Groups at Grace
We want to help move people from rows to circles.
Everything we do at Grace is focused on one main idea: helping people live Jesus-centered lives. One of the ways we accomplish this is by moving people from rows to circles through small groups. We want to move people from simply participating in the larger church setting (isolated rows) to participating in a small group setting (relational circles). This isn't just our goal, but it's God's goal for all of us.
Check out our age-appropriate group opportunities below...
Grace Groups meet weekly in homes from September through May to study and apply the Bible, care for one another, and pray.
Focused Groups meet at one of our campuses for typically 6 to 8 weeks to study a book from the Bible or a Biblical topic with a life application focus. These sessions usually begin in September, January, April, and June.
Select your campus below for campus-specific opportunities.
Do you have questions about Group Life at Grace? Contact us at email@example.com
Grace Fellowship wants to insure we provide age-appropriate worship and group experiences for our students. Check out the group opportunities below for your student.
678 - A MINISTRY FOR 6TH, 7TH, AND 8TH GRADERS
678 is a ministry dedicated to helping 6th-8th grade students live Jesus-centered lives. We are committed to partnering with the parents as we reach students with the life-changing message of the Gospel, teach students biblical truths, coach students to live out their faith, and develop students into leaders who are actively reaching other students.
HIGH SCHOOL - A MINISTRY FOR 9TH THROUGH 12TH GRADERS
Grace Students is devoted to seeing 9th - 12th grade students live Jesus-centered lives. It is our mission to make sure that every student in cared for and known. That’s why we encourage every student to get connected to a Student Group. Student Groups are a place where students can grow in their faith and share their story with others. Students who are connected in a group will not only have an amazing community of friends, but they will also have an adult leader who is personally invested in their spiritual development. Student Groups are divided by grade and gender.