Sundays

We have two worship services on Sunday at 8:30 and 10:30 am.

8:30am worship (Sanctuary) is a gentle start to the day—not as crowded as 10:30am, but still a chance to worship with song, sermon, and sacrament. We celebrate Communion every Sunday at this service. All are welcome at the Table.

10:30am worship (Sanctuary) includes our Chancel Choir and the energy of a full sanctuary. We sing, we pray, and we learn in ways that are never quite the same from week to week. We have a familiar rhythm to things that you’ll recognize, but we’re flexible when it comes to things like how the furniture is arranged and what doxology we sing.

Education Hour is at 9:15 am.

Next Worship

Sunday, December 17, 2017 

Worship services at 8:30 & 10:30 AM 

 Education Hour at 9:15 AM

Sermon: “Patience, Probability, and a Panacea” by Marcia Mount Shoop

Scriptures: Isaiah 61:1-4, 8-11; Luke 1:46b-55

Click HERE to see the December 17th bulletin.

Sacraments

                                                                                         Communion

In his last meal before his death, Jesus took and shared with his disciples the bread and wine, speaking of them as his body and blood, signs of the new covenant. He commended breaking bread and sharing a cup to remember and proclaim his death and resurrection. In the Supper, we believe we are united to Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit. At Grace Covenant, we celebrate the Lord’s Supper every week at the 8:30 service and on the first Sunday of every month at the 10:30 service. The table is open to all who are in need of it.


Baptism

Baptism is the sign and seal of God’s unconditional love and acceptance of us. As Presbyterians, we baptize infants and children as a sign that God’s love claims us even before we are able to respond in faith, and we baptize youth and adults upon profession of faith as a sign that God’s grace calls for a response in faithfulness. If you would like to join our church and be baptized or have your children baptized, we invite you to contact one of our pastors directly. As Presbyterians, we believe every baptism in the Triune name is sufficient according to scripture and therefore do not practice re-baptism.

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