At Grace, our aim is, in the words of one historic statement of faith, “to glorify God and to enjoy him forever.” For this reason, you will find here expository preaching from both the Old and New Testaments that centers on Christ. You will find worship that is both joyful and reverent. You will find a fellowship of believers that is welcoming and encouraging. Our goal as a church is to grow together in the grace and knowledge of the One who has redeemed us from sin and death and has given us eternal life – the Lord Jesus Christ.
A Bible-believing church
At Grace we believe that the Bible is the Word of God. This means we hold fast to the truths that Scripture teaches: that God created us, that we fell into sin, that Jesus Christ came to save us, and that one day he will return again.
A Reformed church
Our roots run deep. Our heritage traces back to the practice and teaching of the churches of the 16th Century Protestant Reformation. Our confession of faith is the Westminster Standards of the 17th Century: The Westminster Confession of Faith and the Larger and Shorter Catechisms.
A Presbyterian church
“Presbyterian” comes from a Greek word meaning “elder.” Grace is governed by a group of elders, including the minister, whose primary responsibility it is to care for the spiritual well-being of her members.
A church of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC)
The OPC is a nation-wide denomination. The word “orthodox” simply means “straight thinking” or “straight teaching,” and refers to our commitment to the historic Christian faith. To find out more about the OPC, go to www.opc.org.