Women of Grace
The mission of Women of Grace (WOG) is to encourage women to grow in Christ through the Word and through building relationships with one another. Over the years, this ministry has offered a wide variety of opportunities for women in the body at Grace (and their friends!) to connect with one another and the Lord.
To encourage women to grow in Christ through the Word, WOG provides several short-term topical studies throughout the year. Women of Grace have discussed together what it means to show up for those who are suffering, how to put on the armor of God, why it is important for us to develop relationships with those who are different from us – and many other topics. WOG also promotes several conferences, retreats, and special speakers each year and offers discipleship small groups.
To encourage women to build relationships with one another, Women of Grace schedules a diversity of events and activities each year. Some of these have included picnics, road trips, Korean cooking classes, park days, book swaps, parenting workshops, beach days, self-defense classes, a showcase of talents, bonfires, craft workshops, showers for the pregnancy help center, and meetings for breakfast or lunch in local restaurants. They also have prioritized sharing with one another the stories of their journeys with Christ.
Would you go out into a firefight alone? No wingman, no buddy to watch your back? We have a saying, “Two is One, One is NONE.” The bigger the number, the stronger we fight! Men at Grace connect at retreats, special events, and in discipleship groups. Call Bruce McFall for more info (302) 222-9777.
College and Career (Young Adults)
Our C&C consists of college students, singles, young professionals, and young families that seek to grow in their faith and engage in community. C&C exists to create a safe and supportive environment for young adults to be able to grow in their love for Christ and His Church. There is a weekly “hang out” every Sunday at 1pm and frequent special events throughout the year. Contact Xander Arroyo for more info.
Young Hearts (Seniors)
Getting older can often feel lonely, especially after retirement. But it doesn’t have to. Young Hearts exists to be a community that supports and cares for seniors. Contact Carlton Walker for more info.