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Grace meets for worship on Sundays at 9:30 a.m. at our church building at 200 N. Main St. (Rt. 47) in Elburn.  Parking is in the rear of the building.

The worship service follows a traditional Presbyterian order of worship.  There is a formal call to worship, the singing of hymns, a prayer of confession of sin and the pronouncement of assurance of God’s forgiveness in Christ, a sermon preached on a passage from the Bible, the partaking of the Lord’s Supper, the collection of an offering and a benediction.  The Lord’s Supper is served every Sunday morning.
The service is focused on Jesus Christ.  The Bible plays a prominent role in the worship service.  The preaching is Christ-centered, expository preaching, meaning that the preaching moves through books of the Bible, section by section.  The current Sunday morning sermon series is on the book of James.  The singing in worship consists of hymns sung by the congregation.  We hope that you will find our worship service characterized by joyful reverence.  Coffee and refreshments are served after the service.

At 11:20 a.m. we have Sunday school classes for all ages.

On Sunday evenings we meet at 5:30 in the fellowship hall of the church for a more informal time of singing hymns and a Bible study.  The current Sunday evening study is on the book of Acts.  The study does not meet on the last Sunday of the month.
Different mid-week Bible studies meet throughout the year.  Grace also has a high school youth group that meets throughout the year for service activities and fellowship.

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Grace is part of the the Orthodox Presbyterian denomination. Information about the Orthodox Presbyterian Church can be found by visiting denomination’s website (http://opc.org).  Grace’s support and involvement in missions is done primarily through the denomination’s Foreign and Home Missions programs.