MEMBERSHIP

FINANCIAL AUDIT

Moss, Levy and Hartzheim LLP has completed the 2020 audit of our books and issued an audited financial statement for last year.  Our books are complete and in good shape, nothing unusual or incorrect was noted.  The links below provide the opinion letter and the summary of expenses for Fiscal Year 2020-2021.

Is Grace Bible Church required to do an audit?

No.  The Board of Elders chooses to do an audit every other year.

Why did Grace Bible Church do an audit?

An audit provides another internal control and provides another layer of accountability. Audits are the highest level of assurances a CPA offers.

MORE QUESTIONS

It is the desire of GBC leadership to be good stewards of the gifts that have been given.  Should you have any more questions, please always feel welcome to contact the Elders at elders@gracebibleag.com or staff at hello@gracebibleag.com.

We can’t wait to meet you. Welcome home!

An important aspect of a strong family is commitment: loving and supporting each other, working together, and identifying with family values and beliefs. Belonging to a church family is very similar and involves membership. Membership is also a commitment, expressing an individual’s identification, participation and partnership with a local church. The church is much more than an organization; it is a family in the best sense of the word.

HOW DO I BECOME A MEMBER?

If you’re interested in becoming a member of Grace Bible Church, we would love to meet you. The membership process has three simple steps and generally doesn’t take long.

1. Attend a membership class. The class occurs quarterly, usually on Sunday during or after the second service. We’ll talk through what we believe at Grace Bible Church (including our Statement of Faith); our church structure, Bylaws and leadership; and what it means to be a member of our community. We cover next steps and answer questions, too.

2. Complete and submit a membership application. The application is a single page with a few basic questions about your personal faith. It serves as a friendly introduction.

3. Interview with one of our elders. The interview is a helpful touchpoint that lets us meet personally, follow up on your application, and answer any questions you might have.

After the interview, based on the elder’s recommendation, our Board of Elders will vote on your membership. Upon acceptance, we’ll make every effort to welcome you into the community at a subsequent worship service. From there, you can explore opportunities to get involved or simply enjoy being a new member in the congregation.

We are excited to have you here and look forward to continuing this mission of learning to live and love like Jesus together.