UPDATES: Revised 12/12/2021
Building Entrance Map with Construction
As we get ready to start in-person services again, please check out the map in the link below for the changes to the building and how to enter either the auditorium or how to drop off your kids.If everything continues the final completion of the entire project is December 2021.
IN-PERSON SERVICES: Saturday 6:00pm // Sunday 10:00am
Starting September 19th we will be going to a one in-person service on Sunday’s. The first service will start at 10:00am.
ONLINE SERVICES: Sunday at 10:00am (+Facebook) Online Platform.
Starting at noon on Sunday, we also have our services on the Grace app or On-Demand.
Don't forget our Grace Kid's Online Resources page for your kids to discover Jesus on their level.
Dear Grace Friends and Family, I want to take a moment and share with you some of the changes being made to our online worship experience. Our desire is that everyone at Grace has the opportunity to join with us in our weekend services. With that in mind, we want to make our services as easily accessible as possible. Moving forward, we will be offering three online services at online.mygcc.org on Saturday at 6PM and Sunday at 9:30AM and 11AM. We will be offering a Facebook Live service on Sunday at 9:30AM as well. Once the Facebook Live service has ended, it will still be available to view or share with others at any time. The service will also be available on-demand beginning Sundays at 12PM at mygcc.org and on the Grace app for you to watch at your convenience. Though these are crazy times, we feel it is vitally important to stay connected and unified as a church by gathering in our online environments. We pray that you will continue to join with us each weekend as we worship together and navigate these unprecedented circumstances. We will continue to offer Grace Kids resources on our website so that the entire family can worship together. Lastly, we invite you to join us for a Communion service on Friday, May 29th at 7PM. This service will be available at online.mygcc.org or on our Facebook page. We pray that you and your family will gather with us as we remember what Jesus did for us on the cross. Thank you for taking time to read this message. We will continue to update you with more information as it becomes available.
Commonly Asked Questions
I want to give you an update about what Grace Community Church is doing this weekend concerning the Coronavirus. Our local governmental officials have given the recommendation that churches, particularly like ours with over 500 people at each service, consider postponing meeting in their physical building for the near future. In Romans 13 we are invited as followers of Jesus to respect our governmental officials and the direction they provide. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.