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2655 S. Mason Road, Katy, TX 77450
(281) 646-1903 (281) 646-1903
8:45am & 10:45am
Held in the Worship Center
Held in the Mansion Vista
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19407 Park Row, Suite 180, Houston, TX 77084
9am Servicio en Español
Celebrado en el Campus Norte
Held at North Campus
At Grace Fellowship, there are courses that we believe help equip people to move through their Discipleship Journey to become more like Christ. One thing we always say at Grace Fellowship is, "Come as you are, but don't stay as you are." Take a look at these courses and see which one will help you take your next step on your personal Discipleship Journey.
The Alpha Series is an engaging series of sessions exploring the Christian faith. Each talk looks at a different question around faith and the meaning of life.
Emotionally Healthy Discipleship (EHD) is a strategy for discipleship that deeply changes lives. EHD includes three courses that help you deepen your relationship with God and your relationships with others.
WNC is an opportunity to connect relationally while growing spiritually. We use the Bible as our curriculum for knowing God and engaging with each other.
“Pursuing God’s Heart for Racial Reconciliation”
Be the Bridge presents a compelling vision of what it means for every follower of Jesus to become a bridge builder - committed to pursuing justice and racial unity in light of the gospel - and invites Christ followers onto a practical pathway toward meaningful action.
Alpha is an engaging series of sessions exploring the Christian faith. Each talk looks at a different question around faith and the meaning of life. Our Alpha small groups are designed to create conversation. Alpha offers hope in a world filled with uncertainty. Alpha is run all around the world and everyone is welcome.
Talk: Each week there is a message that is designed to engage and inspire conversation. They explore the big issues around faith and unpack the basics of Christianity, addressing questions such as Who is Jesus? and How can we have faith?
Discussion: The most important part of any Alpha is the chance to share thoughts and ideas on the topic and discuss it in a small group setting. There's no obligation to say anything. And there's nothing you can't say. It's an opportunity to hear from others and contribute your own perspective in an honest, friendly, and open environment.
Though it's open to everyone, it is especially geared to:
Tuesdays, January 26 – April 20th
7:00pm on campus (Vista) OR online via Zoom
Alpha - Curtis from Grace Fellowship on Vimeo.
Alpha es la oportunidad de explorar la fe cristiana en un lugar cómodo y relajado. El curso se reúne por 7 semanas los Sábados. Empieza con un desayuno a las 9am. De allí vemos un video y tenemos un tiempo corto de discusión en grupos. Es amistoso y uno se divierte.
Có khi nào quý vị tự hỏi: Cuộc đời này còn có gì thêm hơn không? Tại sao tôi có trên đời? Những buổi Alpha tra cứu các câu hỏi như thế. Alpha bao gồm những buổi thảo luận tự do hầu giúp quý vị khám phá ra ý nghĩa cho cuộc sống, để quý vị thấy Đạo Chúa vẫn còn thực tế ngày nay cũng như đã có 2,000 năm về trước. Kính mời quý vị đến dự một bữa ăn tối với chúng tôi. Quý vị có thể hỏi bất cứ câu hỏi gì về đời sống và niềm tin. Chúng tôi hứa sẽ lắng nghe. Xin quý vị phúc đáp cho chúng tôi để chúng tôi tiếp đón chu đáo.
Câu chuyện của Emmanuel
Tuesdays, January 26 – April 20th
6:30pm on campus (Vista) AND online via Zoom
If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For general information about Alpha, visit their website at www.alphausa.org
More information coming soon!
To register for North Campus, contact Nidia Rivera at 281.646.1903, ext. 207 or at email@example.com.
Para mas información llame a Nidia Rivera a 281.646.1903, ext. 207 o también puede mandar su información por email a firstname.lastname@example.org. Puede también marcar alpha en el registro de asistencia.
Sundays January 10 - March 7
3:00-4:30pm via Zoom
Thank you for your interest in Be the Bridge! This session is now full. Please check back again later for more information on upcoming sessions.
For more information, contact Stephanie Leggett at email@example.com or Lisa Leggett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In an era where we seem to be increasingly divided along racial lines, many are hesitant to step into the gap, fearful of saying or doing the wrong thing. We believe that in the body of Christ, at the foot of the cross, change can take place through honest, humble, and courageous conversation among a group of Christians willing to listen well and give voice to unspoken hurts, hidden fears, and mounting tensions. Grace Fellowship intentionally entered into this conversation by holding a panel discussion on October 28, 2018. In response to this beginning, many have asked, “What’s next?” as it pertains to racial reconciliation.
Beginning in the Fall of 2020, Grace will offer a series of discussions via zoom modeled after “Be the Bridge” by Latasha Morrison - a proven curriculum full of grace and truth that she has now published in a book of the same name. Latasha shows how you can participate in this incredible work of racial reconciliation and replicate it in your own life. She examines the historical complexities of racism and expertly applies biblical principles to lay the framework for restoration. Be the Bridge presents a compelling vision of what it means for every follower of Jesus to become a bridge builder—committed to pursuing justice and racial unity in light of the gospel—and invites Christ followers onto a practical pathway toward meaningful action.
This is hard, but good work:
Racial reconciliation is difficult work. Racial hostility and segregation do not dissolve by coming together for a group hug, embracing “colorblind” ideology, or ignoring the sins of our past.
Reconciliation begins when we say, “I won’t stay silent and let the sin of racism ravage what God created as good (racial and ethnic diversity).” Reconciliation continues when we empty ourselves of our pride, as well as our need to be right, to be heard, or to feel understood. Racial reconciliation work will rip your soul into pieces and flip your worldview upside down. It is slow work that requires commitment, prayer, and sacrifice.
We begin by looking at truth straight in the face. No sugar-coating. We believe that the truth will set us free.
You are truly my disciples if you remain faithful to my teachings. And you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free. (John 8:31b-32)
We trade defensiveness and pride for a posture of humility. We listen and acknowledge mistakes.
Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love. (Ephesians 4:2)
We treat each other like fellow image-bearers and children of God. Without exception.
We ask you, brothers, to respect those who labor among you and are over you in the Lord and admonish you, and to esteem them very highly in love because of their work. Be at peace among yourselves. (1 Thessalonians 5:12-13)
We acknowledge and sorrow in our brokenness and mistakes, deciding to move forward toward healing.
For the kind of sorrow God wants us to experience leads us away from sin and results in salvation. There’s no regret for that kind of sorrow. But worldly sorrow, which lacks repentance, results in spiritual death. (2 Corinthians 7:10)
We receive God’s grace. We give grace. We grow in grace.
For from his fullness we have all received, grace upon grace. (John 1:16)
We center the voice of the marginalized and urge advocacy for racial justice across the legal, economic, political and social dimensions.
He has told you, O man, what is good; And what does the LORD require of you but to do justice, to love kindness, And to walk humbly with your God? (Micah 6:8)
Acknowledging our interconnectedness, we help repair bonds that have been broken. We make right the injustice and brokenness in ourselves, communities and society.
…and he gave us this wonderful message of reconciliation. So we are Christ’s ambassadors; God is making his appeal through us. (2 Corinthians 5: 19b-20)
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Spring 2021 - Emotionally Healthy Spirituality
Fall 2021 - Emotionally Healthy Relationships
Wednesdays, February 3—April 14 at 7:00pm via Zoom
Sundays, February 7—April 18 at 9:00am in a hybrid format (combines the best features of both meeting in-person and virtually for those who want to participate online)
EHS directly addresses the reality that emotional maturity and spiritual maturity are inseparable. People slow down their lives to develop their own personal relationship with Jesus.
Wednesdays, February 3—April 14 at 7:00pm via Zoom
Sundays, February 7—April 18 at 8:45am location TBD
Emotionally Healthy Spirituality from Grace Fellowship on Vimeo.
Emotionally Healthy Relationships (EHR) is a plan for discipleship that deeply changes our relationship with others, transforming the culture by offering new language, new tools, and new strategies to break through relational roadblocks.
Wednesdays, September 16—November 11 at 7:00pm via Zoom
Sundays, September 20—November 22 at 9:00am via Zoom
Emotionally Healthy Woman is an eight-session video Bible study which provides you a way out of an inauthentic, superficial spirituality to genuine freedom in Christ. This study is for every woman who thinks, “I can’t keep pretending everything is fine!”
When you quit for the right reasons, at the right time, and in the right way, you’re on the path not only to emotional health, but also to the true purpose of your life.
Whether you’re new to Grace Fellowship or been attending for a while, Wednesday Night Connect is a perfect place to grow spiritually and connect relationally. We use the Bible as our curriculum for knowing God and engaging with each other. We hope that strangers can become friends who develop meaningful relationships where God is known and made known.
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm via Zoom