KGroups update - 7/13/2020
Our elders have decided to delay the start of Kgroups and Awana for one month. The start date for Wednesday groups and Awana will be September 9 and Sunday groups will begin September 13.
This will enable us to watch the impact of Covid in the school setting as well as allow the weather to cool down for groups who feel better about meeting outside as opposed to being in a small living room. We will also be keeping the group size smaller this year but we will offer more groups.
As you know, Kgroups are an essential part of our discipleship strategy here at Grace and we feel passionate about these gospel communities. We will be providing more details very soon and pray that you will get connected to a group!
What's a KGroup?
The "K" comes from the New Testament word "Koinonia" which means "joint participation". These small groups are where we share our lives together in biblical community.
KGroups give members of Grace Church the opportunity to get close enough to really know other Jesus-followers and live out the truth of the gospel in their daily lives.
The gospel is lived out by caring and sharing, challenging and supporting, confiding and confessing, forgiving and be forgiven, laughing and weeping, being accountable to one other, and watching over each other as the group grows closer to Jesus.
KGroups are home-based Bible studies that meet on Wednesdays from 6:30-8:15p, on Thursdays from 7:00-9:00p or Sunday nights from 6:00-8:00p. They have a casual format, allowing you to develop friendships while growing spiritually.
Have children? -- They can be growing spiritually, too. For the Wednesday night groups, we offer nursery, Awana, and Student Ministries provided at the church for children up through grade 12. On other nights we offer childcare for kids up to 5th grade.
You don’t have to wait to be invited, or for a new group to start. If you’re not yet in a group, look over the KGroups list to find out more about a group, or contact the church office.
*KGroups break during the summer and resume in the fall.