Community Groups
at Grace City

Life is better in community

Gathering mid-week

Community Groups are a wonderful way to be connected at Grace City, and to think more deeply about how what we learn on a Sunday applies to our lives.

If you’ve just started coming to Grace City, the best way into a Community Groups is to first get to know what we’re on about as a church through Onboard.

Why gather in smaller groups?

We gather in groups outside of Sundays where you can know and be known, where you don’t have to be shy about your faults, questions, or doubts. We gather to create space were we can intentionally share and encourage each other through the highs and lows of life.

We gather because the greatest spiritual growth comes in community. We gather because it changes us, shapes us, and helps us see God’s miraculous work in our everyday lives.

Still exploring faith?

We love introducing people to the Bible and answering any questions that come up about Jesus, faith and the Bible (even the hard ones). 

Our Explore group is a great next step for you if you would like to explore further who Jesus is and how to read the Bible for yourself. There is no previous knowledge needed.

What some have said about Community Groups...

Anne and Harold

As newcomers to the area my husband and I started attending Grace City Church last April and really enjoyed the bible based messages we heard. After a few weeks we decided to attend the “Onboard” meeting to find out more and were not disappointed. Tim & his staff explained who they are as a church, the role of the church and what they stand for, as well as what we could look forward to if we decided to call Grace City our home. Onboard is a stepping stone into the church community. We highly recommend it and haven’t looked back.


Committing to a new community was something that was always quite overwhelming and daunting for me, but Onboard created a space where I could find out what Grace City stood for and understand the pillars on which they built their worship around without feeling an obligation and pressure to join. Tim made an intentional effort in wanting to hear our stories and didn’t shy away from answering any questions I had. There’s definitely a sense of openness at Onboard and I highly encourage anyone thinking of calling Grace City home to attend just to find out what the (awesome) fuss is about.