We're glad you are visiting our site. Gray Road is committed to helping people become committed followers of Jesus Christ.
We believe that the Christian life is a journey. The Bible gives us the record of many important journeys. Abraham and Sarah, Moses and Israel, and the Apostle Paul spent a lot of time traveling on journeys.
As the Apostles journeyed with Jesus, not only did they travel from place to place, they also discovered that they were on a life-changing spiritual journey. Jesus took them on a journey that changed their lives forever, and we are on that journey as well.
We invite you to JOIN THE JOURNEY!
A round about is being installed at the intersection of Edgewood and McFarland. This interesection will be closed July 21th to August 3rd. So, plan your best route and make sure to give yourself a little extra time to get to church.
GRBC CLOSINGS AND CANCELLATIONS
There are no church related closings or cancellations at this time.
See Christian School page for school closing information.
The Anchor of Truth, Newsletter
Click here to view The Anchor of Truth. This is a newsletter containing important articles written by our pastoral staff at Gray Road Baptist Church. Printed copies are available at the Information Center in the foyer.
The Central Message of Christianity
Have you heard people talking about Christianity, but don't really know what it is? Click on the audio sermon below to hear Pastor Toby talk about "The Central Message of Christianity."
Growth Groups, Fall 2014
Ephesians: God’s Big Plan for Christ’s New People by Thabiti Anyabwile, elder at First Baptist Church of Grand Cayman in the Grand Cayman Islands, Council member of The Gospel Coalition and 9 Marks author of What Is a Healthy Church Member?
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“Ephesians is one of the most beautiful books in the Bible. The symmetry between rich theology and applied living can hardly be matched. So, if a Christian wants to think carefully about what he/she believes and then walk out their beliefs, Ephesians is an excellent book to study. I also love the book because of the honored place the book gives to the local church. If we would be healthy Christians, we would be wise to build our lives around the kind of church that emerges from the book of Ephesians." ~ Thabiti Anyabwile