Being engaged with one another in community is an important component of Grace Chapel's identity. While our Small Group 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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Small Groups & Family Gatherings
We gather weekly in small groups throughout town. Our small groups are for intimate connection and growing together. They are small enough to share and meet frequently enough to care.
Family gatherings are hosted once a month, bringing together multiple small groups. Family gatherings are for broader connection and eating together. They are big enough to serve and meet frequently enough to be a welcome break.
Learn more about our Small Group Ministry. Interested in joining a small group? Contact Cindy - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sexual Brokenness Support Groups
If you are in need of support and community around personal sexual brokenness or betrayal by a spouse, please follow the respective link(s) below. This is completely confidential and will been seen only by the leaders of the specific group.
Join us for a four-week class looking at a new Psalm each week that is aimed at preparing our hearts during this Lenten season. This class will meet in the Family Room.
The Book of Acts
Join Mark Olson as he takes people on a seven-week journey studying the book of Acts. Acts is Luke’s second letter to his friend Theophilus. With this second letter, Luke continues his narrative by describing the work of the Holy Spirit as He births, equips, and grows the church. Acts is the book that links the gospels to the epistles, and thus provides a framework for understanding the tensions that swirl around and within the early church. As we study the book we will consider how ethnic/racial tension, religious tension, political tension, and personal tension play a part in the dissemination of the gospel. We will look at eruptions and disruptions of the Holy Spirit. We will look at the interplay of Providence and the supernatural and the intersection of the mundane and the miraculous. Lastly, we’ll look for ways the book of Acts speaks to our own concerns here at Grace Chapel. This class will meet in the conference room.
Men's & Women's Ministries
Men's Prayer Group
Time: Saturdays @ 8am
Location: GC Conference Room
For more information, please contact Greg Baker.
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.
Children and Youth
Children & Youth Sunday School
Gospel Project for Kids- Pre- K through 12th grade, 9:30 - 10:30
Join us this fall as we continue our journey through the bible. We will be learning what it means to be a Church on a Mission following the lessons of the disciples in the book of Acts.
Parents’ note: All kids should be checked in before being dropped off in their classrooms.
Pre K, Kindergarden & 1st Grade will be dropped off and picked up in the Kids Hub room.
2nd-5th Grade will be dropped off and picked up in their assigned rooms.
Youth meet in the basement Youth Room
Time: Sunday mornings @ 8:00 & 10:45a services, children dismissed from service and meet in the Fellowship Hall.
Grace Chapel Youth (6-12th grade) gather on Wednesday evenings during the school year at the church from 7:00 - 8:30. 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 Isaac Terwilleger at email@example.com.
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Time: Fridays @ 12:15pm - 12:45pm
Location: 2 Pillars Fellowship Hall (40th & Sheridan)
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.