The Saving Grace Family
Invites You To Join Us
for Praise, Worship,
and the Word!
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to begin an anointed and spiritually filled journey
based on the word of GOD!
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join us for our service replay starting at 1:00 PM
During COVID, we continue to minister to those in need.
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Saving Grace Christian Bible Fellowship
411 South College
Georgetown, TX 78626
Word's from the Pastor's Heart
Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves, not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of the others. Philippians 2:3 (New International Version)
When the body of Christ focuses on their common union with Christ, follow him as their head and use their individual gifts to serve one another with an attitude of humility and love, the Church functions properly, Believers are blessed, and GOD is Glorified. This is my prayer for each of you!
Harriett Jones, Pastor
At Saving Grace, it is our earnest desire:
To build a non-denominational safe haven where the wounded people of God can reunite with other Christian families and worship the Almighty Creator in Spirit and Truth.
To assist families in permanently fostering deeper spiritual relationships with God's son, our Lord and Savior, Jesus the risen Christ.
To develop spiritually strong and mature Christians through the un-compromised and complete teachings of the Word of God, just as He declared it in the Holy Bible.
Proudly participated in the 2019 Martin Luther King Day Celebration. As President of the GMA (Georgetown Ministerial Alliance), our Pastor, Rev. Harriett Jones, shepherded the event, drawing together local leaders of government and civic organizations to commemorate the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
This was especially poignant to Rev. Jones, as she had experienced terrible prejudice as a child in Wharton, Texas, where she was in the first class of African American students to be bused to the local, all white high school. Following her parents careful guidance, she was grounded in the truth, and in how to stay safe in a hostile environment. Pastor Jones, rose above the hate directed at her in her childhood and went on to college and a life of ministry with her late husband, Rev. Leroy Jones.
Rev. Jones was quoted in the local paper as saying she was, "very excited by this year's celebration... This would have been Dr. King's 90th birthday. He was truly a servant and a testament, not only to Blacks, but for the whole country of how we are supposed to treat one another."
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Youth Dept. Teachers
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