Sundays

We can't meet in our building on Sundays, so instead we're running Grace Church at home!

Church was never about a building anyway, it’s the people, and in a time like this it’s more important than ever that we continue to build a thriving community. If you’ve never been to church before or would like to join in for the first time, you’re so welcome! Every Sunday we'll be running online services that are easily accessibly wherever you are.

How will it work?

Every Sunday at 10am our services will stream on our Church at Home site which you can access here: gracechurchnottingham.org/online. This will last just over an hour and will include worship, a talk from the bible and some news about what's coming up at Grace Church. It's easy to invite people to church too, just share the link with them!

What about kids?

As well as our main service, every week we produce a kids' session video so that your children can engage with church at home too. These session videos are available on our church YouTube channel, you can access them all here. These are 30 minutes long, including a story and kids' worship time, and are available from 8am on the Sunday morning.

After the service

Just like we would on a normal Sunday, after the service is over we break off for coffee time. This is done through our home groups and gives everyone a chance to say hello and catch up. If you’re not connected to a home group yet, we’d love to help you find one. Click here to get started. If you're just visiting us online, we'd also love to meet you and say hello. During the service the hosts will let you know how to do that.

We can’t wait to see you on Sunday at 10am!

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If you need any support during this time please call our Pastoral Support line on 0115 677 2332 between 9am and 5pm. Or if you’d just like to get in touch or ask a question about church please just email us hello@gracechurchnottingham.org

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