Grace is a church that believes in Jesus,

His Gospel, and serving the community. 

In awe of God's saving grace, we preach exegetically, worship energetically, and serve joyfully. We are passionate about the local church and its mission to make disciples and encourage believers through Christ-centered community. 

Wayne & Sandie Brooks

Josh & Kelley Murphy

Rob & Pat Oleck

Grace Church is one of the many churches affiliated with Sovereign Grace Churches, which has been around since 1981. We are theologicially Reformed and experientially charismatic. To find out more of what that means, click the links below! 

Each Sunday morning we gather together to express our heartfelt gratitude and love for our Savior in a service of celebration. Our Sunday Service provides the context where we worship God together and hear His Word proclaimed and taught as we grow in our mission as a church. We would love for you to be a part of that mission!

At Grace there will be friendly people excited to meet you!  Feel free to introduce yourself with confidence and ask any question you might have. You will be welcomed and respected as you are and any questions will be gladly answered.

We value a casual approach in our services. Some dress formal and others don't. You're welcome to wear what's comfortable with no fear of feeling out of place.

No matter who you are or where you're from we welcome you with open arms, and would love to get to know You

433 English Lake Dr, Winter Garden, FL 34787 wbrooks@gracechurchorlando.org  |  Tel: (407) 921-8532

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A DIVERSE  CHURCH

Expect to experience true biblical community with all ages, nations, cultures and backgrounds who are united around the glorious gospel.

PASSIONATE

WORSHIP

Expect our meetings to include contemporary music and preaching from the Bible that is both rich and relevant.

A LOVE FOR PRAYER

Expect a commitment to prayer! Join us for prayer before service, or for prayer needs  just make your way to the area in front of the stage at the close of the service and ask for a pastor or community group leader.