ministries at grace

The Men of Grace (MOG) encompasses all stages of life, and seeks to build a deeper relationship with God and each other. MOG helps men discover how to become Godly disciples of Christ, who lead out of love and compassion. MOG Ministry Programs include a variety of group activities and programs ranging from Tuesday and Saturday bible studies, Softball Team, Golf Outings, Friday Night BBQ’s, the Annual Retreat and more. Contact Bo Beatty for more information or visit the calendar to see upcoming events of interest. 


As women, we strive to support each other in every aspect of our lives. The Women’s Ministry at Grace seeks to engage in the study of God’s word, volunteer in our communities, serve in our church and most importantly spend time with each other to make meaningful friendships. The variety of programs and events planned for the year offer something for everyone, from morning and evening Bible studies, book groups, retreats, socials, Girls’ Night Out, service opportunities and more. For more information contact our Women's Ministry Team or visit our Facebook page.


At Grace Community Church, our children’s program seeks to come alongside parents as they take the lead in the spiritual development of their children. It is our hope to equip, encourage and minister to families by providing resources and opportunities that help families worship and learn together. Ultimately, we seek to have every child come to know Christ, develop a vibrant faith in Him, and have a great time as they develop friendships through our program. If you’d like to volunteer in the Children’s Ministry, contact Adrienne McManus our Director of Children’s Education.


QUEST is our ministry for 6th-8th graders at Grace Community Church. Our mission is to create a safe place for open discussions about all facets of teen life, including the challenges they face in school, with friends, and in their communities. Together we’ll develop friendships within our group, and look at real-life topics and issues through the lens of the Bible. Connect with Julia Hughes for details!


The GT (Grace Teens) Ministry is open to all high school students. If you are new to Grace, we hope your 9th-12th grader will find our teen ministry is a place where they are accepted, comfortable, and growing in their faith. We have a number of ways for them to engage in our program. For more information, contact Youth Pastor Rob Knechtle.

Help us continue expanding and improving our most important ministries including Christian Education, Children's and Teens, Community Service, Sunday services, Missions, and more.