Grace Church is a Christian community offering welcome and sanctuary to all. Whether you are a non-church goer seeking a purpose for your life or a fellow Christian looking for a new home, you'll find a warm, inviting, and friendly atmosphere here.
If you would like more information about what we believe as a community, then please take a look at our core values .
Sunday worship starts at 10:30 am.
There’s plenty of parking, but some do choose to come a bit early to meet a few people, listen to the choir rehearse, and simply centre themselves in preparation for worship.
We are a part of the Presbyterian Church in Canada. Our worship service is a blend of traditional and contemporary music; our preaching is based on the Bible. We make use of large screen electronic projection to support the sermon and congregational singing.
Our Service usually includes:
Not unless you want to! Be comfortable, casual, and ready to worship.
Yes! We have power doors at the main entrance to the church. Our bathrooms are wheelchair accessible and there are no stairs to climb.
After worship, refreshments and conversation takes place in St Andrew’s Hall. Once a month we have a pot-luck sandwich lunch. Please join us so we can get to know you better.
Grace Church has a number of small groups and is always starting new ones. If you are interested you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
There are also a variety of ministries and ministry opportunities for people to get involved from Men’s, Women’s, Youth, Children’s, and Senior’s Ministries, to Out of the Cold. Please browse the site for more detail.
Our expectation is that anyone entering into a leadership position will have been at the church for at least six months first and then complete our safe church policy application. The harvest field is ripe and we are praying for the Lord of the harvest to raise up labourers for his fields.
Communion is generally celebrated on the first Sunday of every month.
All who follow Christ as Saviour and Lord are invited to claim their place at the communion table. But the Scriptures teach us that we must be mature enough to have faith “to perceive the body and blood of Christ” (1 Corinthians 11:29). Membership in a Christian church can be a good standard of determining who should partake and who should not.
Baptism is an opportunity for us to fulfill Christ’s command to be baptised, and also to act out what He has done for us in washing away our sin. We believe that salvation is by grace, through faith, whether we are baptised as adults or children. Baptism for adults is an outward sign of an inward work already done by Christ. For infants it is an outward sign of their inclusion in the covenant community on the basis of the faith of their parents, claiming the promise that the Holy Spirit will work in the child’s life in such a way that they ultimately will profess their own faith in Christ. Baptism is a sign of faith in the power of God to save (Colossians 2:12). Usually the minister pours or sprinkles water on the person’s head; however Baptism by immersion may be arranged. If you are interested please contact the Pastor ( email@example.com ).
Jesus commanded his disciples to “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation” (Mark 16:15, NIV). This ongoing mission requires resources – willing servants and financial support. We believe that tithing is a normal expression of our faith and gratitude to God for all He has given to us in Christ. You are always welcome to lend a hand and there are many opportunities to do so.
There are many opportunities to support Grace Church financially. You can find all about them on this website.
May God bless you for your generous support.