Church Life at Grace Baptist

Our desire is that we as a church grow in spiritual maturity into the likeness of Christ and be bound together in love and unity. Unity among believers is possible only when it is built upon the foundation of the gospel. We seek to help all people pursue a lifelong relationship with Jesus Christ through solid Bible preaching and teaching. We also serve ministries and missions around the world through intentional outreach.


From our Sunday morning Bible classes to one-on-one discipleship, we’re serious about studying God’s Word together and encouraging each other with the truths we’re learning. We also recognize the joy and support found in Christian fellowship and provide many ways for adult members to serve together and to connect.


The goal of the teen ministry is to connect teens to God through our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We pray that our students will know God personally, grow to love Him more and more, and as a result, desire to glorify and serve Him by serving those around us. Our student ministry involves Bible teaching, service projects, outreach, missions trips, fun events, and more! We do our best to encourage each other, all while having a blast!


The goal of our children’s ministry is to partner with parents in teaching their children God’s Word and leading lives that are centered on Christ. We want our children to develop a biblical concept of God, to grow to love Him deeply, and to allow His character to shape their thinking and behavior.


The mandate of the gospel is to glorify God through the salvation of souls and the edification of believers, worldwide evangelism is a tool to assist in accomplishing this mission. We prayerfully and financially support many missionaries both in the United States and around the world who are involved in church planting, discipleship of new believers, and training of national pastors.

Proclaiming His Excellencies

In 1 Peter 2:9, Peter tells us that God has redeemed Christians so “that [we] should show forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvelous light.” We serve a magnificently gracious God who has forgiven our sins and has satisfied our souls. And because we love Him, we desire to “proclaim His excellencies” to all who will listen.