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16 Reasons to come
#BackToChurch
in 2016

Counting down from 16

Reason #1 – We were meant to follow Jesus together

What’s the point of church, anyway? I can worship God just fine on a beach or in the woods. I can read my Bible and pray at home. I can be a good person everyday without ever once setting foot in a church building. Isn’t it just filled with hypocrites and sinners anyway?

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Reason #2 – We all need God

Consumed by the rat race, I was missing the most important moments in life. I was missing my children growing up. I was missing dating my wife, who was becoming more of a business partner than a soul mate. My priorities were askew, I was making work my god.

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Reason #4 – You can come as you are

Think about that for a minute. Think about the nastiest, most rotten thing you’ve ever done. Maybe you’re the only one who knows about it. God saw that whole scene play out in 4K hi def before it ever happened.

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Reason #6 – Church isn’t like it used to be

Wear your Sunday best. Put on your “church smile.” Make sure no one takes your seat. Sing the same old songs. Try to stay awake during the message. That Sunday routine is probably a familiar one for many people.

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Reason #7 – Church is good for families

We are surrounded by stories. When you’re little, it can be hard to differentiate between story and truth. As a little girl, Cinderella was my favorite story, and I was convinced that I, too, could find a prince charming and become a princess with my very own castle.

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Reason #8 – The music is amazing

Bruno Mars, Coldplay, All Sons & Daughters, and John Denver. What do these acts have in common? Well only one of them is scheduled for the big halftime show, so that’s not it—though if they could get John Denver to do a song or two, that would be pretty amazing.

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Sound, Biblical Teaching

Sound, Biblical Teaching

We believe in the authority of the Bible. All of our teaching and preaching is focused on integrating the truth of God’s Word into our daily lives.
Contemporary Worship Music

Contemporary Worship Music

There are great new worship songs being written every day—some of them by our very own worship leaders! In the musical portion of our service you’ll hear not only some of the great hymns of our heritage, but many new and wonderful songs of praise and worship to God.
Engaging Children's Programs

Engaging Children's Programs

In Kids’ Celebration (KC), your child will benefit from music, teaching, and activities that are geared just for them. Our teachers and helpers are passionate about helping kids develop a life-long personal relationship with Jesus. Every week, we work to offer a safe, secure, and loving environment for your child.
FAQs

Sometimes it’s nice to get a few questions answered BEFORE you show up on Sunday morning.

Here’s a list of some of the questions we get asked the most by newcomers.

What should I wear?
After you sit down at Grace, take a look down your aisle. You’ll see folks dressed in ties and skirts sitting next to people in shorts and tank tops. There’s no formal dress code—no need to dress to impress. Feel free to wear the clothes you feel appropriate for a worship service.
Do I need to get there early?
If you have young children, and you’d like to drop them off in our Kids’ Celebration (KC) area for the service, we suggest that you plan to arrive 10-15 minutes early to get through that process smoothly. If you don’t need to stop in KC, there’s no need to plan to arrive early, although you’re more than welcome to get there ahead of time and check things out.
How long do services last?
On average, our services are just over an hour long. The sermon portion lasts about 35 minutes with congregational worship music before and after.
Will I be asked to give money?
In each of our services, we receive an offering. This gives people who call Grace Fellowship their home church a chance to give back to God from the blessings He’s given them. While you’re certainly welcome to give, this element in our service is intended more for our “regulars” and members. There’s never any pressure to give. Your presence is a gift in itself!
Can I stay for more than one service?
This is an easy one. Sure you can!
Plan a visit to one of our locations this weekend

Latham

20 Delatour Road, Watervliet, NY 12189 – Get Directions
Grace Latham is the original and largest Grace Fellowship congregation. At Latham, there are literally hundreds of places to get “plugged-in” to church life. Join a bible study, help with a service project, or take a class. We do our best to make a big congregation feel a little bit smaller. Learn more about Grace Latham.

Halfmoon

1 Enterprise Ave, Clifton Park, NY 12065 – Get Directions
Our Halfmoon congregation is constantly opening new doors in ministry. Whether it’s creative elements in the Sunday service, or bold and exciting mid-week classes, there’s always something interesting going on. Learn more about Grace Halfmoon.

Greenbush

73 Troy Rd, Suite 1A, East Greenbush, NY 12061 – Get Directions
Grace Greenbush provides the smallest and most intimate setting of any of our locations. If the idea of a smaller, cozier congregation appeals to you, spend some time with our Grace Greenbush family. We’ll make you feel right at home. Learn more about Grace Greenbush.

Saratoga

165 High Rock Ave, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 – Get Directions
Grace Saratoga is the newest Grace Fellowship location, but we’re growing up fast. There’s a vibe of humility and joy when our congregation comes together. Whether we’re singing in worship or serving in the community, there’s no denying that God is at work through His church in Saratoga. Learn more about Grace Saratoga.

Have more questions? Just ask.

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