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: 10:00 a.m.
Where: 200 N. Main St. (Rt. 47) in Elburn.
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.
Close the day iN worship
When: 5:30 p.m.
In an extension of the morning service, we gather at 5:30 for hymns, prayer, and the preaching of God’s word. The Lord’s Supper is also served in the evening service.
We are thankful that Grace has been able to hold “in-person” worship services though we are proceeding cautiously because of ongoing concerns regarding the coronavirus. We are seeking to be mindful of the health concerns of our congregants. Please note the guidelines for attendance each service:
- If you are ill, or if anyone in your household is ill, please stay at home. If you have certain risk factors or have any doubts about whether you are healthy enough to attend, please check with your medical provider.
- Households are seated with appropriate social distancing.
- Morning Service: Face coverings are required for everyone over the age of two. If you don’t have your own, we will provide one. Children and adult sizes are available. They must be worn at all times while in the building. We recognize that this requirement might be challenging for families with young children; all we ask is that you do the best you can. If, for any reason, you are not willing to wear a face covering, or if you are unable to wear a face covering for health-related reasons, please refrain from attending the morning service at this time.
- Evening Service: To accommodate the spiritual needs of all our congregants, we are not requiring face coverings be worn to the evening service.
While not required, it would be helpful to let us know you are coming in order to assist us in providing appropriate social distancing between households.
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