Special Services and Rites

Grace would love to support you in the milestones of life and faith.

White Wedding Cake

Weddings

The service of Christian marriage is one of the most significant rites in a couple’s life.  Everyone at Grace wishes to extend every possible assistance to you so that your wedding will be a truly memorable, spiritual and meaningful celebration.

Interested in getting married at Grace? 

First, click here to read our wedding policies. 

Then, contact Amber Davis to schedule your wedding!

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Memorials and Funerals

The resurrection of Jesus Christ as comfort and support while celebrating the life of the deceased is our focus. We us uplifting strength of worship, family and friends can find the renewal of Christian faith, hope and love to sustain them in time of grief.

 

The distinction between a funeral service and a memorial service is whether the casket will be present.

  • A funeral is conducted with the casket present

  • It is not present during a memorial service

 

In either type of service, the emphasis is in providing an uplifting celebration of God’s power over death through scripture readings, prayer and music.

If you would like to hold a service at Grace or need a pastor to preside at a graveside service, please contact Amber Davis in the office.

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Sacrements

Baptism

I baptize you with water, but He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit. -Mark 1:8

 

The Sacrament of Baptism expresses God’s love and grace, which is free to all. In the baptism service, Grace vows to embrace your children and be with them in their faith walk. Parents are required to meet with Rev. Walker prior to their child’s baptism.  To schedule yours or your child’s baptism, or to ask more questions, please contact Amber Davis.

Communion

We believe that the table of the Lord is open to all who are present, regardless of age, ability, or church membership—all are welcome to join in the offering of communion. Communion is offered each first Sunday.