Game Day Parking FAQ

  • When do you do game day parking?

    • We allow game day parking in all three of our parking lots here at Grace for all Home Appalachian State Football games.

  • When do you start game day parking?

    • Typically we start to allow game day parking 6 hours before kick-off.  So if the game is at 3pm, we begin parking at 9am.

  • How much does it cost to park at Grace on a game day?

    • Parking with us on a game day is by a free-will donation or "love offering".  We don't charge a set amount for parking with us, but we do want you to know that your free-will donation goes to support various ministries here at Grace. 

  • Which ministries does my donation support?

  • How long can I park there?

    • You are welcome to be parked with us for the entirety of the game.  We ask that you please remove your vehicle 2 hours after the game ends.

  • Am I allowed to tailgate?

    • Yes! You are welcome to tailgate in our parking lots, however we do ask that you please...
      - Do not use alcoholic beverages on our premises.
      - Dispose of any trash.
      - Respect the property and leave it as clean as you found it.

  • If I have a student parking permit does this include game day parking?

    • Student parking permits do not include game day parking. Game day parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis for a free will donation.

  • I have a question that hasn't been answered here, whom should I contact?

    • Direct any questions or concerns to our church office (828-264-2206).

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Phone: 828-264-2206

Fax: 828-265-4679

E-mail: graceboone@gmail.com

 

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828-262-0218

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115 East King Street, Boone, NC 28607

 

Office Hours: Mon-Friday, 9am-4pm

                        Closed 12pm - 1pm for lunch

 

Sunday Worship Schedule

8:45am - Coffee Hour

9:00am - Faith Formation                                        (Sunday School)

10:00am - Worship & Communion