Grace Discipleship Institute (GDI)

Grace Discipleship Institute (GDI) is excited to offer classes on Sunday mornings. GDI Classes seek to equip disciples to mature and multiply by teaching God’s story, forming our beliefs and livingour lives in light of that story.  Our classes are designed for every stage of life and faith; whether you are a long-time student of the Bible or new to Christianity, GDI classes are for you. You’ll hear from Grace elders and other gifted teachers, and have the opportunity to discuss and learn together within a small group.

Classes typically last for 8 weeks, with regular Fellowship Sundays providing opportunities for reflection, anticipation, and celebration. GDI Classes meet Sunday mornings from 9:15 – 10:15am, and are open to high schoolers, senior saints, and everyone in between.




The Men of Grace are here to train, support, and encourage men of all ages to become strong disciples of Christ. Our goal is for men to be servant leaders of their families and friends, at work, at church and within their communities. As Proverbs 27:17 says, “Iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” We understand that in order to be strong leaders, husbands, and fathers, we grow best when we interact and grow with one another. Join us for our weekly Bible study groups, prayer group and our annual events as we strive to be men after God’s own heart.

Contact: Dale Vaughan



The Women of Grace love the Lord and have a passion to honor Him through service, fellowship, and Bible Study. You will be encouraged through weekly Bible studies, an annual retreat, luncheons, and more. No matter your life stage, all women are welcome!

Contact: Crystal Symes




Life Groups are about sharing life together as we follow Christ and make Him known to a lost world. Their focus is teaching, vulnerable fellowship, and concerted prayer. Life groups meet in homes throughout the city during the week. We have Life Groups for people of every age and season of life. Contact Jeff Reed to get connected.

Contact: Brandon Keel