When and where do you meet?

Grace Community meets at 9350 US Highway 278 East in Cullman, Al. Our church is located right across from the Jet Pep complex on Highway 278. Look for our sign on Highway 278.  We are easily reached by people from Cullman, Fairview, Holly Pond, Snead, Arab and Blountsville, etc. Our worship time is 10:30 am on Sunday mornings. We also have Wednesday evening Bible studies for students, kids and adults at 6:30 pm.

What should I wear?

Grace Community is a casual and welcoming church with a “come as you are” style. We don't have a dress code, so feel free to dress in jeans, shorts, flipflops or whatever you are comfortable in. We value people, not the clothes that they wear. So put on what you like, and make your way to Grace Community Church.

What about my kids?

Every Sunday we offer a special program for kids K5-5 grade called “Grace Kids Church” The kids join their parents in worship for the music portion of our service. They are then dismissed right before the message time to their classroom, where they will enjoy Bible teaching and fun with other kids. Every Sunday, our leaders work hard to make it a fun and exciting experience for kids to learn about the Bible. We believe that children deserve our best, so caring volunteers will make sure every kid feels welcomed and is taught that God loves him. We also have a nursery for infants-4 year olds available during the entire worship service with great leaders who will watch your children while you worship.

What is involved in the worship service?

Every week at Grace, we work hard to provide you with an exciting experience where you can connect with God through praise and worship music and solid Biblical teaching. Before the service, we have snacks and drinks available for free to everyone. Look for our Grace Café in the back of the worship center. The praise team will kick off our service with an opening worship song. The words to the music used during the service will be on the screens for you to follow. There is a welcoming time, but we will not make any of our guests stand out in any way. The welcoming is followed by more worship songs, then the message. The service usually lasts from 10:30-12 pm.

Will I be asked to give money?

At Grace, we are committed to the Biblical teaching of tithing to God, so we will receive an offering. While tithes and offerings are an important part of how we worship at Grace, we promise that we won’t hassle you for money. In fact, we would ask that you allow us to give to you on your fist visit. Any offerings you may give are completely your decision.

Will I be singled out as a guest?

We will take a moment to say "welcome" to our guests, but nothing will be done that would embarrass you. You will not be asked to stand or to say anything or otherwise be made to feel uncomfortable.