Genesis: Trusting the Goodness of God

In this series we review the final section of Genesis - the story of the life of Joseph. Throughout the story, we will see God's hand at work in the midst of suffering and trials in order to produce holiness and redemption.

Fully Devoted Followers

How can we receive the grace of God day by day? By being devoted to prayer, the gospel, the Bible, giving, the church, and community a Christian can experience life transformation bought by the faith and love found in Christ Jesus.

Hark! Christmas According to the Angels

We celebrate the month of Advent by studying the announcements made by the angels in the moments leading up to Jesus' birth. It is primarily through the angels that God's people heard the good news and significance of the coming Messiah.

Genesis: Seeking True Blessing

We now look at the life of Jacob, a man whom God blessed and birthed the nation of Israel out of. 

Love Your Enemies

It's easy to love people that you like, it's harder to love your enemies. God loved us when we were his enemies. How can this truth empower us to extend love to others?

Conversations with Jesus

How do we ignite spiritual conversations? Let's take a look at how Jesus spoke with people, answered their questions, and brought them and others to faith.

Genesis: A Journey of Faith

A look into the life of Abraham and his journey of faith. We will see God's promises to Abraham and discover how Jesus is the fulfillment to all those promises; providing blessings for all those who place their faith in Christ.

Growing in Grace

We want to start off the new year reminding ourselves of some spiritual practices that are a means of receiving God's grace - prayer, Bible, membership, and community.

Christmas Lights

Why do we love Christmas lights so much? The Bible says that God is light, and in him there is no darkness at all. This Christmas at Grace we want to explore the truths of the light of God. And the light of Christmas. 

Genesis: The Beginning of the Gospel

Every major theme of the Bible can be traced back to Genesis. What we know about God, ourselves, creation, relationships, sin, judgment, grace, salvation—it all begins here. As one theologian put it, “It provides the theological pillars on which the rest of the Bible stands.” (Kent Hughes)

Gospel Centered Church

Everything we do is centered on the gospel. Our five-week series will remind us of our church's central mission and our vision for gospel centered worship, community, disciple making, and service. 

Love Where You Live

Whether you enjoy living in this area, or you can't wait to get out, God has you here for a reason. Join us as we learn what it means to evangelize, neighbor, and love those in our communities.

Living in Joy

True joy is not based on circumstances. The key to lasting contentment is found through a relationship with Jesus Christ. This is the divine perspective Paul wanted to communicate in his letter to the Philippians.

The Gospel of Mark

The Gospel of Mark is a fast-paced account of the life of Jesus. Our goal is to study these accounts and really begin to know Jesus more and more, What was he like? What did he say? How did our Creator spend his time here on Earth?

Who We Are

We will be looking at several core values of our church: prayer, church diversity, church membership, stewardship, sharing the gospel and making disciples.

Thrill of Hope

Christmas is about waiting. Waiting with hope! We celebrate the faithfulness and goodness of God and are reminded that He will always come through on his promises.


We will learn that wisdom is not just catchy sayings or good words to live by, but rather, wisdom is the person of Jesus Christ. How do we grow in wisdom?


God has reconciled us to himself through the power of the cross. How do we live as ambassadors of Christ? How do we show love to our community despite differences in social status, race, age, beliefs, etc.?


We want 2017 to be a year of boldness for our church. As we begin the new year, we will be learning how to be bold in our prayers, our stewardship, and in our lives.

What Child is This?

God became a human. And amazingly, he did it in a way no one expected—he came as a baby. We will journey through the Old and New Testaments to see God's promise and plan to save the world through a child born in a manger.

The Gospel & Church Conflict

In every family there will be conflict. Even our spiritual one. We study what God says about church discipline and his steps for relational restoration when a brother or sister has sinned against you.

Questioning Christianity

This series is for seekers, skeptics and those simply exploring Christianity. It is also for believers who want to grow in their understanding of Christianity and equip them to share this knowledge with others.

Difference Maker

Even tiny seeds can make a big difference. How are we called as Christians to impact our families, our communities, our country, and our world?


The book of Jonah is much more than just a story about a whale. In this study we learn that it is not our pursuit of God, but God's relentless pursuit of us that is important.

Taking Office

An Easter series that will explore the four offices that Jesus holds - Prophet, Messiah, Priest, and King. And how those roles apply to those who have Christ living in them.


A look through the Psalms to see how Christians should deal with suffering. C.S. Lewis said, “We can ignore even pleasure. But pain insists upon being attended to. God whispers to us in our pleasures, speaks in our conscience, but shouts in our pains: it is his megaphone to rouse a deaf world.”


In this Christmas series as we celebrate the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ starting with anticipation and culminating with celebration.


Learn God's purpose for marriage, relationship conflicts and resolution, the roles of husbands and wives, the gift of singleness, and why marriage is a wonderful picture of the gospel that God has given us..

The Extra Ordinary Church

What makes a church ordinary? What makes a church extraordinary? Why do we do what we do at church each week? Join us as we explore together some of the ordinary things a church does and what makes these ordinary things extraordinary.

Deep and Wide

This series points out the need for meaningful, consistent prayer in a believer's life. How is your prayer life?

Raised to Life

In this series we look at our union with Christ and the identity we now have through him. What does it mean to be buried and risen with Christ and how does that apply to our lives now?.

Life Together

God didn't create us to be lone wolves. We were made to image a relational God and to live in community with others.