Grace Baptist is a vibrant and growing church family committed to our mission as a Bible-centered ministry to glorify and worship God through the salvation of sinners and the discipling, edifying and equipping of God’s people. Our vision is, “Love God, Love People, and Serve Others” based on the scripture found in Matthew 22:37-40.
We are committed to glorifying God in each and every one of our ministries. No matter what stage of life you are in, whether you are married or single, with children or without. Whether you are young parents, empty-nesters or grandparents, Grace Baptist Church has a place for you.
We believe that the church is not the building but the people. This means that at Grace Baptist Church we emphasize relationships. We’ll seek to help you build your relationship to God through Jesus Christ, and then we’ll give you opportunities to build lasting relationships with other people. People and their walk with God matter at Grace Baptist Church. We think you’ll sense that as you worship with us.
Our theme for this year is "Gospel Transformation: Pursuing Holiness Together"
On March 30, 1972, a small group of men met to discuss the formation of an evangelical church in the Charlottetown area. Subsequently, services were started on Sunday, December 31, 1972.April 8th proved to be another milestone when it was decided to inaugurate a Sunday School and also morning services, beginning the Sunday after Easter. At this time interim Deacons Arthur Bell, Morris Johnson, and Robert Walker were installed and Reverend Dale Gallagher was appointed as interim pastor. The church offices of Treasurer, Secretary and Sunday School Superintendent were filled by Arthur Bell, Robert Walker and Morris Johnson respectively. In June 1973, a decision was made to affiliate with the Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada and application was made for membership. In preparation for a recognition service, an interim constitution and by-laws were accepted by the church and on September 14, 1973, representatives from various Maritime churches of like faith and practice met with the church and officially recognized it as a New Testament Church known as Grace Fellowship Baptist Church. October 7th saw seventeen charter members installed. In November 1973 Reverend Alex Rockwell began his ministry as pastor. The year closed on the anniversary of the first service with a watch night service at the Pastor’s home. At this time the church had twenty members. Average attendance at services in 1973 was thirty-seven. In the spring of 1974 the name of the Church was shortened to Grace Baptist Church.
What We Believe
To see our doctrinal preamble and what we believe of the gospel, click here. If you have any questions about our beliefs, please contact one of our pastors.