Welcome to our Scrap Book

We are happy to share these memories with you.

Be sure to visit each section below.

Souper Bowl

Each year during Super Bowl Season,Grace competes with itself to bring in more food and funds than the previous year by participating in the Souper Bowl, an event supported by congregations of all denominations and all sizes, designed to gather items needed by local food pantries across the country.  Grace has typically turned this into a fun day of intramural wrangling, Team Loaves - vs - Team Fishes (Organ Side - vs - Pulpit Side) to see which team brings in more.  We have a meal after worship on Super Bowl Sunday and play a trivia game with half-time entertainment.

We go all out for this annual party as you can see by the photos below.

In 2015, Bishop Dillahunt (right) was our special guest.


Dart Ball begins in November each year.  Team Captains, Gary Ruff & Steve Dupler are always looking for new members.  You don't need any previous experience.  All you need is a desire to enjoy some great fellowship.  For more information, contact the Church office (740) 536-7343, or speak to either Steve or Gary.

The Current Schedule is posted here and scenes from the Team's most recent season follow.

TAG In Detroit

The Teens at Grace (TAG) went to the National Youth Gathering in Detroit in July 2015.  We had a blast!  Here is a collection of photos from our preparation time as well as our trip itself. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

Vacation Bible School

VBS took place Sunday through Thursday evening, Julne 28 - July  2.

This year we went to Everest!

Our Farm

We have a farm that is tended by the Elder Family, Kevin and Karl pictured at the left.  Our congregation, planted years ago in the heart of the farmland of Fairfield County remains committed to care of the soil and being faithful stewards of the ground entrusted to us.

Karl & Kevin have been featured in agricultural publications in recent years. The Columbus Dispatch Article describes our goal of preserving this farmland for future generations.   This write up tells of the award our farmers received in 2014 for their conservation efforts, the day the photo at the left was taken.