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Do you have Sunday school classes?

We call them Foundations classes, and there are classes at 9:35am for all ages, as well as nursery available. Adults meet in the worship center, and children are in various classrooms by grade.

Our last Foundations classes will be May 27th. Classes will resume at the end of August.

What is your service like?

We spend time in fellowship, singing, praying, and receiving the preaching of God's Word. The atmosphere is casual and friendly. Our 8:30 service is an hour long with the Lord's Supper served every week. Our 10:45 service usually lasts about 75 minutes.

You can listen to our sermons here.

Are you part of a denomination?

Grace is a part of the Presbyterian Church in America. You can read more about our beliefs here.

Where do my kids go during the service?

We offer nursery during both services and the Foundations hour. Children ages 3-5th grade have the option of going to Children's Church during the sermon at the 10:45 service. You can read more about our ministry to children here.

What kind of music do you do?

We have a contemporary style of worship, led by singers and musicians on instruments like keyboard, guitar, drums, bass, violin, and mandolin. We incorporate a mix of modern songs and hymns of the faith. You can read more about our worship philosophy and style here.

How often do you take the Lord's Supper?

We celebrate the Lord's Supper weekly in the 8:30 service and once a month in our 10:45 service. We offer both wine and juice, and we also have the option of gluten-free wafers. One of our pastors wrote a blog post that gets at the heart of this sacrament.

How can I get plugged in?

We realize that it can be easy to show up and leave on Sunday mornings without really making connections with other people or ministries. An easy first step to getting connected at Grace is to come to our Visitors Lunches, which happen every other month right after the service. Check the bulletin or our calendar to save the date for the next one.

The next place to go deeper is in our Foundations classes at 9:35. We encourage newcomers to take our Discover Grace class to get to know our church better.

A vital way to get involved is in a small group. We also offer various women's and men's Bible studies. Middle and high schoolers will want to plug into Sunday evening Crossroads. There are also various ministry teams where you can work alongside others to serve our church at large.

Please feel free to contact our pastors and allow us to get to know you personally. We are glad God has led you here to Grace!