The purpose of Grace Baptist Church is to
exemplify the presence of God as a diverse and authentically Christ-like
family who worship, learn and grow in a genuine faith, care for one another,
and responsibly go about God's loving work in our world."
Our Values Statement essentially defines who we
are, how we respond to our calling and what we value in our congregation
and its members.
Worship with us:
9:45 am: Sunday School for all ages
11:00 am: Worship (Communion - first Sunday of each month)
5:30 pm: Christian Spirituality Group (2nd & 4th Sundays)
Grace Baptist Church is pleased to announce an
electronic option for making regular offerings. Contributions can now be
debited automatically from your checking or savings account or processed
using your debit card.
Starting May 4th the Wednesday Night Welcome Table will be discussing Diana Butler Bass’s new book, Grounded: Finding God in the World-A Spiritual Revolution.
This new work by Bass is described as follows:
The distant God of conventional religion has given way to a more intimate sense of the sacred that is with us in the world. This shift, from a vertical understanding of God to a God found on the horizons of nature and human community, is at the heart of a spiritual revolution that surrounds us—and that is challenging not only religious institutions but political and social ones as well.
Church of Richmond, Virginia is seeking a
Minister to Youth and Their Families.
The minister will work to integrate fully
youth and their families into the life and
work of the church both within and outside
its walls through spiritual formation,
missions, relationship building, and
Grace Baptist is
a progressive, welcoming and affirming
congregation with a growing number of young
people, for whom we hope to provide
continued support and care as they grow in
affiliated with the American Baptist
Churches USA, Alliance of Baptists, and
River City Faith Network.
more information or to apply, please visit
Deadline: May 31, 2016
Save the Date! Intergenerational Retreat!
Information about our retreat
Join us May 27-29 at Camp Alkulana for a church wide Intergenerational Retreat. Everyone in the GBC community, young, old, and in between is invited to attend. We'll spend quality time together and explore the themes of Sabbath and play. Look for more details to come soon!
Camp Alkulana Web Site
Sunday, May 15
Join us for lunch and the annual cake auction on Sunday, May 15. Proceeds from the auction will help 14 older elementary kids and youth attend Passport Camps this summer. Your generosity makes a huge difference because it makes camp a much more affordable option for our families.
You can help in two ways!
First, put on your creative baking hats and whip up something delicious to donate to the auction! Cakes are the most typical donation, but we've had candies, cookies, brownies, and even jam in the past-- the sky's the limit! If you like a baking challenge, consider making something our members on vegan, gluten free, or sugar free diets could bid on and enjoy. When you drop off your cake (or other yummy treats) in the Fellowship Hall, be sure to include a card that clearly states the name of the baker(s) and a description of your creation. This year we are also accepting single serving bagged goodies to offer to folks at a set price so everyone can go home with something deliciously sweet and homemade.
Second, join us for lunch and come hungry for dessert! This event is always a riot with lots of joy and celebration. We hope you'll join us for a good cause and some good fun! Sign up for lunch or to donate a cake on the hall table outside the church office.
Contact Noell@gbconline.org with any questions.