St. Theo's Amity Guild (STAG)

St. Theo’s Amity Guilde (STAG) is a men’s fellowship group that meets on the second Monday of every month at 6 pm.

STAG originated a few years ago when four men decided to provide a monthly meeting that would include fellowship, evening prayer, a meal, and the presentation of a special interest topic. It was also decided that they would participate and support the Food Pantry by providing help with the monthly grocery pick-up and Thanksgiving and Christmas basket distribution.

Our group has grown and we have had a variety of informational topics presented.

We have had a variety of menu choices, including pan fried fish dinners with homemade hush puppies, rack-of-lamb on the grill, homemade wine, Cincinnati chili, meat loaf, and much more.

We hope that you will consider joining us for an evening of fun, fellowship, and food!

Grace Hikers

Do you enjoy the outdoors? Are you looking for fellowship? Come join us as we get together to hike the many beautiful trails in the Grand Traverse region.

The group averages 10 to 15 people, and some of our favorite hikes have been to the Sleeping Bear Dunes, Empire Bluffs, Boardman River, and Sand Lakes Quiet Area. The woods, streams, and lakes offer many views and flora, including the rare Lady’s Slipper Orchid.

After our hikes we reward ourselves with lunch and conversation at a restaurant nearby. Anyone can join this group, which more accurately describes itself as “strollers” keeping our hikes moderate. At present, we range in age from 11 to 85 but welcome all that want to “stroll.”

Stitch & Chat Circle

The Grace Stitch & Chat Circle meets on Tuesdays at 10:30 am. All ‘stitchers’ are invited to join us. You can work on your own project, or knit for our Prayer Shawl ministry. 

We look forward to stitching with you, getting to know you, and forming an active, fun, and meaningful community at Grace. 

Women's Book Group

Do you love books? How about discussing them together with others?

The Women’s Book Club meets the second Monday of each month at Jubilee House, next door, from 6 to 8 pm.

We’re a lively group that accommodates members according to their schedules and interest in book selections from month to month. We average about 7 readers a month, so there is always room for someone else!

Sharing insights about what we have read and what they mean to us is the core of the discussion group.

All the reading selections are made by the group and the book must be in paperback, to keep the cost of reading down. Most selections can be reserved at local libraries, as we make selections months in advance.

Activities Planning(Grace Connections)

Grace Connections seeks to promote more personal relationships among parishioners through gatherings centered around fun and food.  We help to organize small group meals, game nights and look to coordinate with other hospitality and welcome groups to create a community of caring and sharing at Grace.  Join the fun and make a connection with the other volunteers at Grace!