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.

Tuesdays, January 30 - April 23
6:30pm in the Vista (Ministry Center, 2nd Floor)

Class is full - registration is closed for the semester.



Emotionally Healthy Discipleship

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.



Spring 2024 we are offering Emotionally Healthy Spirituality (EHS).

What’s Covered? 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.

  • Confront the Crisis of Emotionally Unhealthy Spirituality
  • Know and Become Your Authentic Self in Christ
  • Discover How Your Family of Origin Affects You Today
  • Find Your Way Through "Walls" to Grow into Maturity
  • Enlarge Your Soul Through Embracing Grief and Loss
  • Integrate Silence and Sabbath to Slow Down for Jesus



Sundays (Womens Group)

When: Sundays at 8:45am
Begins: January 21
Location: Ministry Building, Room M203



When: Wednesdays at 7:00pm
Begins: January 31
Location: Student Building Attic, 2nd Floor


For Me To Live Is Christ

Rather than “trying to live the Christian life,” which still centers on our own efforts, as Christians we need to allow Christ to live His life in us.  This spiritual growth study explores the triune makeup of man as spirit, soul, and body, as well as our spiritual psychological and physical makeup.

Sundays, January 28 - March 24
3:00 - 5:00pm in M203 (Ministry Center, 2nd floor)

Register here

Questions? Email us at


Be The Bridge

“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.


Be the Bridge meets every year during the fall. Registration for fall 2024 will open soon.


“The Heartbeat of Be the Bridge” — BTB Groups

The heartbeat of the organization: Be the Bridge groups. Guest podcast host and board member, Dr. Will Gravely, connects with two Be the Bridge group leaders. Regina Alexander and Leah Anderson share their experiences in leading and navigating local groups and virtual groups over the years.

Be the Bridge groups are where this hard work of moving toward racial healing, racial equity, and racial unity is engaged. Listen in to hear the relational impact these groups can make and the hope that comes from them.




Small Groups

Click our Small Group Booklet below to look through all of our open groups.

Questions about groups? Email Grace Groups


Young Adults

Click below to see a list of our open groups for Young Adults.

Young Adult Groups

Click below to fill out our Young Adults interest form.

Interest Form


Click below to see a list of our open groups for Singles.

Singles Groups

Click below to fill out our Singles interest form.

Interest Form


The Grace Fellowship Institute exists to form disciples within the context of the local church. We believe discipleship and Bible literacy go hand in hand.

Click here to find out more.

Colson Fellows

The Colson Fellows Program is being offered as a new, strategic partnership between Grace Fellowship and the Colson Center, an organization committed to help every Christian live out their faith.

Together, we are offering you the opportunity to be part of the Colson Fellows Program. This 10-month intensive course will help you, as part of Grace Fellowship, to gain wisdom, live faithfully and act courageously.  

Click here to find out more!




ibloom is a group of moms with children of all ages! We meet weekly to share Christ-centered friendship, teaching, live speakers, and video curriculum during large group time.  Our seasoned mentor moms lead our small group discussions on marriage, parenting and spiritual growth.

Dates: January 8/9, 2023 - April 22/23, 2024
Mondays 9:30-11:30am in the Vista OR
Tuesdays 6:30-8:30pm at Proud Pie

Registration for the semester is now closed. Please check back soon for Fall info!


Women's Bible Study

Women's Bible Study

Spring 2024 Study: "Made To Grow - Cultivating a Life of Spiritual Growth"
Women's Bible Study 
is based on the belief that when we engage with God’s Word, it deepens our relationship with Him and transforms us. 

Dates: January 23 - April 16
Tuesdays 9:30 - 11:30am OR 6:30-8:30pm in the Student Ministry Building.




Woman to Woman Mentoring

Woman to Woman Mentoring gives the women of Grace Fellowship Church the opportunity to experience a powerful relationship between two women as they influence one another to seek God wholeheartedly and fully grow up in Him. 

If you feel the Lord leading you to serve in this way, please fill out the interest form below.


Small Groups

Click below to see a list of open small groups for women.

Questions about groups? Email Grace Groups



Check back periodically for info on upcoming women’s events!

Small Groups

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Browse Our Open Small Groups

Click our Small Group Booklet below to browse all of our open groups.

Questions about groups? Email Grace Groups



What is a Small Group?

What is a Small Group?

Small Groups are groups of eight to twelve adults who meet mainly in homes or some in coffee shops or online.
Groups commit to share life and faith together. A great group includes time for both relational connection and studies that challenge members to grow spiritually. A typical group meeting will consist of social time, study, and prayer.

Why should I be in a Small Group


1. Understand the Bible better through group discussions as you apply the Bible to your life  situations.

2. Develop close relationships with others who will walk beside you as you take your next step as a Christ follower.

3. Find answers to the needs in your life through group prayer.

4. Get support in times of crisis or major changes from people who really care for you.

5. Discover and use your gifts and talents as you serve others.

When do Small Groups meet?

When do Small Groups meet?

Groups typically meet 3 - 4 times per month, for 1.5 to 2 hours.

How do I join a Small Group?

How do I join a Small Group?

Browse through our list of open Small Groups and contact the Small Group Leader for more information.

Come to our GroupLink event twice a year, in January and September.
Register for GroupLink prior to GroupLink events when registration opens.

Or, contact our Small Group staff at

Is Childcare Provided During Small Group Meetings?

Childcare varies from group to group.

If needed, Grace Fellowship provides a childcare Subsidy (at a predetermined rate) for childcare expenses incurred to attend regular group meetings.

Childcare Subsidy Form

Interest in being a Small Group Leader?

Group leaders create a place for people to talk about life and grow their faith.

You don’t have to be perfect to lead a group. And you don’t need to be a Bible scholar to be used by God to lead others. Group leaders create a place where people can be real and grow. They get front-row seats to the faith journeys of others and find that their faith grows along the way.

Every leader has director on staff to guide them and provide a plan for their group. You won’t have to figure out by yourself how to lead or what to study.

New Leader Onboarding - You’ll be equipped to lead great group meetings and launch your group well.

Curriculum Plans - We'll provide you with a plan for what your group will study for the semester.

Development Opportunities - You’ll be provided with ongoing trainings to help you continue to grow as a leader.

Tell us about yourself by completing the Small Group Leader Interest Form .  You will hear from us soon.




Men's Bible Study

Spring 2024 Study: "Made to Grow"

Dates: January 23 - April 9
Tuesdays 6:00 - 7:30am OR 6:30-8:30pm in the Student Ministry Building.



Men's Mentoring

Mentoring is a one-year intentional small group disciple-making process (1 disciple-maker with 2 men) designed to equip men to become all-in followers of Jesus. Our goal is to develop leaders who can influence and disciple others. The game plan includes participating in Men's Bible Study on Tuesdays at either 6:00am or 6:30pm, small group time outside of Men's Bible Study, and personal time with your mentor. Register for Men's Bible Study above and complete the interest form below.


Small Groups

Click below to see a list of open small groups for men.

Questions about groups? Email Grace Groups



Check back periodically for info on upcoming men’s events!


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