We gather for corporate worship at 10:00am on Sundays and for various events / ministry meetings at our main location – 29047 Lorain Road, North Olmsted, OH 44070. We also have couples who host community group bible studies in their homes bi-weekly (see info below).
Broadview Heights Community Group
Meets 7pm, Wednesdays @ 9090 Ledgemont Drive
Contact Mike Chen for more info 216-538-4042
North Olmsted Community Group
Meets 7pm, Fridays @ the church, 29047 Lorain Road
Contact David Baughman for more info 216-401-0379
North Olmsted Community Group
Meets 7pm, Fridays @ 7068 Barton Road
Contact Justin Baker for more info 440-382-1436
North Ridgeville Community Group
Meets 7pm, Wednesdays @ 37801 Sugar Ridge Road
Contact Brad Baker for more info 440-327-3292
North Ridgeville Young Adult Community Group
Meets 7pm, Wednesdays @ 34798 Lorain Road
Contact Kenny Wilson for more info 216-832-3689
Strongsville Community Group
Meets 7pm, Wednesdays @ 13904 East Bend Drive
Contact Jonathan Baker for more info 330-221-5216
Motivated by the unmerited grace of God, we desire to accomplish our vision through serving the people of Cleveland area by being a local church that:
1Is a Place of Worship where the Lord Jesus Christ is glorified and adored as we worship in Spirit and in truth.
2Is a Place of Refuge for weary and disillusioned believers.
3Is a Training Center for growth in character, family life, relationships, gifting and knowledge of the truth of God’s Word.
4Is a Mission Base to develop, initiate, implement, and support evangelistic and church planting ventures.
Above all else, our desire here at Sovereign Grace Church is to glorify God in what we do and who we are. What does it mean to glorify God? It means to have an ever-deepening love for Him. It means living with humble thankfulness for what He has done for us through the cross of Christ. It also means seeking to live our lives by His grace in order to please Him and demonstrate His love to others.
We treasure the Bible as God’s inspired Word and gladly submit to its authority. Because we believe that the Bible is sufficient to direct us in every area of life, Bible study and scriptural application are vital to how we walk out our faith and care for one another.
Like Christians throughout the ages, we have a great need for the dynamic power of the Holy Spirit in our lives. The Spirit counsels us, comforts us and convicts us of sin so that we might grow in faith and better live to please Christ. As we experience His presence we are refreshed and encouraged and our passion for Him grows.
In our increasingly fragmented culture, meaningful relationships are becoming more and more difficult to maintain. God has designed the church, however, to be a lasting answer to this problem – a family of friends who care for one another and overcome the differences that keep people apart. Whether it is building lifelong friendships, reaching out to someone who is not like us or working to resolve conflicts with biblical integrity, genuine relationships are truly a possibility in the church.
For a church to have the impact that God intends, it must have a mission. Whether through church planting, evangelistic teams, or community outreach efforts, we long to see the gospel transform lives in our own neighborhoods, throughout the region, and even to the ends of the earth.