Press Release: Grace Church, Truro.
Truro church continues to grow
A Truro church is on the move again, having outgrown its Sunday venue.
For the past eighteen months, Grace Church has been meeting in the Trelander and St Clement’s Community Hall, but from 6th October, the church will be meeting in the Fal Building at Truro College.
Grace Church began in 2010 with nine adults and two children gathering in a front room. Since then, the church has experienced a steady stream of people coming through the doors and joining the life of the church community.
Andrew Sampson, one of the leaders of Grace Church, explains: ‘our experience shows that God isn’t finished with his Church. We’re constantly hearing stories of church decline, but God is still in the business of changing people’s lives and drawing them into his family.
‘For some time, our Sunday gatherings have felt full to bursting, and we’ve realised that it’s time to move to a new, larger venue where we can continue to serve the growing numbers of people who are coming our way.’
Grace Church is part of the Newfrontiers family of churches, a fast-growing network of churches in many different nations.
The name ‘Grace Church’picks up on a belief that is central to the Christian faith. The concept of grace is that God’s love and offer of new life are freely offered to all, regardless of the status of the person.
The church meets on Sundays at 10.30am in the Fal Building of Truro College. Its meetings are open to all, and a warm welcome is offered to all newcomers.
Further information can be found at www.gracetruro.org
Contact: Andrew Sampson