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Adult Ministry

The Adults Ministry provides multiple opportunities for community, learning, spiritual growth, and serving. Whether you are single, married, older or younger, or have kids of any age, there are many ways for you to connect with others, develop your relationship with God, and make an impact in the world. Find out more about our classes and groups to help you grow and connect on your spiritual journey HERE.

G4 Young Adults Gathering

G4 is Grace's weekly Young Adults Gathering. It is an opportunity for young adults at Grace and in West Houston to be in community with other young adults while digging into the Bible and seeing how it speaks explicitly to this unique season of life.

Where: Every Tuesday night in the Welcome Center at 7 p.m. 

Who: It is made up of single and married young adults, ages 19-35.

How you can help:

First, Getting the Word Out!
This gathering is still in it's infancy--please, pass this on to any local young adults you know!

Second, Volunteer!
If you have a heart for this demographic, please consider volunteering!

To volunteer, or for more information, contact Jordan Goodie.


EPIC Courses Spring 24

Two E.P.I.C. courses are underway, but you may still register and join in on Sunday! Please review the two offerings below to determine which one would help you further develop as a disciple.

Confronting Jesus: At one point in the Gospels, Jesus asks his followers, "Who do you say that the Son of Man is?" If you asked this questions to neighbor or a coworker you would get a variety of responses. In the Gospels, Jesus very next questions is, "But who do you say that I am?" This is the most important question any of us can ask ourselves or others. This course will help us explore the life of Jesus through the four Gospel books of the New Testament to gain a better understanding of who Jesus really is and how Jesus forms our life of faith. We will examine nine characteristics of Jesus to learn more about him and share his truth with others in a fresh way. For more information contact Ramon Gahona. Register HERE.

Live Differently at Work: Do you ever wonder: Do I need to work in a non-profit or full-time ministry to do work pleasing to God? How do I live like Jesus and maintain my competitive edge in the workplace? How do I keep from feeling like life is slipping by? I feel like something is missing, but what? We’ll wrestle with all the above questions and more as we dive into God’s Word to discover His plan for our work. This will be a roll-up-your-sleeves, focused, eight-week sprint using books, podcasts, and other resources from current thought leaders to discover God’s plan for how we spend our time Monday–Friday. By the end of the course, our prayer is that we will recognize that one can glorify God in our jobs and work and commit to God’s plan for how we should work. In doing so, we’ll discover work that glorifies God and provides us a sense of purpose, discover where God has placed a calling on our lives, and utilize the spiritual practices learned through the class as a means to draw closer to God. For more information contact Ramon Gahona. Register HERE.

Discipling Luncheon

A quarterly luncheon to bring everyone who is in an intentional discipling group at Grace (Men’s, Women’s, Disciple Groups) together for a meal, fellowship, and training on how to grow as a disciple who makes disciples. In this time, we will explore what it means to make disciples, how we can make disciples in and outside the church, and further gain valuable resources to assist you as you “go and make disciples!”

Join us Sunday, May 5, 12:15-1:30 p.m., MT Fellowship Hall. Contact Jordan Goodie for more details.