What are the service times? Worship services are held Sundays at 8 am and 9:30 am and typically last about one hour. Holy Communion is offered weekly at both services. Children are always welcome in worship. Nursery and Sunday school are offered during the 9:30 am service. Refreshments are served in the narthex (lobby) following each service; it’s a great way to meet people and learn more about Grace.
What should I wear? Our hope is that you feel welcome and comfortable at Grace. When you visit, please don’t worry about what you are wearing, just dress however you feel most comfortable.
Where can I park? There are two entrances to the church which you can access from either Broadway Road or Kenosha Street (Rt. 173). Parking is available at each entrance. There is additional parking near the Child Development Center entrance that can also be used.
Is the building handicapped accessible? The building is handicapped friendly with easy access to the church sanctuary from both entrances. If you need assistance, just let an usher know.
Where do my children go? There are people of all ages at Grace and little ones are always welcome at worship. There is a special children’s sermon with Pastor Andy at the Sunday worship services and activity bags for children are available in the narthex (lobby).
For parents who wish to have their younger children cared for during worship, there is a staffed nursery available for children ages 1 to 4 during the 9:30 am service. Children age 4 through 5th grade are invited to Sunday school following the Children’s sermon during the 9:30 am service.
What if I have questions on Sunday? If you need assistance during your visit, please ask an usher; they can point out restrooms, places to hang your coat, the nursery, Sunday school classrooms, or anything else you may need. Just ask!
What if I want to learn more about Grace? Please speak with Pastor Andy or fill out the Yellow Communication Card located in your worship folder if you have questions about Grace or wish to learn more about the congregation.