The Prodigals is a ministry of Grace Avenue for those who have big questions about faith and are, perhaps, not comfortable with traditional, institutional church. The Mission of the Prodigals is to liberate spiritual seeker from the constraints of the institutional church, empowering all people to fully embody the unique image of God we are created to be.
Monday, October 2
7:00pm-8:30 pm in Tom Graves Hall
Led by Katrina Watland of True North Coaching
This session is an introduction to the difference between sexual orientation and gender identity, vocabulary that relates to the LGBTQ+ community, the importance and power of using appropriate words, and the reason for and importance of using appropriate pronouns.
Sunday, October 29th
Wear your costumes and join us for this fun family-friendly evening in our Pumpkin Patch!
In this series, we will examine some of
the most common illusions in our culture. They are illusions that lead us to false assumptions about what we believe and how we behave as God’s representatives in the world.
Everything You Need to Know about Recycling
Sponsored by the Grace Avenue Creation Care Team
Sunday, October 1st at 3:00pm
Tom Graves Hall
Join us for this opportunity to hear from Frisco Environmental Services during this seminar about recycling.
In this series, we invite you to be transformed by the renewing of the mind, SO that you may discern the will of God in your life.
“Path Seekers”, Grace Avenue’s Hiking Group, explore the trails in and around DFW! Come and Join us and take time to relax with nature!
Putting Your House in Order
Saturday, September 9
8:30 am – Coffee and Light Breakfast
9:00 am – Noon – Workshop and Breakout Sessions
Location – Grace Avenue Worship Center
The Grace Avenue Permanent Endowment Fund Committee, in partnership with the Texas Methodist Foundation, is excited to bring you a half day educational workshop to help explore all the conversations and decisions on key end-of-life matters.
Grace Avenue Creation Care Ministry
God blessed us with the privilege of being the caretakers of all that God has created. When we care for the environment, we are participating in a spiritual practice just as significant as prayer, Bible study, Sacramental participation and acts of mercy and giving. Loving God includes loving the earth God created. Creation Care is, therefore, first and foremost a spiritual and theological matter.