If you have not yet joined our church as a member, here is a brief explanation of the process.
You can begin the registration process for the membership classes here.
A complete class cycle—101, 102, and 103—is offered over the first three Sundays of every month (excluding December and July).
Applications for Membership/Baptism will be provided once you register for the membership classes. This step includes:
Contact your fellowship group pastor to schedule a time for your application to be reviewed and signed. This also serves as a great opportunity for an elder of our church to answer any questions you may have. You can also contact the membership office if you need help scheduling an interview. For those who need to be baptized, your baptism will be scheduled after you return the signed application to the Membership Center.
Those who finish the membership process will be welcomed as members at the next RHOF service. Before the Sunday evening service, there is a brief reception to welcome all new members, and at the close of the evening service, new members will make an affirmation of their commitment to the local body here at Grace Church.
For more information about the membership process, contact our Membership Department.
Sunday, January 24, 2021 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
During select evening Worship Services, Grace Church welcomes new members with the Right Hand of Fellowship.
Sunday, February 7, 2021 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
If you're interested in becoming part of our church family, a new membership class cycle (101–103) begins each month.
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