The Divine Invitation

“You’re invited…”

Getting an invitation feels great. When we hear that something special is happening, and that someone thinks enough of us to tell us that we belong there... that's a pretty good feeling, isn't it?

And what if it’s not an invitation for a one-time event, but something much bigger: a way of living. One that’s not just good for us, for our own souls, but good for the world. And what if that “someone” is God Himself? 

In our Fall teaching series, The Divine Invitation, we’ll follow Jesus through the Scriptures as he trains his disciples – and us – for lives of incredible beauty and impact. Come join us!

Consider yourself invited....

First time here?

If you're unfamiliar with protestant church services or Christian worship, here's a description of what you can expect....

All of our services are a little over an hour long.
We start with a time of singing together as a congregation, with music that varies in style across our locations. Most of our worship is upbeat and modern, though the 9:15am service in Lexington features more traditional music. We also offer an acoustic-style venue in the Courtyard venue at our Lexington campus.

We're led in times of prayer and reflection by a pastor.
Prayer helps us orient our hearts and minds towards God. It's an important part of our Sunday morning experience. 

We take an offering. 
Our offering goes to support our church and the work of our ministry partners. If it's your first time at Grace Chapel, take a moment to fill out a Connection Card, and let that be your offering.

We hear a sermon.
Our sermons are about 25 minutes long, and are thought-provoking and relevant; we hope they inspire you and provide practical guidance for the rest of your week. You can hear past sermons online to get a sense for what our teaching is like. Most Sundays, our entire church hears the same message, which is delivered in Lexington and simultaneously streamed via video feed to our other locations. 

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