We're glad to hear you would like to drop by on a Sunday morning! If it's been awhile since you've been in a church, if it's your first time ever, or if you're new to the area and looking for a church to call home, this page is meant to inform you about what happens on a typical Sunday and answers some of the questions that might be on your mind before visiting with us.
What's Grace Assembly like? We are a community church who meet at 3529 McBean Street in Richmond. There's lots of parking available and our location is fully wheelchair accessible. If you join us on a Sunday, you'll receive a warm welcome and find seating in an intimate environment that will remind you of when the early church in the Book of Acts would meet in each others homes. We would love to have you join us for our Sunday gatherings at 1:00pm.
What should I wear? There's no dress code at Grace. Feel free to come wearing something comfortable. The pastor tends to dress business/casual (dress pants, button-up shirt).
What should I expect on a typical Sunday morning?
Music: At 1:00pm our service begins with a time of worship songs. We do our best to offer a good mix of traditional and contemporary songs. We also often will play at least one song that is more geared towards children. Announcements: During the service, there's always some time set aside to let you know about upcoming events in our church and community. Offering: If you're visiting with us, please rest assured that you're under no obligation to give, but we always offer you an opportunity to give financially in order to help support our church and its ministry to our community and world. Sermon: We always have a time of teaching as the pastor shares a relevant, Bible-based message with the congregation. Prayer: Throughout our morning service, we often reserve time to pray for needs in our church and community. At the end of the service, we also might close with a time of worship and prayer, reflecting on the message and how it affects our everyday lives.
If you have any other questions about our church or what to expect on Sunday mornings, please feel free to: