What to Expect

Q. What does worship look like during COVID?
A. We encourage everyone to wear masks and sanitize their hands regularly. We have reserved seating for our regular attenders, but have socially-distanced seats available for guests as well.

Q. What does Grace Church have for my family?
A. We love families. We are a family. We have activities planned for all members of your family. But the best way to find out what we have to offer you is to come visit us on a Sunday morning. Why don’t you come this Sunday?

Q. What will your service be like?
A. You’ll be greeted by the sounds of classical and modern hymns and contemporary worship songs. We have a variety of different instruments from piano, guitar, woodwinds, strings, percussion, and even brass instruments on occasion. You’ll be led in worship that is rich in content, musically uplifting and from the heart. The preaching will be relevant to you and straight from the Bible. Finally, you’ll find people who love God and care about each other.

Q. What should I wear?
A. Whatever makes you comfortable! God isn’t concerned about what you’re wearing on the outside; He looks at your heart. So suit yourself! At our service you will find some in blue jeans and others wearing suits. We are a diverse group of individuals and welcome all, regardless of how they are dressed!

Q. What do you have for my kids?
A. We offer warm and loving nursery care for babies and toddlers through age 3. Children of all ages are welcome in the worship service.

Q. Where do you meet?
A. We meet at 1495 Bacon Creek Road in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. We are located just 5 minutes south of downtown Elizabethtown, off of Ring Road near Central Hardin High School and only 20 minutes south of Radcliff and Fort Knox.

Q. What time do you meet?
A. Our worship service begins at 10:00 a.m. We have multiple discipleship/community groups that meet throughout the week. We also have youth discipleship on Wednesday nights at 7:00 pm and are looking to begin children’s discipleship at the same time.