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Wednesday evenings at Peninsula Grace have opportunities for the whole family to grow in the Word and fellowship together. For our littlest children, we have nursery and preschool classes with age appropriate Bible stories, singing and playing. For elementary age kids, we have a discipleship program that helps children learn to dig into the Word. Youth group for Middle School students, and a women’s Bible study, a prayer group and the Foundations class, all for adults, round out the groups that meet. The whole evening is kicked off with a free dinner at 5:15pm for anyone in the community. You are invited to come check it out!
Whether you're new to following Jesus, not sure what it means to be a Christian, or you just want to get back to the basics, join us for a 4-week course exploring the fundamentals of life with Jesus.
For families of all stages. Join us for a three-week class on how to help our kids use tech well and love Jesus.
Calling all Prayer Warriors. Join a group of praying brothers and sisters weekly in the Prayer Room located in the Worship Center, fostering a strong sense of fellowship and spiritual growth. These gatherings serve as a cherished opportunity for communal worship among like-minded believers.
Contact Teresa Mannhardt for any questions (907) 690-6062
Welcome Home Group is an eight-week, small-group introduction to our church family—who we are, what we believe, how we function, and how you can get involved. If you’re curious about taking the next step toward life at Peninsula Grace beyond Sunday mornings, this is a great chance to dip your toe in the water. Talk to Pastor Ross with any questions (907-394-3210).
Starting on September 6th, Middle School Youth Group meets every Wednesday night from 6-7:30pm.
Starting on September 10th, High School Youth Group meets every Sunday evening from 6-8pm.
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered recovery program for men and women who have hurts, habits and hang-ups. We all know someone who has been hurt, don't we?
Statistically speaking, only one out of three people who attend Celebrate Recovery struggle with substance abuse or alcohol; others are there to find freedom from abuse, anger, anxiety, codependency, depression, divorce, loss, people-pleasing, pornography, sex-addiction, weight-struggles, and much more.
Please join us on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 beginning February 21st.
Contact Evan or Karen Hatfield with any questions.
Sonshine park is open for young ones to come and play. Bring your little ones and enjoy some adult conversations while the kids play inside or outside.