Adult Ministry

Because God calls GHC to be a Community of Christ Followers on Mission to the World, we must, as the adults of the church, go deeper.

We do this by worshiping God in Spirit and in truth on Sunday mornings and as a lifestyle every day.
To help you deepen even more, we encourage you to take two more steps:
1.  Join a class, Bible study or small group of some sort to help you grow in His Word.
2.  Serve in the ways that God has gifted you.  If you are not sure what those are, we’ll help you learn.     


Bible Fellowship

These Bible studies meet on our campus and seek to study God’s Word together and apply it to our lives.  We have studies that meet on Sunday mornings, as well as mid-week studies.  For a complete listing of these studies click here.

Deeper Life - Summer Session

From Garden to Glory ~ ladies Bible Study, Wednesday nights, 7-8:30pm, May 27- July.  From Genesis to Revelation, the Bible  is a beautiful, epic, and cohesive story.  It is the story of how our eternal God is on a grand mission to redeem and restore his rebellious and wayward children.  But, it is not a story meant to merely inform us.  The story is meant to transform us and invite us to participate in the glorious redemption of all things!  Led by Lee Ann Pepper. Details & sign up:

GHC MEN: Bonfire Bros.  Join us for devos & discussion around a bonfire. Bring your own camp chair, snack & drink to share. Starts at 8pm. Gather at Daryl Pepper's: 579 Calico Springs Road, Elizabethtown. So that we can maintain healthy distancing, CLICK TO JOIN.

Small Groups

Can a big church really be small and personal?  Can you come to church on Sunday morning and see someone who really knows you?  Yes!  That's what small groups are all about.  Most of our small groups meet in homes, usually twice a month, and create the space for you to connect in community and grow in your relationship with Jesus Christ.  

Check out some of our available groups here, or to start the process of joining a small group fill out this form.

Men's Ministry

The Men of Grace believe in Christ’s first call of his ministry, and that is for Disciples to follow Him, Mathew 16:24, that men are the head of home and responsible for the spiritual well being of their family, Timothy 3:1, we are called out of darkness into his light to be his priests and to serve his community, 1 Peter 2:2, we are called to serve the Body of Christ, Galatians 5:13

What does the Men’s Ministry do?  The Men of Grace serve the community of Christ in small and large ways,we partake in education of ourselves and our family where the opportunity is given, such as Wednesday night Deeper Life,  we offer our time and our talents to serve not only Grace Heartland Church but our community as well. We strive to keep our minds and souls sharp for Christ, we are accountable to one another, serving and supporting each other to remain strong in Christ.

To find out more about the Men’s Ministry, a great place to start is our monthly breakfast. The Men of Grace gather for fellowship and breakfast the third Saturday of each month at 8:00 for one hour. For an email reminder click here.

By the Grace of God, we strive to be Men of Grace.

Women's Ministry

We offer classes specifically tailored to knowing more about how to be a godly woman on Wednesday nights (see the Deeper Life section above) and on Sunday mornings (see Bible Fellowship section above).

Women’s Prayer Time - Tuesdays, 9:30 a.m., Main BLDG, Rm 11

Women’s Book Club - Deepen in your faith by discussing a Christian book.  Mondays, 6:30 p.m., Family Life Center, first floor, Prayer Room.

Check out our Facebook page to stay up to date on all upcoming events and activities.  Hit like to see our posts in your news feed.

Caring  For  One  Another

John Stott says, “The church lies at the very center of the eternal purpose of God. It is not a divine afterthought. It is not an accident of history. On the contrary, the church is God’s new community. For his purpose . . . is not just to save individuals and so perpetuate our loneliness, but rather to build up his church, that is, to call out of the world a people for his own glory” (The Living Church, 19–20). We will take a closer look at Ephesians as we seek to grow in our understanding of what it means to be a part of the church and to care for and love one another.  Join us online for worship on Facebook as well as on our APP and website on Sundays  at 10:15am.