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Senior Pastor Walter H. Isaak with his wife Colleen
Associate Pastor Scott Ashby with his wife Leah
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On Sunday mornings, we gather at 103 Martin St at 10:00am for our morning worship service. This is a time for us to gather corporately to sing songs of worship to God, pray together and read the Bible. We also hear God’s Word preached, explained and applied. Kids ages 4-9 are dismissed before the preaching for their own Junior Church program upstairs. All are welcome. Please join us!
After a short time of coffee and fellowship, we have a time of practical Bible teaching from 11:30am-12:15pm. The Adult Bible Study meets in the main auditorium studying a variety of different topics all designed to help you apply Bible truth to your life. There are Sunday School classes upstairs for all ages (0-18) during this time.
At Graceway, church begins for a child at birth! Your children will be tenderly cared for by our faithful nursery workers. This enables moms and dad to have an active part in all of our regular services of our church.
The Young Adults Bible Study meets at the home of the Ashbys (2397 Sutton Drive, Burlington) on Wednesday evenings at 7:30pm. This is a time for young adults (ages 18-30) to discuss the Word of God as it applies to the challenges of life. For more information, call Pastor Scott @ 905-630-2179.
Meeting Thursday evenings (7-8pm) at 103 Martin St., our midweek children’s ministry is designed to help children understand the truth of God’s Word. We play games, do crafts, hear a Bible Truth lesson, and work on memorizing helpful Bible verses. Ages 4-12 are welcome. An adult Bible study takes place during the program.
by Scott Ashby Wasn’t Sunday an exciting day? It’s always a special time to hear how God has worked in individual lives for His glory and then to witness their baptism, a picture of the death, burial and resurrection of Christ and the new life He has wrought in these people. The old is gone. […]
By Scott Ashby In the age of “fake news” it’s fascinating to see the conflicts between those who value truth and those who want to redefine truth. Some want to create their own truth or make truth subjective. Truth for me, they say, is not necessarily the same as truth for you. My identity or […]
At Sunday’s Annual General Meeting, I laid out some expectations for the year ahead. These expectations are rooted in some basic ideas. Last year’s CHAT Survey revealed that there are a few areas where we are not excelling as a church. We are not learning and growing in community as we ought. And we are […]