Community Groups / Mid-Week Small Group Studies
Community Groups meet midweek in the homes of members within our congregation.
We begin each evening with fellowship and prayer. Using Sunday’s Sermon, a book of the Bible, a video series, a book or topic, we have a study time that includes discussion and group interaction. We begin and conclude our time together with fellowship.
We believe these groups offer a wonderful opportunity for congregants to connect in a small group setting with others in the church and together promote growth in one another’s lives.
Current Study: We are currently reviewing the Sermon Study Questions, which are posted every Tuesday to help us further meditate on Sunday’s sermon.
Meeting Times: Community groups meet every Wednesday or Thursday at 7:00 pm. For more information on locations and groups contact the church office @ (949) 388-5537.
There is a special blessing when men come together and fellowship. We are called to be the spiritual leaders of our home and church, and we are best able to do that as we purpose to build real relationships with one another and share our joys and victories in life as well as our trials and fears. By determining to meet together, the “iron sharpening iron” of Proverbs becomes a reality.
We periodically have outings for the men to have fun and fellowship (examples, BBQ, movie night, volleyball, hockey game, etc) and be looking for our annual Men’s Retreat. All men in the church are welcome, including the young men (Jr. High and older). It’s a good environment for young men to see the Christian life modeled and to become well-acquainted with other men in the church.
Study Times: 1st Saturday of each month at 7:30 a.m. We are now meeting in the Church Fellowship Hall, 24600 La Plata, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
We are currently studying through “The Whole Christ” by Sinclair Ferguson
The special bond Christian women share is a gift from God. We are called to study and become grounded in Scripture together. In addition, we grow communally as we apply His precepts to our everyday lives; resulting in God being glorified by minds transformed by the Word.
Please consider joining in any of the following gatherings as we become grounded, grow communally and glorify God together as sisters in Christ.
AM Study: 1st & 3rd Thursdays, 9:30 – 11:15 AM led by Tavia Reyes.
PM Study: 1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 6:45 – 8:00 PM at & led by Donna Morgigno.
Hoping for Something Better by Nancy Guthrie for both studies.
COFFEE for FOUR
Join in for a fun way to get to know the women in our church. New groups of four begin throughout the year and meet once a month. Dates: TBA CONTACT: Nancy Koeppen
As a youth group we are also committed to God’s word and we look closely at it every week. We strongly believe that the church is a crucial part of being connected to God and we love meeting together to build each other up and encourage one another as well as enjoy the amazing gift of life and fellowship. We would love to have you join us.
Meeting Times: Wednesday’s at 7:00 PM.
Current Study: James
Youth Leader: Joey Hahne
The Children’s Ministry at Grace Church provides care for children from infancy through 6th grade during our Sunday morning service. By learning to worship the Lord through song, prayer, and the study of His Word, kids have a lot of fun!
During the Worship Service:
At Grace Church parents are given the option to have their children worship with them in the Worship Service or have them attend the Children’s Ministry. We welcome all children to worship with us in the Worship Service.
The Sunday school curriculum is meant to point children to Christ, our Savior and Lord. The children learn of their need to trust completely in God’s grace and mercy for eternal life. Short questions and answers about God and the Bible are introduced in the classroom to teach the children the wonderful truths of the Bible. The children are eager to learn through a “questions and answers” approach because it makes God’s Word accessible and comprehensible. Scripture proof texts are learned and memorized so children can “be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks [them] to give the reason for the hope [they] have [in Christ]…with gentleness and respect” (1 Peter 3:15).
For Children’s Ministry Policies and Procedures click on the following file:
Grace Church supports various mission works around the world. Click this LINK to view the missions we support.