What Time Do Services Start?
Our worship service starts at 10:30 on Sunday morning.
Where is your Church?
Temporarily we meet at the Georgetown Optimist Club
8260 IN-64, Georgetown, IN.
We are currently renovating our new home,
located next to 812 Pizza and El Nopal!
What Happens In A Service?
Our service lasts about 1.5 hours so you will be out by noon.
At our transition location we sing songs with the help of an acoustic guitar. (When we move to our new location we will have a full band)
In between some songs we read scripture and pray.
Currently, Pastor Ryan is preaching through Romans
and the sermon lasts anywhere from 35-45 minutes.
We then close the service with a song.
What Do I Wear?
You may wear whatever you want. Some will dress in
business casual and others will wear jeans and a t-shirt.
A tie is a rare sight at Grace Fellowship, but no one will
look at you weird if you wear one.
What is most important to remember is that God
looks at your heart, not your clothes.
What Do My Kids Do?
If your kids are preschool age and under,
after you check them in they can go with our amazing
childrens volunteers to play and learn more about God.
If your kids are elementary age we have activity sheets
to interact with during the service.
How Do I Get To Church?
During our transition we are meeting at the Georgetown Optimist Club which is located at 8260 IN-64, Georgetown, IN 47122, right across the street from Village House Coffee.
Once remodeling is done our home for the future is the past home of Family Dollar, next to El Nopal at Georgetown Plaza.
How Big Is Your Church?
Currently we have anywhere from 30-45 people attend on Sunday's. However, we expect that number to increase in the near future. Either way, we have plenty of room for your family.
Will I Be Asked To Give Money?
We have a time for our members and regular attenders to give cheerfully with a thankful heart toward God who provides in every way. If you are visiting please do not feel obligated to give.
Do you have coffee? Yes
Can I help with anything? Sure, while in transition we have to set up and tear down. If you want to help put things away and clean for the next group, we won't stop you.