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Welcome!

Thanks for taking the time to learn more about us. We hope you discover that Grace Crossing is a great place to meet new friends, find needed encouragement and discover God’s plan for you. We are a diverse community of people who have encountered Jesus Christ and are learning to live a new life for the glory of God. We hope you’ll join us at a Sunday worship gathering. You’ll learn we’re not perfect; but fortunately, we’ve been saved by the One Who is.

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Sundays at Grace Crossing

Come As You Are

If there’s one place where you can take off the mask, let down your guard, and just be yourself, it’s church. We’re a community of grace, where nobody is perfect and everybody depends on God and each other to live better each day than the day before.

Worship Gatherings

9am Contemporary A Cappella
11am Contemporary Worship Band

Bible Classes

Bible Classes for all ages: 10:10am

 Where?

We are located on FM1488 Rd, just west of I-45, across from Valero and behind the Parc Woodland apartments.

Therefore, we are ambassadors for Christ, God making his appeal through us. We implore you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God.

II Corinthians 5:20


OUR MISSION

Honor God by connecting people
to a grace-filled relationship with Jesus.

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We strive to provide an atmosphere of Worship and praise, with a meaningful celebration of the Lord's Supper and excellent preaching that is both biblical and relevant to the needs of others. John 4:23-4 Romans 12:1-2.

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Develop people into Christ-like maturity and devotion to one another. Spiritual Mentoring – Helping others through life's transitions. Matthew 28:19-20 John 15:1-17 Acts 2:42.

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Attract & lead people to saving faith in Jesus & abundant living. Acts 2:43-47 Ephesians 4:1-16.

 

SERVE

Missions is more than just a one-time event or an experience; rather missions is a lifestyle. This means that in our homes, neighborhoods, schools, work places and in every other area of our lives, we are to carry ourselves as ministers of reconciliation (2 Corinthians 5:18-20; 1 Peter 2:4-9). So, whether it is engaging our neighbors or co-workers, or going to serve those who live in the uttermost parts of the world, those experiences are tools to help us live out missional living with other members of the church.

Serving Our Community

The goal of a minister of reconciliation is to restore man and creation to a right relationship with the Lord. The primary way we serve our city is through each of our members engaging all areas of their lives with purpose and intentionality as God has called them. Second, the Church as a whole has been called to seek the good of the city (Jeremiah 29: 5-8). We seek the welfare of the city by focusing our corporate missions efforts on improving the health, safety, education and commercial opportunities available within the city.

Whether it be Montgomery County Food Bank, which focuses on providing food for families, or our Assistance Ministry which focuses on stewardship of financial resources, each of our ministries and events are designed to strengthen these pillars of society.

Serving Our World

While we believe “missions” is a lifestyle, we recognize that we are called to engage and serve all the peoples of the world.
He has given us a love for the nations and for His Name. We understand full well that God is glorified in our love and unity (Ephesians 4:1-6; John 13:34-35) and that it is Jesus who we want to be famous (Philippians 2:9-11). So, because we are not after glorifying Grace Crossing, we partner and support people and organizations that God is already using all around the world.

SERMON SERIES

The Gospel of Mark Sermon Series

Grace Crossing Church
105 FM 1488, Conroe, TX 77384
Phone: 936.442.5700
info@gracecrossing.net
 
Instagram: gracecrossingtx

 

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June 15-17 • 6–8pm

Ever wonder what Jesus was like as a kid? His mom, Mary can sure tell some stories…like about His incredible birth, or the time the family traveled to Jerusalem for Passover. And wait ‘til you hear what the neighbors in Nazareth thought of the Carpenter’s son! Your kids are about to get the “behind-the-scenes” stories, straight from Mary!

When God sent Jesus to earth, it wasn’t as a king who lived in a palace, surrounded by servants and wealth. Jesus grew up in a small town, the son of a common carpenter. As kids hear Mary share about Jesus, they’ll discover that God’s Son faced many of the same things we do today, and understands the hard things we go through.