Where do I park?
We have plenty of off-street parking on both the 5th and 6th Street sides of our building. Our handicap spots are accessible from the 6th Street entrance — once you turn into the lot, drive past the first parking lot on your left and around the metal coolers against the building, and our handicap spots will be found by the black metal fence.
Enter the building through the purple door on the 5th St side or the green door on 6th. If the doors are not unlocked, please use the buzzer and someone will help you.
What do I wear?
Some of us come to worship in suit coats and dress pants; some come in jeans and flip-flops. Come as you are!
Where’s the bathroom?
We have two single-stall family bathrooms (both are handicap accessible and have changing tables) just down the hall from the sanctuary.
How long is worship?
Worship lasts about an hour. After worship, we move from our sanctuary into our multi-purpose room for treats and fellowship; children and youth are invited to attend Sunday School and confirmation classes during this time, and we often have adult education opportunities during this time as well.
Where do my kids go?
Having our children and youth with us in Sunday worship is a key part of our life at Grace. Clipboards with coloring pages, activity sheets, and blank drawing paper to help kids occupied are available in the back of the sanctuary. A children’s sermon is also part of our Sunday morning routine. And children of any age are welcome to take part in communion — just put out your hands to receive!
Will I have to introduce myself in front of everyone?
Nope! We’ll ask you to wear and make a nametag, if you like, and at least a few of us will probably welcome you with a warm handshake, but that’s it — no announcement required.
Who can receive communion?
We offer communion at every Sunday worship. We serve at the table of Jesus, and believe that all who seek Jesus may receive him. No matter your past or present, your age or gender or race, we welcome you to the Lord’s table alongside us. We alternate between serving by intinction (dipping the wafer into the cup of red wine or white grape juice) or by small cups (eating a piece of bread and then drinking from a small personal cup of wine or juice). We have gluten-free wafers and a reserve cup for those who have allergies or sensitivities — just ask when you come forward for communion.