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.

Available Groups

Community groups are ongoing groups that meet from September- May. They generally meet in homes or at the church. Some are formed by geographic location, and some by stage of life. They are designed to help you connect relationally and grow spiritually.
We have groups for married and single adults, young adults, men, and women.

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A 13-week, friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. It begins Thursday, January 25, 6:00-8:00 pm, in the Introducing Grace Room. Cost: $20.

Register here.

Are you looking to grow as a leader or manager? This group will explore principles from the life of Jesus to help us better lead those under our care. This study is specifically designed for women and men in leadership / managerial positions.

Led by: Robin Capehart

When: Tuesday Evenings, starting Jan. 23, 6:30-8pm. Register Here.
Where: East Conference Room

Cost: purchase your own book: Jesus on Leadership
Books available for purchase at group meeting.

Tuesday Evening Men’s Group: Stephen’s Pizzeria, Gray, 6:30 pm. Fellowship with men of all ages. Come share real-life struggles and find encouragement through scripture and community. Register here.

Wednesday Morning Men’s Group: GFC, East Group Room, 6:30 am. Men of all ages are welcome to study Scripture and pray together. Register here.

Friday Morning Men’s Group: Still Waters Coffeehouse, Gray, 7 am. Build relationships with men in the area, share real-life struggles, and find encouragement in friendship. Register here.

Radical Mentoring: This is a long-term group for men looking to become more of who God intended for them to be. Though the actual meeting time isn’t a lot (monthly meetings of 3 hours as well as 2 extended times over a 10-month period), it does require a lot of intentionality. Some of the requirements are reading and memorizing scripture, accountability, and vulnerability. This group is sure to be a catalyst on your spiritual journey of knowing Jesus.

When: Once a month for 10 months (details to come after sign up) Register Here.

An 8-week class designed to give engaged and seriously dating couples a unique opportunity to learn, seek wisdom, and receive counsel about marriage in a safe, fun, and authentic environment. The class includes large group teaching time combined with small group discussion. Couples will be placed in a small group with one mentor couple and 2-3 other couples. Begins Sunday, February 4, 4:00-5:30 pm in North Room 1. Cost: $30 per couple.

Register Here.

For those impacted by divorce, experience 12 weeks of grace, forgiveness, comfort, and healing as part of a community. This course will guide participants through the process of divorce recovery using the book Love Never Fails: Navigating the Pain of Infidelity and Divorce by Jamin Rathbun.
Topics will include sorrow, infidelity, anger, forgiveness, grief, reconciliation, and getting your mojo back. Each week’s class will use the group study guide to review each chapter’s content and discuss its applications in our unique relationships and circumstances.

When: Begins Tuesday, February 13th, 6:30-8 pm
Where: GFC, Introducing Grace
Cost: $20
Childcare is available with a reservation; space is limited. 

Register Here.

Are you interested in going on a short-term mission trip or being involved in local International Outreach? Join us for a 6-week discussion on how to connect in missions, whether going to another country or engaging locally with International Students and Immigrants.

When: We will begin on Wednesday, February 21st – March 27th, 6:30-8:00 pm.  Register here.

At some level, we all experience brokenness. Through Re:Generation, we believe people can experience growth and new life by working through the healing path God has given us in the Bible. The mission of this biblically-based program is to call all people to be fully devoted followers of Christ. Our experience and prayer are that you will find healing from your hurts, habits, and hang-ups.

Re:Generation meets every Monday night at 6:30 pm at GFC. Even on holidays! Register Here.

Senior Adult Bible Study – The first series will run for 3 weeks from February 14 – 28 and will include teaching on Psalm 23, The Beatitudes, and Sharing the Gospel. These sessions will be led by Kelly Schultz.

The second series, So, What’s the Difference?, will run for 8 weeks from March 20 – May 8 and will cover the differing beliefs and practices among local churches with a focus on the doctrine and culture of Grace Fellowship. This study will be led by Larry Nees.

A fellowship time with refreshments begins at 9:30. Bible study begins at 10am. The Bible study will be livestreamed at This Bible study is hosted by senior adults, but all are welcome.

When: February 14-28 and March 20-May 8
Where: GFC, East Auditorium

Register Here.

Theology Class: Understanding Soteriology

A 5-session study of key theological terms and positions that frame the Biblical understanding of salvation, through a consideration of Calvinism and non-Calvinistic viewpoints.
This study is designed to help participants clearly grasp the differing views of salvation and their impact on our view of God’s character, our faith, and our eternity. Being mindful of the danger that discussions about Calvinism can stir controversy and polarize believers, this study will seek mutual respect and unity in addition to clarity.

This class will be led by Larry Nees who, in his pastoral ministry, has taught and struggled to learn more of God’s astounding work of salvation through Jesus.

When: Tuesdays, 6:15-8pm, beginning April 2.
Where: Grace Fellowship Church, North Room 1.
Childcare available with registration. 

Grace Young Adult Groups are available every Wednesday and Thursday night, 6:30-8:30 pm, at GFC, Upstairs Auditorium. Register Here.

Types of Groups

Community Groups

These groups often meet in homes and include a time of connection and growth.


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


These groups are designed just for women.


Whether your marriage is a 1 or an 8, it could always be better. These groups are specifically designed to better marriages.


These groups are designed specifically for those pursuing marriage.

College / Young Adult

These groups are for those who are in college or are young adults and provide a great way to meet others and grow together.