Online Service Only

Sunday, March 29
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Grace Community Church Sunday services, groups and other gatherings will be held online only from now through Sunday, April 5. We will make a determination about the following weeks as more information about COVID-19 becomes available.

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FAQ

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While we are very disappointed that we won’t meet together, we want to be responsible and follow the guidelines regarding large gatherings. The well-being of our church family, visitors, staff and community is a priority and we want to do our part to contribute to safe environments. See our FAQ below for more information.

How can I participate in Sunday Service?

You can attend service online at Grace Live. We will stream the full service at live.trygrace.org at 9:30am and 11am. Enjoy the chat room where you can let us know where you are watching from and say hello to your friends. You’ll also have an opportunity to make private prayer requests.

How can I stay informed on what's happening at Grace?

Get the updates that matter to you most. Sign up for email alerts here. You can also opt-in to Pastor John's weekly text group by texting trygrace to 84576.

What about my kids?

We have additional resources available for kids from preschool through 12th grade. Learn more

How can I continue to give if I can not attend Sunday gatherings?

Online giving is available for your convenience at trygrace.org/give.

How can I help during this pandemic?

Let us know about someone who is hurting financially so we can send them a surprise blessing. Use this form. Join the Arlington Neighbors Helping Each Other Facebook group here.

How do I join an online community group?

We are planning to roll out new online community groups as soon as Sunday, March 29. Check back here for the latest updates or email [email protected].

Are there any known cases of COVID-19 in the Grace family?

There are no known presumptive or confirmed cases of COVID-19 within Grace Community Church.

Additional Information

For the most up to date information on COVID-19 visit: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention