This is a friendly, comfortable place (located in Building C) where adults can gather over free hot beverages. The Coffee Corner brings opportunities to meet friends and make new ones, whether before or after small group time or during other GBC classes and events. It is staffed by GBC volunteers who join a Coffee Corner Team. For more information, contact Courtney Williams at .
Joyful Bunch (Senior Adult Ministry)
Our senior adults meet on the GBC campus most Tuesdays from 10:30 am to noon for fellowship, Bible study & prayer. Every other month we enjoy lunch together after the Tuesday Bible study. The ministry also includes special activities and events throughout the year. We enjoy showing God’s love by responding to the needs of each other and in serving together through other Grace ministries. We encourage all senior adults to join in whenever they can, whether it’s Bible study or any of our other fun activities. Contact Debbie Lemons at for more information.
New Life Adult Discipleship classes are short-term classes that are offered to help us grow in our relationships with God. From financial stewardship and improving relationship skills, to knowing the will of God and how to have a friendship with Him, Grace’s New Life class offerings cover many different topics. God’s Word provides the basis for knowledge and instruction, and the small group environments are conducive to discussion and personal attention. Contact Pastor Kirk for more information at (703) 670-5032 or email
My Brother's Keeper (MBK)
MBK is the Men's Ministry at Grace Baptist Church. Its purpose is to engage men in deepening their daily walk with Jesus Christ, growing the Brotherhood among men in the church and with other believers in the greater community, helping them to effectively share their faith with others and participating together in mission activities both locally and globally. They have a monthly breakfast and do several service projects throughout the year. To connect with the MBK Leadership team contact Michael Shannon at
Women of Grace (WOG)
The three-fold purpose of the ministry is to enable spiritual growth, to encourage friendship and mentorship, and to provide an outlet for meeting needs within our church body and the local community. Women of Grace also seeks to keep ladies informed and assist them in making connections with the many opportunities and ministries that are available to them, both within our church body and the local community. During a ministry year, Women of Grace sponsored activities may include: Friday Fellowship Nights, Spring Retreat, Book Club, Outreach Opportunities, and International Women of Grace (IWoG): Women of Grace is open to all ladies, college-aged and beyond. Contact Julie Horton for more information.