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In August 1983, twelve people met in the Clear Lake Intermediate School auditorium to begin Grace Community Church. Founding Pastor Steve Riggle jokes that everyone there that day had a job in the church, including the children. Four weeks after that first Sunday, God provided Grace’s first facility. It was a miracle. That small congregation cleaned up the building and started holding services with great faith that God was going to do something in and through them.
In a matter of months, Grace grew from that original twelve people to several hundred. The Grace family quickly outgrew that little building and started looking for a new place to call home. Again, God provided just what was needed. Grace moved to the heart of League City in 1984 and refurbished the facility. Volunteer teams worked weekends to prepare the new home for the opening Sunday. After four years, Grace was holding three services to accommodate people who wanted to encounter God in a fresh way. Again, a new home was needed. Grace purchased property and built a landmark building at the entrance to Clear Lake City in 1990. Soon even the new home would be too small to hold what God was doing.
With a clear call from God to lift our eyes an see the City of Houston, Steve and the leadership team made a bold move in purchasing 86 acres on the current site at the Gulf Freeway and Dixie Farm Road and relocating the church to this new campus. The new worship center accommodates 10,000 people in worship. The building also offers a number of classrooms, four auditoriums, one gym, and a huge playscape. Today, Grace holds 9 weekend services and 6 weekly services on 4 campuses.
Grace Community Church North Houston moved into its new 85 acre North Campus August 5, 2007. It is located at the southern edge of The Woodlands (I-45 and Spring Crossing Exit). The first phase of development includes a 750 seat worship center with children¹s auditorium, nurseries, meeting rooms, and a coffee bar and café ove