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Update - March 18, 2020

Even during a season of “social-distancing” we believe “it is not good for anyone to be alone” (Genesis 2:18). We were made with a God-given appetite for relationships. A conviction that still rings true even when the manner we meet changes to protect those most vulnerable in our church and community. Which is why the members of Grace Fellowship will continue “to spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another” (Hebrews 10:24-25). So here is how we will meet for the foreseeable future:

Grace Fellowship will be LIVE on Facebook every Sunday at 10am!

10AM: Welcome. Grace Fellowship members, visitors and friends can tune into Pastor Chris' live feed on the Grace Fellowship Facebook page for our Sunday service. This live stream will post directly to

10:05: Worship: Pastor Chris gives directions on how to access the day's sermon video, children's lesson, and worship song links. There will also be a reminder to tune back in to Facebook Live at 10:45 for discussion and prayer.

10:45: Community. Tune back in to Facebook Live for group discussion about the Bible passage, sermon and children’s lesson. We will also share concerns/praises and pray for one another. 

11:00: Blessing. We will be sent “out” to “Reach Up, Reach Out and Grow Together”. 


New Series for Lent 2020: "Kingdom Come" 

            “The time has come. The Kingdom of God has come near. Repent and believe the good news!” Jesus talked about the kingdom of God more than any other subject! In fact, he told us to “seek first his kingdom” (Matt 6:33) and pray for his “kingdom to come” (Matt 6:10). How we understand Christ’s kingdom has massive implications for how we understand the gospel. 

            It’s important to note that Jesus’ kingdom is very different from earthly kingdoms. This is a kingdom inherited by “the poor in spirit” and those “persecuted because of righteousness” (Matt 5:3,10). Unlike most royal dignitaries, Jesus came “not to be served but to serve” his people (Matt 20:28). During this series we will worship this King of Kings and grow in our understanding of his refreshingly different Kingdom.