At Grace Community Church we are always asking the question, “how can we better serve our community?” The Park is one of our answers to that question. We desire for the Park to be a place where kids can come and play, parents can stay fit in our upstairs workout balcony, and a place where parents can come to share a cup of coffee with a friend while their children play. We hope that you will see The Park @ Grace as just that place! 

FOR UPDATED HOURS AND INFORMATION ABOUT THE PARK... the best place to be "in the know" is The Park at Grace's Facebook page. Please be sure to check out the latest posts and information there before you visit! Thank you!

The Event Room At The Park

Whether it's a birthday party, baby shower, or anything in between the Event Room is the perfect venue for every occasion. For more information and availability please use the button below.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the days/hours that The Park is open?
The Park is open: Monday-Thursday: 9AM - 12PM Tuesday/Thursday Nights: 5:30PM - 7:30PM Saturdays: 12PM - 5PM
Can I go up into the structure with my child?
You can go into the structure to retrieve your child only if you need to, but it isn't designed and available for adults to play in it with their children.
Can I have a birthday party in the Park lobby?
No. Birthday parties are only permitted in the Event Room on a reservation basis.
Can I reserve The Park for an event?
You can reserve our event room for a 2 hour block during our regular open hours. The event room will be available for just your event, however, the Park will be open to other guests during your event. To reserve the event room, please email Georgia Bateson at
What are the ages for the BIG structure?
The ages are 12 and under. We ask that your child is potty trained before playing on the big structure. We have a toddler area for children 4 and under. If you do not feel comfortable leaving your child alone on the big play structure, we recommend that they play in the toddler area.
Can I bring food or snacks to The Park?
You are welcome to bring food & snacks into the Park Lobby area. We have several tables where you can sit to eat or drink. Food & drink is not permitted into The Park area. We also have vending machines with gatorade, juices, water, teas available for purchase in our lobby.
Can I bring a group of kids to The Park?
Groups up to 10 kids or less need to be accompanied by an adult 18 years of age or older. If your group has more than 10 kids, you will need 1 adult (18 years of age or older) for every 10 kids in your group.
How do you keep the play equipment clean?
We have a daily cleaning routine as well as a weekly "deep" clean. We use only "green" & kid-safe disinfecting chemicals on the structure.
How do you keep The Park safe?
Watching the children is definitely the parents/guardians responsibility. However, our volunteers are there to monitor the safety as well. We use camera surveillance as well as software to keep track of the capacity. If you see something that is potentially unsafe, please alert our volunteer staff ASAP.
Can I workout in the gym or fitness room on the other side of the building while my child is in The Park?
No, you must remain with your child at all times. We do have a mezzanine level for adults with treadmills and ellipticals that we invite you to use while your child is playing. We ask that you do not wear headphones while using the equipment so you can actively listen for when your child needs your attention.

Special Needs Hours

The Park is a place where ALL kids can come and play! The Park will be offering SENSORY FRIENDLY and MINDFUL MOBILITY experiences for our Special Needs community during non-public hours.
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Volunteer in The Park at Grace

Is to have Park Volunteers serve one shift every other week. Please indicate ALL of the potential shifts you would be interested in. Select shifts that will work for you and we will be in touch to discuss options to best fit everyone's schedules and our current needs.