FAQ’s

FAQ’s

What time are worship services?

Sunday at 8:30 am Traditional Service in the Student Ministries Building
Sunday at 9:30 am Livestream online on YouTube, Facebook, and www.gracefs.com.
Sunday at 9:30 am Contemporary Service in the Worship Center
Monday at 6:00 pm Contemporary Service in the Worship Center

What conditions are there for worship due to the Coronavirus?

We are asking everyone to wear a facemask at all times while in the building (except during the sermon), to social distance, and to refrain from physical touch.  We are doing these things not because of any law or mandate, but because we believe it is a way to love those who are most vulnerable in our society.  Facemasks are annoying, but we do not believe they are an impediment to true worship.

What are the differences in the worship services?

8:30am is a traditional service in the Student Ministries Building that includes hymns and the traditional creeds of the Church.  9:30am is a modern service that include a full band leading contemporary praise and worship songs in the worship center.  9:30 am livestream is a livestream of the 9:30 am service.  The Monday night at 6pm service is a contemporary praise and worship service in the worship center with the same message as on Sunday morning.  All the services hear the same message.

How should I dress to come to worship at Grace?

While you will find few people wearing suits and ties, you will find a great diversity of dress from those in attendance.  From flip flops and blue jeans to dress pants and button shirts, people will be dressed in what is most comfortable for them.  Our pastor will typically be wearing blue jeans and a button down shirt on most Sundays.

Do you serve Holy Communion at Grace?

Holy Communion is served once a month at Grace.  All are welcome to participate in Holy Communion when it is served.  You do not have to be a member of Grace.  The invitation to Holy Communion is this:  “Christ our Lord invites to his table all who love him, who earnestly repent of their sin and seek to live in peace with one another.”

What about children?

Infants through the sixth grade are invited to attend Kids Church where they will participate in worship designed to help them grow as disciples of Jesus Christ.  All children are checked in prior to Kids Church through a registration system so that we can do all that we can to provide a safe environment for our kids to grow in their faith.

Can I watch an example of a full service?

Grace has a youtube channel where you can watch a full service.  Go to Grace Youtube Channel.