New life in Christ results in renewed relationships. One of the most important expressions of this new life is found in the church. Here, people from all walks of life should find genuine friendship, grace, love, and truth. Here at Free Grace Church, our gatherings and fellowship times with one another reflect our values for Christ-honoring community and give us opportunities to show love and speak truth to one another.
To build community, we gather for worship and fellowship every week. This is a daily recalibration of our souls around the word of God and the Lord’s supper. The church should be a place of humility and accountability, of boldness with the truth, and gentleness with broken people. The church is a family, and we’d love it if you’d join ours, every Sunday morning at 10 AM.
Join us every *Sunday at 9 AM before the worship service for a time of community prayer.
*Except the last Sunday of the month, as we have our church potluck.
Every Friday morning at 6 AM, men of all ages and from all different walks of life are welcome to join us in gathering to study theology, and encourage one another in prayer.
New to FGC? We’d love to have the opportunity to hear your story, and share ours. Learn about the next step and how you can become further involved in our church and serving the local community. Join us for Pastor’s Coffee on the first Sunday of every month after the worship service.
Partner with FGC and the Gospel Coalition through a time of prayer. Join us for Pastor’s Prayer at 11:45 AM at our building every other Wednesday.
Throughout history, Christians have used meals as a way to gather and build community. The ordinary act of eating together becomes sacred as we pray and grow in our relationship as a family. Join us with a dish to share on the last Sunday of every month for a potluck after the service.
Discipleship Groups are the best way to get plugged into God's family here at FGC. Each week as we gather in our discipleship groups (D-Groups for short), we share a meal, study the Bible, share burdens, and pray for one another. The kind of fellowship described in the New Testament requires more than meeting once a month, or even once a week.
*Contact us for further information about Discipleship Groups and how you can get plugged in.