Grace Hill Church is getting close to launch. We will be holding our launch service on Sunday, September 10 and we are praying that many people will come out from Herndon and the surrounding area. However, one valid question that I have heard quite often is this:

Is a church plant a real church?

If you think about it, church plants usually don’t have their own buildings. The pastors are generally younger. They have not established many programs and partnerships in the community yet. They don’t have much money to provide the kind of programming for our kids and youth like a more established church. They also tend to be smaller in size.

Over the next few weeks as we prepare for the launch of Grace Hill Church, we’re going to be posting a few blogs seeking to answer this question. More specifically, we’re going to answer the following questions:

Can a church really meet in a school?

Can I bring my children to a church plant?

What can a church plant offer in terms of programs and opportunities?

So, keep your eye on the blog. Maybe you have never thought about joining a brand-new church. Maybe some of these questions are a legitimate concern for you. I hope that our attempts to answer these questions will show you that these potential obstacles are actually incredible opportunities.

So, if you are looking for a church or never have been to a church, we’d love to have you come and visit us at Grace Hill. We are a new church in Herndon, VA and our desire is to be a church where all people can find joy in Jesus. We’ll be launching on Sunday, September 10, at 10:30am at Dranesville Elementary School – 1515 Powells Tavern Place, Herndon, VA 20170.