And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds
Hebrews 10:24

The ministries of Grace Covenant Church are organic in nature, growing out of a heart to join God in the work He is doing in our families, communities, and world.

We believe that life change happens best in small group settings with a foundation in discipleship, which naturally enables and trains people to make disciples within their families, neighborhoods, city, and world.

Today this is reflected in our commitment to enable people to experience authentic community. Our current community based ministries include:

    Worship We encourage whole-hearted worship and God-focused adoration. Therefore, our music, messages, and services draw attention to Jesus Christ: who He is and what He has done. Learn More

    Sunday School are small groups of women, men, and couples meet before worship on Sunday mornings. Currently the groups are walking through The Gospel Project. Learn More

    Covenant Groups are a network of small groups meeting in homes throughout the week. The heart of this ministry is purposeful community which allows space for the Gospel to reshape our lives. Learn More

    Prayer Members gather at the church to praise, give thanks, and pray each Wednesday evening for individual and congregational needs, as well as those of the community, nation, and world. A prayer chain is also available for our people to utilize as needs arise.

    Hospital Visitation are volunteers who provide comfort and prayer to those in need.

    Women of Grace provides an opportunity for women to grow in relationship with God and one another through ongoing discipleship, consisting of diligent Bible study, loving fellowship, and faithful care.

    Covenant of Grace Marriage Helps enrich marriages by providing a date night with food, fun, fellowship and exploring God’s Word about marriage. The last Friday of each month, with child care provided for children 6 months to 6 years.

    Meal Train are volunteers who provide meals to the church body following the birth of a baby, the loss of a loved one, or surgery.

    Mom 2 Mom are moms coming together to answer Christ’s call to missional motherhood. Moms meet each week for 2 hours to fellowship, encourage each other, and grow in the Lord. Childcare is provided.

    Grace Garden Group is composed of GCC volunteers who provide gardening education and help maintain the church flower beds. They also developed and maintain the Grace Giving Garden which provides fresh produce for the church’s Arlington Life Shelter ministry.

    Silver Stars is a senior women’s ministry that meets once a month in a member’s home for fellowship and encouragement.

    Weekly Men’s Breakfast is for senior men and their friends meet weekly for breakfast at a local café.

    Monthly Men’s Breakfast is for all men of the church gather for breakfast on the 1st Saturday of each month.

    American Heritage Girls is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country. The organization offers badge programs, service projects, girl leadership opportunities and outdoor experiences to its members. This program of character building has successfully served thousands of girls since its inception and will continue to do so long into the 21st century. Learn More

    Trail Life (TLUSA) is a Christian Outdoor adventure program that emphasizes and teaches biblical moral values and requires all adult members to agree with, sign, and abide by the Trail Life USA Trinitarian Statement of Faith and the Statement of Values. The program is unapologetically Christian. Our group focuses on outdoor adventure, character, and leadership development, and to give youth an opportunity to exemplify and demonstrate Christian values in their relationships with others. Learn More

    Dinner on the Grounds is held several times a year under the pavilion nestled among the oaks. Lunch is provided after the service for all who wish to stay, eat, and fellowship.

For more information about our community based ministries, please call our office at (817) 419-0900 or email us at