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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Watch Sermons | Service Times

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
Ladies Bible Study

Our next Ladies Bible Study is on Thursday, October 6, from 10 - 11:30am at the home of Doug and Karen Stein. We will be studying chapter 6 of Essential Virtues by Jim Berg. Please join us whether or not you have a book.

Sew & Share

Sew & Share will meet in the Fellowship Hall Friday, October 14, from 10am - 4pm.

Men's Prayer Breakfast

Our next Men's Prayer Breakfast is on Saturday, October 15, at 8am at the home of Steve and Carol Parker.

Dr. Sam Horn

We look forward to having Dr. Sam Horn with us on Sunday, September 25, during the morning service. Dr. Horn has served as a youth pastor, associate pastor and senior pastor...

Ignite Youth: Afterglow

Teens are having an Afterglow at the church on Sunday, September 25, from 7 - 9pm. Teens should meet in the Fellowship Hall five minutes after the evening service...

Caleb Stein

On Sunday, September 11, Caleb Stein, missionary to Peru, will be preaching in the evening service via skype. Don't miss an opportunity to hear about their ministry!

From the Pulpit

From the Pulpit
Preeminence of Christ Practiced

Knowledge of the truth is null and void in our lives unless we take the truth and apply it – unless we take that truth and practice it on a daily basis. Knowing that Christ is preeminent means...

Ebenezer

If I asked you what you were doing what you were doing on the morning of September 11, 2001, I doubt there would be any adult here today who wouldn't be able to sit back and tell everyone what...

Preeminence of Christ Defended

Not I, but Christ. Paul declares Christ is all-in-all. As we come to chapter 2 of Paul's letter to the Colossian believers, we find Paul's dedication to promoting and ...

Rooted and Built Up in Him

Colossians 2 deals with the very heart of the problem that the people the Colossian church were facing. Paul encourages the Christians to be rooted and built up in the faith lest any many beguile...

Christ in You, the Hope of Glory

Paul addresses the preeminence of Christ because of heresy that was beginning to take root in Colossae. The heresy set forth a thought of something being added to the gospel. The terminology we use today is that of...

Redeemed by the Blood of the Lamb

God’s work of redemption on our behalf is arguably His greatest work throughout history. Thomas Watson, the Puritan writer, said this: "Great was the work of creation, but greater the work...