It’s time for our yearly yard sale to benefit The Village of Hope in Zambia. We’ve loved and supported this place, ever since two of our own left Newark to help build a safe, flourishing home there for orphans. This year’s sale is bigger than ever with bargains galore. Truly a “yard sale” this time, we’ll see you outside, but request you wear your mask.
Grace Church is home to people of many ages and backgrounds, and we believe there’s a place for you here, too. If you visit on a Sunday morning, you’ll get to meet some of the friendly faces that make up our congregation. Our worship services begin with a blend of traditional and contemporary music, followed by relevant, biblical teaching. Childcare and classes for children through fifth grade are offered during this time. A typical morning service lasts an hour and fifteen minutes. Afterwards, we invite you to stay for coffee and conversation.
This fall, Grace Church is reaching back to a centuries-old method of learning to explore timeless biblical principles. Join us each Sunday for a fresh look at the Christian faith through our historically rich, yet modern-day resource: The New City Catechism.
What exactly is catechism? In short, it is a summary of biblical teaching and practical application carefully crafted in the form of questions and answers.
Beginning September 13, we will explore 52 questions foundational to the Christian faith. Up first? “What is our only hope in life and death?” Now who doesn’t need an answer to that.
Catechism materials will also be provided for 9:00 Sunday School, children’s ministry, youth group, small groups, and private study.