September 6, 2018—May 23, 2019
Young Adult Ministry
The Young Adult Ministry at Grace is specifically for 18- to 30-year-old men and women seeking to grow together in Christ. We're striving to grow deep, authentic community among each other and our church - the kind of community that inspires action and is a warm place of connection for others. We’re helping make our church’s mission to Love God, Love Others, and Make Disciples a reality by actively trusting in God while doing what He has called us to do: mobilize the church!
Feel free to join us at any of our activities. Check the list below for opportunities. Questions? Contact Austin Branson.
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Every Thursday we gather for volleyball here at Grace. This is a great opportunity to have fun together and invite friends to be a part of our community. Volleyball goes from 6–8 p.m. in the gym and typically people go out for dinner afterward.
We believe that significant growth in Christ happens best in the context of relationships. Relationships are best nurtured in a small group context. We offer a number of different small groups that meet throughout the week. If you are interested in joining one please contact Austin Branson.
Grace Grad Retreat
January 4-6, 2019
BONFIRE, For College Students!
Where: Conference Point Center (300 Conference Point Road, Williams Bay, WI 53191)
When: January 4-6, 2019
Who: College-aged students
Speaker: Peter Worrall
College students, this camp is designed specifically with you in mind. What's more fun than staying up late and experiencing great community with friends? Join us for two nights full of great food, challenging messages from a quality speaker, authentic worship times and laugh-until-you-cry-type moments. Leave feeling recharged, refreshed, and ready to head back to school.
Peter Worrall, the special speaker for this event, teaches in the Educational Ministries Department at Moody Bible Institute. He enjoys working side-byside with Lake Geneva Camps and Conferences to train students for life and ministry.