Visitor FAQ

Here is some information that might help you feel more comfortable as you plan your visit with us!

Service times are:

Sunday School: 10:00 AM
Sunday Morning Worship: 11:00 AM
Sunday Evening Bible Study: 6:00 PM
Women’s Bible Study: Tuesdays @ 6:30 PM (every other week at our Pastor’s home)
Wednesday Evening Prayer & Bible Study: 7:00 PM

Directions are available on the Connect page.

Is there a side of the building better to park on? If you are handicapped or a first time visitor you may want to park at the front of the building, entering on the right side. There are no steps at that entrance and a large foyer. Otherwise, most people park on the left side where there are steps leading to that foyer.

Do you have child care? We provide child care from nursery age through 2nd grade for each Sunday morning service. For Sunday School we provide a gospel-focused curriculum for nursery through middle school. On Sunday nights and Wednesday nights we offer nursery care through age two, but we encourage parents to keep their kids, age 3 & up, in the service with them to get them accustomed to sitting under the preaching of God’s Word.

What can I expect when I get there as far as music and preaching style? We are a mostly traditional church when it comes to music style. We seek to provide a blend between hymns and more modern worship songs. Above all, we focus on songs with solid biblical content. We are growing in our worship, seeking to make it an atmosphere where our Lord feels most comfortable.

As far as preaching style, Pastor Mark is mostly expositional, intermingled with occasional topical messages as needed – but even topical messages are based on contextual passages in Scripture. He also includes relevant series’ according to the Holy Spirit’s leading.

What should I wear?

We want you to come to Grace comfortable. As for our regular attenders, it varies. We have some men that wear suits & ties, some that wear jeans. Some of our ladies wear dresses and others casual pants. We have a number of college age students who are casual, yet respectful in their attire. In our Sunday evening and Wednesday night services, even Pastor Mark dresses casual (he hates his tie!). You will not feel awkward regardless of what you wear. Just come as you are. We would love to see you!
If you could sum up the atmosphere in one word, what would it be? LOVING.