We’re Glad You’re Here!
God’s Grace is a non-denominational church, classical in our beliefs, contemporary in practice and worship. The people of God’s Grace have been growing in faith together since December 2004.
Here’s a photo journey in 2020 with God’s Grace.
What, when & where?
We have one worship gathering Sunday mornings at 10:00 am via the live stream.
When you join us, you can expect to find
· Welcoming people
· Authentic worship with a relevant beat
· Something meaningful for kids
· Teaching that helps you apply biblical truths to your everyday life
· Everyone is invited to participate in Holy Communion every week
What do I wear?
On an average Sunday morning when we are able to meet in person, you’ll see shorts, jeans, slacks, skirts and even the occasional tie. Come being who you are, God is after our hearts, not a fashion statement.
What do you believe?
Jesus’ mercy changes me, we and the world.
God’s Grace is a non-denominational church gathering people from a variety of faith backgrounds, from mainline churches, the Catholic church, little or no faith history at all. No matter where you’ve been, you’re welcome. See What We Believe page.
Will I fit in?
We believe God is merciful and full of grace. Our Lord’s priority is that everyone has a place and no one’s left out.
How do I become a member?
God’s Grace has no official membership. We participate in the mission and vision of the church as Jesus calls us to live out our faith. As such, we decide each year if we want to be a participant in what God’s Grace is doing. We affirm our participation in the ministry each February, but everyone is welcome to participate with us in what God is doing.
What happens on Monday?
We are not just Sunday and done. We know you don’t leave all your problems behind when you leave church on Sunday morning. Read our blog posts six days a week, get links to help you grow in faith on the Monday posts and see resources routinely posted here on this site. Join the men’s or women’s groups, midweek gatherings and service opportunities. Submit a prayer request or contact us (online contact form.)