We have an ASL interpreter at our 10:45AM service! To be directed to the best seat for this, please first go to our Connect table on the North end of the Sanctuary foyer. You will be guided from there. You can also email Shannon Groce for more information!
A new "Parallel the Pastor" class begins Sunday, August 22nd, in Henderson Hall at 9:00am! Join the Hubbards & Hursts in a weekly gathering paralleling Brent's study through Exodus. Let's sharpen our skills together as we personally study and then discuss with each other each Sunday's sermon passage - then hear it preached by Pastor Brent at 10:45am. All the fun of small group discussion sharing our own discoveries before we hear it taught! If you are a newer believer or a seasoned saint looking to rekindle a greater love for the Lord in this season, bring your Bible, and sign up here. For further questions contact Keith at email@example.com.
Women, join us for a study in 1 Corinthians: "Living at the Crossroads: Where Christ and Culture Meet"! We have three different meeting options for you to choose from, each with a $15 material fee. For those attending Tuesday nights or Wednesday lunches, we ask that you consider giving a donation of $25/semester to help cover food costs.
Tuesday Night Group // 6-7:30pm Location: Henderson Hall Discussion & Lecture Dinner included Childcare available - registration required Materials Cost: $15 Meal Contribution Suggested: $25 per semester
Wednesday Morning Group // 9:30-11:00am Location: Henderson Hall Discussion & Lecture Coffee served Materials Cost: $15 Childcare available with registration
Wednesday Lunch Group // 12:05-12:55pm Location: Henderson Hall Discussion Only - Lecture available online Sandwich Lunch Provided No Childcare Materials Cost: $15 Meal Contribution Suggested: $25 per semester
6th - 12th students, we will kick-off our Wednesday night hangouts September 15th with worship, discipleship, and fun! Make sure you are up-to-date on Refuge events and please sign up for text announcements: text "@gbcst" to the number 81010.
When: December 5th at 10:45am Location: Kids Building Room 200 RSVP here
Baptism is one of the most profound and meaningful steps that a person takes in their relationship with God. The church throughout history, however, has had several different teachings about what baptism is and who should take part in it. This has led to a degree of confusion and even frustration for many regarding this beautiful and meaningful sacrament. We believe this step is so important that we want to take time to reflect on what baptism is and why Jesus commanded his followers to do it.
We have several avenues through which people can pursue baptism at Grace Bible Church. You can attend a baptism class, which are offered every month, meet with an elder, or meet with a member of our staff. To pursue baptism by meeting an elder, you can e-mail our elders here. To pursue baptism by meeting with a member of our staff, you can e-mail our staff here. To attend our class on 12/5 at 10:45am, sign up here.
When: December 4th Where: We won’t know our exact spot until closer to the date but typically somewhere around TJR elementary school. What: Parade starts at 6:30pm. Those wishing to walk should plan on arriving at the float around 5:30. The Christmas parade is one of the best parts of living in a town like Nacogdoches and it’s a small way to love our community and let them see happy people that love them and love the Lord. We need: - people to help construct the float - people to ride on the float and wave - people to ride on the float and restock those that are walking with candy - people to walk and smile and hand out candy
Formally commit yourself before the church to "bring [your child] up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord" (Ephesians 6:4b) and to allow the church body to commit itself to you // Sign up at gracebiblechurch.com
Seminar- “The Art of Biblical Hospitality”- Josh Coe
When: January 16th & 23rd
When: January 16th & 23rd, 10:45am Where: Henderson Hall What: Biblical hospitality means "love to strangers," and this strange love is a defining characteristic of Christ's church. Join us as we consider how to love the strangers and neighbors around us sacrificially and sustainably, as we ourselves were loved when we were strangers and enemies of God.