Who we are
Grace Presbyterian Church is a member of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), a theologically reformed, evangelical denomination. Our church seeks to be Biblical in its doctrine and ministries. The PCA’s mission is to be: “Faithful to the Scriptures, true to the Reformed faith, and obedient to the Great Commission of Jesus Christ."
- We are evangelical. As our name indicates we are inflamed with the truth and power of the grace of God revealed in Jesus Christ. We believe that faith in Jesus Christ is the only hope of eternal salvation. We seek to be a biblically faithful and gospel-driven body of believers.
- We love the Bible. We are unashamedly committed to the Bible, believing the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament to be inerrant and infallible and our only rule for faith and practice.
- We are Confessional. We affirm the great truths of the historical orthodox Christian faith. Our officers affirm the theology of the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms as accurate summaries of the main teachings of the Bible.
- We are Presbyterian. Presbyterian defines our form of government. We are governed by elders according to the New Testament and are connected to other churches within our denomination.
- We delight in knowing God through the "ordinary means of grace". The faithful preaching and teaching of God’s Word, the sacraments and prayer are the principle ways God blesses His people through his church by the power of the Holy Spirit.
- We love to worship God. We gather each Sunday to actively participate in services that are regulated by the Word and which are full of the best songs of praise over the last two thousand years. Our church is committed to expository preaching as God delights to nourish us through his Word.
- We are passionate about the Great Commission. We share our faith through evangelism and missions, supporting many missionary families. We also participate and actively support a variety of ministries involved in local missions and gospel endeavor.
- We are a family. We are committed to one another. We believe in the biblical principle of the communion of the saints. As such we are deliberately not "program-driven" but intentionally seek to foster genuine community through Christian love, service and fellowship.