Saving Grace Bible Church meets on Sunday Mornings from 10:00 to 11:15
Thanks for your interest in Saving Grace Bible Church. We know your first time at a new church can prompt some questions. The section below includes some of the more common questions. If you have others, please feel free to contact us via e-mail or phone.
When do you have services?
Saving Grace Bible Church usually meets at 10am on Sunday mornings.
How do I get to Saving Grace Bible Church?
The address is 2618 265th Street Albion, NE 68620. We are located off the main highway in between Kayton International and Source Gas. There is a sign outside of the church, look for that!
What should I wear?
Most people will dress in casual weekend attire, so dress how you feel comfortable and you’ll fit right in. We have some from jeans or shorts to suit and ties. Masks are optional and are not required.
What’s available for my kids?
We encourage and invite families with young children to worship together as a family in the service, if you so desire. If you need a nursery, there is one available during the entire service for infants through three-year olds. Saving Grace Bible Church understands the importance of raising children and setting an example of Christ likeness. This has always been a priority for us and always will be.
What should I expect in church?
From the moment you pull into the parking lot, we strive to make you feel at home. Our greeter team will help you find anything you need. Please make your way through our main entrance and enjoy beverages in the fellowship hall or feel free to enter the sancturary and prepare your heart for worship.
What are the services like?
We always open up God’s word together! We love to sing and worship our King! During the service you will experience joy, laughter, and love. We will usually pray at the beginning and the end of the service.
We have a place in the bulletins for you to take notes, but don’t feel like you have to. The worship service is for you to grow closer to God, together in a family atmosphere.
We want you to know:
Our greatest concern for every person is that he/she have a personal relationship with God through repentance of sin and faith in Jesus Christ and His shedding of blood on the cross and resurrection from the dead. If you have any uncertainties in this matter or concerns about it, please talk with any of us about this. It's the most important thing in life... and it determines your eternal destiny...