Our Vision: Help everyone become an outward-focused follower of Jesus
Our vision comes from the outward-focused church of Antioch found in the book of Acts (Acts 11-15).
Our Mission: Love, learn, lead with God, household, church
What We Believe
Scripture and God
We believe all Scripture was given by verbal, complete, and inerrant inspiration of God and is our final authority for all matters of faith and practice.
We believe in one true God, who is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent, and who is manifest in three eternal Persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
We believe Jesus Christ is the eternal God in human form, conceived by the Holy Spirit in the womb of a virgin named Mary. We believe Jesus lived a sinless life, died to pay for all sins, rose again the third day, and ascended to heaven.
We believe the Holy Spirit is the eternal God, indwelling and sealing the believer at the moment of salvation. We believe the Holy Spirit teaches the believer God’s Word, transforms them into the image of Christ, and gives spiritual gifts to be used according to Scripture to glorify God.
Beginnings of All Things
We believe Satan is a spiritual being which was lifted up in pride, rebelled against God with his angels, and opposes God’s work today. We believe his defeat and destiny were sealed by the work of Christ on the cross.
We believe Genesis is not allegorical or figurative. We believe God created the universe, and created Adam in His image, but Adam sinned through the free will God gave him. We believe people inherit Adam’s sinful nature and become sinners in experience, for which the wages are death.
Salvation and the Church
We believe salvation is by God’s grace alone, received through faith in the death and resurrection of Christ, and by calling on Jesus as Lord. We believe salvation is being born spiritually into God’s family, which cannot be reversed or lost, because it is kept by the power of God.
We believe the church is the body of believers who are spiritually connected worldwide. We believe the local church is an assembly God calls together to accomplish Christ’s work in this world, by observing the ordinances of baptism and communion, and equipping believers to minister.
We believe Jesus will return again to earth to reign. We believe that before Christ’s return, all genuine believers will be caught up to meet the Lord in the air, and the world will experience a period of tribulation.
We believe all people will spend eternity with Christ or separated from Him. We believe those without Christ wait in Hell for the day of final judgment. We believe those with Christ wait with Jesus for their resurrection and eternal inheritance.
Every church has a unique DNA. Our vision is to help everyone become an outward-focused follower of Jesus. Our mission is to love, learn, lead with God, household, and church.
We have seven core values that are drawn directly from the story of the original Church of Antioch described in the book of Acts.
An “Antiochian Church” is a Place of…
A: Allowing Risks (Acts 11:19-20)
N: Numerous Life-Changes (Acts 11:21,24,26)
T: Team Leadership (Acts 13:1-2, 15:35)
I: Intentional Multiplication (Acts 14:26-27)
O: Outward Focus (Acts 13:3-4)
C: Christ’s Presence (Acts 11:22-23)
H: High Generosity (Acts 11:27-30)
We have a team of people at Grace who work hard to impact God’s Kingdom, and have a lot of fun doing it! Take a look at our staff page to find out who is who, what they do, and how to get in touch with them.
There are many types of investments we can make: stocks, bonds, mutual funds, real estate, cars, collectibles, etc. Each investment has a different level of risk and reward. What is “the ultimate” investment? It’s investing in people for Christ. It’s realizing that, when it comes to all the resources God has given us, “We can’t take it with us, but we can send it ahead” (Matthew 6:19-21).
The Ultimate Investment (UI) is a three-year campaign that started in the fall of 2012. Our goal is to make “the ultimate investment in people for Christ” by expanding our current facility to make room for new “Gracers,” while staying debt-neutral.
If you are not yet giving toward The Ultimate Investment, please be praying about what God would have your part be. We are praying to be able to raise the last $1M to achieve our goal of expanding debt-neutral. Check out these resources for more info.
2015 Annual Report
We believe numbers matter. Why? Because every number has a name, and every name has a soul… a soul being impacted by the Kingdom of God. We are giving praise for everything God did at Grace in 2015! From 160 people committing their heart and soul to Jesus, to celebrating our largest attended Easter services in our history… God was and is moving at Grace Church. We invite you to celebrate with us by checking out our interactive 2015 Annual Report!