How we GO!

We go as Christ's body, His hands and feet (and every other part) carrying out the Great Commission and living out the Great Commandments in our own backyard and around the world. We go to take the life-changing message of God's Kingdom into a lost world. We go to carry on the work of caring for the outcast and poor as Jesus did when He physically walked the earth. This happens at Grace through supporting missionaries (with more than just finances... we truly love our missionaries and have great relationships with them), taking short-term mission trips around the country and around the world, serving in local outreach and service ministries, opening up our campus and ourselves to our community, and in our daily lives as we connect with people in our neighborhoods, at school or work, and wherever else the Lord may take us.

Full-Time Missions

Grace Baptist takes fully to heart the Biblical mandate to go into all the world, teaching and making disciples. Our strong commitment to Missions is evident in our services, our finances, and our activities. We support more than 70 missionaries and their families. More than one-third of our total finances are directed into Missions, and much of that is continuous support for those we send. To learn more, contact the Missions Committee.

Go Conference

Every year we invite several missionaries to share with us how God is using them around the world, and how we can partner with them in His mission. Our conference is held each Fall.

Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12-step recovery program based on the teachings of Jesus Christ. It is for anyone dealing with a compulsive or addictive behavior or a codependent relationship. Childcare provided. Questions? Contact Mike Swanson at 423-892-4869 or by email.


  • 6pm    Fellowship Dinner ($5)
  • 7pm    Big Group Worship and Teaching
  • 8pm    Open Share Small Groups


Join us Wednesday nights at 6:45 pm in the Fall, Winter, and Spring for CrossRoads Bible Studies! We have a class for everyone. 

2017 Spring_2017.pdfSpring classes will run from January 4 to March 15 and include the following:

  • Men's Fraternity - Bible Study for Men
  • Prayer & Bible Study
  • Learn to Guard What God Has Entrusted To You (Beth Moore) - Ladies' Study
  • My Grandma's House - Parenting class
  • DivorceCare 
  • iMarriage - A series by Andy Stanley


Find Help. Discover Hope. Experience Healing.

DivorceCare groups meet weekly with the goal of helping one another face challenges and move toward rebuilding lives. It is a place where you will find caring people who understand the issues you are dealing with and who are there to help.

For more information - contact Jeremy Barrett.

Conversational English Classes

These classes are for non-native English speakers and are held on Monday evenings at 7 pm - September through early May. Classes are open to all, from true beginners to advanced speakers, and offer small group attention and work toward conversational proficiency. There is no cost or need for registration... just show up!

My Grandma's House

Wednesdays at 6:45pm

This ministry runs on the same schedule as CrossRoads studies (see above) and provides training and services to equip parents to build families in which children are nurtured and unconditionally loved, according to God’s plan.   This parenting class will benefit anyone and is a great way to reach out to folks in our community! Some of our students are:

  • Parents who want to learn new skills
  • Parents referred from Choices Pregnancy Resource Center
  • Parents who are court-ordered or under investigation by DHS
  • Parents who are referred by attorneys when facing custody battles