Sunday Morning Worship ~ 9:00 am Celebration, 10:30 am Classic.

Our congregation strives to be a vital, worshiping, caring and nurturing part of the body of Christ.  Diverse programs are intended to help each individual grow in faith and deepen relationships with God.  Worship is the heart of our church.  Meaningful worship experiences are enhanced by the care and creativity of our worship team and Grace’s music program.

Sunday morning Worship Services are held at 9:00 am and 10:30 am.  We are located at 9720 Highway 85 North, Highlands Ranch (or Littleton for maps), CO  80125 – just northeast of the corner at Highlands Ranch Parkway and Santa Fe.  Click here for Driving Directions.  Directions are also given on our phone/answering service at 303-798-8485.

What to expect at Grace

  • Communion:  Celebrated first Sunday of each month.  We practice “open” communion so all may participate.
  • Attire:  Most who attend worship at Grace like to dress business casual, but you will also find people who feel more comfortable in jeans.
  • Music:  At 9:00 am our music is more contemporary, led by a Celebration Band. At 10:30 am you will find traditional music led by an organ, chancel choir and bell choir.
  • Childcare:  Childcare is available for infants through 3 years old in the nursery.
  • Sunday School:  For children 4 years to 5th grade, Sunday School is available during the service throughout the school year.  Please “check your child in” BEFORE the start of the service.  You may pick up your child from the appropriate classroom after the service with your name badge.
  • Do you wear a hearing aid?  Grace has a Hearing Loop so that you can hear the service clearly.
  • Sermon PodcastsClick here to listen to sermon podcasts.

“Sing for joy to God our strength; shout aloud to the God of Jacob! ”  Psalm 81:1.

Music at Grace is an important part of worship.  Congregational singing is a key emphasis in our services and we provide a blend of the old and new.  In addition, the Chancel Choir and the GraceNote Bells provide special anthems on a regular basis.  There are also opportunities for vocal and instrumental soloists to share their talents.

Choir

Do you love to sing? Then you need to join the Chancel Choir! We sing during most worship services from September through May of each year with practices at 6:45pm on Wednesday evenings. We are also a major part of Grace's special Christmas and Easter celebrations. There is room for all vocal parts and no auditions are required - only a love of music is needed! Contact the church office at (303) 798-8485 or just show up for practice.

GraceNote Bells

The name of our church handbell ensemble is The GraceNote Bells. We meet at 6:45 pm on Thursday nights for practice, from the beginning of September through May. Performances are from October through May. Occasionally we have members who get together to practice and play for a summer worship service or special event, depending on availability - it can be a solo, duet, quartet, ensemble or the entire group that plays. We will be playing in church one Sunday of each month this coming season. We invite anyone interested in playing to join us, we will be happy to include those 6th grade through 106 years of age! Bells are easy to learn to play and although it is handy to have some knowledge of music, no musical experience is required. We do like members to commit to attending the the regular practices and performances and arrange for a sub if they cannot attend. We are friendly, accepting, and willing to work with you at your pace to help you become a happy ringer.

Hearing Loop System Installed

Hearing loop logoGrace Presbyterian Church, through our new Hearing Loop System, has taken the lead in providing hearing assistance to its members and visitors who need assistance.  To access this system your hearing aid must have a T-coil installed.  The loop creates a magnetic field that is picked up by the T-coil in the hearing aid which is converted to audible sound sent from the amplifier.  Hearing loops take the desired speech signal straight from the basic source (the microphone) and broadcast directly to the listener’s hearing aid(s).  The signal at the listener’s ears is free from distance issues, reverberation and ambient noise interference.  A hearing loop delivers “customized” sound – sound that is programmed in light of a specific individual’s hearing loss.[/fusion_text][/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

Walking alongside one another on life's journey as disciples of Jesus Christ through music, worship, prayer and praise.