You Are Welcome Here
In-Person Worship Sundays at 9:30 a.m.
Beginning Sunday, July 5, there will be ONE in-person, outdoor service on the Grace Covina campus at 9:30 a.m. This service will be combined Traditional/Contemporary worship, and will have the following restrictions:
- We vehemently suggest that those who are ill or exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 or who have been exposed to the virus in the previous 14 days NOT attend worship.
- We strongly suggest that those who are over 65 years of age, have underlying health conditions, or come in regular contact with the previous 2 groups NOT attend worship.
- Those who choose to join in worship shall maintain social distancing, wear a mask or face covering and bring their own chair to worship.
- We will provide hand sanitizer and urge you to wash your hands prior to and after worship.
- We will not be having any fellowship time before or after worship.
These measures are in place for your protection and because the potential for the virus to be spread and the danger of COVID-19 remains high despite the loosening of quarantine restrictions.
Fourth Sunday after Pentecost- June 28, 2020
Grace is a family of believers who gather in the name of Jesus Christ to experience God's love and acceptance through each other. Our intimate community is one where all are welcome, all are accepted, all are filled, and all are sent out to give as they have received.
Grace is not a place for those who feel they have found everything they need regarding their faith journey. The people of Grace feel that we are on a journey that is always progressing. We feel that we are called to walk together, as no one should ever have to walk alone. So no matter where you are in your personal journey, no matter what you believe, how sure or unsure you are, no matter where you feel your place in life is, you are always welcome at Grace.
Grace is a community of support and a community of strength. We gather to help one another through the rough times and to celebrate good times. Our community prays for one another. It is part of our duty as people of faith to lift up each other's joys and sorrows. We offer to each other what God has so greatly blessed us with - ourselves, our time, our possessions - all signs of God's gracious love.