We believe that Sundays are a special time that we get to come together with God's people and worship the God that has changed our lives. None of us are perfect or have all the answers, but we worship the one that does. Please join us this Sunday.
Our services are about an hour and twenty minutes long, and there is singing (both traditional and contemporary), praying, fellowship, and teaching that is meant to spark your mind and your heart so that you might know God's love.
When and where?
Our services are every Sunday at 10:00 am, and we are at 6308 Highway N in Cottleville. We are the church that looks like a farm.
What is available for our kids?
Nursery is available for Sunday school and the worship service. Children's Sunday school classes meet at 9 am. During the service, children's church is offered for kids ages 3 through first grade, and it is a special service just for them. They start in the big church and then about halfway through they join their leaders and head to the children's church room (122). We also have bags of quiet activities if you'd rather have your children stay with you during the worship service.
Suits or shorts?
We want you to come as you are most comfortable, and we will actually have people in shorts and others in suits! There is no pretense at Grace that you have to have it all figured out, so just come as you are.
What is Grace's worship style?
Worship can be a complicated topic. Grace is committed to a blended or integrated style of worship. By blended worship style, we mean that Grace seeks to incorporate gospel-driven, Christ-centered music from a variety of styles and generations - new, old, traditional, classical, folk, contemporary. We believe that any and all of these can be used in a God-honoring way to worship our Creator and Redeemer.
Do you offer Sunday School?
Yes! We offer Sunday school classes for children, youth, and adults at 9 am.
The book of Micah taught by Stuart McClure - In this class, we will learn a great deal about God: he is a mighty God who controls the nations, yet he is also concerned with everyday matters like equity, poverty, and care for widows and orphans. In presenting this transcendent-yet-immanent God, Micah's message revolves around themes of justice, judgment, and salvation that continue to carry great significance today.
Samson taught by Garry Kiphart - A man of incredible physical strength and debilitating moral weakness, Samson was used in great ways by God. In light of these contrasts, we are faced with this key question: What, exactly, are we to make of Samson and his place in the Lord's purposes? In this class we will consider the life of Samson, highlighting vital theological lessons and exploring what this judge tells us about Christian living.