We like to hang out together! Eating, drinking, laughing, letting the kids roll around in the dirt -- this is fellowship. 

We try to get together once-a-month or so, sometimes after worship, sometimes for special events.

Fellowship events are a great way to get to know other people and find out what Grace is all about.

We invite you and your family to join us!

See our scheduled Fellowship Events on our EVENTS PAGE.

Fellowship Minister

Kerry Green has been leading and coordinating our Fellowship events at Grace for the past five years. She leads our regular, recurring events: Back to School Bash, Anniversary Picnic, Christmas Open House, Easter Breakfast. 

But she probably has more fun coordinating the special events we do throughout the year like the Mission Fundraiser Dinner, Friday Night Fellowship, Ladies Bunko, and Parents' Night Out. 

Kerry sees her ministry as building community and connecting people to each other. And she always makes it a lot of fun. She is building a Fellowship Team of like-minded individuals who will rotate hosting duties for our regular events. If you like having fun and planning parties, email Kerry to join the Fellowship Team.

Women's Ministry

Jamie George is our Women's Minister at Grace Church. She has been in ministry for over 20 years, and is currently pursuing a Master of Divinity degree through Fuller Seminary online. She has partnered with Fr. Jay as the co-church planter of Grace since its beginning. She accepted the call to be our Women's Minister earlier this year.

The goal of our Women's Ministry is to engage and challenge the women of Grace in ministry, mission, and personal spiritual growth. The strategy Jamie employs is serious Bible study in the Women's Story Group, personal discipleship through Soul Training, service and mission trips.

Email Jamie George to find out you can get involved in Women's Ministry at Grace.

Fellowship Events

Below you will see a sampling of some of our favorite fellowship events.

These aren't all of our fellowship events, but these are the things we do pretty much every year.

  • FNF - Friday night fellowship

    Friday Night Fellowship is one of the longest running events at Grace. We invite Gracers and their friends to gather in someone's home. Grace Church provides the main course, everyone else brings a side dish. Children and friends are more than welcome. This is a great way to get to know new people at Grace, and an even better way to invite guests to experience our community.

  • Back to school bash // stuff the truck - aug. 25

    Each year we collect school supplies for our mission partner, Monroe May Elementary School. We gather the school supplies during the month of August. But right before school starts, we have a celebration called the Back to School Bash. In worship, we pray for children, teachers, and parents. We gather more school supplies. And then we have a picnic at GraceLand.

  • mission fundraiser dinner - sept. 21

    We hold an annual fundraiser to support our mission efforts in Honduras and Guatemala. This year, we are having a fundraiser dinner complete with an auction, silent auction, and items for sale. We brought back a variety of goods from Honduras and Guatemala to include in the auction. And we have some new Grace swag that will only be on offer here. 

  • anniversary picnic - oct. 20

    The annual anniversary picnic and outdoor worship service is one of the highlights of the Fall. We move our whole worship setup outside, throw a bunch of meat on the grill, bring in bouncy houses for the kids and generally kick back and have fun. This year we will get to utilize the new youth building for lunch with air conditioning. 

    The picnic is another excellent opportunity to invite guests and friends to check out our Grace Church community. 

  • christmas eve open house - dec. 24

    This is nothing too fancy. Everyone has their own traditions around Christmas. And it's not that we want to add one more thing to do in a busy season. Instead, we want your family to be part of our Grace family. If you don't have a tradition on Christmas Eve, share in our tradition. Take it easy. Relax. Sharing life together is part of how we prepare for the birth of the Savior.

  • easter egg hunt & breakfast - apr. 12, 2020

    Gotta' have an Easter Egg Hunt, right? And who wants to cook breakfast on Easter morning? We've got you covered on both counts. We have a casual breakfast on the porch before worship (if we're lucky, Zoila makes breakfast tacos). Then we have an egg hunt for the kids after worship. There's even a special area for the little ones so they don't get run over by the big kids.