FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome to the Grace & Truth SportsPark!

G&T SportsPark is a ministry of First Bible Baptist Church. We wanted an active role in making our community a special place and so we built this facility simply to be a blessing to those who use it. We’d like to say that we are glad you’re here and do hope that you enjoy your visit!

Who owns the Grace&Truth SportsPark?

It is owned and operated by First Bible Baptist Church.

What are the park’s rules?

  • No pets allowed.
  • No alcoholic beverages
  • No grills or open fires
  • No smoking
  • Field usage by permit only
  • Do not leave vehicles in park. Park is not responsible if vehicle is locked in overnight.
  • Owner is not responsible for lost, damaged or stolen property or vehicles.

Who can use the Grace&Truth SportsPark facilities?

Facility use is open to the various athletic programs of the community as well as the programs offered by G&T Athletics.

What are the different fields that the SportsPark has available, their names (for scheduling purposes) and locations?

Click on this link to view the complete park layout.

Are the programs offered through G&T Athletics exclusive?

Although G&T Athletics is a division of FBBC, each program is open to everyone in the community.

How many people are involved from the community?

Over 75% of all participants are not members of First Bible Baptist Church.

Is the Grace&Truth SportsPark project available for community and corrporate grants and donations?

Absolutely! The project is a not-for-profit entity. Donations are tax-deductible. Corporate and government grants are being pursued and encouraged.

How can I get involved?

There are two primary ways you can get involved in this exciting project.
1. Personal Level: Your donation of time, talent or treasure is welcome! All monies donated are used for the SportsPark and not for other areas of FBBC.
2. Corporate Level: Many corporations and businesses have donated services, supplies and monies to this worthy project.

Is the Grace&Truth SportsPark a United Way donor choice?

Yes! The Grace&Truth SportsPark has been approved as a United Way donor choice designation. You may now designate your United Way donation to go to the Grace&Truth SportsPark (donor choice #2315).

What is the best way get out of the SportsPark when there is a large crowd?

Alternate Exit Plan ...when the route to the South is backed up when turning right:
Option 1Option 2
  • Turn left out of Park
  • Turn right on Post Ave.
  • Turn right on Flynn Rd.
  • Continue to Latta Rd.
  • Turn left out of Park
  • Turn left on Frisbee Hill Rd.
  • Turn left on Manitou Rd.
  • Continue to Latta Rd. or Ridge Rd.
Either option will save you time instead of waiting in stopped or slow-moving traffic to turn right on to North Greece Road. And our neighbors appreciate us minimizing any traffic congestion in front of their homes on North Greece Road.

What is the best way to get to the SportsPark?

From the Airport

Exit the Airport and Turn Right onto State Route 204 (Brooks Ave.) and travel 0.5 miles
Merge onto Interstate 390 and head North via the ramp- on the left- toward Rochester and travel 5.6 miles
Merge onto Route 104 (West Ridge Road) via exit number 24B and travel 3.1 miles
Turn Right onto North Greece Road and travel 3.8 miles
End at 373 North Greece Road • Rochester, NY 14468

From the East via Interstate 90

From Interstate 90 (New York State Thruway) while heading West
Merge onto Interstate 490 and head West via exit number 45 toward Rochester and travel 18.6 miles
Merge onto Interstate 390 and head North via exit number 9A toward RT-31 which is Lyell Ave. and travel 3.5 miles
Merge onto Route 104 (West Ridge Road) via exit number 24B and travel 3.1 miles
Turn Right onto North Greece Road and travel 3.8 miles
End at 373 North Greece Road • Rochester, NY 14468

From the West via Interstate 90

From Interstate 90 (New York State Thruway) while heading East
Merge onto Interstate 490 and head East via exit number 47 toward Rochester and travel 17.3 miles
Merge onto State Route-531 and head West via exit number 7B and travel 1.1 miles
Take the State Route 386 (Elmgrove Road) exit and travel 0.3 miles
Turn Right onto State Route 386 (Elmgrove Road). Continue to follow State Route 386 (Elmgrove Road) 3.8 miles
State Route 386 (Elmgrove Road) becomes North Greece Road and travel 3.8 miles
End at 373 North Greece Road • Rochester, NY 14468

From South of Route 104 (West Ridge Road) via Interstate 390

Merge onto Interstate 390 and head North
Merge onto Route 104 (West Ridge Road) via exit number 24B and travel 3.1 miles
Turn Right onto North Greece Road and travel 3.8 miles
End at 373 North Greece Road • Rochester, NY 14468

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A sweet lady hands me this little guy who keeps flying into the crowd at tonight's game and wants to know if I could release it in the woods. Every night is different!

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Tough decison this morning. Looks like some rain may come and go, but the weatherman says we should get Tball and Coach Pitch in. Be prepared though for cool and wet weather.

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