Plan Your Visit
Grace offers five identical services every weekend at our campus located at the intersection of 159th Street and Antioch in Overland Park, KS:
Saturdays, 4 & 5:30pm
Sundays, 8, 9:30, & 11am
THE VENUE provides a unique worship experience for those looking for a smaller church feel. Services take place at 9:30 and 11am.
Grace Kids classes are available during all services (nursery – 5th grade).
Our SOAR Special Needs Ministry has “buddies” for children with special needs during all services. The middle school through adult special needs class meets Sundays during the 11am service.
Grace Students meet weekly on Sunday nights at 4:30pm.
Our Young Adults meets weekly here at the church every Thursday at 7pm.
What to Expect
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A service is typically an hour-long experience designed around two main elements: music and a message. The music is played by a live band and the message is straight from scripture. We promise not to make you wear a visitor badge, ask you to stand up, ask you to give or do anything that makes you feel uncomfortable. Simply come as you are and meet a group of people that love and worship an amazing God.
Let Us Know You’re Coming!
At Grace Church we believe every follower of Jesus is called to follow the first act of obedience in baptism, just as Jesus did Himself before he began His public ministry (Matthew 3:13-17). We also believe that baptism does not add to your salvation when accepting Christ; however it does provide the foundation for your personal spiritual growth. Baptisms are celebrated in our church community once a month during weekend services. Interested in baptism? Your first step is to attend our Baptism Class!
Once a month, we celebrate the Lord’s Supper during our weekend worship services. We believe this time is essential to the Christian walk as is laid out in scripture (1 Corinthians 11:23-26). Our desire is that everyone who partakes in communion spends that time remembering the sacrifice paid by Christ when his body was broken and his blood was shed.