Impact Groups are our small group Bible studies that meet throughout the week. Typically lasting between 8 and 12 weeks, groups gather throughout the community and provide a fantastic opportunity for you to dig deeper into your walk with God and connect with your church-family.
Discover How We are Better Together!
Join our church-wide Fall Impact Group study – 40 Days of Community! We’ll be exploring five purposes: fellowship, spiritual growth, service, worship, and sharing The Good News. Through this study, Rick Warren explains how God planned for Christians to fulfill His purposes in community with each other in our church families, small groups, and in the world as a whole. Why did God plan it this way? Because we’re better together!
40 Days of Community will deepen your understanding of how God uses community for your own good and growth, as well as help you cultivate deeper relationships with those around you. Learn to fulfill God’s purposes … discover how we are better together.
Sign Up Today! Groups Start the week of October 8th!
Available Groups Organized by Day of the Week
Group #1 6:30pm Nacho & Sara Pecina Universal City This group is full
Group #2 6:30pm Ryan & Brittany Gernand Schertz This group is full
Group #3 7pm Nate & Gretchen Williams Universal City This group is full
Group #7 9am Elaine Russo (women) Universal City Childcare Available
Group #8 6:30pm Nate & Beth Bohn Cibolo Childcare Available
Group #10 6:30pm Tim & Elaine Russo Schertz This group is full
Group #11 6:30pm Shane House San Antonio This group is full
Group #12 7pm Dean & Deb Jeavons Schertz This group is full
We are a church that is not willing to go along with the status quo. We are not content when people live a life separate from God – when people are confused about their identity in Christ. Everything we do is crafted to invite people into a deeper walk with God and to connect them with those who are on the same path. The primary way this happens is through Impact Groups.
Leadership and spiritual development is very important to us, here at Grace. Pastors and staff facilitate groups, but mostly groups are lead by various church partners. Being a group facilitator is an excellent way to grow personally and also be a part of someone else’s development. If you would like to explore what it might look like for you to facilitate a group, please reach out to Nate Williams.