If you are a first time visitor we have parking spots available for you directly in front of the church. These parking spots are highlighted by bright green cones.

We currently offer two services every Sunday beginning at 9AM and 11AM CST. The 9AM service ends at 10:30 while the 11AM service ends at 1:00PM. 

Grace Church: Nashville is fueled by worship. We believe our worship brings joy to our mourning, peace to our storms and strength in our weakness. You will hear music from every stage and style of the church. You may participate in whatever posture is comfortable for you and will never be required to engage in any specific way. 

Pastor Lindell Cooley is passionate about preaching the full gospel in his messages. Lindell preaches a combination of profound and thought-provoking truth along with practical  life application points. 

We come to the table of the Lord corporately on the first Sunday of each month, and on Easter Sunday. During this time, we celebrate the Eucharist by the taking of bread and wine to symbolically represent the body and blood of Jesus. You do not have to be a member or regular attender of Grace Church to participate in communion with us.

If you have decided to make Grace your home church, you will be invited to participate in First Things, a six-week exploration of our history, beliefs, standards, church practices, and volunteer opportunities within our church body. There are 2-3 of these courses each year; however, you are not required to hold official membership to participate in our community groups and certain volunteer groups. To learn how you can connect with others within Grace Church, go to the “Connect” tab above and find where you can get involved.

We know it can be a bit intimidating to visit a church for the first time. We’re a friendly, enthusiastic church of all colors, ages, backgrounds, and types.

Information for Parents
We are thrilled that your family will be joining us for a Sunday morning worship celebration! Childcare is provided for children from birth-12 years of age. If you have a child from 3 months-5 years, we encourage you to arrive an additional 10 minutes early to have time to check your child in and introduce your family to our Nursery Shepherds and Volunteer Leaders.
Nursing Mothers: We have a private nursing mothers room on the left side of our main lobby. Please feel free to make use of this facility with your infant during your time with us. You may listen to the music and sermon audio from this location.
Grace Church Nursery Ages 0-3

At our Grace Church Nursery check-in kiosk, an attendant will assist you in filling out a 3-part sticker for your child, including your child’s name, allergies, and any other pertinent information.

Your child will be assigned a unique 3-digit number. One sticker will be placed on your child’s shirt, one on their diaper bag or other belongings, and one stays with you. Should we need your assistance during service, your child’s 3-digit number will be displayed on the sanctuary’s projector screens and when you pick up your child

Grace Church Kids Jr Ages 4-5

At our Grace Church Kids Jr check-in kiosk, an attendant will assist you in filling out a form with your child’s information.

Your child will be assigned a unique 3-digit number. One tag will be placed on your child’s shirt and one stays with you. Should we need your assistance during service, your child’s 3-digit number will be displayed on the sanctuary’s projector screens.

At the end of service, you can pick up your child with your sticker matching their 3-digit code.

Grace Church Kids Ages 6-12

Grace Church Kids (ages 6-12) stay with you during worship in the main sanctuary. After worship they will be dismissed to their classroom located in Auditorium 2. 

During their time, they will engage in worship and teaching by our Grace Church Kids leaders. We take pride in teaching our youth the importance of worship, prayer and reading the bible. 

At the end of service, you may meet your child at Auditorium 2. 

Every Nursery Caregiver and Volunteer Leader are verified child care workers, with a completed background check. After clearing that check, each caregiver must sign a Child Protection Policy, committing to our high standard of care and safety. In addition to these steps, we check references for each worker to authenticate their past experience with children.