We gather for prayer and communion every Sunday @ 9:30 am, with our worship service @ 10:30 am. We would love for you to join us!

If you are unable to attend in person, you can join us on our NEW Livestream on YouTube.

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What to Expect



We gather for worship every Sunday morning at 10:30 am. We encourage you to come as you are. Our atmosphere is informal and personable while remaining reverent and joyful before our God. Our lives, ministry, and services are governed by the authority of God’s Word; therefore, we believe in Bible-centered, expository preaching, and teaching as the foundation of everything we do. In our music, we value the historic traditions of the church while embracing the best that current hymn-writers have to offer. You will hear classic hymns and modern favorites weekly. We are blessed to have many young families. We encourage families to worship together, so you will hear the joyful sounds of children playing and occasionally crying (Mt. 19:14). We know that you will find our church family welcoming and authentic.

We would love to meet you and answer any questions you may have.


We welcome you and encourage questions as we help you figure things out. It is our hope and prayer that Grace Fellowship will be a place you can connect relationally as you are encouraged to explore the truth of the Bible. We don’t have it all together either; what unites us is that we are broken and that we recognize that our identity, salvation, healing, and hope are in the person and work of Jesus Christ.


At Grace Fellowship, we desire to encourage and equip families on Sunday morning and throughout the week. We believe that parents are primarily responsible for educating their children in the ways of the Lord (Dt. 6:6-7), and our desire is to supplement—not compete with—that objective. With this in mind, our preference is to support parents and children in participating together in the life of the Church, especially on Sunday mornings. However, we also recognize that for families with younger children, this is not always possible. We also recognize that children mature differently, so we will work through those expectations with each family. 

On Sunday mornings, families will join together in singing, praying, reading Scripture, and hearing what God is doing in the life of the church. During the sermon, the children who are able to remain with their parents are encouraged to do so. Even if they do not understand everything, they pick up more than we give them credit for, and we have resources for families to follow up with what they’ve learned after service. For the younger children (ages 1-5), there will be an age-appropriate classroom for them during the sermon. Participating in this class is up to the parent’s discretion.

Childcare is also offered during our Wednesday Family Bible Study. Please feel free to ask us any questions you may have by emailing GFSchildren@gmail.com or click here for more information about Children’s Ministry. 

*Please know that all of our Children’s Ministry helpers and teachers have undergone a thorough background screening process


We believe wholeheartedly that the church is more than what happens on Sundays. That is why we meet in smaller groups throughout the week, which gather for Bible Study, fellowship, and prayer. We also have studies and discipleship opportunities designed for men and women. We learn, laugh, and cry together, and we grow in the image of Christ. There are always additional opportunities for fellowship in larger and smaller groups. Please check our calendar page for more information. The Christian life is seven days a week, and we see being involved in each other’s lives as essential to encouragement and spiritual growth.