Dear GRC family,
We are looking forward to seeing you at church this week—in-person or at home! Starting April 25, 2021, registration will no longer be required to attend any of our in-person services.
North Richland Hills Campus:
May 23 2021, 9.30am
June 27 2021, 9.30am
Sundays: 9.30am | 11.30am | 5.00pm
Here's what we're doing to keep you safe at our in-person services
- Hand sanitizer stations will be available at multiple locations on campus.
- Our services and interactions will be intentionally touch-free (e.g. avoid hugs or handshakes for now).
- Physical contact of common items such as the holy Communion elements will be minimized. Holy Communion elements will be placed on each seat and only disposed of after the service.
- Enhanced environmental cleaning and disinfection will take place before and after service, especially in common areas and on high-touch surfaces.
Have questions about church reopening?
Will all GRC campuses be open for weekend services? What time will the services be held at the NRH campus? When will the Plano campus reopen? Are online services still available?
Our in-person services at North Richland Hills (NRH) campus have resumed since Oct 4, 2020. More information can be found here. Rock Kidz in-person classes have also resumed and the schedule can be found here.
The Plano Campus meets in-person once a month and more information about our services can be found here.
All services will continue to be streamed online.
How do I register to attend the service?
Registration is no longer needed to attend services at both our NRH and Plano Campuses.
Will Rock Kidz classes be available when the campus reopens?
Rock Kidz in-person classes have resumed at our NRH & Plano Campuses. As the classes are not operating on a weekly basis, kindly refer to our Rock Kidz page for the schedule and more details.
What if I’m not comfortable to attend a service on campus yet?
That’s fine! We encourage you to be led by the Spirit and make the most peaceful and restful decision for you and your family. All services will continue to be streamed online at watch.gracerevdfw.com and you can still watch the service from the comfort of your home.
Is everyone required to wear a mask during services?
We are no longer requiring everyone to wear a mask during the services. However, if you feel more comfortable wearing one, you are more than welcome to do so.
Will my temperature be taken as I enter the campus?
No, we will not be taking your temperature as you enter the campus. However, we ask that you screen your own temperature at home before making your way to the NRH campus for service. Unsure if you should be coming for service? Please go through this self-screening checklist at home before making your way to church.
If you have a fever of 100 degrees or above, a cough or sore throat, shortness of breath, or have had contact with anyone confirmed to have COVID-19 in the past 14 days, please stay home and join us for service online.
What will the service be like?
We will be having live worship, a powerful word and a time of holy Communion led by one of our local pastors.
Can I still receive prayer at the service?
As we will not be having in-person ministry at the NRH campus at this time, you can share your prayer requests with us here.
Can I still give my tithe or offering on campus?
For touch-free giving, we encourage you to make your gifts online through our safe and secure giving platform here.
What are the steps I should take if I have tested positive for COVID-19 / suspect I might have COVID-19 after attending a service on campus?
If you have tested positive any time after attending a service or have been in close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 and suspect that you might have the virus, please fill in this form as soon as possible so that we can keep our community updated and make the right decisions for our Sunday services.
You may watch the service online from home until you have tested negative for the virus. (Please update the church once you have tested negative.)
What are the measures taken if someone exhibits symptoms of COVID-19 on campus?
If an attendee is found to be exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 on campus, he/she will be separated from the general congregation. The attendee will be advised to head home and to monitor his/her symptoms if the person is able to, and to tune in to service at a later time.
If his/her symptoms are severe, we will arrange for safe transporting of the person to a medical facility.
What are the measures that will be taken if someone is found to have tested positive for COVD-19 after attending a service on campus?
Should a member/visitor of one of our services be found to have tested positive for COVD-19, we will update local health officials and notify our GRC family via the GRC website and an email will also be sent to the church.
In the event that we see a marked increase in community spread, the campus may need to be closed temporarily to mitigate the spread of the virus.