We are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and will be posting frequent updates here.
We’re so grateful to the Lord for His continued goodness and divine intervention as he has promised to be with us in all circumstances and situations (Psalm 46:1–3). While there continue to be challenges related to this global pandemic, we are encouraged as we see many positive signs that we are returning to some form of normalcy.
This week, Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced there will be a carefully thought-out, methodical process for reopening Texas businesses beginning May 1. Many of you have asked, “How does the governor’s recent announcement affect Grace Church? When will we begin meeting together again at our campus? When will we get to go to church?”
We want to honor and respect our governmental authorities and the advice of noted medical experts as to when it is safe to return to corporate worship. We also want to be cautious as to when we begin meeting in person, so we can avoid any setbacks.
For now, we plan to continue holding our Grace services online only for the next few weeks. We’ll also continue offering engaging online experiences for kids, students, and groups. This has allowed us to remain safe while still being able to worship and experience God’s presence at home.
We encourage you to join us online each week. We are here for you! If you need anything, simply email email@example.com to share your prayer requests. In the coming weeks, as the situation evolves and regulations change, we will provide additional updates. We pray God continues to give you a spirit of peace, increase your faith, and provide for your every need.