Christ the King Sunday-November 21, 2021

 
 
 
 
 
In-Person Opportunities
 
 

Welcome to Grace UMC.

Join us at one of our in-person worship services.

We offer worship services at 8:30 AM and 11:00 AM. 
 
Sunday School is at 9:45 AM. There are several classes offered at Grace.
 
As New Hanover County has lifted its indoor mask mandate, Grace UMC has changed its Covid safety measures in the following ways:
  • Masks are optional for fully vaccinated adults at the 11am worship service, Sunday School, and all mid-week activities.  (Fully vaccinated = two weeks after your final dose of the vaccine.)
  • Masked expected for all, regardless of vaccination status, at the 8:30am service.
  • Children and youth follow these guidelines:
  • Masks are now optional for fully vaccinated youth in grades 6 and above.
    • Masks are required for children and youth in grades 5 and below. (Mask expectations do not apply to children 2ys of age and younger.)

     

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Children’s Church has resumed during both worship services. Children ages 3-8 are invited to join us for games, crafts, and Bible time.
 
Children will sit with their families during the beginning of the service, then after
the children’s moment, they will be called to leave for Children’s Church.  They need to wear a mask.
Individual Adult Sunday School Classes  9:45 am
 
Bible Class – The first 15 minutes of class will be on the history of Grace.
The remaining 30 minutes will start a study of the book of James. So, read the first chapter of James and bring your Bibles and a pen to class. Remember: we start right at 9:45 am. Meeting Room: W202
 
Travelers Class – The Travelers will start a study on a book by Adam Hamilton titled “Words of Life”. This book examines the Ten Commandments from both a historical and a modern prospective. Come join the discussion. Weekly
emails will tell you that week’s assignment. Rick Zigler leads this class. Meeting Room: The Parlor
 
Friendship Class – To restart our class we thought it would be fitting to look at our faith. What better way than to follow the teachings of Paul. This will be a study of Hebrews 11, but will take us many places in the Bible and will cover who
knows how many Sundays. This is an open class, discussion is greatly appreciated at any time. Meeting Room: E201
 
All of these classes issue an open invitation to anyone (especially former members of the Wesleyan Class) to join them on Sunday mornings. Visit the different classes and find the one that feels like “home” to you.
 
 
 
Service Opportunities