A Presbyterian Church in Asheboro, North Carolina
Grace Fellowship Life
Wednesday Evening Bible Study NOW in Person!
We are now meeting in person at the church at 7 pm.
On Wednesday evening, we will begin a series on growing in grace and faith by Paul David Tripp called How People Change. This is Tripp’s flagship series. You do not want to miss it!
If you are participating with us, please go through Lesson 2 , “So , You’re Married to Christ” in the Study Guide, pp. 17-28. If you missed the video presentation, please come at 6:30 for a rescreening.
Please make plans to join us!
Easter at Lake Lucas
Thank you to all who were able to attend and participate. Please join us every Sunday at 10:30am.
Sunday Morning Adult Bible Study
Please join us at 9:30 as we continue our Study, Let the Church Be the Church.
Sunday Morning Activities Restarting April 11
Beginning April 11, we will have Children’s Sunday School and Adult Bible Study at 9:30am at the church. We will not yet begin serving breakfast for the time being.
Worship During COVID-19
Our worship service will be abbreviated. No food will be served because of the danger of spreading COVID-19. Social distancing will be observed.
We ask that you wear masks for the sake of the most vulnerable among us. If you choose not to wear a mask, we will have a special seating area designated. We ask that you do not get up and move about the sanctuary. We will have masks and hand sanitizer available. Due to social distancing requirements you will notice that the chairs in the sanctuary are arranged in such a fashion as to keep families at least 6 feet apart. We ask that you observe this social distancing and not sit any closer than 6 feet other than when sitting with members of your own immediate family.
For those who wear masks and are concerned, please be aware that there will be some present who are not wearing masks
TO SEE GOD'S KINGDOM COME IN OUR LIVES, OUR CITY, AND OUR GENERATION.
Grace Fellowship is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) one of the fastest growing associations of churches in the United States. All PCA churches hold to the Bible alone as their source of spiritual authority as summarized in The Westminster Confession of Faith and Westminster Shorter and Larger Catechisms. Below, you will find seven of our core doctrines.