Music is an incredible outlet for expressing the deepest and truest human thoughts & emotions. People who have a heart full of love and gratitude have always turned to song.
We hope you’ll find the music at Grace Place to be lively and relevant. But mostly, we hope our music inspires you to join us in praising our amazing God.
“God is sheer being itself – Spirit. Those who worship him must do it out of their very being, their spirits, their true selves, in adoration.” – John 4:23 the Message Bible
Create a safe place where the unmerited favor of God influences all that is said and done.
Express the good news that God loves us all, and has given us everything we need by His grace.
Celebrate Jesus as a gift, and that the cross eradicates shame and restores us all to God.
To see what we’ve been up to this week, check out the link below:
By Pastor Michael Friend. Recorded live on March 19 2017.
By Pastor Michael Friend. Recorded live on March 12 2017.
By Jonathan Witkus. Recorded live on March 5, 2017.
By Pastor Michael Friend. Recorded live on February 26, 2017.
Grace place is a non-denominational, open-hearted, congregation of Christian believers. There’s a place and a purpose here for everyone- all sizes, shapes, shades and ages. No matter who you are or where you’ve been, we believe that God loves you and has a place for you. God has shown unrestrained passion for us through Jesus Christ, and that is what we want to share with you. We hope that you can immediately feel that genuine love is our highest ambition.
Pastor Friend is a lover of family, friends and fishing. He and his wife Terry have devoted their entire adult life to ministry, and have been serving at Grace Place since 1998. Mick is compelled to preach a message of liberation and hope. Convinced that only Christ can save, he is the definitive “Jesus freak.”
Nate is the exceptional husband to Lori and best father in the world to Greyley & Indigo. He has a passion for beauty and excellence. His songs and influence have inspired congregations around the world. He prefers his folk-rock served with a side of gospelicious R&B.