Special Interest Groups
Grace Kids Playgroup
The Grace Kid's Playgroup is open to all kid's from infancy through school age children. Whether you are a stay at home mom, watch your grandchildren or are taking a vacation day, we encourage you to stop by for some fun play time! No registration is required, just join us whenever you can! We meet the first and third Wednesdays of the month from 9am-10am in the church nursery.
The Grace Men's softball team is open to men 15 and older, who are attendees of the church. The games are played on Monday evenings from May to August as part of the Ozaukee Christian Softball League. It is a great time of fellowship, meeting new people, and of course playing ball! We are always looking for more players, even if you can't attend every week. If you'd like to join or have any questions, please contact John Bernd.
Retired Not Tired (RNT)
This is a social small group ministry for retired couples. Our goal is to have fun with other Christian couples and to get to know one another better. Both partners need not be retired or current members of Grace.
Past events have included:
Events are posted in the Grace Notes and in the church bulletin
Twenties and Thirties (TNT)
The TNT group meets a couple times a year to socialize and meet new people.
Past events have included:
Outreach | -noun- the extent or length of reaching out.
-verb- reach further than
The Grace Lutheran Church Outreach Program works with those in need in our local, regional, national and international community through various activities throughout the year. The Outreach Program also works with other church committees for those in need.
Ongoing and previous projects:
Please check Grace Notes or the Outreach Bulletin Board (located in the narthex) for Outreach’s current information and projects. Please feel free to contact Kelly Klug, the outreach chair, for any questions or if you have ideas on how to Outreach to others
Mission Statement: The Fellowship Committee seeks to promote and celebrate friendly and meaningful experiences and relationships through planned social events that encourage a sense of community within our church.
About Us: The Fellowship Committee plans and organizes a variety of social events for all ages of our congregation throughout the year. These events help our members to get to know each other better, feel more connected to our church community and to have fun.
Social Events: We plan and coordinate a social event several times a year. Most events are held on-site at church and are free.
To Join: We are currently looking for volunteers to join and take part in sharing your ideas and helping plan and coordinate events. However, if you are unable to commit as a member, the committee can always use your help, especially with set-up, serving food and clean-up during events. If you are interested, please contact Laurie Gosselin (262-365-9355).