the homecoming

A Letter From Pastor Bill - oct 9, 2020

Dear Grace of Christ Family,

“I was glad when they said to me, ‘Let us go to the house of the LORD!’” (Psalm 122.1)

It was a refreshing time of worship this past Sunday.  We had a limited group join us in the Sanctuary.  I now look forward to more joining us this Sunday, October 11th and subsequent Sundays going forward.  Make your plans to join us by registering at

We are limited to 50 people in the sanctuary, but will have the gym available as well.  Doors will open at 9:30am at the South entrance.  You will make your way to the sign-in table by the coffee bar, and given instructions.  

We are also providing an FM transmission for anyone who would prefer to stay in their vehicle in the church parking lot.  Set your FM dial to:  105.1 FM
  • As we continue to move forward as a church in more uncharted territory, I am encouraging everyone to practice GRACE and FLEXIBILITY.  We are in this together.  We are learning together.  We are growing together.  We may be in uncharted territory, but God is guiding us as we navigate through these uncertain times.
  • With this Sunday being our first all Church indoor service since Covid19 first caused us to close down, we will be celebrating Communion together.  The elements will be provided at the registration table for those in attendance.  If you are at home, have your bread and juice ready to participate with us.  If you are in your vehicle, someone will be bringing you the elements.
  • Sunday, October 18th, is Missions Sunday.  We will have an opportunity to hear from Joshua Tsavatewa, someone we just began supporting financially.  Joshua serves Native Americans in White Swan with Sacred Road Ministries.  I look forward to getting to know him in the future.  Be in prayer for Josh as he shares the Gospel with us on the 18th, and as he continues to share hope to Native Americans.

Because of Christ, and in His Grace,
Pastor Bill