Life Groups"And the second is like it: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.'" - Matthew 22:39
We believe that meeting in smaller groups is vital to our Christian experience. At Grace we call these Life Groups. We believe it is part of God’s design for us to be in relationship with others, and we think this happens more effectively in smaller groups. Life Groups are where we build those relationships and grow spiritually together, so make being a part of a life group each week a priority in your life!
HEARTS ON FIRE – WOMEN’S STUDY ON THE BOOK OF PSALMS
The Book of Psalms, generally believed to be the most widely read and the most highly treasured of all the books in the Old Testament, is a collection of poems, hymns, and prayers that express the feelings of the people of Israel throughout their history. Join with other ladies in the church to study this exciting book and experience the power in the book of Psalms.
Facilitated by Sigrid Gies, Mondays, 10:00–11:30AM, at the church.
WAYS OF HEARING THE SPIRIT
Have you ever had God speak to you? What was that like? Come as we discuss different ways that we experience God’s voice in our lives. Each week we will discuss and practice practical ways to hear God speak to us. In this group we will grow closer together in community and gain further clarity on was that God often speaks to us in our own lives.
Facilitated by Pastor Evan, Mondays, 6–7:30PM, at the Simmons’ house, 2541 N Terry, beginning April 22.
LOVING GOD 1 (CORE LIFE GROUP)
This is an inductive Bible study focusing on knowing God deeper and better. It will help you grow in your relationship with God and get to know others from Grace. It is the first of our four core life groups and is essential for those who want to become members of the church.
Facilitated by Pastor Kelly, Thursdays, 7-8:30PM, at the Cohoes’ house, 6650 N Amherst, beginning April 25.
THE BOOK OF HEBREWS
The book of Hebrews was written to Jews suffering persecution, encouraging them to look to Jesus to help them stand strong, because He is superior to everything else. Come and be encouraged! This is a continuation of a study that began in the fall, but anyone can join in. There is a book cost.
Facilitated by Sara Cohoe, Thursdays, 7–8:30PM, at the church, beginning April 25.