We know that going to a new place and meeting new people can sometimes be daunting. It isn't easy taking that first step of walking through the door especially if it means being uncomfortable or feeling awkward. At one time or another we have all been in that position. The good news is that in the church community it doesn't have to remain that way. At Grace Bible Fellowship we are a family. We strive to demonstrate love, care and concern for one another because of the grace and love our Savior has shown us. As a family, we are not a closed family, but we are always looking for others to invite into the fold and shower with love. We also are not a perfect family, after all no family is, but we have the hope that we are building one another up in love so that we are made more and more like our Savior, Jesus Christ.
Don't worry we've got you taken care of. Whether it is caring for your children in the nursery, teaching your kids in Sunday School or Children's Church, or providing a welcoming atmosphere where you can focus on the Lord and worship Him as you sing and study His Word. Maybe you are just curious about the church; that's OK too! Our greeters are here and happy to help you find what you need and where you need to go.
We do not pretend to be a perfect church. That means you find a variety of people at Grace Bible Fellowship from a variety of backgrounds at various points in their life. You do not have to dress a certain way or speak a certain lingo. We are people who share a common love, our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Our concern is for people's hearts, that you see the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ and that you leave with a greater understanding of God, both in who He is and what He has done. You will find that we sing songs (both old and new) that are founded upon the truth of the Bible and that the sermons are Bible-based, expository, Christ-centered, and relevant as we desire for God's Word and the Holy Spirit to transform our lives. We realize that our lives are completely dependent on God and so we pray heartfelt prayers for God's will to be done in our lives, our church, and in the world.