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Grace Campus

Grace Marketplace

3055 NE 28th Avenue
Gainesville, Fl

Service Times

Sunday 11:00 AM


Kanapaha Campus

Kanapaha Campus

5005 SW 75th St
Gainesville, FL 32608

Service Times

Sundays at 10:45am


Lincoln Campus

Lincoln Middle School

1001 SE 12th St
Gainesville, Fl 32641

Service Times

Sundays at 10:45 am


Northwest Campus

NorthWest Campus

2925 NW 39th Avenue

Gainesville, FL 32605

Service Times

Sundays at 9am & 11am


Online Campus

Church Online


Service Times

Sundays at 9:00am, 10:45am & 6:00pm

Mondays at 2:00pm


S. Florida Campus

Greenhouse South Florida

1200 SW 136th Ave
Davie, Fl 33325

Service Times

Sundays at 10:45am


The Hub Campus

Greenhouse Hub

10924 NW 39th Ave
Gainesville, FL 32606

Service Times

Currently Under Construction


University Campus

University Auditorium

333 Newell Dr
Gainesville, FL 32611
Next to Century Bell Tower on UF Campus

Service Times

Sunday Nights at 7:30pm


Q & A with Pastor Mike Patz

Quick Q & A with Pastor Mike Patz:

What’s up with green?
True discipleship. Yellow and blue make green. Imagine our relationship with God with the color yellow. Imagine our relationship with people with the color blue. We are not called to simply live in the yellow or in the blue, but in the green. The green is the place of health & growth & true Jesus-following. We use the word worship to describe our relationship with God. When we have truly connected with Him, we feel His heart and move into a life of mission. Authentic community then, is the result of experiencing God and mission together.

If I’m new around here, what might be the first dozen books you’d recommend?
Basic Christianity, by John Stott. Secrets of the Secret Place, by Bob Sorge. Mere Christianity, by C.S. Lewis. Reason for Godand The Prodigal God, by Tim Keller.  Knowing God, by J.I. Packer. The Divine Conspiracy, by Dallas Willard. The Shaping of Things to Come, by Michael Frost & Alan Hirsch. Crazy Love, by Francis Chan. Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger, by Ronald Sider. Paul the Spirit and the People of God, by Gordon Fee. Why Revival Tarries, by Leonard Ravenhill.

What preachers have had a strong influence on you?
Brian Sanders, Mark Rutland, John Piper, Tim Keller, Tony Evans, Martin Luther King, Jr.

What is your approach to preaching?
Jesus-centered. The goal of every sermon is beyond information-dissemination; we want people to encounter God and worship on the spot. We tend to preach expository sermons where we go verse-by-verse through books or sections of the Scripture, but the purpose is not simply moral exhortation. We try to make clear application to real life that flows out of an experience with God Himself. It is our conviction that every part of the Bible points to Jesus and His redemption, so we read every little passage and story in the light of the one main story: the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

What sorts of churches do you keep your eye on?
House churches all over the world. Underground, Tampa. Redeemer Presbyterian, Manhattan. Times Square Church, Manhattan. National Community Church, Washington DC.

What are you guys passionate about? (check out our values)
Radical God-seeking. Commitment to the Scripture. Authentic Holy Spirit experience. God’s compassion for people disconnected from Him. God’s compassion for the poor. Justice. Microchurches. Diversity. Generosity. Authenticity. Multiplication of everything we do. A humble approach.

What’s our approach with college students?
We strongly recommend college students get involved on campus while rooting themselves in the local church community. So we offer college microchurches to plug into, and then we point people to campus groups with whom we have a relationship. We especially love these groups: Chi Alpha, Cru, Doulos, Navigators, FCA, Intervarsity.

At the same time, we feel like the church should offer what a campus group cannot: intergenerational relationships and discipleship. For that reason, many of our microchurches are open to people of all ages, from college students to married couples to retired men and women

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