We work, serve, celebrate together
As members of a community committed to Christ, we share our lives and faith with one another. As we work and talk together and share one another’s burdens, we grow in wisdom and understanding.
Meals and celebrations
Many of our fellowship activities involve food, from simple suppers during Advent and Lent to a big church picnic at the end of the summer. Grace Church has a long tradition of gracious hospitality, with a warm and caring welcome for all. Make new friends as you share a meal in Fellowship Hall or as you help to prepare food in the kitchen.
“If you want to join something and be a part of something, there are not a whole lot of barriers. There’s always somebody there who will say hi and introduce themselves and add, ‘Tell us about yourself.'”Ryan, Grace member
Grace’s senior members gather on Wednesday mornings for treats and fellowship at 10am and Bible study led by the pastors at 10:30. There’s also a monthly hymn-sing and midday worship during Advent and Lent.
Religion in Literature
The book discussion group meets monthly in members’ homes, September through May. In-person meetings resume on September 17 with a discussion of the group’s big summer read, Thomas Merton’s “The Seven Storey Mountain: An Autobiography of Faith.”Reading list for 2021-22
Theology on Tap
A group of young adults meets in local pubs and restaurants for community and good conversation about faith and life.More info
Moms of Littles
This gathering of mothers with children of any and all ages, infants through teens, meets two evenings a month. If you have a “little” or are expecting one, please join us for community and support.More info
Dads of Grace
Join Pastor Lyle and other dads on the fourth Monday of the month at 7:30pm for an evening of fellowship. Click on the link for information about meeting location.More info
Men of Grace
The group meets on the last Saturday of the month at 9am at Grace. Look forward to coffee and donuts!More info
This support group for people with chronic illness meets on the 2nd Friday of the month, 10am, at Grace. Chronic illness may include anything that you deal with on a day to day basis whether physical or psychological. The group meets for about an hour to pray together, share a devotion and check in with each other. Meetings may also occasionally involve a guest speaker or an informative video.More info