PLAN YOUR VISIT
As a first-time guest at Grace Covenant Church we want you to feel comfortable visiting with us. On this page you will find essential tips and information for your first visit. Pastor Tim Brown has provided a brief welcome message below.
How do I get there?
Grace Covenant Evangelical Presbyterian Church is located on Creamery Way in the Oaklands Corporate Center in Exton, PA. You get to our church from Lincoln Highway (Rt. 30) or from Whitford Road. This link opens Google maps: 444 Creamery Way, Suite 100.
What do I do when I arrive?
When you walk in the front doors of the church building under the awning, you will be at the Welcome area—the hub for directions, coffee, fellowship and sign ups. Feel free to ask directions. We will be looking for you.
We encourage you to arrive 15 minutes before the worship service begins. This will give you time to meet a few people, find a seat and be ready for the start of worship at 9:30 a.m.
What do I do with my kids?
Got kids? So do we! The Grace Kids check-in is located toward the middle of the church building, on the opposite side of the sanctuary from the welcome area. If you need directions, just ask.
We provide ministry for Nursery and Preschool children during the worship service. Kids in Preschool through 2nd grade begin worship with their parents and come forward for the children’s message. At that point children (2nd grade and younger) may either go to class or stay with their parents.
Third grade through high school students worship with the congregation and may attend a Sunday school class at 11:00 a.m
What is worship like?
We value worshiping together. After a brief welcome and opening prayer we sing Christ-centered songs led by our team of musicians. Whether the song is recent or classic, the words are visible on the overhead screens to help you join in worship with us. You are welcome to observe or participate as you become comfortable.
Each week, we also hear a message from the Bible. Pastor Tim Brown usually groups messages into sermon series that range from a few weeks to a few months. Each week’s message stands on its own, so there is no need to worry about coming in the middle of a sermon series. On the first Sunday of each month we share in Communion (the Lord’s Supper).
How do I meet people?
Stick around after worship for free coffee and tea, food and fellowship in the Welcome area.
Do you have a Sunday school program?