Our worship services are focused on Christ and His grace and mercy for us. We use a variety of liturgies, Scripture readings that follow the church year, hymns and songs which relate to the theme of the day or the season, and a message that is usually based on one of the Scripture readings. On the second, fourth, and fifth Sundays there is also a children's message. And from time-to-time you can also expect a surprise.
We welcome you and encourage you to bring a friend.
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Wednesday Evening: Grace will resume Wednesday evening bible study after advent.
9:00 AM - Adult Happy Half Hour. Thirty minutes for adult biblical instruction. Currently we are using video based studies to grow in our understanding of issues that followers of Christ face in their daily lives. When we complete one series we choose another.
Happy Half Hour to Study Genesis
“The Case For Christmas”: a video Bible Study by Lee Strobel, will be shown starting December 1. Lee Strobel was at one point an atheist but in his research discovers the truth about God. In this four session study he examines what the scene of Jesus birth would actually have looked like, the Bible’s mind-boggling claim that Jesus was born of a virgin, and how the prophecies about the Messiah in the old Testament were fulfilled in Christ.
9:00 AM - Youth Sunday School. Thirty minute lessons for youth age Pre-K through 8th grade.
9:30 AM - Fellowship Time. A wonderful time of fellowship between adults and youth as we enjoy treats, coffee, and refreshments.
10:00 AM - Worship Service. Time to partake in the worship of our God.
Holy Communion - 1st and 3rd Sunday's.
Holy Communion is celebrated on the first and third Sunday of the month. We believe and teach that the body and blood of Jesus Christ are truly present in and with the bread and the wine in the sacrament of Holy Communion. It is our belief that this sacrament is received by the penitent believing Christians assuring them of the forgiveness of sins of their sins and strengthening their faith.
References: Matthew 26:26-28; 1 Corinthians 10:16
Weekly ReadingsScripture readings are listed below. You can click on the speaker icon to listen to the readings. Oral reading consist of entire chapter, not specific verses. Or you may read or print all of the weekly readings by clicking on the book icon at the end.
Can't make it one Sunday? Want to go back and hear the sermon again? Want to share the sermon with a friend?
Each week we post the sermons for you to be able to listen to at your convenience. Highlight the desired selection and press the play button at the top of the player. Make sure your sound is up on your computer. Enjoy them over and over again or share with a friend! They are also posted on our Facebook page.