When Pastor John was called to Grace Church fifty years ago, the only buildings on campus were the Chapel, the Heritage Building, and an old chicken coop. As the church grew, God provided the means to build the Family Center and Children’s Building (1970), the Worship Center (1977), the Tower Building (mid 1980s), and The Master’s Seminary building (1997). Our campus is a tangible reminder of God’s great kindness to our church, and we strive to use these blessings to honor Him.
If you are visiting for the first time on a Sunday, the best place to start is the Welcome Center, which is the small building located in the center of the campus on the north side. There is a reception for first-time guests held after every Sunday morning service, at 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon. If you are visiting during the week, stop by the Office Center Monday–Friday, from 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
During the week, you can also enjoy our full-service coffee shop and on-site restaurant. Steeple House has been a well-loved feature of the campus for the past few years, and Grace Grill’s remodel was finished in 2017. Its amenities include indoor and patio seating; a paneled lounge with a fireplace and recessed library; Wi-Fi access; and a state-of-the-art kitchen equipped to support the recurring, full menu. Steeple House and Grace Grill provide a comfortable setting that facilitates fellowship by bridging the gaps left by distance and busy schedules.
In addition, our campus is home to Grace Books, a bookstore that provides resources on Bible study, worldview, Christian living, and more.
We hope you’ll join us, on Sundays and throughout the week, to enjoy all that our campus has to offer.