FGU BILINGUAL IN ST. CLOUD
Even if you have never felt like you fit in anywhere, you fit in at Free Grace United Bilingual. Misfits, outcasts, and nerds, we’re all cool kids here. Free Grace United Bilingual is an American Sign Language & English speaking church. We honor both languages equally. So, no matter which language you speak, we can all worship, serve, and do life together.
Sundays @ 5:30 pm
See our special Good Friday & Easter service times HERE.
Each congregation of Free Grace United is a distinct local church. They vary in size, demographics, and cultural aesthetics. Each has its own story, its own pastors, and its own ministries. In deciding which congregation to join, we encourage you to start by visiting the one closest to you.
FREE GRACE KIDS
Each of our churches are unique, which means that each church offers something a little different for kids during our weekend services. As our churches grow, we develop a church experience especially for them! (Read about Kids Church here.) Our mission at every church is to see your kids cross the line of faith and follow Jesus!
ST CLOUD BILINGUAL:
Our services here are family-friendly – meaning that children of all ages get to join their grown-ups for “big church”! Kids benefit greatly from watching the adults in their lives worship Jesus. We provide a kid version of the sermon notes with activities to help little brains stay focused. Here are some suggestions of other things you can do to help your kids stay engaged:
- Have your child bring his/her own Bible, and help look up the Scripture in the sermon
- Encourage them to sing or dance during worship songs
- Coloring items
- Small, non-electronic toys for little ones (cars, puzzles, books)
- The Bible App for Kids and a pair of headphones
If your child gets wiggly or chatty, you can step into the lobby at any time to give him/her a break. You and your kids are welcome here!
FGU ST CLOUD BILINGUAL LEADER
Jacqi is a mom of three with a deep desire to provide a church home where ASL and English are equally valued; where people can worship, serve, and do life together in both languages, and where those who may not fit elsewhere are loved and have the opportunity to know Jesus.