Grace Church is about exploring God's perfect plan for imperfect people - how He wants us to walk together to become all we were intended to be. We are a caring community, expressing God's love for people and the compassion of Jesus for the oppressed and hurt, in reliance on the Holy Spirit.
If you're in need of a listening ear, a good talk over a cup of coffee, you're most welcome to our Sunday Worship. There's always coffee
and tea, a meal to share, nice people around and plenty of time to socialize.
During or after the Worship, there's always the possibility to receive prayer. Our Prayer Ministry Team is always available.
Most of our care takes place within our Life Groups that meet during the week in the homes of our members. In these small groups we share our daily lives, build each other up, and encourage each other to live God-pleasing lives. You don't have to be a member of the Grace Church Family to take part in one of these Life Groups. Maybe you just want to find out more about the Christian faith and being church together. Just get in contact with our Hospitality Team - they can connect you with a Life Group.
If you have more specific needs, Grace Church has a Mercy Team (Diaconate) and a Counselling Team (for pastoral care). If you're not a member of Grace Church but you feel you need help in these areas, please contact our Hospitality Team - they will try to help you further.
The Mercy Team (Diaconate) reaches out to people in Grace Church who are in crisis or challenging circumstances and offers help in assessing their practical needs and working together to find solutions.
Our Counselling Team provides pastoral care, counselling and prayer ministry within Grace Church, under supervision of the council of elders. The aim of counselling is to bring a person closer to the knowledge of God's truth, which will bring him of her into a greater level of healing and functional wholeness of spirit, soul and body.