Fall Semester begins Sep.9
Story Groups are what we call small groups at Grace. The purpose of Story Groups is simple: Hear God's story, share your story. We will have several different groups meeting on different days at different times in different locations. Learn more about each specific group below. The curriculum for the Fall will be "Defined by Grace", written by our own Father Jay.
Sep 16-Nov 4 - CLICK TO REGISTER
The Sunday morning Story Group is open to everyone and anyone. Mike is a gifted Bible teacher and always brings his A game. Youth and parents are welcome. Nursery is provided for children.
Sep 10-Oct 29 - CLICK TO REGISTER
Calling all couples! Strengthen your relationship with each other by strengthening your relationship with God. This groups is pretty laid back and lots of fun. Rumor has it there might even be food involved.
Sep 11-Oct 30 - CLICK TO REGISTER
Men's Story Group will meet at 6:30 IN THE MORNING on Tuesdays. There will be coffee, and breakfast tacos, and serious Bible study. This group will dig deeper into the Scriptures from the previous Sunday.
Sep 12-Oct 31 - CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
The Women's Story Group will be a little more intense than other groups. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of God's Word while getting to know the other women in the group. Expect laughter, some tears, and a little bit of homework.
Sep 12-Oct 31- CLICK TO REGISTER
"Gray hair is a crown of glory; it is gained in a righteous life." - Prov 16:31
The Glory Story Group is for a mature audience. Share your life experience as you connect with God and each other. There will be good teaching, good discussion and knowing this group, probably some good wine. The Hills live in a gated community, so be sure to register before attending so they can add your name to the guest list.
Sep 13-Nov 1- CLICK TO REGISTER
Have you aged out of youth group, but feel too young for those "adult groups"? Then this might be the group for you! Married or single, kids or no kids, if you are handy with a smart phone but can still remember putting a tape in a VCR, then you have found the right place.