Grace Weekly - Together

Widow Lunch Bunch

Let's have lunch! Once a month, come and enjoy fellowship and lunch with those who have journeyed the path of grief. Learn from one another and be uplifted with joy. Psalm 30:5b tells us "weeping may stay for the night, but rejoicing comes in the morning." Join with us on the fourth Monday of the month at 11:30 a.m., at la Madeleine, 10001 Westheimer Rd., Suite 2123.

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 Monday night in the in the high school room (MT 207) 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.

Discover Grace

Grace Presbyterian is a big church. With so much going on, it can be easy to feel a little overwhelmed by it all. Discover Grace is designed for folks that are newer to Grace. It is an opportunity to meet with Pastor Julia, other staff, and deacons and to get know Grace Presbyterian Church through conversation. This meet-and-greet time includes casual dialogue about Grace's mission and vision, as well as the opportunities to step into what we call the "Rhythm of Grace." We will answer questions you have and share about the ministries at Grace. Light refreshments and coffee will be available. The next reception will be on Sunday, July 21, immediately following the worship service. We will gather in a reserved and designated area in the Café area of the Welcome Center. Simply look for the Discover Grace banner and your friendly staff and deacons. If you have any questions, please contact Pastor Chris French (713-267-5039).

Covenant Partner Course

The Covenant Partner Course is our process for learning more about the key theological essentials of Grace, and the vision, the mission, and the strategy of Grace. The course is led by pastors, elders, deacons, and staff and it is our unique way of talking about membership in a congregation. During the course, you will be invited to explore if joining as a “Covenant Partner” is the right next step in your journey of faith in Jesus. Refreshments and drinks will be provided.

The next Covenant Partner course is June 30 at 11 a.m. You may find registration and more details HERE.

Men's Life Breakfast

Grace is excited to announce a new inter-generational men's breakfast meeting--Men's Life. Men's Life will meet the first and third Wednesday of each month. Doors will open at at 6 a.m. and we will meet in Massey-Tucker Fellowship Hall. Breakfast will be served! Morning will start promptly at 6:15 and we will end by 7:30 a.m.

On July 3, we are excited to welcome back a friend of Grace, Dennis Turnipseed. Dennis is an experienced business executive, having worked with start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, leading and guiding them through mergers and acquisitions, and developing strategies, structures, and transforming corporate cultures.

In 2015, God called Dennis into full-time ministry, and he now serves as Executive Director of Eyes On Me, Inc.

Eyes On Me is a non-profit 501c3 that exists to mentor, disciple, and serve at-risk youth and their families. Their vision is to see communities and neighborhoods that are statistically low-income, high crime, over-looked, and under-served transformed and strengthened through reproducible discipleship and strategic mentoring. Eyes on Me has grown to become a multi-faceted, multi-purpose ministry that serves in some of the country’s most dangerous areas. These areas are notorious for their extreme violence, rampant drug use, and human trafficking. Their goal is to establish a presence in these areas, build relationships, and equip those living within to become productive, loving leaders that inspire change in those around them.

Dennis and his wife, Sally, have been married for 35 years after meeting in college and have three children- Kelly (29), Austin (27) and Kate (19). They currently reside in Richmond, TX. Dennis and his family were members of Grace Presbyterian Church from 1991-2011. While at Grace, Dennis was involved in children’s and youth ministries, the early years of the contemporary services, and the Grace Jazz Band as a trombonist over the full length of his time at Grace.

It will be a great morning! Come join us!