We would love for you to connect to us! You can do that here on our website. We have announcements of services and events, church information and past sermons and services for listening online or for downloading. You may also connect to our Facebook Page at facebook.com/gcbcky
. If you forget that address, just click the Facebook icon at the bottom right of each website page. Facebook requires you have an account to visit our page.
When visiting our church, the Connect Cards in the backs of the pews are for you! We would appreciate you taking a moment to fill out the Connect Card in the backs of the pews so that we may have a record of your visit. We also welcome you to fill out the cards with any prayer requests you have so we are able to serve you by praying for those needs. When you are done filling out the card, hold onto it until the offering plates are passed. Place the card - and nothing else - into the offering plate.
If you would like to become a member of Grace Community Baptist Church - fantastic! We have three ways to indicate your interest in becoming a member. First is to mark a Connect Card and drop it in the offering plate. Second is to either call the church office at 502 361-2911 (Monday through Friday between 9am and 3pm) or email the church secretary at . Third is to talk to our Pastor, Donnie, during the closing song at the end of the worship service. At your earliest convenience, he will set up an appointment with you to discuss church membership.
We hope you plan on visiting Grace Community Baptist Church on Sunday morning so we can connect with you soon.
If you have children who are newborn to age two, we have a fully-staffed nursery available downstairs. If you have children age 3 through third grade, they may go downstairs to KidsWorship after the Children's Sermon. In either case, your child will be assigned a number, which will display on the screen to the left of the stage should your child need assistance. If it will be your child's first time in KidsWorship, please accompany him or her downstairs to assist in his process when the children are dismissed from the adult service.