Grace Communion Cleveland is a congregation of members seeking to know and follow Jesus.
We believe that God is first and foremost Love, loving us more than we love ourselves, or even know how to. In that Love, Jesus became human to fulfill God's plan to reconcile everyone to Himself. We invite you to join us, for our weekly services and Bible study, in our quest to more fully know God and to allow Him to transform us.
Both services and Bible study are currently held via teleconference (phone, smart-phone, or computer). Please email to receive contact information with the 800 phone number and meeting link. The link will also contain an online bulletin for smart-phone or computer that contains the order of services, words to the songs, and scriptures, as well as other timely news, events, and information.
Sunday morning at 11:00am. Our services typically last about 1 hour and include praise, prayer, and a Bible-centered message. Click here for recordings of past messages.
Wednesday evening 7:30 - 8:30pm. Our study is a facilitator-led discussion, typically of a full or partial chapter of the Bible. We consider historical context, and a variety of translations to more fully understand the message and how it applies to us today.
I Corinthians 13 speaks of faith, hope, and love. We consider these three to be dimensions of who we are and how we interact with the world. We share the hope that Jesus brings to each one of us, for example in our weekly worship services. Our goal is that as you participate with us, you experience this hope. We help each other build our faith in Bible study and prayer. And in love, we reach our beyond ourselves.
During these trying times, we’ve taken this pandemic as a challenge to not only survive, but to thrive. Being a Christian is not just about going to church once a week, and we’ve become more connected with each other in weekly Bible Study and in reaching out to our community. Many have been struggling with life’s necessities, and we’ve been cooking meals for a local shelter, collecting coats for those who are cold, and delivering boxes of food to those who are hungry.