WE'RE GLAD YOU'RE HERE
Grace Church is a church of ordinary people who have been transformed by an extraordinary gospel—the fact that Jesus Christ died and was raised so that sinners could be reconciled to God. This is the good news we have a passion to proclaim, live, and share. We invite you to join us Sundays at 10:00 AM at our temporary outdoor meeting location at 10719 Price Road, Ijamsville, MD 21754.
Every Sunday we seek to remember and celebrate what is of first importance: Jesus, the Son of God, has come in the flesh to live a perfect life on our behalf, die a substitutionary death, and rise from the dead, so that we might be forgiven and reconciled to God. This gospel, or good news, is what we remind ourselves of as we sing, pray, read Scripture, give, hear God's Word preached, participate in the sacraments, and fellowship together.
During this time we all join together, young and old, to enjoy and receive all that we have in Jesus Christ our Savior.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
If you would like to learn more about Grace Church please consider attending our time of corporate worship on a Sunday or a small group. If there happens to be any other special events at your time of interest you're more than welcome to attend. If you would like to explore membership at Grace Church the best way to do that is to regularly attend on Sundays, visit a small group near you, and participate in our membership class.
NEW MEMBERS CLASS
Twice a year Grace Church offers a class for those interested in becoming members of the church. This class explores both what we believe and how we practically live out those beliefs. These classes occur on two consecutive weeknights where two lessons will be taught each night. Refreshments will be provided along with a Q & A time. Please call the church office for dates and times, and to sign-up.
Grace Church meets in an accessible facility. However, if you require wheelchair access, designated parking or seating, directions to our accessible restrooms, or additional assistance, please don't hesitate to ask us.