GRACE
CHURCH
   BARROW   

@2017 by Grace Church Barrow.

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what we do

Maybe you're wondering what to expect at Grace Church? Here's a little guide to a typical Sunday.

People start arriving at the Roose Cons. Club anytime from 9.45am, and there'll be tea & coffee being served - with juice for the kids.

Just after 10am we make a formal start, with a mix of some singing, prayers, and a Bible reading. There's no obligation to join in, and you won't be asked to do anything you don't want to do.

After about 20 minutes, the kids will go to their activity group, Grace Kids, in a neighbouring room. Our leaders are DBS-approved and we have a child-protection policy. The rest of us then have the chance to listen to a talk from the Bible. You can hear a sample of our recent Bible teaching here. Often there's the opportunity for discussion or to ask questions to the speaker afterwards.

Then the kids return and share what they've been upto, before we bring the formal part of our meeting to a close, often singing another song. Refreshments are served and people often stick around to chat and catch-up.

Whoever you are, whatever your background, you'd be really welcome!

Sundays

INFORMAL | FAMILY | ACCESSIBLE

Our main weekly Grace Church gathering is on a Sunday at 10am at the Roose Conservative Working Men's Club on Leece Lane in Barrow. We hope everything about the meeting is welcoming, family-friendly, and especially easy to follow if you've never been to church before. 

We're just a few minutes out of the centre of Barrow and about fifteen minutes drive from Ulverston.