February 28, 2021 | In-Person Tickets &
Prayer & Praise Night

 

Updated Campus Expectations

For all individuals visiting our campus, our campus expectations include; pre-visit health check, face coverings or masks and physical distancing. Those campus expectations will be visibly marked around our campus as well as all entrances. All meeting rooms and corporate gatherings will be equipped with hand sanitizer and related cleaning supplies to promote health standard guidelines. Ingress and egress pathways will be visibly marked. The Worship Center and campus meeting spaces will be cleaned/sanitized between meeting times.

For more information on our campus expectations click the link below.
Grace Baptist Campus Expectations

Important information regarding reserving tickets.

Please only reserve the number tickets you will use so we can accommodate as many as possible. The Worship Center capacity will be limited to allow for proper physical distancing. Once the room capacity is reached we will open an overflow room providing a live-stream of the service. Please print the email with your tickets or be prepared to show them on your mobile device.

Sunday, February 28, 2021 | 8:15am Worship Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/Online

Sunday, February 28, 2021 | CAMP GRACE KIDS | 9:45am Tickets

 

Sunday, February 28, 2021 | 11:00am Worship Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/Online

Prayer & Praise | Sunday, February 28, 2021 | 5pm | Worship Service Tickets

 


February 21, 2021 | In-Person Tickets

 

Updated Campus Expectations

For all individuals visiting our campus, our campus expectations include; pre-visit health check, face coverings or masks and physical distancing. Those campus expectations will be visibly marked around our campus as well as all entrances. All meeting rooms and corporate gatherings will be equipped with hand sanitizer and related cleaning supplies to promote health standard guidelines. Ingress and egress pathways will be visibly marked. The Worship Center and campus meeting spaces will be cleaned/sanitized between meeting times.

For more information on our campus expectations click the link below.
Grace Baptist Campus Expectations

Important information regarding reserving tickets.

Please only reserve the number tickets you will use so we can accommodate as many as possible. The Worship Center capacity will be limited to allow for proper physical distancing. Once the room capacity is reached we will open an overflow room providing a live-stream of the service. Please print the email with your tickets or be prepared to show them on your mobile device.

Sunday, February 21, 2021 | 8:15am Worship Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/Online

Sunday, February 21, 2021 | CAMP GRACE KIDS | 9:45am Tickets

 

Sunday, February 21, 2021 | 11:00am Worship Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/Online

Prayer & Praise | In-Person Tickets

Prayer & Praise | Sunday, February 28, 2021 | 5pm | Worship Service Tickets

 


 

February 14, 2021 | In-Person Tickets

 

Updated Campus Expectations

For all individuals visiting our campus, our campus expectations include; pre-visit health check, face coverings or masks and physical distancing. Those campus expectations will be visibly marked around our campus as well as all entrances. All meeting rooms and corporate gatherings will be equipped with hand sanitizer and related cleaning supplies to promote health standard guidelines. Ingress and egress pathways will be visibly marked. The Worship Center and campus meeting spaces will be cleaned/sanitized between meeting times.

For more information on our campus expectations click the link below.
Grace Baptist Campus Expectations

Important information regarding reserving tickets.

Please only reserve the number tickets you will use so we can accommodate as many as possible. The Worship Center capacity will be limited to allow for proper physical distancing. Once the room capacity is reached we will open an overflow room providing a live-stream of the service. Please print the email with your tickets or be prepared to show them on your mobile device.

Sunday, February 14, 2021 | 8:15am Worship Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/Online

Sunday, February 14, 2021 | CAMP GRACE KIDS | 9:45am Tickets

 

Sunday, February 14, 2021 | 11:00am Worship Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/Online

February 7, 2021 | In-Person Tickets

 

Updated Campus Expectations

For all individuals visiting our campus, our campus expectations include; pre-visit health check, face coverings or masks and physical distancing. Those campus expectations will be visibly marked around our campus as well as all entrances. All meeting rooms and corporate gatherings will be equipped with hand sanitizer and related cleaning supplies to promote health standard guidelines. Ingress and egress pathways will be visibly marked. The Worship Center and campus meeting spaces will be cleaned/sanitized between meeting times.

For more information on our campus expectations click the link below.
Grace Baptist Campus Expectations

Important information regarding reserving tickets.

Please only reserve the number tickets you will use so we can accommodate as many as possible. The Worship Center capacity will be limited to allow for proper physical distancing. Once the room capacity is reached we will open an overflow room providing a live-stream of the service. Please print the email with your tickets or be prepared to show them on your mobile device.

Sunday, February 7, 2021 | 8:15am Worship Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/Online

Sunday, February 7, 2021 | CAMP GRACE KIDS | 9:45am Tickets

 

Sunday, February 7, 2021 | 11:00am Worship Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/Online

January 31, 2021 | In-Person Tickets

 

Updated Campus Expectations

For all individuals visiting our campus, our campus expectations include; pre-visit health check, face coverings or masks and physical distancing. Those campus expectations will be visibly marked around our campus as well as all entrances. All meeting rooms and corporate gatherings will be equipped with hand sanitizer and related cleaning supplies to promote health standard guidelines. Ingress and egress pathways will be visibly marked. The Worship Center and campus meeting spaces will be cleaned/sanitized between meeting times.

For more information on our campus expectations click the link below.
Grace Baptist Campus Expectations

Important information regarding reserving tickets.

Please only reserve the number tickets you will use so we can accommodate as many as possible. The Worship Center capacity will be limited to allow for proper physical distancing. Once the room capacity is reached we will open an overflow room providing a live-stream of the service. Please print the email with your tickets or be prepared to show them on your mobile device.

Sunday, January 31, 2021 | 8:15am Worship Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/Online

Sunday, January 31, 2021 | CAMP GRACE KIDS | 9:45am Tickets

 

Sunday, January 31, 2021 | 11:00am Worship Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/Online

January 24, 2021 | In-Person Tickets

 

Updated Campus Expectations

For all individuals visiting our campus, our campus expectations include; pre-visit health check, face coverings or masks and physical distancing. Those campus expectations will be visibly marked around our campus as well as all entrances. All meeting rooms and corporate gatherings will be equipped with hand sanitizer and related cleaning supplies to promote health standard guidelines. Ingress and egress pathways will be visibly marked. The Worship Center and campus meeting spaces will be cleaned/sanitized between meeting times.

For more information on our campus expectations click the link below.
Grace Baptist Campus Expectations

Important information regarding reserving tickets.

Please only reserve the number tickets you will use so we can accommodate as many as possible. The Worship Center capacity will be limited to allow for proper physical distancing. Once the room capacity is reached we will open an overflow room providing a live-stream of the service. Please print the email with your tickets or be prepared to show them on your mobile device.

Sunday, January 24, 2021 | 8:15am Worship Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/Online

Sunday, January 24, 2021 | CAMP GRACE KIDS | 9:45am Tickets

 

Sunday, January 24, 2021 | 11:00am Worship Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/Online

January 17, 2021 | In-Person Tickets

 

Updated Campus Expectations

For all individuals visiting our campus, our campus expectations include; pre-visit health check, face coverings or masks and physical distancing. Those campus expectations will be visibly marked around our campus as well as all entrances. All meeting rooms and corporate gatherings will be equipped with hand sanitizer and related cleaning supplies to promote health standard guidelines. Ingress and egress pathways will be visibly marked. The Worship Center and campus meeting spaces will be cleaned/sanitized between meeting times.

For more information on our campus expectations click the link below.
Grace Baptist Campus Expectations

Important information regarding reserving tickets.

Please only reserve the number tickets you will use so we can accommodate as many as possible. The Worship Center capacity will be limited to allow for proper physical distancing. Once the room capacity is reached we will open an overflow room providing a live-stream of the service. Please print the email with your tickets or be prepared to show them on your mobile device.

Sunday, January 17, 2021 | 8:15am Worship Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/Online

Sunday, January 17, 2021 | CAMP GRACE KIDS | 9:45am Tickets

 

Sunday, January 17, 2021 | 11:00am Worship Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/Online

January 10, 2021 | In-Person Tickets

 

Updated Campus Expectations

For all individuals visiting our campus, our campus expectations include; pre-visit health check, face coverings or masks and physical distancing. Those campus expectations will be visibly marked around our campus as well as all entrances. All meeting rooms and corporate gatherings will be equipped with hand sanitizer and related cleaning supplies to promote health standard guidelines. Ingress and egress pathways will be visibly marked. The Worship Center and campus meeting spaces will be cleaned/sanitized between meeting times.

For more information on our campus expectations click the link below.
Grace Baptist Campus Expectations

Important information regarding reserving tickets.

Please only reserve the number tickets you will use so we can accommodate as many as possible. The Worship Center capacity will be limited to allow for proper physical distancing. Once the room capacity is reached we will open an overflow room providing a live-stream of the service. Please print the email with your tickets or be prepared to show them on your mobile device.

Sunday, January 10, 2021 | 8:15am Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/Online

Sunday, January 10, 2021 | 11:00am Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/Online

Sunday, January 10, 2021 | Camp Grace Kids | 9:45am Service Tickets


 

January 3, 2021 | In-Person Tickets

 

Updated Campus Expectations

For all individuals visiting our campus, our campus expectations include; pre-visit health check, face coverings or masks and physical distancing. Those campus expectations will be visibly marked around our campus as well as all entrances. All meeting rooms and corporate gatherings will be equipped with hand sanitizer and related cleaning supplies to promote health standard guidelines. Ingress and egress pathways will be visibly marked. The Worship Center and campus meeting spaces will be cleaned/sanitized between meeting times.

For more information on our campus expectations click the link below.
Grace Baptist Campus Expectations

Important information regarding reserving tickets.

Please only reserve the number tickets you will use so we can accommodate as many as possible. The Worship Center capacity will be limited to allow for proper physical distancing. Once the room capacity is reached we will open an overflow room providing a live-stream of the service. Please print the email with your tickets or be prepared to show them on your mobile device.

Sunday, January 3, 2021 | 8:15am Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/JH Room/Online

 

Sunday, January 3, 2021 | 11:00am Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/JH Room/Online

December 23 Gathering Update

Updated Campus Expectations

For all individuals visiting our campus, our campus expectations include; pre-visit health check, face coverings or masks and physical distancing. Those campus expectations will be visibly marked around our campus as well as all entrances. All meeting rooms and corporate gatherings will be equipped with hand sanitizer and related cleaning supplies to promote health standard guidelines. Ingress and egress pathways will be visibly marked. The Worship Center and campus meeting spaces will be cleaned/sanitized between meeting times.

For more information on our campus expectations click the link below.
Grace Baptist Campus Expectations

Important information regarding reserving tickets.

Please only reserve the number tickets you will use so we can accommodate as many as possible. The Worship Center capacity will be limited to allow for proper physical distancing. Once the room capacity is reached we will open an overflow room providing a live-stream of the service. Please print the email with your tickets or be prepared to show them on your mobile device

December 24 & 27 | In-Person Tickets

Christmas Eve Services

Service is Full. Tickets no longer available | Thursday, December 24th | 4:30pm Service Tickets

Join us for the 7pm service!

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/JH Room/Online

Thursday, December 24th | 7pm Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/JH Room/Online

December 27th Services

Sunday, December 27th | 8:15am Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/JH Room/Online

Sunday, December 27th | 11:00am Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/JH Room/Online

December 20 | In-Person Tickets

Sunday Service Update

As a measured response to the seasonal inclement weather conditions that would prohibit our regular gatherings, we are scheduled to move our corporate in-person worship services indoors from 12/13/2020 – 2/28/2021. In addition to our indoor worship services, we will provide on-campus simulcast at our outdoor meeting space and indoor overflow room. The room capacities (including restrooms) will be calculated to accommodate for social distancing guidelines. We will continue to stream our Main Service and other online content for those at home.

Updated Campus Expectations

For all individuals visiting our campus, our campus expectations will remain in effect through the seasonal indoor gatherings. This includes pre-visit health check, masks and social distancing. Our Campus expectations will be visibly marked around our campus as well as all entrances.

All meeting rooms and corporate gatherings will be equipped with hand sanitizer and related cleaning supplies to promote health standard guidelines. Ingress and egress pathways will be visibly marked. The Worship Center and campus meeting spaces will be cleaned/sanitized between meeting times. With the exception of the corporate gatherings on Sunday, regular weekend and weekday campus ministries will be on hiatus from 12/13 – 1/10. Upon return, all regularly scheduled ministry meetings will have room assignments accordingly.

For more information on our campus expectations click the link below.
Grace Baptist Campus Expectations

Important information regarding reserving tickets.

Please only reserve the number tickets you will use so we can accommodate as many as possible. The Worship Center capacity will be limited to allow for proper physical distancing. Once the room capacity is reached we will open an overflow room providing a live-stream of the service. Please print the email with your tickets or be prepared to show them on your mobile device

Sunday, December 20th | 8:15am Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/JH Room/Online

 

Sunday, December 20th | 11:00am Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/JH Room/Online

 

December 13 | In-Person Tickets

Sunday Service Update

As a measured response to the seasonal inclement weather conditions that would prohibit our regular gatherings, we are scheduled to move our corporate in-person worship services indoors from 12/13/2020 – 2/28/2021. In addition to our indoor worship services, we will provide on-campus simulcast at our outdoor meeting space and indoor overflow room. The room capacities (including restrooms) will be calculated to accommodate for social distancing guidelines. We will continue to stream our Main Service and other online content for those at home.

Updated Campus Expectations

For all individuals visiting our campus, our campus expectations will remain in effect through the seasonal indoor gatherings. This includes pre-visit health check, masks and social distancing. Our Campus expectations will be visibly marked around our campus as well as all entrances.

All meeting rooms and corporate gatherings will be equipped with hand sanitizer and related cleaning supplies to promote health standard guidelines. Ingress and egress pathways will be visibly marked. The Worship Center and campus meeting spaces will be cleaned/sanitized between meeting times. With the exception of the corporate gatherings on Sunday, regular weekend and weekday campus ministries will be on hiatus from 12/13 – 1/10. Upon return, all regularly scheduled ministry meetings will have room assignments accordingly.

For more information on our campus expectations click the link below.
Grace Baptist Campus Expectations

Important information regarding reserving tickets.

Please only reserve the number tickets you will use so we can accommodate as many as possible. The Worship Center capacity will be limited to allow for proper physical distancing. Once the room capacity is reached we will open an overflow room providing a live-stream of the service. Please print the email with your tickets or be prepared to show them on your mobile device

Sunday, December 13 | 8:15am Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/JH Room/Online

 

Sunday, December 13 | 11:00am Service Tickets

Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/JH Room/Online

 

 

Update Regarding Seasonal Inclement Weather Conditions

December 3, 2020


Congregational Letter

From Pastor David

 

Dear Grace Baptist Church Family,

Throughout this year of COVID-19 regulations and restrictions, we have labored diligently to both honor our governing authorities and still maintain the essential church ministries commanded in the Bible.

We hold the Bible to be the very Word of God and our only inerrant, infallible source of truth. Consequently, the Bible is our final authority and we will obey God’s revealed will and commands as our highest priority.

In Hebrews 10:23-25 we are commanded as a church to hold fast to our confession without wavering because Jesus Christ, the object of our hope is faithful; to be diligent and active in encouraging one another to love and good works; and to meet together regularly in order to resist wavering while building up one another. We continually thank the Lord for the amphitheater which has made such ministry possible.

But, with the onset of winter and the unpredictable weather conditions of cold temperatures, wind and rain, we have prayerfully concluded that we must shepherd our people wisely and not subject them to adverse meeting conditions. As a result, we will begin indoor services on December 13. As spring arrives and weather conditions improve, we will consider the propriety of moving our services back outside should governing regulations still require it. 

You may ask why we are not simply going back to online services as the weather changes. It is true that during the initial months of COVID-19 we made good use of streamed services. Yet, over time we have learned through our experiences and those of so many others, that the essential nature of the gathering commanded in the New Testament cannot be facilitated through streaming technology. In the same way that zooming a remote family dinner cannot compare to the in-person experience of mutual encouragement and joy around the table, so also the gathering of the Body of Christ necessitates a level of personal proximity, mutual interaction and warm familial fellowship. We will, however, continue to provide the remote online service for those unable to attend our in-person services, as well as provide an outdoor venue for those who prefer it.

Our decision to hold indoor services is based entirely on our responsibility as leaders to care well for our people and to encourage obedience to God’s Word. We are not protesting the regulations imposed on us by our governing authorities or making a statement on the political or scientific issues surrounding COVID-19. We seek to honor the governing authorities with a respectful attitude while worshipping the Lord Jesus Christ who calls us to gather as his church, the Body of Christ.

We understand that the governing authorities may find our decision to be problematic and ask us to cease our indoor services. If this becomes a reality, we will respectfully and humbly state that our commitment is to the commands and stipulations of God’s Word and will continue providing in-door services. We are not drawing a line in the sand but are merely seeking to adapt to changing circumstances which call for us to care well for our church family.

As leaders we have not made this decision quickly or easily. Much careful thought and diligent prayer has gone into it. As Elders we recognize our responsibility to care for both the physical and spiritual health of our church family as they gather. We believe it is important not to place additional burdens on our people by asking them to endure adverse weather conditions if we can provide a safe alternative.

Lastly, as Elders we confess that it has been a challenging learning experience. None of us have ever lived through a pandemic. We have prayerfully searched Scripture and attempted at every stage to honor God’s commandments and stipulations. Along the way, we have engaged in robust dialogue among ourselves, sought expert advice from other church leaders and theologians, and fallen on our faces before the Lord begging for wisdom in leading those allotted to our charge. We understand how our actions and decisions have impacted the lives of those we love and have done our best to lead well all the while knowing that we, like you, find this season confusing, intractable, frustrating and often overwhelming.

Just know we are trying our best to lead well through this season of COVID-19. We appreciate your prayers on our behalf, that we may be sensitive to the needs of our people and have the courage to honor Christ and his Word above all.

For the Elder Team,

David W. Hegg


Sunday Service Update

As a measured response to the seasonal inclement weather conditions that would prohibit our regular gatherings, we are scheduled to move our corporate in-person worship services indoors from 12/13/2020 – 2/28/2021. In addition to our indoor worship services, we will provide on-campus simulcast at our outdoor meeting space and indoor overflow room. The room capacities (including restrooms) will be calculated to accommodate for social distancing guidelines. We will continue to stream our Main Service and other online content for those at home.

Updated Campus Expectations

For all individuals visiting our campus, our campus expectations will remain in effect through the seasonal indoor gatherings. This includes pre-visit health check, masks and social distancing. Our Campus expectations will be visibly marked around our campus as well as all entrances.

All meeting rooms and corporate gatherings will be equipped with hand sanitizer and related cleaning supplies to promote health standard guidelines. Ingress and egress pathways will be visibly marked. The Worship Center and campus meeting spaces will be cleaned/sanitized between meeting times. With the exception of the corporate gatherings on Sunday, regular weekend and weekday campus ministries will be on hiatus from 12/13 – 1/10. Upon return, all regularly scheduled ministry meetings will have room assignments accordingly.

For more information on our campus expectations click the link below.
Grace Baptist Campus Expectations


Seasonal Service Times | Starting 12/13/2020

Main Service • 8:15am – 9:30am • Worship Center
Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/JH Room/Online

Main Service • 11am – 12:15pm • Worship Center
Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/JH Room/Online

Equipping Hour Addition | Starting 01/10/2021

Equipping Hour • 9:45am – 10:45am • Classrooms
ABF Meeting Rooms Available & Camp Grace Kids


Christmas Eve Service Times

Thursday, December 24 • 4:30pm • Worship Center
Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/JH Room/Online

Thursday, December 24 • 7:00pm • Worship Center
Simulcast: Outdoor Patio/JH Room/Online

Tickets available starting Tuesday, December 8 at gracebaptist.org/christmas.


 

In- Person Amphitheater Tickets

Please only reserve the number tickets you will use so we can accommodate as many as possible!

Click below for important info and tickets.
Grace Baptist Campus Expectations

Please print the email with your tickets or be prepared to show them on your mobile device.

 

Sunday, December 6 | 9:00am Service Tickets | Amphitheater

 

Sunday, December 6 | 10:45am Service Tickets | Amphitheater

 

Sunday, December 6 | 10:45am | Camp Grace Kids



ONLINE Recorded Sunday Services post at 11:00am
and Grace Kids Live posts at 10:15am. Go HERE.

 

CELEBRATION SUNDAY!
Grace Family, THIS weekend, November 22 is Celebration Sunday!
If you are a member and not attending in-person services, please take the time to vote on the proposed 2021 Budget, as well as affirm our two Elder candidates. Go HERE
To prepare, review the elder bios HERE.  To recieve a copy of the proposed 2021 Budget and the 2019 Audited Financial Statement, email:  accounting@gracebaptist.org

 





Gathering Update - September 9, 2020

Click HERE to watch an update from Pastor David.

 


 

INFORMATION as of June 22, 2020

Join us this weekend for in-person services in the Amphitheater!

In the most recent protocol, Los Angeles County has increased the outdoor capacity for gathering with no size limitation, as long as social distancing is maintained. In line with this exciting news, Grace is doing three services in the Amphitheater: Thursday at 6:30pm and Sunday at 8:30am and 10:00am. Tickets will be required for each service. Please visit the link below for expectations before visiting the Grace Campus.
 



May 11th Statement

Dear Grace Baptist Family, 

We feel it too. The restrictions on our lives, and especially our worship have grown old and we all long to have things the way they used to be. We’re with you. But it is important in this crazy season that we bind ourselves to the instructions of the Apostle Paul when he encouraged the Philippians to “let your manner of life be worthy of the gospel of Christ …” (Philippians 1:27) 

Christ’s call on our lives, no matter our circumstance, is to be conspicuous as those whose allegiance is first to Christ and Scripture. 

At this point, that means honoring the regulations our governmental officials have put in place. Do we agree with these regulations? I’m sure we’re all conflicted, and there certainly are varying degrees of understanding what Paul meant in Romans 13 when he called for Christ-followers to “be subject to the governing authorities.” 

And how do we do that? How do we as Christ-followers “walk worthy of the gospel” in this unique season? How do we live “subject to the governing authorities” as Christ-followers? 

Some are suggesting that Moses, Gideon and the other Judges, and even Paul himself rebelled against unjust governments, and that we should as well. But, if we study the biblical record we find that Moses was directed in his course of action by God himself, personally and directly, as were the Judges who were obedient to God – their only King! – and empowered by him to protect Israel and deliver them from idolatry. In Paul’s case, his defiance of governmental orders was in line with that of Peter and other Apostles in this way: They only went against governmental regulations and orders when to obey them directly contravened God’s commands. 

We can assure you, if our government demanded that we not preach the gospel (as Jerusalem’s officials did in Peter’s case) we would gladly stand with the Apostle and state “we must obey God rather than men.” But what we are enduring now is not religious persecution. The regulations pertain to every segment of society, not just religious organizations. 

So, what do we do? Most importantly, we remember that we represent Jesus Christ. We are his ambassadors. We follow the instructions he gave in Mark 12:13-17: “Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.” 

Jesus meant God alone should command our ultimate allegiance. And while some will try to take advantage of this COVID-19 season for political or economic advantage, we must see it as a unique opportunity to testify to the presence of Christ in our lives through the way we think, act, and speak. 

So, how do we act when we disagree with our governmental officials? First, we remember to be honoring and respectful in our demeanor, truthful in our assertions, and self-controlled at all times. We also remember that our Christian witness is not disconnected from our earthly citizenship. How we protest reveals that our true citizenship is not of this world. 

Second, remember the unbelievers watching us feel the same squeeze we do, but without the hope and assurance of Christ. So while Christ-followers are not called to hide or ignore our frustrations and have every right to speak in the public square, we also have a transcendent identity. We serve our King Jesus, and his reputation must always come first. 

Third, it would be tragic if our witness during this season were more characterized by frustration and anger than by the love, life, and hope of Christ. It would be a significant lost opportunity if those around us who are searching for answers and hope would fail to see in us the joy of our eternal home and the rest and refuge we find in our Sovereign God. 

Fourthly, as we go forward as a covenantal group of Christ-followers, let us not allow COVID-19 to divide us. All around us the unbelieving world is taking sides, excoriating officials, demeaning those who hold opposing opinions, and generally flinging out their exasperation and anger childishly. But that cannot be us. Let us be the people of God, the Body of Christ, whose minds and tongues and keyboards are being sanctified, useful to the Master and engaged in good works. 

Lastly, as leaders of Grace Baptist Church we want you to know we are working tirelessly to present and promote worship and learning opportunities that God the Spirit can use during this challenging time. We are with you in longing for the day we can be together again. Also, we are in touch with our state and national officials on an almost daily basis, asking questions, getting guidelines, and receiving information that will help us plan the future and be ready to take full advantage each time the regulations are relaxed. 

It is obvious that our great enemy Satan is intent on using this season to break down our unity as brothers and sisters in Christ. Don’t fall for it! Rather, take drastic measures to “run the race before you, looking to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith” (Heb. 12:2). 

Grace to You, 

Your Preaching Team 
David W. Hegg,  Aaron Miller, Jared Burkholder

If you or someone you know is in need of assistance, please do not hesitate to send an email to info@gracebaptist.org

Stay connected - Face Book and Instagram


 

July 1

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A FEW THINGS TO REMEMBER AS WE RETURN

 

GRACE KIDS

Bible Passage: 1 Samuel 16; Psalm 51
Memory Verse: Psalm 16:11a You make known to me the path of life; in your presence there is fullness of joy…

Review: Last weekend, we looked at the life of Joseph! After so many bad things happened to him, He still trusted God and had faith! He even chose to forgive his brothers because he knew that God used their evil for good!
Word of the Week: Forgive: Choosing love over anger towards someone when they’ve hurt you.

Crafts & Coloring pages: 
# 1 | # 2 | # 3
| # 4

Follow our Facebook Page for more daily content!

STUDENTS

Wednesdays at 11am we’re continuing our Summer Challenge series live streaming with Ricky and Christian via Zoom with James Richardson and a very special guest! You won’t want to miss this! They will be going through a devotional in Romans and unpacking Righteousness Rejected and Vindicated.

Stay connected on Instagram through funny videos and updates. Weekly details will be on Spot eNews.
 


SHARE HOW GOD IS WORKING

We'd love to know how God is using you or these circumstances to shape lives and magnify His glory. If something comes to your mind, please take a moment and send an email to Grace.

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June 29th

If you didn't catch this week's service streams, hop to this page and see what you missed


DEVOTIONAL

 

ENGAGE IDEA

Encourage your kids and students to reach out to others their age in our church. It’s not just adults who are feeling isolated and your kids can bless another family with their intentionality and thoughtfulness.

CARE FOR OUR LAW ENFORCEMENT BROTHER & SISTERS

As you know many of our brothers and sisters in the Grace Family serve our county and cities as Law Enforcement. To those brothers and sisters. We want you to know we recognize your service and at times the stress and strain that can have on your families. Your pastors and Grace Family love you, we’re praying for you and we’d like to know how to serve you better. Would you take the time to connect with us through a few simple questions HERE. We look forward to serving and supporting your families.


SHARE HOW GOD IS WORKING

We'd love to know how God is using you or these circumstances to shape lives and magnify His glory. If something comes to your mind, please take a moment and send an email to Grace.

ABOUT GRACE

CONTACT GRACE

SUBSCRIBE TO eNEWS

 

June 26th

If you didn't catch this week's service streams, hop to this page and see what you missed


DEVOTIONAL

 

CARE FOR OUR LAW ENFORCEMENT BROTHER & SISTERS

As you know many of our brothers and sisters in the Grace Family serve our county and cities as Law Enforcement. To those brothers and sisters. We want you to know we recognize your service and at times the stress and strain that can have on your families. Your pastors and Grace Family love you, we’re praying for you and we’d like to know how to serve you better. Would you take the time to connect with us through a few simple questions HERE. We look forward to serving and supporting your families.

REACH OPPORTUNITY

It’s possible to get stuck in our neighboring. If you have experienced a surge of connection with our neighbors, now we need to ask, what’s next? Prayerfully consider how you can take the next step of faithfulness with your neighbors. Maybe it’s a meal out in the driveway together. Maybe it’s asking for prayer requests. Maybe it’s studying a book alongside one another. Don’t waste this opportunity to deepen your connection with those around you. And, for those who have yet to take the first step in neighboring, we encourage you to reach out this week!


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June 24th

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A FEW THINGS TO REMEMBER AS WE RETURN

 

REACH OPPORTUNITY

Write notes to your immediate neighbors and deliver them a socially-distanced word of encouragement or Scripture passage. Be sure to include your contact info in case they want to follow-up!

 

GRACE KIDS

Bible Passage: Genesis 50:15-21
Memory Verse: Ephesians 4:32 “Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you.”

Review: Last weekend, we learned about Abram and Sarai! God made promises to them and even though they disbelieved sometimes, God grew them in their faith. God did in fact keep His promises, which makes us trust Him even more!

Word of the Week - Promise: Staying truthful to what we say and do.

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Wednesdays at 11am, we will be continuing our Summer Challenge series via live streaming with Ricky and Christian on Zoom! They will be going through a devotional in Romans and will be unpacking “God’s Grace Reigns Through Righteousness.” Sign up for the Spot News to receive the zoom link. We hope you’ll join us!

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June 22nd

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DEVOTIONAL

 

CARE FOR OUR LAW ENFORCEMENT BROTHER & SISTERS

As you know many of our brothers and sisters in the Grace Family serve our county and cities as Law Enforcement. To those brothers and sisters. We want you to know we recognize your service and at times the stress and strain that can have on your families. Your pastors and Grace Family love you, we’re praying for you and we’d like to know how to serve you better. Would you take the time to connect with us through a few simple questions HERE. We look forward to serving and supporting your families.

ENGAGE IDEA

Be intentional to reach out to those in your ministry sphere. Let’s commit to a weekly text, email, or phone call to stay connected, encourage one another, and provide practical help during this time.


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June 19th

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DEVOTIONAL

 

ENGAGE IDEA

Don’t forget about the senior saints at our church, many of whom are more vulnerable and isolated during this time. “Adopt” one of them and seek to bless them with encouragement and friendship.
 


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June 17th

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DEVOTIONAL

 

GRACE KIDS

Bible Passage: Genesis 15:1-6   Genesis 16:1-16   Genesis 17:1-8, 15-21  Genesis. 21:1-7  
Memory Verse: Romans 4:20 “No unbelief made him waver concerning the promise of God, but he grew strong in his faith as he gave glory to God”

Review and Application: Last weekend, we learned about the tragic incident with Cain and Abel and even though sin is taking over the World, God is still in control and we can have faith and worship like Abel!

Word of the Week - Faith - To Trust and Obey

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Wednesdays at 11am we will be continuing our Summer Challenge series via live stream with Ricky and Christian on Zoom! They will be going through a devotional in Romans and unpacking God’s Righteousness for Our Justification. Sign up for the Spot News. to receive the Zoom link. We hope you join us!

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June 15th

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DEVOTIONAL

ENGAGE IDEA

Do a drive-by visit for someone in our church. Jump in the car, shoot them a text, and encourage them from their sidewalk or drive-way. Seeing people you love means a lot right now!


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June 12th

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DEVOTIONAL

HELPFUL READING or VIEWING

New Troubles are Met with New Mercies. By, J.D. Greear

GRACE KIDS

Bible Passage: Genesis 4:1-26
Memory Verse: Hebrews 11:4a “By faith Abel offered to God a more acceptable sacrifice than Cain, through which he was commended as righteous,...”

Review: Last weekend, we saw that even though Adam and Eve sinned, God had a plan to redeem them! He promised them a “He” would crush evil for good

Word of the Week
Good -Anything that glorifies God and reminds us of Him.
Evil -Anything that glorifies ourselves and forgets God.​​​

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Starting this week on Wednesdays at 11am we will have our Summer Challenge series live streaming with Ricky and Christian via Zoom! They will be going through a devotional in Romans and unpacking the Righteousness of God for Jew & Gentile.

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June 8th

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DEVOTIONAL

 

REACH OPPORUTNITY

Seek out the older people in your neighborhood—see if they need tech help, assistance with groceries, or just a friendly face during this time. Care for their soul and point them to Christ, all from at least 6 feet away!


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June 5th

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DEVOTIONAL

 

REACH REMINDER

Towards the church and the lost, let’s believe and cling to what Paul calls us to in Titus 3To speak evil of no one, to avoid quarrelling, to be gentle, and to show perfect courtesy toward all people. Because, the goodness and loving kindness of God our Savior appeared…so that being justified by His grace we might become heirs according to the hope of eternal life. And our calling is, that those who have believed in God may be careful to devote themselves to good works.


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June 3rd

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DEVOTIONAL

 

GRACE KIDS

Bible Passage: Genesis -1-3
Memory Verse: Genesis 2:16-17 And the LORD God commanded the man, saying, “You may surely eat of every tree of the garden, but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat of it you shall surely die.”

Review and Application: Last weekend, we learned what it truly means to stand firm, making sure we stand for and love God's truths while fighting against sin!

Word of the Week - Steadfast: Believing in God's truths without being moved!

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We hope you're enjoying the start of your summer break! Stay tuned for details about Summer at Grace events.

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June 1st

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ENGAGE IDEA

Invite someone from the Grace family to join you in committed prayer during this season. 

GBC STAFF ROUDTABLE

Check out a conversation with a few of our pastors sharing their experiences and reflections in quarantine life. 

 


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