Grace Presbyterian Church, Montclair, New Jersey

Seeking to equip people to live as Christian disciples wherever God has placed them.


Welcome to Grace Presbyterian Church. We are a dynamic and diverse congregation who gather together in the name of Jesus Christ for worship, discipleship and service. As Christ’s followers we strive to grow in God’s love and show it in lives that are transformed, using the ageless truths of the Bible as our foundation.

Grace offers compelling opportunities for all ages from adult discipleship to choir to Sunday School and youth groups to service projects. Wherever you are in your faith pilgrimage, we hope you’ll join us and experience the life-changing message of the Gospel.

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Worship Time Change

Please note that starting April 26th, we will hold one worship service at 10am.

We will hold Sunday School from 9-9:50.

This will be a trial that will be assessed.

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Today’s Devotions

Suggested Devotional Reading for Tuesday, April 28:

Acts 13:13-25 (click to read online)

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Sermons Online

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Facing Jesus:Grace and Gratitude

By The Rev. Dr. Paul A. Leggett

Sunday, April 19, 2015 · Gospel Service

Series: Facing Jesus

Text:Luke 17:11-19


To suffer from leprosy in biblical times was tantamount to a death sentence.  Lepers were segregated from the general population and, according to the law, had to wear torn clothes and cry out, “Unclean, unclean,” in effect warning others to keep away.  Samaritans were regarded as corrupters of the faith of Israel to the point of having accepted pagan gods into their temple.  To the Jews in Jerusalem the word “Samaritan” was virtually synonymous with “demon” (John 8:48).  Jesus is approached by a group of ten lepers crying for mercy.  All receive mercy but one in particular, a Samaritan, fully demonstrates faith.  The ultimate expression of faith is gratitude. To offer thanks to God is to acknowledge our dependence on Him.  This gratitude needs to be the basis for our life in Christ.

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Bible Study

Read The Epistle to the Ephesians using study guides prepared by Paul Leggett.

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The Epistle to the Ephesians

Ephesians 1:15-2:10: “The Power of Grace”

April 15, 2015

There is no more central concept in all the New Testament than that of grace. Grace as it is often said is God’s mercy and forgiveness apart from any merit on our part.  Paul both expounds and defends this view through many of his epistles including the Letter to the Ephesians.  The opposite of grace is not sin. Rather the opposite of grace is works as defined by the law.

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