FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What to Expect
Your first visit to Grace Baptist will be refreshing, friendly, and enjoyable. You will experience inspiring music, helpful teaching and preaching, friendly people, and a place where you feel welcome and at home! Here are a few answers to your questions and what you might expect on your first visit.
Where do I go when I arrive?
When you first arrive, our Connection Team will help you find your way to the Worship Center for one of our two services, or to a Connection Class where you can meet other people. You can also drop your kids off at their safe classroom.
Do you have Teen classes?
Yes, there are several teen classes at 11:15am in the Teen Center every Sunday. We have two other times where Teens can have a blast meeting other friends and learning about Jesus. Explore the many opportunities for your teenager throughout the year.
Where do my kids go?
After meeting one of our hospitality greeters, you can check in at the Nursery or your child's age-specific classroom. We have security measures in place that will help you know your children are safe while you enjoy the class/service you attend.
How can I connect?
To really experience Grace, you need to check out a Connection Class at 10:15am on Sundays. These groups are smaller environments where you can meet others in your age group and hear a teaching lesson more applicable to your life-stage. You can also enjoy monthly activities as a class.
What should I wear?
There is not a dress code at Grace Baptist Church for members or guests. Our ministry leaders and many of our church family dress in more traditional “Sunday” dress or casual; however, our main goal is that you would feel welcome and comfortable on your visit here at Grace Baptist!
Am I expected to give money?
No. We don't invite you to Grace Baptist Church for your money. We want our service to be a gift to you. We hope you will find in this place a warm family spirit, truth from God's Word, and a place where you can grow in God's grace. Please don't feel any obligation to participate in the offering as a guest.