Seeking the Lord, our God
Our History
Grace Fellowship began with a handful of believers who wanted to meet together to study God's Word in depth, seeking to understand His words and how they change us, to have God as the center of worship through hymns, songs, and Scripture readings, to be together as families, and to grow as a community who love each other.
We began meeting in the home of Jason and Kim Hauffe in April of 2011 and began to study the book of Ephesians. Our goal was to take things slowly, to be sensitive to the leading of the Holy Spirit through the Word, and to establish an assembly based on the principles and functions God has set out for us in the Bible. As a result of this initial study, we saw clearly that the purpose of God's people gathering as a body is to grow in our faith and relationship with God, to grow in our maturity in Christ as His disciples, and to grow in our loving relationships with one another through the power of His Spirit (Eph 4:11-16). We believe the church is a group of believers in which the Truth of God in His Word is honored, studied, preserved, guarded, defended, taught, and passed down, and where the gospel life is modeled, discipled, and shared as we love and serve one another (Titus).

The pastor of Grace Fellowship of Waxahachie is Jason Hauffe. Jason was born and raised in Hazlet, New Jersey. Jason and Kim met while they were students at Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA, and married in June of 1996. In 1997, Jason earned his bachelor of science in pastoral theology from Liberty University. From 1997-2003, he pursued further studies at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary,  earning a master of arts in religious studies (MAR), a master of divinity in theology and philosophy (MDiv), and a master of arts in religion with a concentration in New Testament Greek (MA). During his studies, Jason began his teaching ministry among the students at Liberty University, where his love for teaching the things of God steadily grew.  Jason and Kim moved to Waxahachie in 2003, and Jason began his PhD studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. He graduated from DTS with a doctor of philosophy in New Testament studies in May, 2015. He is now passionately applying the tools of his education to the teaching of God's Word in service to and love for the saints.  ​