After spending time seeking God's direction for their lives, Dave and Charmaine McCabe were led to Camas, Washington to pioneer Grace Foursquare Church. They began with just a handful of people the first Sunday in February, 1982 using the Camas High School choir room. From those humble beginnings, the church has grown little by little, step by step. As the church grew and met in different locations, it became apparent that it was time to plan for a permanent home. The land that we are currently located on was purchased in August of 1988. Because of faithful giving and God's miraculous help, the land was completely paid for thirteen months later.
Construction on our original building (South Auditorium) began in January, 1991, and the first service was held in July of that year. Soon after the doors were opened, it was evident that God's plans were bigger than had been planned for as more and more people found their lives being changed at Grace Church. Three additional classrooms (South Wing) were ready for use by November, 1992.
Continuing in God's plans and catching His vision to influence Clark County, Grace purchased the three acres to the north to make room for new growth. People have steadily come as they have experienced the touch of Jesus in their lives. We knew that there are many more individuals and families in our communities who needed to know God's love and grace. Because of this, new facilities were constructed in 2004. New classrooms, offices, and a new auditorium for worship added 20,700 square feet of new space at Grace.
In 2014, we completed an expanded lobby and 4 additional classrooms (East Wing) to accommodate our growing church and children’s ministry. We are currently building a multipurpose gymnasium on the South East part of our campus. Our hope is to have a building with multiple worship and teaching venues in order to best serve our church and community.
Grace Church is committed to proclaim Jesus Christ to be alive and active. Our purpose is to encourage each other to live in a vital relationship with Jesus; believing that by following Jesus as our Lord we will influence our world.