21 GCC pm Current Series: A Beautiful Mess Easter Together Our Vision GCC is #ForRockHill

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As we prepare for Easter, Grace Collective Church is taking twenty-one days to pray and fast. Pray about what God might lead you to give up during this season in order to deepen your relationship with Him. 21 begins on March 26.

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Our Sunday services are now being held on the campus of Trinity Bible Church. Service times are 4pm & 5:30pm. This move allows us to continue seeking a permanent solution to our facility needs while providing the needed space for weekly worship services. Along with main service, Grace Kids (birth through 5th grade) also happens at 4pm & 5:30pm. Click the picture for directions to Trinity.

Current Series: A Beautiful Mess

Sometimes it feels like we’re living in the most chaotic era in history. The uncertainty and difficulty can distract us from seeing the intricate work God is doing right now. Join us as we look Paul’s letter to the Corinthian church and discover the beauty in the “mess”.

Easter Together

Easter 2017
We’re excited to announce that we are partnering with Trinity Bible Church to celebrate Easter together. We’d be honored if you’d spend Easter with us as well. Click the banner for more information.
Sunday, April 16
Services at 9:30 & 11am

Our Vision

Grace Collective Church exists to guide people in relationship with Jesus and each other.

GCC is #ForRockHill

The Bible states that “God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son.” We want the people of Rock Hill to know that God is for them, and we are too.

Welcome to Grace Collective Church

Our Vision

Grace Collective Church exists to guide people in relationship with Jesus and each other.

Our Mission

To disciple men, strengthen marriages and partner with singles and families.

Our Values

  • Growing Faith
  • Relational Discipleship
  • Authentic Community
  • Committed Service
  • Sacrificial Generosity
  • Strategic Missions

#ForRockHill

The Bible states that "God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son."  We want the people of Rock Hill to know that God is for them, and we are too.