What to Expect
Visiting a new place can be overwhelming, but we’re here to help. Whether you’re exploring your faith for the first time or are a church-going regular, we can’t wait to meet you.
So, if you decided to visit Grace Bible Church this Sunday morning, what would that look like? Where would you park? What would you wear? Here’s a few details to help ease you through those unsure moments.
During the service you’ll find a variety of different styles of music, hear the occasional joke, and maybe even see a fun experiment or demonstration. The service typically lasts about an hour or so, and you’ll head out feeling energized, challenged, and inspired. You’ll always hear from God’s Word about how He is present in our everyday lives. We hope you’ll sing along, laugh at the jokes, and learn something that encourages you in your walk with the Lord for the rest of the week
We are located on the south edge of Washington, so just when you think you’re about out of town, you’ll find us there. Our main parking lot is off of Guth Road. Park anywhere you like, and head in through the double doors under the canopy. Someone will be there to say hello and make sure you know where you’re headed.
If you join us for Worship at 10:30 head upstairs to join us in the sanctuary. Sunday School begins at 9:00am in the fellowship hall and everyone is welcome to attend. If you arrive between 9:45 and 10:30am, you’ll find most of us gathered downstairs in the Fellowship Hall visiting and enjoying donuts and coffee. If you come right at Worship service time, head upstairs to find everyone in the sanctuary.
One of the things that makes our church special is the wide variety of ages that worship together. If you have children three and under they can go with you to the service, or be dropped off in the nursery. Kids three through third grade will start in the main service with everyone else, and then can go to Children’s Church when the sermon message starts.
What should I wear? We want you to feel at ease when you come to GBC. Wear what makes you comfortable, and you’ll undoubtedly find someone dressed fairly similarly.