Exciting New Classes and Prayer Time!

On Wednesday evenings at Grace we gather for Grace4all. The exciting evening of events starts at 6:00 p.m., when we enjoy a short, approximately half hour worship service together as a church family. Children and the junior high youth will head off from the service at 6:15 for their regular programs, while adults will have a selection of studies and activities that begin after the message at 6:15 p.m. Our worship service this fall will feature a series of messages on the Fruit of the Spirit; whether you memorized the fruit as a child or have never heard of them before, this series will help us better understand what the Holy Spirit brings about in our lives.

Selections for the adults include an exploration of the Epistle to the Romans, Financial Peace University, a new prayer group and a knitting group. Please join us this coming Wednesday at 6:00 for Grace4all: Faith, Family, Fellowship and Fun.

Roaming through Romans — Elder Jim Rohl and Ken Scheuermann

With its rich, clear proclamation of God's grace to fallen people, Paul's letter to the Romans is one of the most influential books of the Bible in both daily Christian life and the theology of the church. Sometimes it is the familiar things that we need to spend time exploring, though, as in their familiarity, we can miss the details. This fall, we will “roam” through this epistle seeking to better understand the letter and the gracious God who inspired it.

Financial Peace University — Elder Tom Dell

Are your finances adding unneeded stress to your life? Financial Peace University is a Biblically-oriented course on managing your finances aimed at helping you get your money to serve the things you are called to do in life. Whether you're struggling to make ends meet or you're a millionaire, FPU has something for you. Find out more here. (Note: Financial Peace starts at 6:00 p.m., so please go straight to the class rather than joining the worship service.)

Prayer4all and Knit Wits

We also have an all new prayer group committed to praying for the needs of our community and the world and the Knit Wits returns for another season of knitting and fellowship.