When are your services?
We offer two Sunday morning services. We gather at 9:00 AM and at 10:45 AM. The 9:00 AM Worship Gathering will be streamed online at graceccnc.org for any who are unable to attend in person.
How long are the services?
Both Sunday morning services at Grace typically lasts 1 hour and 20 minutes.
What should I wear?
We want you to dress comfortably. Many people at Grace wear jeans, shorts, business casual, Sunday best, etc. Wear what you want. You will fit in and be welcomed no matter how you dress.
How do I get to Grace Community Church?
Our address is 2160 Harnett Central Road, Angier, NC. We are located in the northern part of Harnett County and have families from Fuquay-Varina, Holly Springs, Willow Spring, Angier, Coats, Lillington, Buies Creek, and Dunn to name a few. Grace is 45 minutes from Raleigh, Fayetteville, Sanford, and Smithfield.
Where do I go?
When you arrive on campus, you will find a parking lot in the front and on the right side of the building. Additional parking in the grass is located on the left side of the building. Our entrance has two sets of glass double doors located in the front of the building. Our entrance and facility are easily accessible for wheelchairs.
Where do my children go?
The Grace Community Kids check-in is immediately in front of you as you walk in. Our children's ministry serves infants to 5th grade. 3rd-5th graders will accompany their parents to the service and will be dismissed during the greeting time. When you arrive at the check-in, you'll be asked to register your child. Your child's security is of the utmost importance to us and we take this job very seriously.
What is Grace's style of worship?
One of our core values is participatory worship - this means that we value and practice meaningful worship through music when we gather together. This is not a performance by a few, but a heartfelt response by all to the magnificence of God. Our worship gatherings are Christ-centered, God-honoring, culturally relevant, creative, innovative, and grounded in Christian heritage, but not blindly tied to church tradition.