Frequently asked questions
Learn more about Grace Chapel
Sunday services are at 9:00a and 11:11a.
One reason we keep it 11:11am is because it sparks interest and conversation just like your question and it's unique so it sticks in people's minds.
But way beyond that, and certainly more important, the time 11:11am was a special time between Pastor Steve and his son, Josiah, who transitioned to Heaven on his 19th birthday due to a tragic car accident. It seemed fitting to honor his legacy in this way.
We'd love to celebrate your new life in Christ! Baptisms usually happen once a month in the Sanctuary. Some folks also like to be baptized in the river on the back side of the property.
If you'd like to be baptized, click here!
We have safe, Jesus-centered programming for kids birth-12th grade.
- GC Kids (birth-5th grade) is happening during both services, including Special Needs class. All volunteers are background checked for your safety. Find out more.
- Student programming happens during both services. Middle School (6th-8th) meets in the MSM Room (Room 206) and High School (9th-12th) meets in the Barn. Find out more.
On Wednesdays, our Student Ministry meets from 6:30-8:00p for worship and small groups. You can find out more about that at gracechapel.net/students.
Starting Easter Sunday, April 4th - Middle School will meet during both services in Room 206.
Starting Sunday, April 11 - High School will begin meeting during both services in the Barn.
We have a full service coffee bar in our Family Room (Entrance 3) with coffee and tea for purchase. We also offer simple drip coffee for free in the Fellowship Hall.
getting connected questions
Life Groups are the heartbeat of our church.
When you really start to pursue God and pursue relationship with others, fear becomes courage; shame becomes healing and transformation; blame becomes ownership, responsibility, dominion, transformation.
Find a group that's right for you.
We don't offer traditional Sunday School, but you can grow in your relationship with God and relationship with others through our Adult Equipping classes.
They're offered in the Fall, Winter, and Spring on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights.
Find the class that’s right for you.
Yes! We suggest that you take the “Welcome to Grace Chapel” class offered five times a year. In this class, we get to know who you are and what you’re about, and you’ll learn more about Grace Chapel.
To find out when the next “Welcome to Grace Chapel” class is being offered, visit: https://gracechapel.net/ministry/adult-equipping/