Welcome to Grace

We look forward to seeing you!

We at Grace Presbyterian Church would like to warmly welcome you to visit us. We invite you to join us for Sunday school at 9:00 a.m. and Worship at 10:00 a.m. every Sunday. (Note: Sunday school is on vacation until September.) From September through May, we also have a Wednesday evening service at 6:00 p.m., followed by adult, youth and children's classes from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. We are located in the heart of St. Charles County, near the intersection of Highway N and Highway K. Click here for directions.

When you arrive, please take advantage of the visitor’s parking in the front parking lot. If you are unsure where to head next, there will be greeters available at the front entrance to assist you and get you pointed in the right direction.

If you would like further information before your visit, please call the church office at (636) 926-2955. We look forward to meeting you!

What if I've never been to church before?

If you’ve never been to church before (or haven’t been in a long time) and fear that you won’t know what to do, how to act, or what to say…don’t worry. The order of the service will be listed in the bulletin you receive when you come in and we will also display the current songs or readings on the video screens in the sanctuary.

You can expect music, some prayers, some readings (the congregation’s part is always in bold print) and some teaching from the Scriptures. You should always feel the freedom to participate actively in our worship or to just listen and observe at your discretion. Chances are there will be others who are at a similar place in their journey, and the people here at Grace Church are committed to helping you feel welcome.

What should I wear?

Our worship is made acceptable to God because we come in the name of Jesus, and not because of what we wear. You will see some people wearing suits, and you will see others wearing blue jeans—but whichever you choose, you will be received and welcomed into our community.

What is your style of worship?

We try not to put too much emphasis on worship style–since we believe that God is glorified by all styles of music if they are focused on Him, and offered as worship in “spirit and truth.” We use hymns written in the 12th century, we use music written in the past couple of months—and we use everything in between. God raises up people in every generation who create texts and music that bring him glory—and we believe that we benefit from drawing upon all of those resources in our worship.

But that doesn’t mean that our worship is haphazard. Each service has a theme drawn from the week’s Scripture passage, and we pick songs, prayers, and readings that lead us to reflect and worship God around that theme. We do this, because we believe that everything we do in worship–whether singing, praying, or hearing from the Scriptures–is a vital part of our relationship with God, and therefore should be woven together in a meaningful way during our service. You can read our in-depth discussion on worship for more information.