About our Worship
Corporate worship on the Lord’s Day is the most important event in the life of our congregation. Man’s chief end is to glorify God and enjoy him forever. When we worship God we are being most fully human because worshipping the Triune God and finding our pleasure in him is what we were created to do. Unfortunately, sin has affected our desires and we tend to look away from God in an attempt to fill our hearts and find contentment. In the Lord’s grace, he has set aside one day in seven for the corporate body to gather in his presence and worship him.
As we gather to worship, it is our hope that we will experience the grace and mercy found in the gospel and that our hearts will be turned from false objects of worship and be returned to our Creator. This is what we mean by making God’s grace and the gospel a part of our daily lives.
Our Desire Is:
- to purify and elevate our vision of God’s majesty and love
- to nurture heartfelt delight in God
- to devote the whole of the Lord’s Day to him with both morning and evening corporate worship participation
- to seek to be guided by Scripture alone in our worship of God
- to encourage loving, passionate communion with God in his presence
We believe that when we worship, we are in the presence of the Lord, engaging in gospel dialogue with him, while being reminded once again of his love and faithfulness to us. Our expectation is that each of us, as we worship, will be confronted with the multi-faceted truth of the gospel throughout the entire service, experiencing the gospel in our minds, hearts and wills. It is this presupposition about worship that has influenced the order of service at Grace Presbyterian Church.
Morning Worship Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Baptism is a sacrament representing the work of the Holy Spirit, who was poured out on God’s people to carry out his work of cleansing from sin and empowering for a new life.
At Grace Presbyterian, baptisms are done during the morning worship service for the children of communing members. Prior to the baptism, parents will meet with the Senior Pastor, Chris Donnelly, to further discuss the implications of baptism and raising a covenant child.
To schedule a baptism, please contact the church office at 931.537.6400.
Weddings at Grace Presbyterian
Dear Bride and Groom,
We are delighted you are considering celebrating your wedding at Grace Presbyterian Church.
We believe marriage is a relationship between one man and one woman instituted by God for the mutual happiness of his people and for the glory of his name. As such, it is the duty of Christians to marry only in the Lord, that is, to marry fellow believers. All couples who wish to get married at Grace Presbyterian Church must complete a wedding questionnaire, meet with two elders for approval, and abide by all wedding policies. All couples must complete the Prepare/Enrich Marriage training class before getting married here. Members have priority in scheduling a date for their wedding.
Our Wedding Packet contains all the information you need to start planning your wedding at Grace Presbyterian Church. Please review this packet prior to contacting the church office at 931.537.6400.
We look forward to working with you to help make your wedding ceremony one that glorifies God and is characterized by dignity, beauty, reverence and joy.