“Follow me.”

Again and again, Jesus used these two simple words to invite people from all kinds of backgrounds into a new community brimming with life and mission from God.

For us at Grace, church continues to be just that–a community of people learning more and more to follow Jesus. So whether you are just beginning your journey or you’ve been trusting him for a very long time, we hope to walk with you as we all figure out what it means to follow.

After all, that is discipleship.

We are so glad you are interested in getting to know us more. One of the best ways to do that is to attend one of our Sunday gatherings at 9am, 10:45am, or 5:15pm.

We hope the First Steps and FAQ below will be helpful as you plan your visit!

Starting Point

Your first visit?

We want to meet you! The best first step is to find us at the Starting Point area in the foyer just after the gatherings (look for the sign). There, we will have volunteers waiting to learn a little more about you, give you a gift, and point you toward the best next step.

Encounter Grace

Want to find out more about Grace?

Whether you’ve been visiting Grace for just a few weeks or several years, we highly recommend visiting a two-week class called Encounter Grace. Several of our key Grace “veterans” and staff will meet with you to share more about our church’s heart, hear your story, and give helpful information about opportunities at Grace. Join us any Sunday at 9:00 a.m. in Room 114 at the bottom of the main foyer stairs.

Connection Central

Need specific info or have questions?

When visiting on Sundays, a great place to get answers to questions is the Connection Central desk, located in the center of the lobby as you come in the main entrance.


What should I expect at Grace on Sunday?
First things first: there will be coffee. There will also be lots of friendly people dressed comfortably and casually. And there will be fun, meaningful settings for your kids. Beyond that, we try to keep things fairly simple. The gathering will focus on worship and the Word. There will be music, Scripture reading, a teaching, and opportunity to respond to what God has shown us. Every week, communion elements are available in the auditorium for those who wish to partake. Altogether, the gatherings last around 80 minutes.
What about my kids?
Children are welcome in the main gatherings, but we also work very hard to create excellent setting where they can worship alongside their peers with leaders who have spent the week praying and preparing to share the truth of Scripture in an age-appropriate way.

Children (GraceKidz): Nursery (babies) through 5th Grade at 9am, 10:45am and 5:15pm.
CLICK HERE for locations of each age group and more information about GraceKidz.
Mothers with infants: We have reserved parking behind the main building, close to the nursery entrance. Just look for the reserved parking signs.

Middle School Students, 6-8 Grade (LUG): Sundays at 9am in the Middle School Room, downstairs main building. CLICK HERE for more about LUG.

High School Students, 9-12 Grade (TrueNorth): Sundays at 9am in the High School Room, upstairs main building. CLICK HERE for more about TrueNorth.

How do I get to Grace Snellville?
1400 Dogwood Rd, Snellville, GA 30078 Google (Map Link)
We are about ½ mile east of Brookwood High School and clearly visible from Ronald Reagan Parkway.
Where should I park?
First-time guests: Please turn on your flasher lights and turn into the parking lot in front of the main building. Our friendly parking attendants will guide you from there.

Mothers with infants: We have reserved parking behind the main building, close to the nursery entrance. Just look for the reserved parking signs.

Assisted parking: Reserved assisted parking spaces are located in the lot in front of the main building and also behind the main building. Parking attendants will help guide you to the right space.

General Parking: If you have children, there is parking available behind the main building/Treehouse, close to the children’s ministry spaces. There is also plenty of general parking across the street with shuttles running to the main building.

How can I let you know I’m coming to visit?
We would love to have you as our guest! We can reserve you a convenient space in the parking lot, meet you personally, and save you a seat in the main auditorium. We can also help you and your family find your way around the campus. Simply email our Host Team Coordinator, , to let us know when you would like to visit, and we will take care of the rest!