Small Groups

We believe God created each of us to be in authentic community with one another and that discipleship and spiritual growth happen best in smaller groups. Being part of a small group at Grace means that we will: 1) wrestle together with the Bible; 2) share our stories; 3) share meals and fellowship; and 4) serve in the church and the community together.

If you would like to become part of a group — or just want to know more about what it all means — please contact Clark, Grace’s associate pastor, at

Bible Studies

Each year men and women have a great time connecting not just with each other, but even more importantly with God through the Word. Participants at different levels of biblical knowledge (novices to veterans) come each week and enjoy study and fellowship. First-timers are particularly encouraged to join a Bible study –it’s a great way to connect at a deeper level at Grace!

  • Studies for Women

From early September through April or early May, women’s Bible studies are held weekly on Monday evenings, 7pm to 8:30pm, and on Wednesday mornings, 9:30am to 11am. The women generally take a holiday break from Thanksgiving until after New Year’s.  Child care is offered on Wednesday mornings. The studies are often video-based, with table discussion either before or after the video.

SUMMER BIBLE STUDY – Wednesdays June 21-August 16, 7pm-8:30pm

The summer study for women will feature a devotional-style book, Trusting God:  A Girlfriends in God Faith Adventure. The book lends itself perfectly to a summer study, as you’ll be able to come when you are available and join in at any time. The study will be at Laurie Turner’s home.  Register (by June 15, please) and find more information here.  Please bring $10 on the first night to cover the cost of your book.


  • Studies for Men

Men’s Bible studies are held weekly on Monday evenings, 7pm to 8:30pm, from early September through early June, with a holiday break in December until after New Year’s. The men delve into the Bible, with discussion and prayer in small groups.