We are a mixed group with a wide variety of members (married / not married, parents / not parents, working / retired, etc) that gives a variety of perspectives on all topics. Since we meet in South County, geography and commuting to Grace is what unites us, along with our passion for deepening our relationship with and understanding of God.
We meet every other Sunday at 10:30 and rotate homes and share leadership.The leaders are the nicest, most wonderfully talented, gifted people on the face of the earth. 🙂
Stan and Nancy Brown have been at Grace since 2017. The goal of the group is to provide an open setting to discuss the weekly sermon and provide a place to connect with other church members, pray for the needs of the group and open our eyes to the scriptures we are studying.
This group is designed for parents with young to elementary aged kids. Our culture is becoming a more challenging place for our kids everyday and we want to prepare and help each other to build followers of Jesus Christ as they enter the public square. The Clemons have been attending Grace since 2012. Jacob works in restaurant operations at Board & Brew and has the loud obnoxious laugh in the front right at the 10:30 service. Teri works at Biola University teaching the next generation of Speech therapists. They are passionate about the Denver Broncos as well!
We are a group of people who share the same stage of life. We mainly review and discuss the sermon and support one another in prayer.
We also enjoy our time of fellowship and socials together. We meet every other week.
We meet on Monday's around 5 pm and have a babysitter for the kids (we have 3 kids around 2 years old, and 4 new babies). One family brings a main dish to eat and the others bring side dishes to eat prior to our discussion of the sermon.
Year after year we continue to grow together.
A 6-week financial course sandwiched with a potluck and a few sermon discussions. Looking for just 1 more table leader.
We live in one of the wealthiest nations in the history of the world. So why do we experience so much discontentment in our finances?
"God Owns It All" tackles the money question we all ask: How much is enough? The answer to this question is found in Scripture. Ron Blue presents financial principles that are affirmed by the authority of Scripture and tested by the marketplace. These biblically based principles will equip us to approach money management and financial planning with freedom, generosity, contentment, and confidence. When we apply the biblical truths offered in this study, our finances will be ordered, our decisions will be simplified, and our experience will invite contentment in all areas of our lives.
Guy & Christi Owen are from Dallas and Memphis and have lived in NB for 43 yrs. We have been married 51 years, have two sons, Scott and Joel Owen both of whom are married and we have five grandchildren ages 6 to 12.
We laugh and cry at many of the same things and have for five decades. We enjoy our family, and love our Home Group and the safe connectedness it provides all of us!
We love doing life in a community where we can be fully authentic with a vulnerability that deepens our love for Jesus. This is a space to ask the hard questions without fear... and to laugh hard, because life is hard and we need to be able to relax and enjoy God's endless grace.
The goal of this group is vulnerability and honesty in sharing what is going on in our hearts and lives. We also seek to take in Scripture in ways that integrate biblical truths with our daily lives. No question is off the table.
The group consists of (mostly) newly married couples. None of the couples has kids (yet). The group was formed 1 year ago and quickly became tightly-knit, bonding over faith, a common stage of life, good meals and fun. We don't just linger on the surface, however. We also connect by discussing Scripture, sharing from our lives, praying for and supporting each other through hard times.
The vibe of our small group is pretty informal with a focus on interpersonal connection, prayer and review of last week's sermon notes. We change host homes every month.
We are a group of mature Christian couples who love digging into Gods Word on a deeper level, laughing and crying through life together, and playing together when our family life and work schedules allow.
A fun mix of people doing life together in a backyard.
We would love this group to be a multi-generational community, with varied backgrounds and ethnicities. Let's grow together as we deepen our knowledge of Jesus and have fun doing so!
Just a couple of people that have banded together for the last 20 or so years. Journeymen on a journey.
To mitigate the need for babysitters we rotate between moms night (dads meet virtually), couples meet virtually, dads night (moms meet virtually), and couples night (all get sitters). It's worked really well. We seek to walk through life together, challenging and encouraging each other in the various life circumstances that arise. This means both hanging out casually throughout the week and committing to weekly intentional conversation. Ultimately we seek to grow in faith together, whether through discussing Sunday sermons or a book study. We've all been at Grace for about 10 years, have young children, and are always looking for our next travel spot.
Come join us to grow together in a deeper knowledge of Jesus while we love and care for each other and our community. We want to encourage transparency, authenticity, and prayer. We love hospitality and are open to meeting locations and enjoying meals together.
We have a sweet group that has meant so much to each other offer this past season. We meet once a month, stream the sermon, discuss it and pray.
We are a multigenerational group who love to share a meal, life, study and serve together.
Graham and Jaime have been married for 13 years and have 5 children, aged 9 to 2. Our heart for this group is to be very family friendly (bring your kids), to do life together, and to worship, pray and live out the gospel.
This is a multigenerational group whose desire is for everyone to feel relaxed, safe and comfortable to be themselves, laugh, interact, study the bible, share their experiences of God and life together. The Wanglers have been at Grace for almost 2 years. Greg is a hospice chaplain and Kim works in customer service. They love being with family, expecially their grandkids and love sharing their home with others.
The Wanglers have a room where kids can hang and play together while the adults talk about the sermon.
We meet at a motorcycle shop every other week, stream the service and have church.
The goal of this young adults group is to create a space for deeper connection during such a transient time. A place where people feel comfortable being themselves and find community. At the same time, a place where they can dive into the Word together and have meaningful discussions. The Leaders have been attending Grace since 2020. Daniel works in marketing and enjoys hiking & sporting events and Jack works as a graphic designer and loves beach trips and board games.
A small group of familiar faces with big personalities. There is a lot of pressure in this home group because I (Ryan) run home groups. It is safe to say we are all in this together and we need each other!