Grace Weekly - Equip

ALPHA at Grace

Alpha is a series of interactive sessions exploring the basics of the Christian faith. In each session, you eat food listen to a talk and have discussions in small groups. Eating food together creates space for people to connect relax and build friendships. The talks tackle core questions about life and faith from a Christian perspective and the discussion allows people to unpack these ideas without fear of being corrected or judged. All of this is done in a fun environment where anyone is welcome.

Sundays through April 2 

Resources provided for you  

Massey Tucker Hall Room A and MT 102

Time: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

For more information about leading or any questions, contact Aaron Hansz (281-800-8555,

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.

A Grace Disguised

NEW DATES: Six-week grief class coming March 30

Whoever thought that grief would be described as grace? Anyone that has suffered loss knows that processing grief is very difficult. Grace hosts A Grace Disguised class where participants will learn and share about the grief process, pray and enjoy fellowship together. This is a six-week class meeting Thursdays at 6 p.m. in MT101. The class will begin March 30 and conclude May 11 (no class meeting on Maundy Thursday, April 6). The book, A Grace Disguised by Jerry Sittser, will be available for purchase for $15 when you register or on the first day of class. For more information, please contact Denise Phelps.

You may register HERE ahead of time and we will alert you when the class dates are determined.