Blog Posts in children

Linking to the Library

Did you know you could access Grace’s Library online?

Master Plan Update: Let’s Revitalize Grace!

We completed our third Master Plan project review on Wednesday, May 10. The first project review on March 15 was a discussion of the key learnings of JNKA, our architect partners, from our survey inputs and interview sessions.

A Long Standing Tradition of Acceptance

Although I’ve only been a part of the Open Doors Ministry for three years now, I’ve come to understand that the belief in acceptance is and has been deeply rooted within the life of Grace.

The Children's Music Ministry Presents "A Not So Terrible Parable"

Join us Friday (May 12) at 6:30 p.m. and again, Sunday (May 14) at 11 a.m. to witness the solving of a great mystery!

Master Plan Update: Let’s Revitalize Grace!

We have now completed our second Master Plan project review, on Wednesday, April 12.

A Not So Terrible Parable

On Mother’s Day weekend, the Children’s Music Ministry will share a musical like none they’ve ever done before.

Master Plan Update: Let’s Revitalize Grace!

The surveys are in, the interviews are done, and our first project review with JNKA Architects was completed on March 15. The architects  were impressed at the amount of input they received from members and groups within Grace and how well this input re-enforced our goals:

Vision Team Update: Let’s Revitalize Grace!

How do you feel when you enter Grace? How do you think a visitor might feel? Do you give up fighting your way through narrow halls after worship to get to coffee and just head for your car? Are you comfortable finding your way around Grace or do you just stick to the places you know?

Open Doors Ministry- A Story of Unconditional Love

If you have not had the pleasure of meeting Theresa Bussert and her son, Zak, I would like to take this opportunity to introduce them to you. I met Theresa in September 2014, shortly after I had joined Grace as the Open Doors Ministry’s Coordinator.

Vision Team Update: Let’s Revitalize Grace!

Can we find a way to make visitors to Grace feel right at home? Can we make it easy for visitors and young families to find their way around on Sunday morning? Can we find a way to avoid gridlock after Worship when heading for coffee? What can we do to enhance and enrich our sense of “community” across our various Grace activities?