These groups meet across the city and throughout the week in different homes. Each group is usually made up of 10 to 15 people who together pray, eat, worship and look to make a meaningful impact in the area they live.
There are groups of people at Glasgow Grace who are praying about moving to the same areas of the city to establish Grace Communities. If you would like more information or want to join them please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Other than Grace Communities and Sunday meetings we deliberately don’t have many more meetings going on in the life of the church. That’s so people can focus on spending time with their friends who haven’t yet grasped how incredible God’s love for them is. Instead of creating a new club through the church we think it’s best if Christians simply get involved in what is already going on and invest in people there.
WHEN AND WHERE?
We have Grace Communities currently meeting in Kelvindale on Tuesdays, two groups meeting in the West End on Wednesdays and the Southside on Thursdays, in these locations:
Grace Bible Reading
These groups don’t normally meet more than once a term, but they are in contact most days during the week.
Based on an excellent Bible reading programme called CBR (Community Bible Reading), groups of 4 to 6 people read one chapter from the Old Testament and one from the New Testament Monday to Friday and on a Saturday read from the Psalms. After each person has read that day they simply share what it was that impacted them from their reading. We usually use WhatsApp groups to send our shares.
It is not designed to be a ‘check the box’ approach or ‘look what I know’ to Bible reading. It’s a way of reading the Bible as a community and encouraging each other to discover more of God’s love through biblical devotion. If you don’t do your reading one day, you’re not expected to catch up and send a message full of days (or weeks!) of reading! Instead, by God’s grace, we start again the next day and enjoy what it is the Bible has to say to us.
The reading plan can also be used for people who are just interested in finding out more about the Bible. If that’s you, you would be most welcome to either join a group or request the reading plan.
To join a group or to get hold of the reading plan email email@example.com
We run the Alpha course at Glasgow Grace for anyone who’d like to explore life, faith and meaning.
The Alpha Course is a safe space to explore the Christian faith in a group setting where you can ask questions, have discussions and share your point of view – no matter what this is.
Sometimes we aim to run Alpha on a big scale, with dinner and multiple tables, and other times with just two or three people. You can learn more about the course at alpha.org and you can get the details for our next course by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Children’s work is not the warm up. Jesus said, ‘Let the children come to me’ and that’s what we intend to do at Grace Kids for ages 3 to 10.
This includes games, singing, crafts and story, especially the Bible's big story of God's loving grace.
Parents please note, our children's safety is a high priority for us and so we make sure that we keep up to date with all the government guidelines for child safety.
Being a young person today can be increasingly complicated and we’d like to do all we can to help our young people flourish.
The brilliant Lois and Lewis lead Grace Youth through monthly meetings where you will be guided through the big issues for teens today, help each other to get into the Bible, eat great food together and play games. You will also connect with young Christian around the country through big events like Newday and Powerpoint.
To find out more about Grace Youth and to get in touch with Lois and Lewis, email email@example.com
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