Introducing our church
If you’re new to church or haven’t been to Grace Church before there’s bound to be plenty of questions you’ll be wanting to ask. Things like, who are these people? What do they believe? What do they do in the Eirianfa Centre? How can I get involved? What should I wear if I go along!? Our website aims to answer most of these questions, but do please get in touch if you want to know more.
Firstly though, what’s in a name? Our name expresses who we are and what we do:
Simply put, we have nothing without God’s gift of grace. We’re not Christians because we think we’re any better than anyone else, or because of anything good we do, we’re Christians simply because of what God has already done for us through Jesus. It’s his gift of grace!
When we ruined it all by living as if God wasn’t there, God in his amazing grace came to our rescue! He sent his Son, Jesus, to take the punishment we deserve through his death on the cross. As Jesus died, he absorbed the just anger of God on himself so that we don’t have to. The wonderful news of Christianity is that by his gift of grace, we can be forgiven! We can have peace with God, now and forever.
At Grace Church this old, old story, the Bible’s story, is our story. Our church is home to many people whose lives have been transformed by the good news of God’s grace and who now want to live lives of gratitude for what he’s done for us. Our name is a celebration of the grace we’ve received from God through Jesus Christ — a gift we definitely haven’t earned and we definitely don’t deserve.
You can hear more about this fantastic gift, by clicking here: Christianity Explored
We are a community of people of all ages and backgrounds united in our love of Jesus. We meet together regularly as a whole church family on Sundays in the Eirianfa Centre and as a smaller group during the week in one of our homes.
We love our town and the surrounding area and we’re committed to serving our community as we seek to live out our faith and share the good news of God’s grace here in the Vale of Clwyd.
Beyond our town and the immediate area, we partner with other similar churches, most notably Ebenezer Church in Mold and through them we’re affiliated to the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches (FIEC).