Welcome to Grace Fellowship!
We're glad that you've found our website and hope that it gives you some insight into the church and the things we are involved in. Please feel free to take a look around the site and get in contact if you have any questions.
To introduce ourselves perhaps we should share why we call ourselves Grace Fellowship. The name brings together two words that are very important to us and sum up our aims. Firstly the word Grace describes receiving something good that you did not deserve, and the Bible is clear that God has been good to mankind although we deserve punishment for our sins. We see this in the good things He gives everyday, but it is most spectacularly shown in what Jesus did when He was crucified on the cross, and became our rescuer. This amazing gift of love is nothing we deserve and we now seek to live our lives as a response of worship to the God of Grace.
Fellowship means being united in a common purpose – being a family even if we are not all related. Our common purpose is to hear from God through studying the Bible and to serve and worship Him together. Our church is not perfect, but we try to show Christ’s love as we care for each other. Our Fellowship is living and growing and we would love you to be part of it.
We regularly meet on a Sunday at Singleton Road in Great Chart, Ashford. You are more than welcome to turn up and attend the Sunday meetings - we have something on for all ages so please bring your family. If you take a look at the church's calendar (to the right of this page) you'll also see that there's plenty of opportunities to get involved in different groups during the week.
- 10:00 am Morning prayer meeting
- 10:30 am Morning service (includes youth meeting, junior church and crèche)
- Evening meeting (Please check church calendar)
We are running a Christianity Explored course currently - more details here
We are affiliated with the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches (FIEC) and have appointed Elders and Deacons via elections from the church membership. Please feel free to take a look at our Church Constitution.