187 Pleasant Street, Marlborough, MA


We are here for you. Our prayer is that you would be blessed and strengthened by the power of Jesus Christ and enjoy a life of abundance in fellowship and peace with God.

May the teaching and preaching of the Word of God bring you a fresh vision for your life and new purpose as you grow in Him.

We are a fellowship of believers coming together to celebrate Jesus Christ. We study God’s Word, practice what we learn, and by God’s grace, we grow together. May God richly bless you!


Main Services

Sunday, 10:30 a.m.
Sunday, 6 p.m.
Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.

Our Mission

Greater Grace Christian Fellowship is a non-denominational Christian church. Our desire is to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to all people who are not familiar with its message of salvation. The teaching of the Bible, God’s Word, is a central activity of our church because we believe that the Bible brings real life to the human spirit. The vision of our church is to glorify Christ, our God and Savior, and to make His love known to others. We seek to practice and promote the Christian lifestyle within our sphere of influence.

Greater Grace Christian Fellowship

187 Pleasant Street

Marlborough, MA 01752

Phone: 508.460.1541

E-Mail: PastorBailey@ggcfmarlboro.org

Pastor Bailey Norman – Head Pastor
Pastor Bailey Norman comes to the pulpit each week with a sincere and humble heart to lead the church and fulfill God’s call on his life. He serves a church and community where all are welcome, families are built up and encouraged, and the finished work of Jesus Christ is preached and taught clearly and unequivocally.
Born in rural New York State and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, Pastor Bailey attended Greater Grace Christian Academy, graduated from Maryland Bible College and Seminary (MBC&S) in 2007, and was ordained in 2009. As a Missions major, he actively applied what he learned in the classroom to help plant and establish churches in Pretoria (South Africa) Lusaka (Zambia) and Silver Spring, Maryland. Pastor Bailey has also visited and served in Finland, Turkey, Puerto Rico, England and Ireland.
His first missionary experience came as a high school freshman, when his family served in Budapest, Hungary, and he attended an international Christian school with students from over 25 countries. On the Mission field, Pastor Bailey learned how to serve people.
As an assistant pastor to Pastor Kim Shibley in Silver Spring, he directed evangelism, led Bible studies and taught Bible College courses while working to support his wife and two children. He married New Hampshire native Jessica Mott in 2007, after meeting in Bible College. Their kids keep them on their knees, whether praying or playing. An active athlete in school, playing baseball, basketball, and golf, Pastor Bailey still has time to join the youth group and compete!
Pastor Bailey and Jessica look forward to getting to know you better, and seeing how God will lead them to help you grow in Christ and live an abundant life by grace through faith.
Pastor James Morrison – Pastor Emeritus
Pastor Jame Morrison

James S. Morrison was the pastor of GGCF in Marlboro from 1987-2016 and is now Pastor Emeritus. Raised in a Christian home in Maine, he attended the local Baptist church where he accepted Jesus as his Savior at the age of nine. He attended Intervarsity’s Urbana Student Missions Conference at the end of 1973. There he received his call to pastoral ministry and foreign missions during the keynote message by Paul Little. In 1976 he graduated from Northeast School of the Bible in Maine. He received ordination as a Minister of the Gospel upon graduation. From 1979 to 1984 Pastor Morrison and his wife, Dawn, were missionaries in Helsinki, Finland. There Pastor Morrison helped establish The Scandinavian School of the Bible. He also led a thriving church (Raamattu Puhuu) in the capital city of Helsinki from 1981 to 1984. Pastor Morrison is a cherished pastor and friend to many in Marlboro and around the world.


Other Resources:


Maryland Bible School and Seminary

From North or South:

Take 495 towards Marlborough. Take exit 24A (Route 20 East).
At second light (1 mile from exit), take left onto Pleasant Street.
After the third traffic light, GGCF is the second building on the right. Park in the large parking lot.

From the East:

Take Mass. Pike West to to 495 north.
(Follow instructions above).