At Grace City, we gather throughout the week for different activities and groups – but our main gathering happens on Sunday mornings at Isabella Bird Elementary [Get directions]. Everyone is welcome. The dress is casual, so wear something comfortable. Feel free to grab a bagel and coffee or stop by the information table as you wait for the service to begin.
Our worship is both structured and spontaneous, both contemporary and historic. Our services last about an hour and a half, and include music, prayers, Scripture readings, communion and teaching that’s straight out of the Bible.
Following the service, we invite you to hang around, as most of us do, and make a new friend.
Our Sunday gathering offers several age-appropriate children’s programs. Learn more about our GraceKids.
God desires to be known, therefore we commit to faithfully study, teach, and obey the Bible, where He reveals Himself and His will directly.
God is Father, Son, and Spirit in One, therefore we embrace diversity, unity, and fellowship as essential components of our life together.
God is the sovereign Creator and Sustainer of all things, therefore we gladly welcome His preeminence, providence, and provision in our lives.
God is the substitute Savior, therefore we celebrate the Good News of Jesus Christ as the source of our salvation, the center of our worship, and the heart of our discipleship.
God is the indwelling Spirit, therefore we depend on His active presence to empower, guide, and transform our lives into the image of Christ.
God is unconditionally loving and undeservedly kind, therefore we strive to be a culture of patience, forgiveness, generosity, compassion, and enthusiastic welcome.
God is righteous and holy, therefore we set ourselves apart to Him, pursuing lives of radical nonconformity to the world, the flesh, and false religion.
God has accepted us by free grace, therefore we reject legalistic performance and condemnation in favor of a culture of repentance, faith, and grateful submission.
God is our Champion, therefore we eagerly invite our neighbors to hear and experience the benefits of His victory with us.
A good summary of our Christian faith is found in the Nicene Creed.
See the Nicene Creed
Grace City Church is led by a team of elders and deacons as defined in 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 1.