What is the schedule of services?
9:00 – Student Equip 6:30 – Grace Force Kids
9:00 – Grace Force Kids 6:30 – We* Women
10:30 – Worship 6:30 – Mens Fraternity
6:30 – Converge Students
6:00 – Young Adults Life Group
How should I dress?
Is Grace Community Church affiliated with a denomination?
No. Our church family is made up of people from various denominational and non-denominational backgrounds. We are united in our desire to worship God together, ground our lives in the Word of God, and pursue the fulfillment of the Great Commission as a team.
How is the church led?
Jesus Christ, God’s Son, is the sole Head of GCC, the Leader before whom all human leaders must submit. He communicates His will and leads His church:
Primarily through the Word of God, the Bible.
Secondarily through the Holy Spirit residing in the hearts of all believers, constituting a royal priesthood who commune directly with the high priest, Jesus Christ.
Finally, through qualified, commissioned men and women who serve in various positions of leadership.
On a human level, three groups of people direct the ministries of Grace Community Church. Those groups are the elders, staff, and ministry team leaders.
The elders are members of the body who provide general watchcare and oversight. They continually evaluate the teaching ministry of the church and review major ministry decisions and strategic initiatives. They use their wisdom, discernment and shepherding gifts to ensure the church remains on a true biblical course. Scripture indicates that the ultimate human decision-making authority in the church rests with the elders.
Staff and Ministry team leaders direct the day-to-day affairs of the ministries of the church. Their main job is to equip, build and coordinate teams of volunteers so that ministry happens.
The way these groups work together can best be stated as follows: the staff and ministry leaders direct the ministries of the church and all the activities of the church are carried out under the watch-care, leadership and supervision of the elders.
This cooperative structure provides a framework wherein the local fellowship lives and functions to bring honor and glory to God, and working together with other fellowships in Hunt County and around the world, to build the kingdom of God.
What about Baptism
What are life groups?
Life Groups create predictable and authentic environments for people to connect with God and each other. Through Bible study and prayer, Life Groups generate an atmosphere of encouragement as well as challenge to grow in faith. Life Groups are essential to the life of our church. In a Life Group, you can expect to eat, make friends and study topics from Biblical perspectives.
For information on joining a Life Group contact Julie@graceweb.net