WHAT TO EXPECT
OUR FOCUSRather than being a building where people far from God are met with shame, guilt, and condemnation, Jesus leads us to be a family that extends His grace, mercy, and forgiveness to everyone. No matter what you’ve been through or what questions you might have, we want you to be a part of the family. You will be challenged to grow with relevant, applicable Biblical teaching, inspired to worship with Christ-centric congregational music and served by people who genuinely care about you.
We don't place a high premium on what you look like on the outside. Come as you are. We show up wearing everything from suits to shorts. The important thing is what God is doing on the inside. Our goal is to point people to Jesus. Because when we meet Jesus, He does the work of changing us to be like Him, challenging us to take next steps with Him.
kids & StuDENTS
If anyone is going to change the future, it’s our next generation. As a result, we are investing heavily in our kids and teens convinced that Jesus can change them and use them now. Our Grace Kidz Sunday experience combines creative and relevant biblical teaching with high-energy games, activities and object lessons. We are passionate about our children (infants through 6th grade) learning about Jesus on their own level in safe, age-appropriate learning environments. We would love to see you and your family visit Grace Kidz this Sunday!
Grace Students meet on Wednesday evenings at 7:00pm at the church. Loaded with practical interactive teaching, worship, food and fun activities, Grace Students addresses real issues teens face each day. On Sunday, many of our students make a difference by serving on one of our many ministry teams.
MUSIC & SERMON
The teaching ministry of the Grace pastoral team features biblical truth with practical application for our daily lives. We are convicted about speaking the truth as plainly as possible. God has given us a vision and a passion for helping people meet Jesus and take their next steps with Him, and this is reflected in our teaching.
While understanding that everyone has preferences when it comes to worship styles, we strive to sing the right songs for the specific service whether they be ancient or modern, hymns or choruses. Rather than enabling consumerism and limiting our musical expressions, we encourage the engaging of the heart and mind during our congregational worship, valuing participation over performance.