What to Expect
What should I wear?
The short answer is whatever you feel comfortable worshiping in. Most attenders dress “corporate casual,” while many wear jeans.
At Grace Fellowship, you’ll notice people of all ages and walks of life. If you prefer, an usher can direct you to seats in the auditorium or you may sit wherever you are most comfortable. Once seated, you’ll notice slides rotating on the screen which are the events and activities happening at church. There are several opportunities to get involved at Grace Fellowship.
This time is set aside for communicating with God from our hearts. Everyone worships in his or her own unique way. For many, that means singing, and for others it means quietly reflecting on the words. Our worship team consists of vocalists, acoustic, bass, and electric guitars, keyboard, and drums.
Every Sunday, our pastor gives a relevant, straightforward message that is based on Scripture and is designed to be helpful in your everyday life. See the Sermons section for recent messages. These messages will help you develop a growing, vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ and apply biblical teaching to your own life.
Each week we have a financial offering. As a guest, there is no need for you to give. This offering is an act of worship for our regular attenders to continue the Gospel ministry.
The Lord's Supper
We celebrate the Lord's Supper together on the first Sunday of each month. All followers of Jesus are invited to join us. The juice and bread that we share represent the blood and body our Savior gave up so that our sins could be forgiven. We use grape juice for our “wine.”
Children in preschool through 5th grade start out with their parents in our worship service. Midway through, our pastor gives them a quick message, and then they are dismissed to Children’s Church, where they have age-appropriate lessons and activities.
Our church nursery is available to all parents, but you are also welcome to keep your children with you in the auditorium.
We have a Cry Room available just past the foyer, with comfortable furniture and a video feed to parents who tend to fussy or nursing children. Dads, we ask that you leave the room when moms are nursing.
Children and Youth Protection Policy
Child safety is a top priority at Grace, so we've developed a safety policy for all our workers and volunteers, who have completed a certified background check. A detailed copy of our child protection policy is available from our Children's Ministry. Just email us for a copy.