Ministries

Grace Lutheran Church is made up of active Christians who have many fellowship opportunities. Please explore the links and find the groups that are right for you or learn what your groups are doing!

Ladies Aid

Our Ladies group meets on the first Tuesday of each month, September through May at 7:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. (The December meeting is an annual Christmas party and is usually not held on the first Tuesday.)  Business meetings are combined with visiting and desserts. Six sub-groups take turns serving for funerals and other church activities.

Pioneers

The days and times of the meetings and activities are announced in the Sunday bulletin and/or the calendars.

Boy Pioneers and Buckaroos

This organization is for the boys of our church – grades 1 through 8. The purpose is to provide appreciation of God’s beautiful creation and give them an opportunity to enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking and camping. Pioneers meet on the second, and fourth Mondays of each month, September through May at 6:30 p.m. Buckaroos meet only on either the second or fourth Mondays of each month September through May at 6:30 p.m.
Other scheduled meetings and activities are announced in the Sunday bulletin. This endeavor is conducted by members of the congregation. New and/or additional leaders are always welcomed!

Girl Pioneers

This organization meets on the second and fourth Mondays of the month, September through May, at 6:30 p.m. in our Fellowship Hall. Girls in grades 1 through 8 are encouraged to attend.  The purpose is to provide supervised and constructive recreation and training for young girls in our church and school. Bible study, crafts, homemaking, etiquette, and other skills of interest to girls make up the agenda. As with the Boy Pioneers, so also with this endeavor… it is conducted by members of the congregation, and new and/or additional leaders are always welcome!

Grace Roots Group

This group is made up of young adults (single or married) in the 20’s – 40’s age range. The group enjoys dinners, games, and fellowship activities together. Most of their communication is through their Facebook page.

Youth Group

In addition to the Bible class held on Sunday mornings, we have a Youth Group for our high school-aged members & guests. This group meets regularly throughout the year for devotional topics, Christian fellowship, and group activities. The days and times of the meetings and activities are announced in the Sunday bulletins and/or on the calendars.2016-youthgroupa

 

 

The youth group gathered on a Sunday evening for fellowship and to paint the cross that will hang on their wall. Here they are sitting on their new couch in front of the cross they just painted.