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Through One Man

Through One Man

Romans 5:12, Through One Man Have hope. Though the first Adam plunged the world into sin and death, the Second Adam has overcome them both for His people.  https://youtu.be/7BAQwJQ1Aag

Celebrate Easter in Downtown Swansboro

Celebrate Easter in Downtown Swansboro

Pug Pavillion (photo from Swansboro Parks & Recreation) Grace Church will be holding our regular Easter worship service at Harry C. Pugliese, Jr. Pavillion at Olde Town Square in downtown Swansboro on April 17, 2022 at 10:45am. There are bleachers available, but we...

Swansboro Christmas Hymn Sing

Swansboro Christmas Hymn Sing

Our first ever Swansboro Christmas Hymn Sing took place on Sunday evening, December 19th, 2021 at 6:30pm in Olde Town Square "Pug Pavilion" in downtown Swansboro. Visit the Swansboro Christmas Hymn Sing website to access the evening's program, including hymn lyrics...

The Righteous Judgment of God

The Righteous Judgment of God

Romans 2:6-11, Jeff Duncan Prepare for judgment by embracing God’s perfect standard of righteousness and His just punishment of the wicked. https://youtu.be/v3PTBo7NhA8

The Gospel of God

The Gospel of God

Romans 1:1-7, Jeff Duncan Embrace this gospel because it has an unlikely author, an ancient foundation, an undeniable proof, and a glorious purpose. https://youtu.be/owSVFabJwcI

Worship in Truth

Worship in Truth

John 4:1-26 Jeff Duncan True worship is worship that is God-centered and Word-shaped. Let us offer this kind of worship to God. https://youtu.be/2z0kqQ7vVE8

Benefiting from Baptism

Benefiting from Baptism

Romans 6:1-11, Jeff Duncan As you witness baptism today, remember your baptism, and look anew to Christ and His victory for you. Commune with Him, and grow in your identity in Him and your devotion to Him. https://youtu.be/ZEPY8Udm9Cc

The Lord’s Prayer: Last Three Petitions & Conclusion

The Lord’s Prayer: Last Three Petitions & Conclusion

From the Westminster Larger Catechism Q193: What do we pray for in the fourth petition?A193: In the fourth petition (which is, Give us this day our daily bread,)[1 acknowledging, that in Adam, and by our own sin, we have forfeited our right to all the outward...

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