Welcome

We are glad that you are interested in learning more about Grace Evangelical Free Church. Our prayer is that you'll find this information helpful in deciding whether to make Grace your church home. 

We want you to feel at home from the very beginning. No matter what stage of life you are in, we want you to feel welcomed, encouraged, and cared for as you come to Grace. We strive to be a people who love each other well and point each other to Jesus.  

Service Times

Wednesday:

On Wednesday nights from September-April we gather together to share a meal and learn from God's Word, either through AWANA (kids) or Bible Study (Adults). 

5:30-6:10 p.m. - Fellowship Meal ($3/adult, $2/child)

6:30-8:00 p.m. - AWANA, Youth, and Adult Disciple- Making

Sunday:

We gather on Sunday mornings for fellowship, Bible study, and worship at the following times:

9:15 a.m. - Sunday School for Children and Adults (September-June)

10:30 a.m. - Worship Service

 

WHAT can I EXPECT From your worship service?

Our dynamic worship involves music of various musical styles, prayer, Scripture reading, expository preaching, and regular celebration of the Lord's Supper. 

You can listen to recent sermons here

What should I wear?

There is no dress code at Grace. Some of our attendees wear suits and ties while others wear t-shirts and jeans. We welcome you to wear whatever makes you comfortable. 

What Makes us a Family Place?

At Grace we strive to be "a family place." By this we mean several things:

  1. We want to be a place where people of all ages are able to deepen their relationship with Jesus. From grandparents to young children, we want everyone to feel welcomed, valued, and included. We see great value in being a multi-generational church. This may mean that no one's stylistic preferences are ever perfectly met, but we joyfully sacrifice our stylistic preferences for the good of the church family.
  2. We want to be a place where people love and care for each other in such a way that it truly feels like we are a family. Paul calls us to be brothers and sisters and members of God's household (Ephesians 2:19), and we seek to live out that calling by treating each other as family.