“For by grace…
Biblical Hallmarks of Grace Chapel, Crossville TN
Our church centers on the true Messiah Jesus Christ alone, relies on Scripture alone as our sole biblical authority, looks to be filled with God’s abundant grace alone, diligently accomplishes all things for the Kingdom of God through faith alone, so that all is achieved for
the glory of God alone.
Grace Chapel is a Reformed, Christ-centered church holding to the historic doctrines of grace, and our Lord’s Day service reflects historic Christian practices surrounding the Regulative Principle of Worship in biblical preaching, faithfully administering the sacraments, and exclusively singing the God-inspired Psalms a capella.
Worship in Spirit and Truth at Grace Chapel
“God is Spirit, and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth,” (John 4:24).
“Religious worship is devout behavior towards God, by which we acknowledge his Sovereignty over us, and the dueness of our obedience to him, appearing before him, and waiting on him, in the way he has appointed in his Word.”
John Wilson (1588-1667), The Simplicity of New Testament Worship
“The worship of God must be a great thing because the Lord is a great God, and it must be suitable to his greatness. Psalm 48:1, “Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised.”
Jeremiah Burroughs (1599-1646), Gospel Worship
Preaching Plainly, Boldly and FaithfullyBiblical preaching is to be exercised skillfully in being plain, bold and faithful to the Scriptures.
Singing Psalms, Hymns & SongsScripture instructs us that in worship we are to sing psalms, hymns and spiritual songs.
The Hallmarks of Grace ChapelIn following the Protestant Reformation, we hold to five important hallmarks of grace.
The Historic Standards
of Grace Chapel
Resources from Grace Chapel
Lord’s Day Worship: 11am
Wednesday Prayer Meeting: 5:30pm