COVID-19 Info & Response

last updated 5/17/2020


We aren't afraid, and we don't want you to be, either.  God is still in control, and this virus has not taken Him by surprise. 


We are navigating uncharted territory.   We've never faced a situation like this, so bear with us!  Things are changing rapidly, so we'll update you as we know more.

  • WHAT WE ARE DOING:

    • Sunday services will be held online in the short term.  The service begins at 10:45.  Click here to join in.   If you miss it, the message will be available on our home page later in the day.
    • We will take communion weekly.  Communion elements are available during food drive drop off times.  Contact info@trygrace.com for other arrangements.
    • Our children's ministry curriculum will be made available to our Impact Kids families each Sunday after the message through our our Impact Kids Ministry Facebook group. 
    • All bible studies, small groups,  and twelveone meetings have moved to  online forums.  Zoom meeting IDs are listed in our Weekly Update.  Contact info@trygrace.com for more info.
    • Grace Church Preschool is closed until further notice.  June summer camps have been canceled.
    • We are collecting food items, baby supplies, and hygiene products for Raleigh Dream Center.  Check our Grace Church Facebook group or the Weekly Update for drop off times.
    • We are hosting a daily zoom meeting for our Grace Family to check in with each other and keep connected.  Join us for a few minutes or the entire time.  The meeting is daily from 8:30 - 9:00 pm.  Zoom Meeting ID can be found in the Grace Weekly Update, or email info@trygrace.com.
    • WEDTalks Marriage Conference will be rescheduled at a later date.
    • We will continue to adjust the course as things develop.
  • WHAT YOU CAN DO:

    • Don't give in to fear.  Instead, arm yourself with facts from reliable sources like the National Institutes of Health,  the CDC, NC Department of Health & Human Services, and the Wake County Health Department.
    • Pray.  Pray for healing for those affected, for protection for all, especially those in the high-risk groups and medical professionals, and for the peace and love of God to cast out fear.
    • Reach out.  Check on each other.  Let us know if you have a need.  We are still here to serve.  Click here to submit a prayer request.
    • Continue to support the church prayerfully and financially.  
    • Support the food drive efforts to help those in need
    • Consider giving to the Hope Fund to prepare for the financial needs that many will be facing in the aftermath of this crisis.

  • Remember that God is sovereign, and He is in control.   His plans for us are good (Jeremiah 29:11).  We can have peace in this storm because He is with us!