You’re bound to meet somebody just like you. We range from nursery to seniors with a mix of singles and families. We average around 150 people at our worship service. Dress tends toward business-casual, though you can find anything from jeans to suits.
The music we sing at Grace Community Bible Church is a blend of old and new. God has blessed His Church with a rich heritage of hymns over the millennia which we want to help preserve with both the traditional tunes as well as updated ones. We also try to learn a few new songs throughout the year. Style-wise, while we don’t try to avoid different instruments in our music, we do strive to keep the focus on congregational singing so that the music only supports our focus on God versus stealing it away from Him.
Body of Service
Our services are opened and led by one of our pastors. During this time, we sing four or five songs, offer prayers of praise and confession to God, hear Scripture read, give our offerings and tithes, and then engage our hearts and minds further through preaching from the Bible.
Preaching at Grace Community Bible Church is always based and rooted in the Bible. Most of the sermons are verse by verse through a book of the Bible. We typically are going through a specific book in the New or Old Testament on Sunday mornings.
We have three classes for adults and age-appropriate classes for children 6th grade and under. For the adults, we will usually have a marriage and parenting class and a Fundamentals of the Faith class going on. Every 15 weeks we rotate the third class from Church History, Systematic Theology, Practical Theology, etc. Our goal in offering these classes is so that we can obey our Lord’s command that in making disciples we are teaching them to observe all that He commanded, as well as equipping disciples for the work of ministry.
Grace is a welcoming place for parents with young children. We have many families already attending, and we have plenty of room in our nursery and hearts for more. Parents are encouraged to check in their nursery aged children (0-3 yrs of age) in the youth and children ministry area of the building located adjacent to the worship sanctuary.