At Community of Grace, discipleship is more than just a buzzword. It is at the very heart of who we are and what we do as a church. We believe that genuine discipleship takes place within the context of loving, intentional, and meaningful relationships in the church where believers actively encourage one another in the pursuit of Christ-likeness. Our small groups exist to cultivate these life-on-life discipling relationships.


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We long to see our church filled with Christ-like men who are leading and serving their homes, the church, and their communities with strength, humility, courage, and joy.  We want our men to be part of a deep gospel-centered brotherhood where men can encourage one another to grow in grace. 


Our men meet monthly for breakfast, teaching, and fellowship. For further information on dates and topics, please contact us today. 


Our women read the Bible together each year because we know that life is found in the Word.  We gather together monthly to hear stories of God's faithfulness, receive teaching, and to revel in who God is revealing himself to be in the Word.  Whether you've been reading the Bible for years or are just beginning to explore the Bible, we would love to have you join us!  

In addition to our monthly gatherings, we also equip women for gospel-centered life and ministry through the Kalos Track, a 9 month discipleship track where women are equipped to become disciple-making forces in their homes, churches, and cities.  

Visit to learn more about the vision of the Kalos Track and to learn about the curriculum that we use.  


We believe that our children should be vitally connected to our whole church family. Therefore, children of all ages are welcome to take part in the beginning part of the worship service. Children ages 0-10 are cared for by trained volunteers during the Word and ordinance time of our service. 

When you arrive you can check-in your child(ren) in our foyer. After the singing and brief childrens' sermon, children are dismissed to their classes. Parents may accompany them to their classroom to drop them off before the sermon begins.