We invite you and your family to Grace Church this Christmas Season!
Fort Myers Central Campus
2415 Grand Avenue, Fort Myers, FL 33901, 239.334.3160
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The Christmas song says, “There’s no place like home for the holidays.” Throughout the Bible, “home” is a powerful image of our place encounter with God. More than anything this Christmas, we need more encounter with God. This Advent, we will consider how we might come “home” for Christmas. Welcome home!
Jesus takes the initiative to be at “home” in our lives and makes the first move towards us. God in Christ became a human being and “moved into our neighborhood.”
Jesus makes himself at home in our messy lives. Jesus invited himself to Zacchaeus’ house, a home that was empty and lonely because of Zacchaeus’ vocation and reputation. He still does this kind of stuff.
Am I going to get a mansion when I get to heaven? Is this going to be my heavenly home?
For those of us who feel spiritually homeless, Jesus empathizes. When he was born, there was no place for him.
December 24 (Christmas Eve)
Whether you’ve run away from home or stayed at home and been distant, your heavenly Father invites and welcomes you to come home to his extravagant, reckless love.
For followers of Jesus who live at “home” in Jesus and yet feel homeless in this world, our living hope is in the promise that there is a day coming when God’s home will be among his people forever.
2020 has been a hard year on everyone. You are invited to this special service for encouragement, comfort, hope, and peace. (In-Person and Online)
Sunday, December 20 at 6:30pm
Blue Christmas Service
Sunday, December 20 | 6:30pm
2020 has been a hard year on everyone. You are invited to this special service for encouragement, comfort, hope, and peace.
Contemporary Christmas Eve Candlelight Service
Thursday, December 24 | 6:30pm
Celebrate the birth of Christ with contemporary music.
Online Worship Sunday, December 27
Sunday, December 27 | 10am
Service on this day will be ONLINE ONLY. There will be no in-person worship.
If you are sick, have been sick, or may have been exposed to COVID-19, please join us online. Additionally, if you have a health condition that makes you more vulnerable, we would encourage you to participate from home as well at this time.
For those who choose to attend in-person, here are some things to know:
- Please follow social distancing requirements and sit only with those persons from your household.
- We are requiring every person to wear a mask during indoor worship. Our best understanding is this precaution helps prevent the spread of COVID and is a simple way we can all follow Jesus’ command to love our neighbor.
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