We can't wait to meet you.

Here's a little bit about what Grace Church is like and what you can expect on a Sunday visit.


Grace Church is a community open to all people, regardless of where they are in their spiritual journey. This is a great place to meet a very diverse group of people and become a part of a supportive community that reaches out to those who are hurting, in need, or who just want to belong to something bigger than themselves.

Practical Teaching

Creative and relevant teaching is a priority at Grace Church. Pastor Josh loves to present the practical and timeless truths from the Bible with humor and sincerity. We hope you find the teaching inspiring and applicable to your everyday life.


One of our main goals for every Sunday service is for people to be able to connect with God and with each other. We invite you to fill out the Connection Card, which is our way of knowing who you are, what kind of needs you may have, and how we might serve you better. Please stop by the Welcome Table to turn in your Connection Card and receive a free gift as our way of saying, “Thank you for joining us.”

A Word from Our Pastor

"That’s really the goal: that we love each other. And through our love for each other, in community, the world sees there’s something different about us."

— Josh Wroten

What should I expect on Sundays?

When you pull into the parking lot, please park in one of the guest parking spots reserved for first-time guests next to the designated disabled parking spaces. As you enter the lobby, a greeter will direct you to the welcome table, where a friendly welcome team member will help provide you with a nametag as well as show you where to find the auditorium, restrooms, children’s ministry, nursery, and café. We recommend that families with children 5th grade and younger come a few minutes early to fill out a registration form at the welcome table before dropping your kids off at the nursery and/or children’s ministry. Please feel free to grab a cup of coffee or tea and a donut hole (or two!) before you enter the auditorium for the worship service. At Grace Church you can expect a meaningful and relevant worship gathering with friendly people, upbeat songs, and a casual atmosphere. We hope you feel right at home from the moment you step into the building.

What should I wear?

We’re more concerned with meeting your real-life needs than with what you wear. Most people will dress in casual weekend attire, so dress how you feel comfortable, and you’ll fit right in.

Name Tags

We use name tags at Grace Church because we value knowing your name. If you are a first-time guest, we encourage you to fill out a name tag. If you would like to have a pre-printed name tag, please complete a connection card so we can have one ready for you next Sunday.

What's available for my kids?

Your kids are important to us! We hope to engage your children to explore and encounter a relationship with God, all while keeping your child’s safety as our highest priority. On Sundays, our nursery provides a nurturing environment for children ages 0-5, and Grace Kids offers children K-5th grade a place to connect. The Grace Youth Ministry is for 6th-12th grade and meets on Friday evenings. Our trained volunteers are screened through a background check process. We value the opportunity to encourage your child with age specific lessons and to provide a place for them to connect and make friends as they grow in their faith.

"I definitely feel closer to God."

— Grace Church partner
& FORMUS participant

Location & Service Time

Our church family meets every Sunday morning at:

36060 Fremont Blvd
Fremont, CA 94536


Service Times

  • 1st Service - 9:00am
    (masks and socially distancing)
  • 2nd Main Service - 10:30am