Our Purpose

The purpose of Grace Baptist Church is to exemplify the presence of God as a diverse and authentically Christ-like family who worship, learn and grow in a genuine faith, care for one another, and responsibly go about God's loving work in our world."



               Worship with us:

9:45 am: Sunday School for all ages
11:00 am: Worship (Communion first Sundays of each month)
5:30 pm: Christian Spirituality Group (2nd & 4th Sundays)


Mark Your Calendar:

Monday, April 21
Staff Holiday; Church Office closed
April 25-26
Staff Retreat, Richmond Hill
April 25-27
Adult Spring Retreat, Lost River, WV
Saturday, May 3
Fun at the Farm Day for Children and Youth and Families, Crawford Farm,
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Saturday, May 10
Church-wide Spring Cleanup Day, 8:00 am – 12:00 noon
(Please bring yard tools and gloves.)

What's Happenin'@Grace:

Bible Brunch Buddies
Wednesdays, Noon @ 1:00 pm
Fellowship Hall
(Bring a snack and a friend.)
Study of the Minor Prophets
led by Gary Dalton


Grace Baptist Church is pleased to announce an electronic option for making regular offerings. Contributions can now be debited automatically from your checking or savings account or processed using your debit card.

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MUSIC FROM GRACE CONCERT
Friday, May 9, 7:00 pm
 

Our next Music from Grace concert features Anne O’Byrne (soprano) and David Fisk (concert pianist).  Anne is an incredibly popular opera singer here in Richmond with an international career.  She also teaches at the Academy of Music.  David, her husband, is a concert pianist and the executive director of the Richmond Symphony.

Anne O'Byrne

  

Irish Soprano Anne O’Byrne trained in Ireland and England, before embarking on a career in opera and concert which has taken her around the world. She has worked with many of the leading opera companies in the UK and Ireland, and has recorded for Irish television and radio, the BBC and NPR.

 Since her move to the US in 2002, she has sung with Virginia Opera, the Richmond Symphony, many East Coast choral societies, and as a guest soloist at the Richmond Forum appearing with Robert Redford and Condoleezza Rice amongst others. Anne also teaches voice at the Academy of Music in Richmond. She continues to travel with recital and concerts, including Mozart’s C Minor Mass with the London Symphony Chorus.

 

 


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