8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am
(due to space availability, visitors are encouraged to attend at 8:00 or 9:30)
5711 Granny White Pike
Brentwood, TN 37027
Grace Community Church is committed to building spiritually healthy people for life and ministry in the world. We are a disciple-making church with God-centered worship and biblical teaching, mutual encouragement toward spiritual growth, and engagement with the world through evangelism, missions, and service.
The primary message of Grace is that a person becomes and lives rightly related to God by grace through faith in Jesus Christ. Our desire is to embrace this message and present it to Nashville and the world through proclamation and the practice of good deeds.
The ministries of Grace revolve around four key expressions of our faith in Christ. We gather together as the church to worship Christ. We grow in our relationship with Christ and with one another. We give to the growth, health, and ministry of the church. We go into our world with the good news of Christ in our hearts and displayed through our words and actions.
We hope you find what you are looking for on our website, but if you are searching for something we haven’t included, feel free to contact us. We hope to see you in person someday soon.
Summer Book Study, July 23
Scott Patty will continue his summer study on the Christian classic “The Pilgrim’s Progress” this evening, July 23, at 6:30pm in the Pine Room. The study is based on the modern English version by Edward Hazelbaker. Childcare for Infants-5th Grade will be provided. Please email Kristen Tedder if you will need childcare.
Children’s Sunday School Volunteers
On Sunday, August 10, our children will be promoted to their new Sunday School classes. We are looking for Grace members to communicate the truth of God’s word to them on a weekly basis. Volunteers can serve for six months or the whole year. View a list of teachers needed. Please prayerfully consider serving the families of Grace in this way. Contact Jason Miller with any questions.
Listen as Scott and Jeff discuss how God uses suffering to lovingly discipline his people. Does this truth apply to those who aren’t experiencing suffering at the hands of others? What about when things are going well in our lives – how do we live in faith then?
The recommendation from the elders that Bryan Jacobs and Ben Shive serve as elders of Grace Community Church has been affirmed by the congregation. Please pray for Bryan and Ben as they begin serving Grace in this ministry.
Thank you for your prayers and participation in the elder selection process.