New to Grace?

We’re glad you found Grace! If you are new to our church or just checking out our website, we invite you onto our “front porch.” Feel free to spend some time exploring our community and programs. And then… come on in! We were all new once. Help us remember what it was like by asking all the tough questions and giving us your honest feedback. Your input could make all the difference in a someone’s life! If you would like more information about our church or have a specific question or comment, please e-mail us at:

What Do I Wear?

What to wear should never be an issue when you are thinking about attending worship services at Grace! God isn’t worried about what you wear, and neither are we. All of our services have a causal element to them, so suits and ties are not necessary — jeans are fine! Seahawk game day? Wear your blue and green — you won’t be alone!

Communion @ Grace

We invite and encourage everyone to participate in Communion regardless of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, politics, or any other divisive marker assigned by the world. God envisions humanity and all of creation filled with life. That happens most fully when we experience the unconditional love of God in community. Holy Communion is a tangible way by which we are connected to God and one another. We hope that ALL – and ALL means ALL – join in participating in this meaningful feast of God’s love and grace.

What We Believe

  • God is real.
  • Everyone matters to God.
  • Human beings are created in the image of God.
  • All human beings have sinned and fall short of God’s holy perfection.
  • In divine compassion, Jesus Christ became the bridge between a holy God and a fallen humanity.
  • Human lives are saved by God’s grace through faith alone, not human actions, abilities or achievements.
  • God is Triune: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
  • God created everything in the universe.
  • Jesus Christ was fully God and fully human.
  • Jesus Christ is the one and only Son of God.
  • Jesus Christ lived (incarnation), died (crucifixion), and overcame death (resurrection).
  • Jesus Christ is the way, the truth, and the life.
  • The Holy Spirit is God’s real and active presence in the world.
  • The Bible is the inspired and authoritative Word of God.
  • The church is the communal expression of Christ’s presence in the world.
  • God has a particular concern for the physically and spiritually impoverished. So should we.
  • The church should be relevant to today’s culture and reverent to its historical foundations.
  • All of God’s people–regardless of background, gender, ethnicity, or age–are gifted for ministry.

Most of all…we believe that God’s arms of love and grace are wide open for you!