Getting connected atGrace Churchinvolves participation in both the Sunday morningGatherings and a Community Group. Sunday Gatherings are a time for worshipful celebrationtogether, hearing the preaching of the Word, imparting the vision of Grace Church, and sharingin Communion. Whereas,Community Groupsare the primary way we, disciple one another,connect with one another, and live out the mission of Grace Church.We will scatter throughout the greater Dunedin area in Community Groups which will meet insidehomes and places for public gathering in order to help, encourage, and strengthen one another in the faith, and practice being sent people together. These smaller groups of people (5-20)provide an opportunity to know others and be known within the Grace Church community.Each Community Group will meet regularly to eat, learn, pray and be together on mission, livingout the Gospel in real and tangible expressions. Being a community-driven people meanswalking through life together, helping one another become fully-devoted followers of Jesus.It is our desire that everyone, who calls Grace Church their home, would agree to live by our Community Commitments and be an active member in one of our Community Groups.Our Community Groups will
We will have four groups beginning in January, and more groups will be added in the spring.You will see the groups listed on the next page with their location, January meeting dates, andan email address to the Community Group Leader. Please email the Community Group Leader of the group you (and your family) are planning to attend and inform them that you are coming.In the future, the discussion topics for the Community Groups will be based upon the sermons.However, since we have not heard any Grace Church sermons yet, the January CommunityGroups will be discussing the meaning and importance of Christian community and fellowship.More info, Scripture readings, and discussion questions will be posted on the churchweb sitesoon.