We are located directly between the Tree Of Life Bookstore/Brethren Missionary Herald building and the Winona Lake Fire Station, at the corner of Kings Highway and Rupe Drive in Winona Lake, Indiana. TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR
Established in 2003, the Gordon Student Recreation Center (GRC) offers the Grace community a full range of services to promote wellness, physical fitness, and physical activity. Our state-of-the-art facility includes:
A 4,000 square foot fitness center equipped with a 17-piece line of Cybex Eagle strength equipment, and a full range of free weight equipment. The cardio center offers 6 Life Fitness treadmills, 3 Life Fitness ellipticals, 3 ARC Trainers, stationary bikes, rowing machine, and four plasma TV screens.
A 32,000 square-foot enclosed fieldhouse, offering four basketball courts, an 80-yard six lane straight track, a 1/10 mile four-lane indoor oval track, volleyball nets, and two batting cages.
A 2,800 square foot aerobics room with wood floor and wall-mounted ballet bars.
A 1,300 square foot Athletic Performance room with Hammer Strength combo racks, a full set of DB free weights, Vertimax trainer, and plenty of agility equipment located on a turf flooring.
Men's and women's locker rooms with individual shower stalls and lockers for daily use or rental. Daily users need to supply and remove their own lock and contents from the locker each day. Semester renters pay a $20 fee and purchase a GRC combination lock for the year.
Grace College and Seminary students and their spouses
Grace College and Seminary employees and their spouses
Grace College and Seminary retirees and their spouses
Alumni of Grace College and Seminary and their spouses
Community senior citizens (age 60 and up) and their spouses (must obtain medical release)
Local law enforcement and fire personnel and their spouses
Please note that no personal guests are permitted to use the GRC
Along with Managing the GRC, Coach Moore is the Strength & Conditioning Coach for all athletic programs, assistant Men's Basketball Coach, head Women's Tennis Coach, and a professor in Sports Management here at Grace.
"I love the friendships that a small Christian school develops; they’re always challenging me and growing me spiritually. I also love the ability to get to know my professors and that they genuinely want to get to know me and see me succeed, not only in school and my career, but my character, as well."
"The community at Grace has given me the opportunity to grow in my understanding of God’s word, prayer, and devotion to Christ. I could not have asked for anything more."
"What I absolutely love about Grace is the encouraging and energizing community. Not only do the professors and students promote an atmosphere of spiritual growth, but every class also enables and invites you to dig into scripture and discover God’s truth."
"I definitely see the love of Christ through the professors and students on campus. My faith has been challenged and encouraged by the community here. I never could have imagined how God has used Grace College."
"My favorite part about Grace is the fellowship and atmosphere. The dorm life and opportunities presented here are what kept me going to Grace. The professors are engaging and take time to prepare each lesson. They have developed classes with quality content and real life applications and do a great job making it relevant and personal."
"At Grace, you are surrounded by people who care about your academic success and furthering your relationship with God. The professors are intentional about keeping students involved and are interested in your academic success as well as your personal lives."
"Grace has an amazing environment full of joyous people and is always pushing me to grow closer to God. God is first and foremost here, which is fantastic!"
"I like Grace because of the overall atmosphere. The vast majority of students here are constantly striving to seek out and serve God. It is really encouraging and helps a lot to be surrounded by the body of Christ."
"I like Grace because of the community. It’s hard to walk past someone on this campus without receiving a warm smile and polite 'Hello!'"