Welcome to Grant Memorial Church!
There are a variety of ways that you can “get connected” at Grant Memorial: activities, events and serving opportunities. There is something for everyone, whether you are a young person, a married couple, a student or enjoying your retirement years!
Grant Memorial is a community that worships and serves God. Together, we explore the big questions of life and Christianity’s answers. It’s our hope that we are a place where people experience hospitality, and the hope, love and joy that comes from a community of people that love Jesus. Explore our website for a glimpse into the life of our community and a sense of our mission.
Helpful Information for Visitors:
What time is the service?
The first service at 9:00 a.m. is a classic worship experience featuring vibrant traditional music.
The second service at 11:00 a.m. is a contemporary service with a band leading in worship through song, media clips, and current stories and illustrations.
What should I wear?
Our church family is large and its members are of a wide range of ages and backgrounds. The pastors and worship leaders usually dress in conservative “smart casual” attire on stage, but you’ll find people at Grant dressed in everything from blue jeans to business suits.
Where should I park?
We have three main lots, two of these will be to your left and right as you enter the campus. These lots fill up quickly so you may wish to arrive 15 minutes before the service starts to find a spot. The third parking lot is located behind the facility and is convenient for parents with children. Registration for Children’s Ministry is most easily accessed from the north entrance (rear of the facility). Volunteers will be there to help you find Sunday school classrooms and the nursery. Handicap parking is located along both sides of the building.
Where can I get information when I arrive?
Visit Guest Services near the tree in the south foyer. Our volunteers will point you in the right direction. At each entrance is a wayfinding system that lists the day’s events and “take-a-long” maps to help you navigate the facility.