Grace Baptist Church

 Dansville, NY

Welcome

Hello and welcome to Grace Baptist Church online!  We are a group of believers located in Dansville, NY who exist "to glorify God by spreading a passion for the supremacy of Jesus Christ to all people, and by equipping believers for Christ-centered ministry.

We hope that by browsing our website you will be able to find out more about us and our ministries.  In addition, we would love to have you come to one of our upcoming events or worship services. 

Our Sunday Services are as follows:

9:15 am - Sunday School for all ages
10:30  am - Worship Service
1:00 pm / 6:00 pm - Small Groups (first Sunday of each month at church for Communion service)

In addition, please join us Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm for Kids' Klub, Youth Group, and Adult Bible Study and Prayer.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can help you in any way.
          

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Grace Notes Blog

    Is Santa Claus Real?

    HolidayRob Wilson
    This is a question that I think all kids at some point ask, and most parents dread to answer. Amidst fanciful tales of flying reindeer and abominable snow monsters (or elves that want to be dentists) I wanted to dig deeper to see if I could find any shreds of truth behind our culture’s favorite Christmas icon.
    I was running late for church one morning and couldn’t find the dress pants that went with the shirt I wanted to wear. Finally, I located them and went to the door to put on my shoes when I stepped in something wet. One of the cats had left a surprise by the door! The loose stool not only soaked my sock, but was smeared all over the leg of the pants I had worked so hard to find! I was furious!

    What Looms Large in Your Life?

    The Secret of Perspective

    Rob Wilson
    While vacationing in the Adirondacks this summer, my family and I had the opportunity to drive to the top of Whiteface Mountain, one of the tallest peaks in that region. It was a beautiful, sunny day, and the visibility from the summit that day was over 50 miles. Before we reached the top though, we pulled off at a scenic overlook. There I happened to take a picture of my son Brendon standing on a large stone with the mountain in the back ground. At that point we still had around 1000 ft. of elevation to climb before we reached the peak. Looking back at my pictures from that afternoon though, it amuses me to see how from the angle of the picture, Brendon appears twice as tall as the mountain, and the stone he was standing on, as big as the mountain
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