COVID-19 Protocol on Sundays:
Service Time Options
Anderson Campus: 9am & 11am
Creekside Campus: 9am & 11am
Southwood Campus: 9am & 11am
Grace Online: 9am & 11am
We have seen considerable improvement since January in terms of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, and we are pleased that the three approved vaccines are increasing in their availability. We are also celebrating the fact that we seem to be returning to "normal." In an effort to be good citizens in our own community, we are requesting that all those who attend our services wear a mask upon entering and exiting our facilities. Those who attend in-person are free to remove their masks after being seated if they desire. We will continue to seat all worshippers appropriately distanced from one another during our services, and we will provide masks for those who forget to bring one.
Grace Bible Church uses two streaming platforms: YouTube (@gracebibletx) or Church Online (live.grace-bible.org). The content on both streams is the same, while the difference is in the viewing experience.
Live.grace-bible.org provides us the opportunity to interact as a congregation. We can chat, pray, link directly to our website, view sermon notes, questions, and other announcements. If you’re more accustomed to streaming from YouTube on your Smart TV, don’t worry, we’re still here! The service will appear on our channel when the stream begins.
Grace Kids COVID-19 Protocol
At each campus, we ask anyone entering and exiting our campuses, who are kindergarten age and older, to wear a face covering. In preparation for Sundays, we ask you to register your child(ren) at a specific campus. We offer Sunday morning programming for children infant-6th grade. Registration opens at the beginning of each week and can be found on our Grace Kids page. We have set caps in each class to help with social distancing & offer several sanitizing stations around each campus. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to Grace Kids staff.
We’re looking forward to worshiping together on Sundays, and are thankful for a church that still gathers despite the circumstances.