Discover Grace

Visiting a church for the first time can be overwhelming. We want to put you at ease when you visit Grace. Your first visit to Grace Baptist will be inspirational, welcoming, and gratifying for your whole family.  Here are a few answers to your questions and what you might expect on your first visit.

When are the services?

On Sunday, we have a morning service at 11 AM and an evening service at 6 PM. We also have a Sunday School hour with groups for every age level meeting at 10 AM.  Each of our services includes children’s classes and a nursery for your younger children, while the Sunday School hour provides age appropriate teaching and fellowship for all ages.
On Wednesday, our mid-week Bible Study meets at 7 PM.
You can expect to spend about one and a half hours at each of our main services.

What can I expect at the services?

Each service is planned to encourage your soul, minister to your spirit, and uplift your heart through godly, Spirit-filled music and clear, powerful Bible preaching and teaching.  You can expect to leave Grace Baptist Church with a heart that is drawn closer to God and a desire to live for Christ.

Are there classes for children?

We have classes for children at all services.  During the Sunday School hour, we have classes and groups for all ages, including infants and toddlers. Our Sunday morning service also has children’s classes for children through sixth grade.  Our 6 PM service provides children’s classes from infants through preschool.

If you come on Wednesday nights, you’ll want to check out the Master’s Clubs that start at 6:30 PM.  At 7 PM, your teens can join our young people for Bible study classes tailored to the teen years.  For more information about our children and teen ministries, please visit our CONNECT pages for children and teens.

What should I bring?

We would encourage you to come as you are and bring your friends, and a Bible – it will help you follow along in the messages.

Is there a dress code?

While you will find many men in suits and ties, and many ladies in dresses and skirts, at Grace, we don’t expect a certain dress code for people coming to our church.
As we often tell people, when you come to meet with the Lord, wear whatever is your best.  No one is judged on their appearance at Grace.

Will someone be able to help me at the services?

We understand how overwhelming it is when you are in a new place, so we have greeters and ushers who will be happy to help you with any needs you have while you are with us.

Are your services only in English?

We actually have a Spanish ministry that conducts services at the same time as our other services.  If you would like more information on our Spanish ministry, please visit our Español page.  For those who may have hearing impairment, we provide ASL interpretation at every service upon request.

Times & Directions

Sunday – Helping you to know God and love Him
Sunday School – 10 AM • Morning Service & Children’s Classes – 11 AM • Evening Service and Classes – 6 PM

Wednesday – Helping you to grow together in Christ
Master’s Clubs – 6:30 PM • Mid-Week Service and Teen Groups – 7 PM