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Updated on November 9, 2020: Until further notice there are extremely limited in-person meetings at the church campus. There are not currently in-person church services or events for the protection of our church community.  Please contact the church office if you have any questions. 

Spring 2020 – The Session and Congregation of Grace Church are pleased to welcome new Senior Pastor, the Rev. Mark Burnham. The Rev. Dr. Karen Hastings-Flegel continues to inspire Sunday worshipers with her riveting and enchanting organ performances. 


Grace Presbyterian Church was founded in 1958 to serve the growing population of Walnut Creek. Retired founding pastor, the Rev. Robert Williams, still serves the church as Pastor Emeritus. Retired Associate Pastor, Charie Reid also serves as Pastor Emerita. The second Senior Pastor, the Rev. Roger Reaber retired in 2018. Third Senior Pastor, the Rev. Mark Burnham began his tenure in April 2020 in the midst of the global pandemic crisis. In response to this crisis Grace offers our first ever on-line worship experience.

Today the church continues to serve the Tice Valley, other local communities and global mission efforts. All are welcome to worship and to join us for a special activity at the Church. We are known for our friendly and welcoming congregation and we hope you will feel at home here. 


Grace will continue to provide Sunday worship service via Zoom and the pre-recorded service. There are no in-person worship services at this time. Please click on the Church-at-Home page to view recorded services.

Under usual circumstances, Sunday worship begins at 10:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary. Members and visitors are encouraged to join us for fellowship and refreshments after worship. On many Sundays there is an Adult Bible Study or a sermon discussion offered after church.


We welcome and celebrate all who join us—the young and the old, the rich and the poor, the gay and the straight, the strong and the weak, the meek and the brave—and though we are different one from another, we are united in loving and praising God and in loving each other.


Guided by the Holy Spirit, with open minds and hearts, we celebrate and share the love of Jesus Christ, and are instruments of God’s grace, and peace.

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Email the Church office:   gracepreschurchwc@gmail.com


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