Fellowship opportunities abound at Grace Lutheran Church with many groups meeting at different times during the week. Special events will be announced on Sunday mornings and in the Grace News.
Following the 7:45 service join us in Fellowship Hall for coffee, snacks, and conversation before Sunday School begins at 9AM.
We sponsor Christ-centered events, activities and retreats year round. All Middle and High School Youth are welcome to participate. Friends are always welcome!
The Young Adults of Grace participate in different events monthly.
We have two book clubs at Grace. Tapestry of Pages meets Tuesdays at 3PM via Zoom. This group reads and discusses books that have a theme of social justice/current affairs. We are currently reading Separated by Jacob Soboroff. Our next book is The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune. If you are interested in joining this group please contact our Assistant Program Director Angie Rabbe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Grace Book Club meets on the second Tuesday of every month at 7PM. At the beginning of the Pandemic we shifted to meeting via Zoom and tried out a new format- Books, Coffee, and Conversation. Everyone brings a book that they would recommend or not recommend and we share with the group. For March we are adding a new element- read any Agatha Christie book and we will discuss them along with our book recomendations. Click here for a list of our recent recommendations! If you are interested in joining our book club please contact Breanda Hayasaka at email@example.com.
Home Fellowship Groups
A number of home-based fellowship groups meet monthly or quarterly. At different times during the year, groups “open up” for those who are interested, or to tackle new learning themes or activities. Watch the Grace News for sign up times.
- Advent Fair
- Easter Breakfast
- Church Picnic
- Neighborhood Cookout
- Hope & Healing Service