About

About

Whenever I take a trip overseas, no matter where I go, one of the highlights is always the same . . . coming home! Why so? It’s a stretch for me to travel, especially when the travel takes me into another culture. For it is here at home that I feel most comfortable. So as much as I like to go to places like India or Africa and meet new people and discover new things, I can say without reservation that there is no place I’d rather be than “home!”

Here at Grace we are striving to be “home” for a group of Jesus-followers. I invite you to grab a cup of coffee (or whatever your favorite drink might be) and spend some time browsing our site.  You might want to start with this short video that introduces just a few of the people who call Grace Church home. In addition, I encourage you to take a moment to walk through this presentation titled, Two Ways to Live: The Choice We All Face. It explains what it means to be a follower of Jesus.

If, after browsing our site, you still have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I would love to meet you and tell you more about Grace!

Blessings,

Pastor John

Mission, Vision, & Values

Mission Statement Grace Church is a community of Christ followers devoted to reaching and equipping people of all generations to love God, love others and impact our world – all by God’s grace and for His glory! Vision Statement Our vision is for Grace Church to become a community where God is exalted as people are being transformed by: Applying the Bible to life Cultivating relationships with God and one another, and Being equipped to live each day in a…

What to Expect

No matter what your spiritual background, we want you to feel welcome at Grace Church. Our services last about 60 minutes and include music, announcements, videos, and practical, biblical teaching from our lead pastor, John Smith, or another member of our pastoral team. Due to our current safety precautions we will be having two worship services on Sunday mornings, one at 8:30 am and one at 11:00 am. At this time there will be no Grace Cafe or other Sunday…

Our Beliefs

The Charis Fellowship Movement is a group of like-minded churches who are passionate about Christ, the Gospel, and the Great Commission. When Alexander Mack and those with the same convictions began the first Grace Brethren church in Germany in 1708, they applauded the reformation, but also cheered for more. They wanted a greater return to the Scriptures. Today, several thousand Grace Brethren congregations around the world have this same commitment to the Scriptures while striving to put their convictions into…