Brian Parker is the Arlington Campus Pastor and Groups Pastor. He has a bachelor’s in Pastoral Studies and a pre-doctoral degree in Biblical Interpretation and Linguistics. Brian enjoys discussing the challenges of faith, both practical and academic, over a good cup of coffee. Brian and his wife Joanne have two energetic sons. He enjoys the outdoors, coffee, reading and eating his wife’s baked goods.
If it’s your first time at Grace Community Church you will be warmly welcomed. Things may feel different here from what you are used to, so here are a few frequently asked questions to help you plan your trip.
We recommend you arrive about 10 minutes early so you can settle in before service begins.
Grace has plenty of parking in the garage next to Thomas Jefferson Middle School, as well as in the lots along Second Street South.
Our service lasts just one hour and includes a short time of engaging music with a message that is relevant to your everyday life.
Absolutely. Grace is a safe place to explore faith no matter what you believe (your doubts and tough questions are welcome too).
Our environment is casual. Dress in comfortable clothing appropriate for the weather and bring a camp chair or blanket.
We follow social distancing guidelines and ask everyone attending to wear a mask. Please perform a self-screen for COVID-19 symptoms and a temperature check prior to attending service. If you have any symptoms, have been in contact with someone who has COVID-19 or is waiting for COVID-19 test results, we ask that you participate online at live.trygrace.org.
Our service is family-friendly and includes fun activities to keep your preschoolers through preteens engaged. Meet on the playground after service to connect with other families.