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."

Our Values

Our Values Statement essentially defines who we are, how we respond to our calling and what we value in our congregation and its members.

Our Values

Mark Your Calendar:

Thursday, November 26th
 Friday, November 27th

Monday, November 30
5:30 pm Liberation Family Services
Sunday, December 6

12:15 pm Mission Market/Luncheon
4:00 pm Service for Comfort & Healing






What's Happenin'@Grace:

 Worship with us:

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

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.

Online Giving

Advent Writings 2015


If you were unable to join us on Pledge Sunday,
you may submit your pledge online by going to:




On Sunday, November 1, we celebrated All Saints' Day.  It is a day in the life of the church where we remember those who have gone before us.  It is a moment in the Christian year for us to think and reflect on the cloud of witnesses who have accompanied us along the journey.   All Saints' Day is also a time for us to celebrate what is yet to come.  We stand in the midst of God's promise of life eternal for all the saints and for the rest of us.   So between now and when life eternal comes for you and me, this Sunday we will claim God's promise of life and love, hope and joy, wonder and peace for all. And perhaps in our remembering the saints and claiming the promises of God this Sunday, we might be more aware of how the glimmers of these promises show up in our lives even in the here and now.  

This year candles were lit on the altar and in the sanctuary to honor the memory of the saints in our lives.