Being engaged with one another in community is an important component of Grace Chapel's identity. While our Parish Ministry is a fundamental way of connecting with one another and experiencing life together, there are a number of other classes and groups that provide rich opportunities for fellowship, spiritual growth, education, and encouragement. Information on these offerings is listed below. You can find information about specific Grace Chapel events on our Event Calendar.
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NEW! Monday Night Lenten Women's Bible Study
Starting Monday, Feb. 27th at 7pm in the Geneva House, join the Monday Night ladies as we discuss "You Are Mine: A Lenten Study of Isaiah" by Shereadstruth.com. Based on Isaiah 43:1 and other prophetic passages about Christ in the Isaiah, we will immerse ourselves in Isaiah's message of salvation and redemption as fulfilled in Christ. We'd love for you to join us! Please email Jaci to let her know you need a study book: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Thursday Women's Lunch Hour Bible Study
Women's Lunch Hour Bible Study resumes on Thursdays beginning January 12th. It's time to dig into the book of Mark. Feel free to bring your lunch. The study goes from 12-1:00, with folks gathering as early as 11:30 to eat and chat. Child care is provided. Contact Barb Barber if you have questions.
Monday Morning Co-Ed Bible Study on Revelation
Join Ben Loos as he leads a Bible Study though the Book of Revelation. It's early, so coffee will be brewed and waiting! This study will wrap up with enough time for you to get to work, school, etc. This study begins on March 6th at 6:10 am and meets in the Geneva House. Bring your bibles!
Adult Sunday School
Jesus describes Christians as “salt and light”– i.e. a blessing to the world. Part of being a blessing to the world is pointing others to the grace offered in Christ. We all need it. However, sharing our faith can often feel awkward or inauthentic. The Bible offers a more hopeful view of sharing our faith with others. Join pastor Steve Allen and Jason Schaefer for a 6-week class on sharing Christ where we discuss why it’s awkward, how the Bible can help us, and authentic ways of bringing the gospel to bear on all our relationships. This class will meet in the Cinema Room upstairs
New to Grace Chapel? Curious about the people, mission or theology of Grace? Have you been a part of Grace for a while and are now contemplating membership? Whether you have been here one week or for years, this class is designed for people wanting to explore what makes Grace Chapel tick and also those interested in pursuing membership commitments. This five-week class will be held during the 10am hour starting on March 5th. It will meet in the Fellowship Hall.
Children's Communicant Class
Our communicant’s class is offered to children who are interested in making a public profession of faith, getting baptized, learning about the significance of their covenant baptism, and/or being admitted to partake in the Lord’s Table as communing members here at Grace Chapel. During the class we will cover the basics of the gospel as well as the significance and meaning of baptism and the Lord’s Supper. The class will be held during our 10a educational hour on March 5th – March 26th with a make-up day planned for April 2nd. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Pastor Ben Loos (email@example.com) or Chris Tran (firstname.lastname@example.org). This class will meet in the church office.
Men's Prayer Group
Time: Saturdays @ 8am
Location: GC Geneva House
For more information, please contact Greg Baker.
Men's Recovery Group
Time: Saturdays @ 9am
Location: GC Geneva House
This group is primarily for men struggling with substance abuse but is open to all men wanting to be free of dysfunctional, compulsive, or addictive behaviors. For more information, please contact Dave Moser.
Women of Grace
The women of Grace Chapel meet occasionally for fun times of connecting, encouraging, and learning about how God is working in one another's lives. Please check the Event Calendar for upcoming women's events.
Our Transitions Group is designed for upperclassman, post-graduate or 20-somethings who would like to join us as we investigate what it looks like to “transition” from one stage of life to another. This group typically meets monthly during the school year, but dates can vary. Please check the Event Calendar for upcoming Transitions meeting times, or contact Jane Gronewold with questions.
Children and Youth
Children & Youth Sunday School
Time: Sunday mornings @ 10am
Location: GC Fellowship Hall
We've kicked off a great new curriculum, "The Gospel Project" for children and youth of all ages. Youth (6th-12th) will meet in the parsonage (white house next to the church on Sheridan), and Children (Pre K - 5th) will meet in the classrooms in the basement level of Grace Chapel.
Time: Sunday mornings @ 8:00 & 11:00a services, children dismissed from service and meet in the Cinema Room.
Grace Chapel Youth (6-12th grade) gather on Wednesday evenings at the church from 6:45 - 8:15. We would love to have your kids join us for games, food and study...if you have any questions or want to be involved in any way please contact Angie Messerer at email@example.com.
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Time: Fridays @ 12:15pm - 12:45pm
Location: GC Fellowship Hall
FoodNet is a group of volunteers from many different churches trying to stop the waste of food and provide for those in need. FoodNet is for anyone in need of food (people with a fixed income, college students, people in transition, etc). We feature a wide range of food, including fresh produce. For more information or questions, contact Greg Baker.