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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Grace Presbyterian Church is excited to announce the creation of our FAMILY WORSHIP SERVICE launching on October 5th at 8:30am. It will include a children’s message and our Kid’s Own Worship program. As well as family friendly songs and readings. So stay tuned to more info about this great way to worship God with your whole family.

Worship and Bible Study

Upcoming Worship

Sunday, October 5: 8:30 am

Sermon: Mad At God

Text: Jonah 4:1-11

The Rev. Dr. Paul A. Leggett

Sunday, October 5: 11:00 am

Sermon: Mad At God

Text: Jonah 4:1-11

The Rev. Dr. Paul A. Leggett

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Today’s Devotions

Suggested Devotional Reading for Wednesday, October 1:

Psalm 10:1-18 (click to read online)

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Sermons Online

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Crying Out to the Lord

By The Rev. Dr. Paul A. Leggett

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Text:Jonah 2:1-10


Jonah is swallowed by a “great fish,” not a whale.  According to the Greek version of the Old Testament it is a “sea monster.”  This is no natural animal.  It symbolizes the Pit into which any of us can find ourselves (Jonah 2:6).  This is the place of desperation and despair.  Why does God allow this?  The purpose of these experiences is to give us a renewed sense of the reality and presence of the Lord.  It is also a prophetic picture of Jesus Christ (Matthew 12:38-40).  Yet these are difficult lessons.  The greatest lesson for us is the promise and power of prayer.  Prayer can even change God’s mind (Jonah 2:10).

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Bible Study

Read I Kings using study guides prepared by Paul Leggett.

Ask questions, post comments, and join the discussion in this interactive study.

I Kings

I Kings 18-19: “Choose This Day Whom You Will Serve”

October 1, 2014

The story of Elijah and the prophets of Baal on Mount Carmel is one of the most famous in the Bible.  It is important for us to remember the context of these events.  One after the other of kings of Israel have turned away from the Lord and now the worst one, King Ahab, is on the throne with a Sidonian princess as his wife.  Elijah confronts the prophets of Baal on Mount Carmel.  God hears him and sends fire from heaven.  But Elijah is depressed and fearful.  He feels alone.  Yet God does not leave him alone.   God does not leave us alone

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Featured Events

Saturday, October 4: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Garage Sale

Bake sale too!

Please join us for a special event sponsored by our Deacons!  Proceeds will go to Property and the Deacon's Fund.


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Today’s Calendar

October Calendar


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