What to Expect
Common Grace is a place you really can COME AS YOU ARE.
We know that trying a church can seem scary. “Will they accept me?” “What if I stick out like a sore thumb?” “Will my kids be ok?” Too many times a church has said they were open, welcoming, friendly . . . but then missed the mark when it came to living it.
Or maybe church feels like a waste of time. “They’re all the same.” “They never talk about real life.” “They just want something from me.” Well, we think you’ll be surprised. We are real people facing real life. Everyday. And we find life’s better together.
When and where are worship services?
We gather together on Sunday mornings at the Ball Conference Center at 10:45am. Worship is casual and typically lasts an hour.
What is worship like at Common Grace?
Worship incorporates some of the best that the Christian tradition has to offer and elements of the modern church. Our music team is led by Chad Brown, a longtime local musician and teacher by day. Messages are shared by Pastor Kyle and will help you apply the wisdom of scripture to your daily life. We think you’ll find Sunday mornings at Common Grace to be welcoming, with worship that is engaging and messages that encourage you to go into the world and live differently.
Are there opportunities for children?
Yes! Each week we have excellent Christian education for our students led by experienced staff and volunteers. Children ages 2 and under have care by trained and loving staff. Children preschool through fifth grade receive excellent, age appropriate Christian education in small and large group settings. Youth will be involved in our worship life together and have many additional opportunities to connect with their peers.
Is Common Grace right for my family?
Well, you can’t know for sure until you check us out! But what we do know is that Common Grace is a place that welcomes everyone. In worship on any given week, you’ll see young children and older adults. We have lifelong Christians and those who are just exploring their faith. We welcome single people and families, gay people and straight, conservative people and progressives. What we all agree on is that the community we are building and the faith we are growing makes a difference in our lives, and we want you to be able to experience this, too!
More questions? Ask our team/Pastor Kyle!