We have many opportunities for women to connect with each other, grow in their faith, and be encouraged at Grace Community. Between regular weekly events, and special opportunities, we want to provide a place for women to discover and fulfill God's call on their lives.
For more information about any of the opportunities below, please email Linda Sheeks at email@example.com.
Women's Wednesday morning & Evening Bible Study
Looking to go deeper with God? There are two Bible studies just for women, one on Wednesday morning which meets from 9:30-11am and one on Wednesday evening from 7-9pm. Both groups meet at GCC. We’ll begin our next session starting Wednesday, January 9th. Please join us as we consider “Encounters with Jesus: how he meets us where we are.” We’ll be looking at the way Jesus interacted with various people (and how they interacted with him), mainly in the gospels of Luke and John.
women's Book CLub
For those of you who enjoy reading, and would like to get together with other women from Grace, please join us! We meet on the second Monday of every month at 6:30pm at Grace Community in Chelmsford. We read and discuss popular titles, both Christian and secular.
Guys at Grace Community have weekly opportunities to connect and grow in their faith together, we also have occasional challenge events, a Men's Work team, an annual fall Men's Retreat, and spring Men's Feast. For more information contact Men of Grace Director Gary Merksamer at firstname.lastname@example.org
For about 6 years now, each Wednesday morning at 6:45 men meet in the cafe at Grace Community for a time of coffee, fellowship, and digging into scripture together. Join us any Wednesday or email John Feehrer for more information.
men's Evening bible study
Each Wednesday evening at 6:30pm we meet to pray for 30 minutes, and then at 7pm we do a Bible study together, so far this year we've studied Kyle Idleman's "Not a Fan" and "Shaken" with Tim Tebow. We will resume meeting on Wednesday October 10 at 7. To find out more email Gary.
Men's Service group
We know that men usually have an easier time getting to know each other better, and sharing life together when they're working on a project. We have a men's work team, whose goal is to make Christ visible by serving folks inside and outside our church by doing small scale building projects and home repair. Email Gary Merksamer for more information or to get involved in our next service day.
Contact Men of Grace Director Gary Merksamer at email@example.com for more information about Men of Grace.