Grace 101 Class
Though we require all our Gospel Community leaders and assistant leaders to have taken this class – it is not just for leaders. It is for anyone newer to Grace who would like to learn more about us – what we believe, how we are structured, our vision, and our values etc. This class is taken over the course of 8 once-per-month sessions.
Throughout the year we host Bible seminars that dig deep into a specific topic. These are usually one or two day seminars that cover the Story of God.
Welcome to Gospel Ministry
Our Welcome to Gospel Ministry track exists to equip men and women in our church to live out their Gospel identity as disciples of Jesus who make disciples. We want our people to be grounded in the biblical teaching on who God is, what the gospel is, what it means to be a man or woman who follows Jesus, and what it looks like for them to live a holy and gospel-centered life – able to teach and model the glory of these good things to others. We want men and women to be trained and equipped to be all that God has called them to be and do.
Pastoral Intern Program
The purpose of Grace Fellowship’s intern program is to teach, train, and test men in the hands-on environment of a local church, in order to prepare and evaluate them for the possibility of future biblical eldership, either with Grace Fellowship or with another church or ministry (e.g., missions).
Porterbrook Learning helps Christians learn how to serve Jesus and his people better — whether they are church leaders, church planters, or simply Christians wanting to become more mission-focused. The course is flexible and has been designed to be integrated with your whole Christian life in whatever context you’re serving. It’s not theology for theology’s sake: the course is written by practitioners for practitioners.