We are so glad you have visited our website and thankful for your interest in our church.  Our church is committed to encouraging people to pursue a life-long relationship with Jesus.  We believe that sound Bible teaching, Christ-centered worship and prayer, as well as fellowship with other believers are essential part of that relationship.  If you live close by or visiting, we would love to invite you to worship with us any time that you are able

-Dr. Jon Jacobs

Sunday Morning Service Times

Sunday School - 9:15 am (coffee is served at 9:00 am)

Worship Service - 10:30 am

Sunday Mornings at 9:15-10am

Adult Continuing Education

“The Reason for God” - By Tim Keller with supplemental study in Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis.  Led by Dr. Andre Schoeffler in the Fellowship Hall

“The Gospel According to Jesus” - By John MacArthur with supplemental study in So Great a Salvation by Charles Ryrie.  Led by Jerry Pedine in Classroom A

“The Distinctives of Grace"When you come to worship at Grace on a Sunday morning, you step into far more than a mere church building. You step into a church which finds itself a part of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) which is itself situated in a long history of doctrine, of principles, of a host of saints long past who developed and fought for what we have termed “The Reformed Faith.” If you are new to Grace, to the PCA, or to the Reformed faith in general, we invite you to attend our upcoming “Distinctives of Grace” class starting February 5. This class is designed as an introduction to what makes Grace, Grace. We will look at many of the theological principles guiding Grace as well as its relationship to the PCA and Reformed theology in general.  Led by Christian Brewer in Classroom B. 


ReformerZ Sunday School

“Reformed Basics” - An online study in which students are taught the basics of the Reformed faith beginning with God's sovereignty and man's responsibility, God's covenant and covenant people, eschatology and the life of the believer. Led by Samuel Trull and Jacob Wallace.


Grace Kids and Nursery

- Grace Kids (3-11 years). Generations of Grace curriculum is used. Students memorize catechism questions which introduce them to the doctrines of the faith. Classroom D

- Nursery (3-36 months). Childcare provided in the infant nursery. Classroom D

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  • Starting Sunday April 2 (Palm Sunday), we will begin to study the book "Knowing Sin by Mark Jones. This will be a combined class in the Fellowship Hall starting at 9:15am and will taught by Jerry Pedine, Andre Schoeffler and Christian Brewer. 

    John Calvin writes that to know God more, we must know our sin more as well - "“Our wisdom, in so far as it ought to be deemed true and solid Wisdom, consists almost entirely of two parts: the knowledge of God and of ourselves… Thus, our feeling of ignorance, vanity, want, weakness, in short, depravity and corruption, reminds us, that in the Lord, and none but He, dwell the true light of wisdom, solid virtue, exuberant goodness. We are accordingly urged by our own evil things to consider the good things of God; and, indeed, we cannot aspire to Him in earnest until we have begun to be displeased with ourselves.”
    Calvin, Institutes, I:1, 37-38.

    In Knowing SinJones dives into the study of sin (what theologians call “hamartiology”) using Puritan wisdom to shed light on the subject. Jones calls us to "lay sin bare in all its ugliness." You will be convicted,  you will be challenged, and you will desire to love your sin-bearing Savior even more.