What is Christianity? To whom do we belong and why? Who is Jesus and why are Christians willing to give up everything in our lives to follow him? What is wrong with the world? Can that problem be solved? How can that problem be solved? How do we know?
Our purpose at Grace church of DuPage is to magnify the worth of God by exalting the Savior Jesus Christ, equipping the saints, and extending Christ's Kingdom. Our Vision Prayer is to entrust ourselves to God as we ask, seek, and knock for him to develop us into a community of worshippers that bears much fruit as we live and proclaim the gospel with authenticity and passion. How do we seek the Lord to carry out his purposes in us as a church family? What are our values?
Grace Church of DuPage was founded in 1984, but what is the story and the journey that God has brought us on over the past 30+ years. How have we witnessed his faithfulness and guidance throughout our years together? Who was involved and how did we come to be?
In his first century letter to the Ephesians, chapter four, the Apostle Paul laid out a clear vision for the aim pastoral ministry in the local church (Ephesians 4:11-16). What does this mean and how does it define how we function at Grace Church of DuPage?
Like many Protestant Evangelical congregations, Grace Church of DuPage is overseen by Elders and served by Deacons. But unlike many such congregations, we have labored to define these roles according to Scripture. Several passages in the Bible inform the office and operation of Elders and Deacons, including their character qualifications (1 Timothy 3:1-13; Titus 1:5-9), their responsibilities in the body (1 Peter 5:1-4; Acts 20:28), and the nature of the authority they wield (Hebrews 13:17) as gifted and called servants of God and His church (Ephesians 4:11-16).
How can you become a member of Grace Church of DuPage? What does membership mean?
When and why do we meet? What is our gathering about? What is the music like? What do we do? Who is invited? What should I expect?
Learn more about our daily life together with snapshots from various ministry leaders and their involvement in our life together. Of course, the best way to learn about our life together, would be to start by joining us for worship on Sunday mornings at 10:30am, but if you'd like a brief and limited view into who we are, you can take a look at these journal entries.