About Us

“Not your typical Methodist Church”

Passionate People…

worship …who desire to fulfill the mission and vision that Jesus has given us for the community in which we have been called to serve: heal hearts, feed souls, and open spiritual eyes, in the name of Jesus and by the power and presence of the Holy Spirit. The joy of the Lord is our strength (Psalm 28:7). Our love for Jesus, and the change He has brought about in our life, compels us to reach out and show His love to each person we come in contact with and in all that we do.

Relevant Worship…

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…that is free-flowing and spirit-led. At Grace Church, we strive to worship in Spirit and in truth (John 4:24), in such a way that is relevant to each person and pleasing unto God. Whether it is through the traditional hymns or the contemporary praise, Grace Church provides an open and loving environment in which individuals across all generations and backgrounds can worship the Lord and do so in a way that speaks into their individual lives, providing strength and encouragement to live out their faith not just on Sunday mornings, but every day, in every situation throughout the week.

Life-Changing Message…

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…We believe that the Gospel message of Jesus Christ is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes (Romans 1:16), therefore, it is what we unapologetically preach, teach, and proclaim, and is the basis for all that we do. It is this Gospel message, that God so loved the world that He gave his only Son (John 3:16), that not only saves us from sin and death, but continues to speak truth into our lives, transforming into the likeness of Christ, and gives us hope for tomorrow. It is the only source of salvation, hope, and abundant life. No matter who you are, or what you have done, it is our desire for you to know that Jesus loves you, and that through a personal relationship with Him, He can bring change in your life as well.

The Mission and Vision of Grace Church is to:

“Heal Hearts, Feed Souls, & Open Spiritual Eyes” – Luke 24:13-35