Grace offers a variety of opportunities for growing Christian disciples, whether you are new to the faith or looking to deepen your understanding of God in Christ. We believe that Christians are continually being formed into Christ’s likeness; and we believe such formation best happens in community. For more information about any of these opportunities, please call the church office or speak with one of our ministers. Sunday School classes are offered each Sunday for all ages, from toddlers through adults.
More information about children’s Sunday School classes can be found in the Kids@Grace section.
The Youth Class – (grades 6-12) meets in the “Anything Goes Room” where breakfast is served September to June and the conversation is lively and fun!
Confirmation is a multi-week journey for youth looking to affirm their commitment to Christ and the church. Confirmation is typically offered during the spring months and is for youth in eighth (8th) grade and above.
Connections: If you’re looking for a place to belong and to grow in your faith, the Connections class may be for you. The class will follow an adult Bible Study curriculum that explores the seeds of growth for early Christians and also reserves plenty of time for developing relationships with other class members. This class is especially welcoming for all LBGTQ persons and friends. Through the lens of scripture, it will engage in the topics of faith and discipleship, with an emphasis of deepening connections among members of the group, between the group and the church and between each person and the Bible. The class will meet at 9:00 a.m. each Sunday concluding in time to attend the 10:00 a.m. service. For more information, contact George Kahl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Searchers class – This is a class for adults focusing on exploring religious concepts and thinking about what it means to be a follower of Christ in a post-modern world. The class meets on Sundays following the 10:00 a.m. service. For more information, contact Jack Danz at email@example.com. The class is beginning a study of Comparative Religions. We will explore and discuss the many similarities that link all religions as well as the major differences.
The church holds short-term classes at 9:15 a.m. throughout the year, led by the pastors. These small groups focus on spiritual formation and prayer, Bible study, and exploring issues of social justice. For more information on current opportunities to grow in faith, please contact a pastor.
Other opportunities that we have had:
United Methodist Women meets about 6 times a year on the second Wednesday of each month for fellowship and learning. We support mission outreach projects across the Conference and around the world. For more information, call the Church Office.
Evening Women’s Study group
Lectionary Bible Study: A group that meets weekly and study together the scripture lessons for the upcoming Sunday.