After each Lord’s Day worship service those who desire to go through the membership/baptism process should go to the Member Center to register for the Membership Classes. A complete class cycle—101, 102, and 103—is offered over the first three Sundays of every month, excluding December and July. The classes are open for all to attend. The new room for membership classes will be in T375 (3rd floor of the Tower Building).
Applications for Membership/Baptism are available in the Member Center on Sunday mornings. This step includes:
Once your membership/baptism packet is complete, contact your fellowship group pastor to schedule a time for your application to be reviewed and signed. If you don’t currently have a pastor, please contact the membership office and they will schedule a pastoral interview for you.
(For those who have not been baptized as believers, your baptism will be scheduled at your earliest convenience once a pastor has signed your application. At that time, the Membership Department will give you the necessary details involved in being baptized at Grace Church.)
This is the culminating moment when the congregation extends an official welcome to those who have finished their membership/baptism process. The RHOF occurs at the close of the designated evening worship service. Before the service, there is a reception with the elders of Grace, to welcome those joining as members that night.
Sunday, March 24, 2019 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
During select evening Worship Services, Grace Church welcomes new members with the Right Hand of Fellowship.
Sunday, April 7, 2019 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
The class meets in T375 at both 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. on the first three Sundays of every month.
If you have not yet joined our church as a member, here is a brief explanation of the process.
Here at Grace Church, we believe that Christ intended the local church to be led by a plurality of biblically qualified elders. And He outlines the structure and responsibilities of leadership as anything but arbitrary.
Humanism isn’t a modern philosophy—mankind’s desire to proclaim its own greatness can be traced all the way back to the book of Genesis.