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Gather to worship and serve the living and true God in friendly and joyful fellowship. Each time you visit, our prayer is that you will experience the gospel of Jesus Christ proclaimed and embraced in everything we say and do.

Sundays begin with Reverent Worship

When: 9:30 a.m.          

Where: 200 N. Main St. (Rt. 47) in Elburn.

God delights in worship focused on Jesus Christ. The Bible plays a prominent role in the worship service. Preaching is Christ-centered and expository preaching.

Expository preaching: preaching that explains whole books of the Bible section by section. At Grace OPC the preaching covers books of the Bible in their entirety.

Our worship service follows a traditional Presbyterian order of worship:

  • A formal call to worship,
  • Singing of hymns by the congregation,
  • A prayer of confession of sin and the pronouncement of assurance of God’s forgiveness in Christ,
  • An expository sermon preached on a passage from the Bible,
  • The partaking of the Lord’s Supper,
  • The collection of an offering, and
  • A benediction.
Hymns are sung to piano accompaniment.
The Lord’s Supper is served every Sunday.

Gather in Fellowship

Coffee and refreshments are available after each worship service.

On the last Sunday of the month, a Fellowship Dinner is held in lieu of Sunday School.

All ages are represented here at Grace with young singles, families with children, and empty-nesters all worshiping side by side.

Stay for biblical Teaching

Sunday school begins at 11:20a.m. There is a class for adults and children of all ages with an accompanying nursery for babies and toddlers.

Return Sunday evening at 5:30 for hymns, Bible study, and prayer.

Grace is member of the Orthodox Presbyterian denomination. More information about our beliefs can be found here.

Have more questions?

Find answers to frequently asked questions.

Or let us know your coming and what we can do to make your visit more informative. We’d be happy to give you a tour, answer questions over coffee, or schedule a time to talk about the church.

We hope to see you soon.

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