What's happening on a regular basis?


  • Sunday Morning Service | Weekly — Our lives have been changed by the gospel of Jesus Christ. Each Sunday morning we gather together to express our heartfelt gratitude and love for our Savior, in a service of celebration. Learn more ›
  • Intercessory Prayer | Weekly — Every Sunday all are welcome to join us at 9:25 a.m. for prayer in Grace House’s conference room.
  • Lord’s Supper | Monthly — One Sunday each month we observe the Lord’s Supper together. This is a time to physically remember the sacrificial work of Jesus Christ, around which the Gospel revolves and by which our lives have been changed.
  • Prayer for the Nations | Monthly — One Sunday each month a group of us come together in Grace House’s conference room for a brief potluck lunch followed by a time of praying for international initiatives to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. Consider joining us the first Sunday of each month, after the Sunday service.
  • Ministry Sunday  | Monthly — After the Sunday service every second Sunday, we invite anyone with physical, emotional, mental, or spiritual needs to come forward and be ministered to through prayer.


  • Community Groups | Weekly + Bi-weekly — One of the primary means of building relationships and cultivating fellowship with each other at Covenant of Grace Church is through our network of small groups, which we call Community Groups. Our Community Groups meet in area homes multiple times each month. Learn more ›
  • Women’s Intercessory Prayer | Weekly — A group of faithful women from our church meet weekly for intercessory prayer. All ladies are welcome to come and pray each Monday at 8:30 am in Grace House.
  • Parent/Youth Meetings | Monthly — Our monthly meetings are on Saturday nights and are for teens in grades 7-12 and their parents. We meet at 7:00 p.m. for worship, teaching, activities, and socializing. Learn more ›
  • Haven of Rest | Monthly — On a monthly basis, our care groups rotate volunteering to serve dinner at the Haven of Rest. According to the Haven of Rest, it provides “Christ-centered programs and services that respond to the physical, spiritual and emotional needs of homeless and poor men, women and children.” Visit the Haven of Rest’s website at  http://havenofrest.org to learn more about this important community organization.