Fellowship happens as we talk together, eat together, work, celebrate and serve together. We share our lives and our faith and look for God's grace at work in the world.
FEAST stands for Fellowship, Education And Spirit Together, a new fellowship project beginning at Grace in the fall of 2017. Grace members who sign up for FEAST will be assigned to a group of 10-12 people who will meet together regularly for fun and fellowship. This may mean sharing a meal in someone’s home, gathering for coffee or something else that the group agrees on. Group members will work together to support one other, build each other up, pray and have fun. The FEAST leadership team will provide a brief faith-related activity or discussion-starter for each month’s get-together.
Grace's senior members gather on Wednesday mornings for treats and fellowship at 10am and Bible study led by the pastors at 10:30, with the occasional hymn-sing. One Wednesday each month, and every Wednesday during Advent and Lent, Bible study is followed by a service of Morning Prayer at 11:30am. On many of these worship days, the Cornerstone cooks serve lunch after the service in Fellowship Hall.
Family Fun Fridays
Parents and children from the school and church communities gather informally at 6pm on designated Fridays for a pizza supper, crafts and open gym. Parents chat, kids play, and everyone goes home at 8. Check the calendar for dates.
Advent and Lent suppers
During Advent and Lent we gather mid-week for worship on Wednesdays at 7pm. But first, supper is served in Fellowship Hall at 6pm. Enjoy a casual meal and relaxing conversation before Evening Prayer.
We love big events, from the late-summer Church-School Picnic and Oktoberfest to A Graceful Evening, the annual dinner-auction benefit for Grace School in March. Good food, good fun, good fellowship, whether you're attending the event or working behind the scenes.
The Religion in Literature group meets monthly for book discussions.
Reading list/meeting dates for 2017-18
The Knitting and Crocheting Group meets on the third Tuesday of the month. Stitchers work on prayer shawls, prayer squares and personal projects. All are welcome—including new knitters and crocheters.