A Word From Our Pastor:
Grace and Peace To You All!,
Welcome to Grace Community Church. We are a United Methodist Church striving to serve the Living God of all creation, through our worship and service to God's people, both in the Buffalo community and around the world. We are located just south of Buffalo, Missouri on U.S. Highway 65.
We offer two worship services on Sunday morning -- a traditional style service at 8:30 A.M., and a contemporary style service at 10:30 A.M. Between the worship services, we have Sunday School (Christian Education) for people of all ages, starting at 9:30 A.M. During the week, we have an Intercessory Prayer Group that meets on Tuesday mornings, and an ongoing Bible Study Group that meets on Wednesday mornings at 10:30 A.M. Additionally, we have a Women's Prayer and Encouragement Group that meets twice-a-month on Monday evenings, and a Men's Group that meets twice-a-month. Plus, we have Christian activities for our youth (Club Fusion) that meets on scheduled Saturdays.
Grace Community Church is currently one of the locations for the "Angels Food Ministry," and the "Heart -to-Heart Ministry," in the Buffalo community. Both of these ministries strive to assist persons in need for food, plus many of the other necessities of life. Several civic/service agencies meet at our church, including a local Boy Scouts troop, and counseling for new mothers and counseling for families.
If you are looking for a church family who believes Christians should follow the example of Jesus the Christ and meet the needs of the whole person -- spiritual, physical, emotional, relational -- then I invite you to learn more about Grace Community United Methodist Church, and to join us for any of our worship services or other activates.
Offered through the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit,
Kenneth E. Johnson, Pastor of Grace Community UMC
Our mission is to be a nuturing church led by the Holy Spirit and grounded in the scriptures with the facilities to serve the spiritual and physical needs of our growing community.