I am delighted to have this opportunity to introduce you to Grace Chapel. Moreover, we would love for you to be a regular part of what God is doing here at Grace Chapel. To help you get to know us, this website should serve as an orientation to our church with the desire that you be drawn into our fellowship. Let me quickly tell you about us. Our name—Grace Chapel—will best tell you who we are.
Grace is God’s unmerited favour that He bestows upon undeserving sinners in Salvation. Salvation is all grace because it is all of God. Christ Himself is the embodiment of grace. He is the very life of this church. Everything in this body of believers revolves around Him. This church is His church—Christ is recognized as Lord here. He is the Alpha and Omega of our lives. He is our Saviour, our Redeemer, our everything! We are a group of people who have believed upon Christ, love Christ, follow Christ, obey Christ, and serve Christ. This describes who we are—we are all about Christ!
As a church family, we hold in common our Lord Jesus Christ. His spiritual life pulsates through our body. His truth and love knits our hearts together. Despite our many differences of family background, education, business, and social standing, we are one in Christ.
One of our goals as a church is to hold in bold relief those glorious truths commonly referred to as the “doctrines of grace.” We are reformed Baptist by conviction, a people who stand in a great line of people who have gone before us. This godly line can be traced back to the English Reformation of the sixteenth century. As with those who have gone before us, we believe in the full inspiration and authority of Scripture, salvation by grace alone, the baptism of believers only by immersion, the priesthood of believers, the eternal security of the redeemed, and more. These God-exalting truths mark our identity.
We are a church of Jesus Christ. This word “church” means, “the called out ones.” Accordingly, we are those who have been called out of darkness by the power of God into the light of His kingdom. We have been drawn by the Spirit into fellowship with Christ. We are in the world, but no longer of the world. We are the church—the called out ones.
We are a congregation who have been redeemed by Christ, who support one another in loving fellowship, and who are called out of the world to be the church of God.
Is this the kind of church of which you want to be a part? Please pray about this being your church home.