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Welcome to our online hub for connection and engagement with Grace Fellowship. Whether you're a longtime attender or a first-time visitor, we're here to support and encourage you on your faith journey.

If you're new to Grace or have recently decided to make it your spiritual home, we invite you to fill out our Connect With Grace Connection Card. This will help us get to know you better and address any questions you may have about our community. Click Here for common questions about Grace.

By connecting with Grace, you can opt in to receive regular updates via Grace Happenings, our weekly blog covering all the exciting events and activities at Grace. Additionally, you can choose to receive 1:Minute of Grace, a weekly short and uplifting teaching based on our latest message.

                                                    Pastor Paul


Stay Connected With Grace

Engage, Serve, Grow

You can find us on Facebook and YouTube, where we share additional content and engage with our community. Plus, visit our media site, where all of our On-Demand Media Library is located, allowing you to watch anytime, anywhere!

Find all our connection links and send us prayer requests and other comments, ensuring we stay up to date with you and can best support you in your journey. 

You can also engage with us individually at any time by clicking the Quick Connections buttons for specific requests. Whether you have prayer requests, inquiries about our ministries, or just want to say hello, we're here to support and encourage you on your faith journey.


Serve with the Grace Family

Ready to take the next step? Get involved in our ministries and serving opportunities. Whether you have a passion for children's ministry, music, or outreach, there's a place for you to serve and make a difference.

Discover where you can make an impact! Explore our ministry opportunities and find the perfect fit for your interests, talents, and availability. Join us in serving others and growing together as a community.

Sign up today to get involved in our ministries and serve opportunities. Your participation is vital to fulfilling our mission and making a positive impact in our community and beyond.

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Helps Ministry

The Helps Ministry offers help to those in our congregation and our community.

What is the Mission?
To serve the church and the surrounding community with our gift of helps.

What is the Vision?
To see the hurting, lonely and needy cared for by our church so that they might experience the love, mercy and grace of our God and Savior.

Get Involved:

Do You Need Assistance?

The Helps Ministry team is ready to help in every way we possibly can. If you have a need we can help with please take a couple of minutes to complete a short survey so we can gather the information needed to help. Once submitted someone from the team will reach out to confirm the details and set the team into action.

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Equip Conference

Equip Conference

Welcome to Equip Conference 2024: "But The Church Prayed" Gear up for an extraordinary experience at this year's Equip Conference, where individuals come together to deepen their connection with God, uncover and nurture their spiritual gifts, and embrace the power of prayer within the church community. Save the date for Equip Conference 2024, taking place from November 8th to 10th. Join us as we explore the profound impact of prayer on our lives, communities, and the world around us. Through dynamic worship, insightful workshops, and inspiring sessions, discover how prayer can ignite transformation and bring about God's kingdom here on earth. ​Keynote Speaker: Justin Limmer We are thrilled to announce Justin Limmer as this year's keynote speaker. With his depth of knowledge, passion for ministry, and commitment to prayer, Justin will undoubtedly deliver a message that resonates with our conference theme, leaving a lasting impact on all who attend. Workshops and Sessions: Engage with a diverse range of workshops and sessions designed to equip you for your spiritual journey. From exploring spiritual gifts to deepening your prayer life, our lineup of workshops offers practical tools and insights to help you grow closer to God and serve others effectively. Two-Day Event: Equip Conference spans over two days, providing ample time for fellowship, learning, and spiritual growth. Don't miss out on this opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals, receive encouragement, and leave equipped to make a difference in your community. ​Watch for Registration: Registration for Equip Conference 2024 will open soon! Keep an eye on our website and social media channels for updates on how to secure your spot at this transformative event. Don't miss your chance to be part of this unforgettable experience. ​Join Us at Equip Conference 2024: Mark your calendars and invite your friends and family to join us for Equip Conference 2024. Together, let's explore the power of prayer, grow in our faith, and experience God's presence in a profound and life-changing way. We can't wait to see you there!


Common Questions

Useful Information

Explore answers to common questions about Grace Fellowship here. While we've covered many FAQs below, if you have any lingering queries, don't hesitate to reach out. Our team is here to provide assistance and support in any way we can.

Pastor Stephanie Berglund leading worship during Grace services

What is your worship like?

We believe that worshipping God is the main event and one of the primary reasons we gather. We tend to be blended and upbeat in style with a few hymn but mostly we sing music that lifts our hearts to praise and worship God. We love worship that stirs the soul.

How should I dress?

Come as you are. Some ladies wear dresses, but most wear slacks or jeans. Seldom do any of the men wear ties, but either dress pants or comfortable jeans. We are too casual to worry about how anyone dresses.

Can I get prayer?

Absolutely, someone is available after each service to pray. Should you desire to give your heart to the Lord, someone is available to help and explain that.  If you would like someone to pray and agree with you about something let us know.

Is there pressure to give?

At Grace, we believe giving is a personal act of worship guided by the Holy Spirit. We never pressure anyone to give and do not take up an official offering. If you feel led to give, you can do so in person by placing your gift in the box on the wall by the doors, mail it to the church office, or give online through our Give page. We are thankful for God's provisions and trust Him to provide.

Pastor Paul Gilbert of Grace Fellowship

How do you celebrate communion?

The Lord’s Supper is a memorial of the covenant made with God through the blood of Christ. It is a continuation of the Passover Feast, which God commanded His covenant people to observe. Those who have made a covenant with God through the blood of Christ are instructed to participate. (Exodus 11, 12; Mark 14:24; Luke 22:19-20; I Corinthians 10:16, 11:23-26). ​ We practice an open communion at Grace Fellowship, so everyone is welcomed to participate.  Our only caution is that communion be approached with humility and prayer as the Bible teaches. We typically serve communion the first weekend of each month and do not serve it the same way each time, because receiving communion should be a reminder of God’s love, not a religious tradition.

Grace Fellowship governance with words

Who makes the decisions?

At Grace Fellowship, decisions are made with careful consideration and spiritual guidance. Our leadership structure is rooted in the biblical model outlined in Acts 20:28 and I Peter 5:1-4, where the government of the church is vested in the Lead Pastor and the Elders, who have been appointed as overseers by the Holy Spirit. The Elder Team, consisting of these appointed leaders, holds ecclesiastical power and authority within our church community. ​ In addition to our local leadership, we recognize the importance of external accountability and support. Therefore, we have established an Independent Advisory Team composed of at least three respected spiritual leaders from outside the Grace Fellowship family. These advisors provide apostolic guidance and accountability to ensure that our decisions align with biblical principles and serve the best interests of our congregation. At Grace Fellowship, decisions are made prayerfully, with wisdom, and with the utmost consideration for the well-being of our church community.

What about membership?

At Grace Fellowship, we approach church membership differently. We believe that when you begin to attend Grace Fellowship, it's because God has led you here, and we consider this community to be your church home. Instead of using the term "church membership," we emphasize the importance of walking together in unity and fellowship. We operate on a non-voting fellowship basis, recognizing that every individual is at a different stage of spiritual growth. Walking in fellowship at Grace Fellowship means: Demonstrating evidence of saving faith in Jesus Christ. Voluntarily aligning with our Statement of Faith. Displaying a willingness to contribute regularly to the support of the church through tithes and offerings. Regularly attending services. Participating in a one-hour class to understand more about Grace Fellowship's function, beliefs, history, and purpose, as well as exploring opportunities to serve within and outside the church community. We view those walking in fellowship as part of a family rather than simply members of an organization. It is God who calls us into His family and Jesus who calls us to various local churches to fulfill our part in His mission. Our prayer for everyone walking in fellowship with Grace Fellowship is that together we would witness God's power to heal, restore relationships, and be empowered to fulfill God's purpose for our lives. Benefits of walking in fellowship include opportunities for ministry, deepening friendships, experiencing the presence of God in worship, and consideration for volunteer positions within the church. However, we also recognize limitations. Individuals who are deemed divisive or who violate biblical morality may be asked to step away from involvement at Grace Fellowship until healing and repentance have occurred, always with the aim of promoting restoration and unity within the Body of Christ. At Grace Fellowship, we believe in walking together in fellowship, supporting one another as we seek to fulfill the mission God has given us as a local church community.

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