What Must I Do To Be Saved?
Grace Bible Fellowship Church, Wallingford, Pennsylvania
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What Must I Do To Be Saved?
Ministries & Activities




Link to: Adult Sunday School Archives and other past Bible studies.


Weekly Groups

Ladies Fitness & Fellowship (Monday 6:30pm)

    If you are interested in a group that encourages you in the area of fitness through Bible study, exercise and fellowship, then this group is for you. All we ask is your commitment to the Lord, yourself, and to us. It's free except for the purchase of a book.
Tuesday Morning Ladies Bible Study (9:30am)



Wednesday Family Night (7:00 - 8:15 pm) [Click Here for more information]



Grace Small Groups
    Grace small groups seek to be "diverse, authentic and life-changing communities of grace glorifying God by living the gospel." Grace small groups are open to anyone who wants to connect with God, with other believers, and with their "neighbors" in the community. No matter where you are on your journey with Jesus Christ there is a place for you in a Grace small group. These groups meet each week at various homes around the community. Please call the church office if you have any questions or would like to get involved!


Monthly Groups
Young at Heart (50+)
    We meet for lunch and fellowship the second Tuesday of every month from October through June at 12 noon for lunch, fellowship and interacting with an invited guest. In December and May in place of the lunch meeting a special trip is planned. Contact: Joe Paolucci for information.


Couples Night Out

    Couples of all ages are welcome for a monthly time of fellowship and discussion on topics critical to married life.  Meetings are held on the 3rd Friday of each month (September – May).  Our topic this year is: What Did You Expect?  Contact Pastor Tim (tcowen@gracebfc.org) for more detailed information.

723 South Providence Road (Route 252), Wallingford, Pennsylvania 19086  (610) 876-8725  Dr. Richard E. Taylor, Pastor