Sharing Life Together

As the saying goes, connection and growth happen best in circles, not rows.
Groups are a great way to meet people, develop relationships, grow spiritually, and make a larger church seem small.

Types of Groups

Community Groups

These are ongoing groups that often meet in homes and include a time of personal connection and spiritual growth.

Available Groups

Short Term Groups

Short term groups are different opportunities offered throughout the year such as Starting Point, Financial Peace, Parenting, and more!

Available Groups


These groups are often topical groups designed for men to interact and develop spiritually.

Available Groups


These groups are designed just for women. Visit the Women’s page to register for groups and events.

Grace Women


These groups are designed to enrich marriages or to prepare for marriage.

Available Groups

Young Adults

Young Adults small groups are the best way to connect relationally and grow spiritually.

Available Groups

Single Adults

Connect relationally and grow spiritually through a weekly singles group for adults in their mid 30s – mid 60s.

Available Groups

Senior Adults

These groups are for senior adults, ages 55+, and provide a great way to connect and grow together.

Available Groups

Available Groups

Click the + next to each group to learn more and sign up.

Looking to find community this summer? GFC will host a community group during June and July for adults of all ages. If you are looking to meet some new friends, grow in your faith, and try out a small group experience, this is a great opportunity.
When: Weekly on Wednesdays, June 1 – July 27 – Join any time!
Where: GFC, North Lawn (weather permitting) or Room 402


Community Groups · Ongoing groups that meet regularly to build relationships and pursue spiritual growth together. (Various times January – May)


Finishing Well.

“What does it mean to finish well in the latter stages of my life?”

Finishing Well is an informal GFC men’s group that will explore through guided discussion the various facets of life that men face in their season of retirement. Designed for men over 50 years old, this six-part series looks at practical challenges (and insights) that come with the God-given stewardship of our lives and families.

You have a choice of two class times: Monday mornings 10:00-11:15am or Tuesday evenings 7:00-8:15pm at GFC. Groups will begin meeting in Fall 2022. We will follow up with you with more details as we get closer to the start date!

All men are invited, but class size is limited so you must complete the form below to register.

Click here to sign up

Parents of Workers Abroad is a gathering for parents or grandparents of those serving overseas in missions work.

Family members of global workers left behind can feel a sense of loss when their loved ones are on a foreign field. Often there are feelings of gratitude for children obedient to God, mixed with the real sense of loss when they leave, even for those who have prayed for God to send workers into the harvest. This group seeks to provide fellowship, resources, and support with others who understand this unique life circumstance.

When: Meets the second Monday of each month, 6:30-8:00pm. This is an open group, join any time.
Where: GFC, Elementary Wing

Click here to let us know you’re coming

God invites us to cast our cares on Him because He cares for us (1 Peter 5:7). We are also encouraged to bear one another’s burdens (Galatians 6:2). Praying for each other is an indispensable part of caring for one another. Prayer groups meet at GFC on Fridays at 7am and Sundays at 8am, but you can also join our prayer email list to pray for others from home! Email Ashlee White at to be added to the distribution list.

These weekly prayer groups are open to anyone who would like to join together and pray.

When: Fridays at 7-8am or Sundays 8-9am

Where: Friday: GFC Café   •   Sunday: GFC, Starting Point Room

Stay tuned for information on our fall Bible study. 

Our single adults, mid 30s – mid 60s, meet regularly on Thursday nights for fellowship, prayer, and Bible study. Special activities are planned throughout the year.

The group meets on Thursday evenings at 6:30pm in Room 401.

Sign up below and we will email you with the details to join us!


The Access Ministry for People Impacted by Disabilities Community Group is a place where you can encourage, support, and build community among other Access parents/caregivers. Childcare is available. Please click to fill in the form below to let us know you if will need childcare.

Click here to learn more about our Access Ministry.

Summer meeting dates: June 15 and July 20

GFC, Starting Point Room

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Stay tuned for future groups!

Young Adult/College Groups (18 – early 30s) We believe that God has designed us for relationships and through those relationships, the Spirit of God changes our hearts from the inside out. Throughout the month, small groups meet in homes across the Tri-Cities to form meaningful connections as we dive into God’s Word together.

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Grace Groups Ministry Leader: Gene Shelton

If you have any questions, or would like to lead or join a group, email Gene.