At Salem Grace we believe a small group is the best place for sustained life change to occur. In each group, we study God’s Word and discuss the issues and challenges of life. It’s also where we pray together, care for one another, and are missed if we don’t show up. If you’re looking for a place like this but haven’t found it yet, we want to help. 

Small Groups

Small Groups are a great way to grow in faith, practicing accountability and becoming stronger disciples of Christ.

Be a Group Facilitator

Our Community Group leaders create the environments in which our people can grow on their discipleship journey.

2022 Groups


  • 5:00-6:30pm PRINCE OF PEACE POSSE


  • 6:00-8:00pm J.O.Y. (Just Older Youth)


  • 6:30-8:30 SISTERS ROAR! (Women)


  • 6:30-8:00 BIBLE 101




  • 9:00am GLU (Guys Like Us)

Fall 2022 Groups @ Salem Grace


Prince of Peace Posse  (Group is Full)

Sunday, 5:00-6:30pm @ church office


Saddle up with this dynamic group of Seniors who meet, eat, and discuss Sunday’s sermon together.

Led by Carroll & Sherry 


J.O.Y. (Just Older Youth)

Monday, 6:00-8:00pm in the Huddle Room


These Seniors are young at heart truth-seekers who discuss Sunday’s sermon together on Monday Nights at the church.

Led by Lee & Shirley Kern


DISCiples (Disc Golf)    (on break until spring)

Monday, 5:30-until dark

Shelter #1, Bryan Memorial Park

This group meets at the park for a “JESUS STORY”, about Jesus and His disciples, then we hit the links to throw circular plastic objects at chained baskets. It’s a lot of fun with some great people. All ages are invited.

Led by Pastor Mark


Sisters Roar!

1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30pm in the Huddle Room


Based on the book by Duck Dynasty matriarch Miss Kay and her daughter-in-law Lisa encourage you to live your strongest, happiest, most fulfilled life centered around the only One who loves you perfectly: Jesus. Set aside your loneliness, your mistakes, your disappointed expectations. Nothing can take away the voice God gave you! Your sisters are calling. Are you ready to roar?

Led by Milrea Howe & Cathy Malone


Soundtracks   (Cancelled)

Tuesday, 7:30-8:30pm - virtual, online group


If you loved Pastor Trent’s recent series BRAIN FREEZE, this will be a great follow up study for you. Author and speaker Jon Acuff uses “soundracks” as a metaphor for the messages that play in the background of our lives and that echo in our ears. Changing our minds means changing the channel on those tunes and their “broken record” messages. [NOTE: These sessions will be done virtually – ONLINE – through Right Now Media.]   Led by Pastor Mark


Walk & Talk (women)   (Break for the season)

Thursday, 5:30-6:30pm

Shelter #1, Bryan Memorial Park

This group will meet at the park to talk & walk, while exercising body, mind, and spirit. The first 10-15  minutes, a topic and discussion points will be presented, then they will simply go for a walk as we talk it out the next 45 minutes, as well as anything else that’s on our minds and pray with each other as the opportunity presents. 

Led by Angie Courtright


Bible 101 

Thursday, 6:30-8:00pm in the Huddle Room

Do you want to begin reading your Bible but don’t know where to begin? What about the parts that are strange to us or hard to understand? we will watch simple videos to help us get into “The Greatest Story Ever Told” and learn how to make it part of our daily lives.

Led by Pastor Mark


Fireside Fridays 

Friday, 6:30pm at 1575 Hawthorn Estates

Here’s an open invitation to join Dack and Melissa Johnson for a low-key hangout. Grab your lawn chair and meet them by the fire at their home for hot dogs, s’mores, and friendly  conversation.

Led by Dack & Melissa Johnson


GLU (Guys Like Us) 

3rd Saturday, 9:00am in the Cafe

This men’s breakfast meets monthly on the third Saturday of the month to eat and inspire one another to greatness. The food is good, but the friendship is excellent! Our next breakfast is on October 15th.

Led by Cloyd Bryant

Sermon Discussion Guides​

We encourage you to use this discussion guide to better understand this week's sermon; you can do this on your own, with a friend, your family, or in a small group. The guide includes four parts:

  • Talk About It. A question to get you started in thinking about this sermon and/or these questions.

  • Read About It. Scripture referenced in the sermon and questions.

  • Think About It. Questions to better understand the scripture.

  • Do Something About It. Prompt to help us incorporate teachings in this sermon and scripture into our life this week.

Access Discussion Guides through RightNow Media​

Or download pdf Discussion Guide, here