Every Sunday morning this church meets to worship the Father through the Son (the risen King Jesus) by the Holy Spirit, following the tradition of the Christian church that was established nearly two thousand years ago.
The Sunday Worship gathering begins with a set of Scripture readings, songs and prayer. There are usually some announcements, and then we spend the majority of our time hearing the word of God preached from the Bible.
We conclude our time together with a time of reflection and inviting those who have believed the gospel to partake in the Lord's Supper as Jesus taught his disciples to do as a way express a renewal of their covenant relationship with God.
We're rather a casual group, from all walks of life and from various bacgrounds. We don't have a formal dress-code. Most men wear a t-shirt or collared polo and jeans (no ties). Most women wear modest but casual clothes, perhaps a skirt or dress.
We are currently meeting on Sunday mornings at 10 for worship at:
Rey Reynolds Middle School - 9507 Burns Rd, Pasco, WA 99301
*note, on Dec. 24th and 31st we will be temporarily meeting at the Franklin Firedistrict 3 Station 33 - 8271 Selph Landing Rd, Pasco, WA 99301
There is childcare during the worship service at 10.
At 11:15 there is a class for adults, youth and kids for those who want to dig deeper and learn about God's word, the Bible.
Please, don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions!
"I DON'T BELIEVE, CAN I STILL COME?"
Even if you are not yet a believer, you are still welcome to come to this open meeting where you are invited observe and learn what the good news ("gospel") means from the testimony of Holy Scripture, and come to know about our great God, the Creator of everything and everyone.
We sincerely hope that you'll experience the love of God through a hospitable community that seeks to follow the example of Christ in his relational love.
For the glory and love of Christ, Grace Church seeks to form disciples of Jesus Christ who have a heart for God, each other and the world He came to save.