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Welcome to Grace
GBC exists to share the love of Christ through the word of truth with the people of Gainesville

We have a passion to systematically preach and teach the full counsel of God (Acts 20:27), and instill a passion in our members for the word of God. We want to share a passion for the word of God through verse by verse expository preaching which does not lose sight of the broader context of Scripture. Put simply, we want to study the bible to understand it as it was written, then explain it, and encourage one another to apply it in our lives.

What We Teach

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We want all the people who God will bring to us. We are not focused on any particular age or demographic. We want to be a reflection of worship in Heaven where there will be people from every tribe, tongue, and nation.

About GBC

WORSHIP AT GRACE

Our weekly services take part at the GACAR conference room, Gainesville. You’re always welcome to join us.  If you want to introduce yourself beforehand, feel free to get in touch.

Coffee and Fellowship

10:00am

Come and join us for an informal coffee and a chat every week before the service kicks off. It’s a great chance to meet the folks of Grace Bible Church.

Sunday Morning Service

10:30am – 12:00pm

Our weekly Sunday morning service is a chance to meet, worship and grow together as we study God’s Word.

Where to find us

Articles:  Are You Growing in Christ?

How do we know we are growing in Christ? Many times, we ask this question thinking only of our personal walk with the Lord, but the Apostle Paul answers this question in the context of the body of Christ. He writes:

Therefore I, the prisoner of the Lord, implore you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling with which you have been called, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, showing tolerance for one another in love, being diligent to preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace (Eph 4:1–3).

Due to limitations of our language, one might not recognize in verse one that Paul addresses the entire church at Ephesus using the second person plural (translated “you”). In the South, this pronoun could be translated “y’all” while Californians might say “you guys.” In other words, Paul implored the entire church to walk in a manner worthy of their calling. In doing so, he called everyone to do the same as individuals. However, we must not miss the overall context of the church. God intends for the Christian to grow within the framework of the body of Christ. Therefore, the Christian who does not spend regular time with the body cannot grow. Read more

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Joining a new community can be daunting. If there's anything we can do to help you get to know us at GBC, or any way in which we can pray for you, then get in touch!