Join us for worship at 10:45 every Sunday morning


We are a gospel-centered, ethnically-diverse SBC church that gathers in Short Pump. We are not driven by programs but a desire to know and love God according to Scripture and sound theology, to care for one another and the people of our community, and to make mature disciples who worship God with their whole lives. We want to pursue the mission of Christ through us amidst culture, to be a transforming influence within our society. Basically, we want to be a living expression of the Great Commission (Matt 28:18-20) and the Great Commandment (Mark 12:29-33).

We’d love for you to find out more about us!

Explore our website to learn more about Grace Community Baptist Church. We also invite all of our neighbors in RVA to join us for worship every Sunday morning at 10:45.

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Ties & Tiaras

February 29th at 7:00 pm

Girls bring your dads and boys bring your moms for an evening for joy and making special memories! We’ll enjoy a sit down dinner, photo booth, a little ballroom dancing, and a Bible lesson on respect and courtesy. Register here. This is for children ages 4-11. Childcare for younger siblings is available upon request. Text Kathleen for assistance 804-484-0497

Caring Well

March 1st at 8:00 am

Caring Well: Equipping the Church to care for friends and family who have experienced abuse. In these sessions we will share about abuse, learn how to care for the abused, and prepare for abuse prevention.

Family Meeting

March 1st at 5:00 pm

We will meet in the Great Room for Grace family discussion.

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Our Latest Sermon

Chris Jones - February 23, 2020

Are You Content With Your Inheritance?

Numbers - Trusting God on the Way Home

Scripture References: Numbers 34:1-29

From Series: "Numbers - Trusting God on the Way Home"

The book of Numbers follows Moses and the OT people of God on the way to the Promised Land. Many biblical authors look back to Numbers as a time when Israel was called to trust God on the journey home. They were set free by God in the exodus from Egypt, but they were not home yet. The problem is that most of Israel present at the beginning of Numbers, even Moses, did not enter the Promised Land because of unbelief and sin. As Grace Community travels through Numbers, we will look at this OT book in its context to see God’s holiness and mercy, man’s sinfulness, and the necessity of trusting God throughout life. As we consider Numbers and its claims, it will prepare us for the hope of Jesus, the church, and the new covenant. As we walk with God and the people of Israel, we will be reminded that Christians have been saved in Christ, but things are not yet as they should be. We need to trust God as He leads us home.

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