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GROUPS

Join a Grace Group or Bible Study in your community!

What are Groups at Grace?

Groups at Grace are made up of imperfect people who come together to learn, study, and ask questions about Christianity, the Bible, Jesus, and much more.

This Fall, we have three different Group options:

Join a Bible Study

Bible Studies meet at one of our local campuses for a designated period of time (typically 6 to 8 weeks) and hone in on a specific topic or book of the Bible.

See what's happening this Fall at a Campus near you!

Pickerington Campus

 

Men’s & Women’s Bible Studies

Worship is God-centered, flowing from the heart, grounded in spirit and truth. But at the same time, worship can be a daunting task. For this reason, God gave us the Psalms, a collection of hymns and petitions written in different centuries, by different authors, in different settings, for different uses. All of them have one purpose – to help us express our hearts to God. Join us for an 8 week study through the major themes in the Psalms.


WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY GROUPS

Women’s Bible Study groups will meet in-person at The Chapel (575 Diley Rd, Pickerington, OH) on either Wednesday or Thursday. Sign up for an option below:

  • Wednesday evenings, beginning September 15, from 7 to 8:30pm
  • Thursday mornings, beginning September 16, from 9:30 to 11am

*Childcare is available.

SIGN UP


MEN’S BIBLE STUDY GROUPS

Men’s Bible Study groups will meet in-person at the Pickerington Campus (1449 Refugee Rd, Pickerington, OH).

  • Wednesday evenings, beginning September 15, at 7pm

*Childcare is available.

SIGN UP

The Chapel

 

Men’s & Women’s Bible Studies

Worship is God-centered, flowing from the heart, grounded in spirit and truth. But at the same time, worship can be a daunting task. For this reason, God gave us the Psalms, a collection of hymns and petitions written in different centuries, by different authors, in different settings, for different uses. All of them have one purpose – to help us express our hearts to God. Join us for an 8 week study through the major themes in the Psalms.


WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY GROUPS

Women’s Bible Study groups will meet in-person at The Chapel (575 Diley Rd, Pickerington, OH) on either Wednesday or Thursday. Sign up for an option below:

  • Wednesday evenings, beginning September 15, from 7 to 8:30pm
  • Thursday mornings, beginning September 16, from 9:30 to 11am

*Childcare is available.

SIGN UP


MEN’S BIBLE STUDY GROUPS

Men’s Bible Study groups will meet in-person at the Pickerington Campus (1449 Refugee Rd, Pickerington, OH).

  • Wednesday evenings, beginning September 15, at 7pm

*Childcare is available.

SIGN UP

Jefferson Campus

 

Men’s & Women’s Bible Studies

Worship is God-centered, flowing from the heart, grounded in spirit and truth. But at the same time, worship can be a daunting task. For this reason, God gave us the Psalms, a collection of hymns and petitions written in different centuries, by different authors, in different settings, for different uses. All of them have one purpose – to help us express our hearts to God. Join us for an 8 week study through the major themes in the Psalms.


WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY GROUPS

Women’s Bible Study groups will meet in-person at he Jefferson Campus (3600 N Waggoner Rd, Blacklick, OH) on either Tuesday or Wednesday. Sign up for an option below:

  • Tuesday evenings, beginning September 14, from 7 to 8:30pm (678/North Room)
  • Wednesday mornings, beginning September 15, from 9:30 t0 11am (678/North Room)

*Childcare is available.

SIGN UP


MEN’S BIBLE STUDY GROUPS

Men’s Bible Study groups will meet in-person at the Jefferson Campus (3600 N Waggoner Rd, Blacklick, OH).

  • Tuesday evenings, beginning September 14, at 7pm

*Childcare is available.

SIGN UP


 

 

Why not Explore?

Are you a skeptic, seeker, new, or old Christian?

Are you a skeptic, seeker, new or old Christian? Join us for Explore, a five-week study where we’ll dig into key components of Christianity, and process through the fundamentals and foundations. Bring your doubts, your lack of “Bible” knowledge, or your insecurities about sharing your faith.

Who it’s for

Explore is for two groups of people:

  • The skeptic, the seeker, and the new believer. Do you have questions? Great – bring them! Are you skeptical? Awesome, let’s process that! Are you trying to understand what your new faith means? Let us help.
  • The Christian who is a Christ-follower, but they don’t know or have the foundational pieces that would help them to better share their faith.

Details

We’ll meet for 6 weeks at the Jefferson Campus beginning Tuesday, September 21, at 7pm; childcare is available.

SIGN UP

Upper Arlington Campus

 

Women’s Bible Study

Worship is God-centered, flowing from the heart, grounded in spirit and truth. But at the same time, worship can be a daunting task. For this reason, God gave us the Psalms, a collection of hymns and petitions written in different centuries, by different authors, in different settings, for different uses. All of them have one purpose – to help us express our hearts to God. Join us for an 8 week study through the major themes in the Psalms.


Women’s Bible Study Group

The UA Women’s Bible Study group will meet in-person at the Upper Arlington Campus (4065 Kenny Rd, Upper Arlington, OH).

  • Tuesday evenings, beginning September 21, from 7 to 8:30pm

SIGN UP

Interested in participating in a study on Race & Faith?

This fall, we will dive into a study on Race & Faith, where we have the unique opportunity to engage people from diverse racial backgrounds. This study aims to inform Christians with a biblical worldview on race and inspire Christians to the appropriate action. For seven weeks, participants will focus specifically on race in the American context and how to the Bible equips us to live as reconcilers. While our conversation will not be limited only to black and white people, we want to acknowledge that this will be the emphasis given the previous and current climate of American race relations and because of the racial demographics of Central Ohio.

**Our goal is to create a diverse environment for conversation, and space is limited within this study. Based upon interest, you will be contacted by September 1 as to whether or not we were able to place you within the study. Our hope is to have additional future opportunities, so if we are not able to place you in a group during this session, you will be contacted when the next is scheduled.

Who is the Race & Faith study for?

The Race & Faith study is for anyone who believes that the Bible is the blue print for living a Jesus-centered life. It is for those who want to know what the Bible says about the issue of race and racism and are seeking to learn biblical truth in the conversation about race. In this study, participants will have space to process the subject of race and learn how to be on mission to love, honor, serve and reach people.

How much time should I plan to invest in the study?

The study will meet for two hours on Monday evenings for 7 weeks. Additionally, each week, you’ll be asked to engage in activities outside of the class that can last up to one hour.

What curriculum/resources will be used?

This study is based on a curriculum developed by Grace staff and elders. The foundation for each session will be teaching from the Bible. Additionally, we will use resources from various historical and scholarly sources each week.

What is expected of me during this study?

We ask that each participant come into this study with an open heart and open mind. Do the work and engage in the conversation. Each person’s lived experiences add value to the conversation about race and help us to grow in COMPASSION and understanding so engagement is key. While we navigate the complexity of conversations about race and racism, we will give grace to one another as brothers and sisters in Christ. Expect God to be at work in your heart and mind about how you can be on mission in this space.

When & where would we meet?

Monday evenings beginning September 20 from 6:30 to 8:30pm at The Chapel (575 Diley Rd, Pickerington, OH). The study will last for 7 weeks, and child care may be available depending upon interest/need.

Find a Grace Group

Grace Groups meet weekly in homes from September through May to study and apply the Bible, care for one another, and pray. During the Grace Group season, groups also participate together in community outreach opportunities and social events.

Find a Group today:

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