study

Our next Ladies Bible Study is Thursday, May 5, from 10 - 11:30am at the home of Doug and Karen Stein. We are using Essential Virtues by Jim Berg to study 2 Peter 1:5-8. 

Ignite Youth Afterglow

Teens are having an Afterglow at the home of Ron and Sherry Francis Sunday, May 1, from 7 - 9pm following the evening service. Teens should meet outside the main south door five minutes after the evening service. Each teen should bring $3 for pizza. Teens will return to the church building at 9:00pm.

Men's Prayer Breakfast

Men are invited to a prayer breakfast at Golden Corral (6315 Scatterfield Road, Anderson, IN 46013), Saturday, April 23, at 8am. The cost of the meal will be $10.50 per person. 

From the Pulpit

From the Pulpit
Honoring Mothers

Proverbs 31, a poem about the virtuous women, shows a great contrast between those who follow after righteousness and those who seek wickedness. The wicked women is a home-breaker. The godly woman is a home...

Put It on My Account

In Philemon, we see an example of Paul and his close companion Onesimus. Paul urges his Christian brother to forgive Onesimus for his thievery and mistreatment. Paul says, "Whatever Onesimus...

Walk Worthy

Why are you here? What is the purpose of your existence? Why does God allow you to breathe his air? Why does God allow you to occupy space on his earth? What is the supreme purpose of...

Besetting Sin

Jeremiah is known as the "weeping prophet." He was prophet of compassion and concert – heartbroken over the sin of his people. Jeremiah's was a life of service and suffering. He was plagued with...

Apollos

The city of Ephesus was poised for a great work of God to take place. When Paul came across a disciple named Apollos, a Jew from the city of Alexandria. Apollos was passionate for God and preached a grand message: repent and...

To Wholly Follow God

What does it mean to wholly follow God? In the Old Testament, Caleb and Joshua stood head and shoulders above the rest of the Israelites. There was something different about them. They wholly followed the Lord...