Summer worship times are 8:15 & 10:15 am. (No Education Hour)
Join us for Courtyard Fellowship at 11:15 am.
Worship is at the heart of who we are and what we do at Grace Covenant.
We sing joyfully, we seek understanding in scripture, sermon, and prayer, and we speak the truth together about our need for Christ’s healing love.
GCPC worship is led by believers of all ages every week. The pews are full of all kinds of different faith stories—people who come from every tradition and denomination, people who have grown up in the church, people who have been harmed by the church, and people who are just now feeling the call to check out what church might be. Our members and friends span generations, life-experiences, and identities.
You’ll see everything from shorts and flip flops to a suit and tie. There’s no dress code—just a hope that you’ll bring your whole self with you.
We worship because we need God at the center of our lives and as the guiding force of who we are as church. Our worship embodies our joy, our theological curiosity, our trust in God, our commitment to follow Jesus, and our shared vulnerability.
We have a new worship schedule: 8:15 am – Worship, 9:15 am – Education Hour, 10:45 am – Worship.
8:15am worship is a gentle start to the day—not as crowded as 10:30am, but still a chance to worship with song, sermon, and sacrament. We celebrate Communion every Sunday at the 8:30am service. All are welcome at our Communion Table.
10:45am worship includes our Chancel Choir and the energy of a full sanctuary. We sing, we pray, and we learn in ways that are never quite the same from week to week. We have a familiar rhythm to things that you’ll recognize, but we’re flexible and not too uptight when it comes to things like how the furniture is arranged and what doxology we sing.
Worship at GCPC is creative and reforming. We are faithful people seeking understanding and joyfully gathered in God’s name. Worship helps to equip and empower us to be in ministry in our lives together and in our lives in the larger community.