Service of Prayer and Worship
First Tuesday of each Month
God declared, “My house will be called a house of prayer” (Is 56:7; Jer 7:11; Mt 21:13…) and so, in obedience to God’s declaration, we gather to pray. The service is always unique, as it is member lead. Come, bring your prayers before the Lord, lift Him up in praise and thanksgiving, confess your
sins to Him and pray for intercession on behalf of those you love.
Third Wednesday each Month
Michele Hoag leads a meditation group which is fully dedicated to helping us learn to relax a bit better, to combat the stresses of life, and to connect with God during a time of quietness and calmness.
We are a praying Church. Prayer is the basis of everything that we do. Because of this, we pray over every seat before Sunday service, pray for the petitions of our church, and have a team that prays in the pastor’s study during every service. We’d love to have you join us in this vital ministry.
For more information on any of these groups, please contact the church at communications@Come2Grace.org.
Sundays | 9:00 and 10:30 am
Learning & Activity
for elementary age children
Sundays | 4:00–6:00 pm
Sunday evening fellowship opportunity offered during the school year to children kindergarten through fifth grade.
Youth Sunday School
Sundays | 9:00–10:00 am
Sundays | 4:00–6:00 pm
A Sunday evening fellowship opportunity offered year round
to youth between sixth and
Third Thursday of Each Month
Forever Friends has been providing support and opportunities for special needs friends in the Fort Mill and surrounding areas for 10 years.
English as a Second Language E.S.L
Mondays | 9:00 am–12:00 pm
This is a special ministry that will help students with English reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.
Women's Ministry at Grace is about getting ladies together from all walks of life. A variety of events are offered throughout the year.
A Mother/Daughter Dinner is scheduled for May 3rd. The Ladies Tea is another major event that's become a wonderful tradition.
Men's Ministry at Grace
is for men of all ages.
If you are looking for ways to be involved in our church, joining one of the groups of men in Bible study or extending a hand to others or playing golf, these are all ways to fellowship, learn, serve and have fun.
the Good Guys of Grace hosted an appreciation dinner for all the women in the church in May and will host a community-wide golf tournament in October.
We are designed to live in community and fellowship with other believers. Small groups are the perfect opportunity to gatherings together in homes, the church building, or even in public places. Small groups provide time and trustworthy relationships for study, discussion, support and prayer. Join a small group today and get connected beyond Sunday morning.