An Independent Grace Church

We are an independent Grace Church and not affiliated with any denomination. Grace Memorial Church primarily exists because we have been called by God to minister in the Edinburg, Taylorville, Rochester, Springfield and the surrounding area.  

Grace Memorial Church is located in Edinburg, IL which is about half way between Springfield (the state capitol) and Taylorville along Illinois Highway 29.

COVID-19 Info

We are following the guidelines established by the State of Illinois and have resumed services on our regular schedule. Face masks are required and social distancing is practiced in our worship area.

Our Goals As a Church

To glorify God

To reach those who do not know Christ as their personal Savior

To build up the fellow members of the church for today which is called the Body of Christ

We do this by providing Bible-based teaching and preaching from the entire Word of God while putting into practice 2 Timothy 2:15 where we are instructed to “rightly divide the Word of Truth”.

Why Not Join US This Sunday?

If you have any questions about how to be saved, or about what we believe, why not join us on Sunday morning? We’d love to see you! 

If you are looking for a church that teaches and preaches the Bible, we would welcome the chance to get to know you and answer any questions you might have.

Service Times

Sunday:
9:30 AM – Worship Service
10:45 AM – Sunday School

Wednesday:
2:00 PM – Bible Study and Prayer Meeting

Contact

Address:
108 E. Douglas St.
Edinburg, IL 62531

Phone: (217) 623-4014

Our Pastor

Pastor Wes Barteck accepted the call to be the Pastor of Grace Memorial Church and started his ministry here in August of 2019. He previously served churches in Lena, Wisconsin; Inverness, Florida and Madison/Sun Prairie, Wisconsin.

He currently serves on the Berean Bible Fellowship Board and is the Secretary-Treasurer for that organization.

He and his wife, Debbie, live in Taylorville.

From the Pastor's Desk

Thanksgiving

November is traditionally a time for us to reflect on how thankful we are as we celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.  This month, I’d like to

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Fall Colors

Now that we are into the month of October, one thing we notice is the changing of the leaves from green to their beautiful fall

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Sermons