The church...is marked by its unity, by its shared life, its commonality, its community. In a word, its fellowship. Fellowship is critical to the life of the church. Christianity is not a spectator event that happens on Sunday. It is a common, shared life with other believers. — John MacArthur
During the month of July our regular Sunday morning Adult Fellowship Groups will be on hiatus. Designed to be a time of refreshment as well as an opportunity to fellowship with the larger Grace Church family, this break will also give our congregation the opportunity to enjoy a wide variety of teaching options across campus.
Different classes will be offered during the 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. services each Sunday in July. Open to everyone, these classes will cover a broad range of topics and will be taught by our pastors, elders, teachers, and missionaries.
Although the regular Sunday morning Adult Fellowship Groups will not meet during this time, the schedule for the Nursery, Children’s Ministry, Jr. and High School Ministries, Spanish Ministry, and Special Ministries will continue as usual.
The normal Fellowship Group schedule will resume in August. Our prayer is that you will return refreshed and renewed as we anticipate what the Lord will do in you and through you in the ministry year ahead.
This summer, we’ve asked our Sundays in July speakers to recommend books that will be featured at the pop-up bookstore...
During the month of July, our regular adult fellowship groups go on hiatus and are replaced by a variety of special, elective classes. Designed to help us think more biblically about important topics, these classes have the added benefit of allowing
Sundays in July
Jesus’ Medical Ministry Through a Doctor’s Eyes
A Biblical Response to the Lure of the World
Answering Questions About Social Justice, Racial Unity, and Gospel Priority