About Sovereign Grace Fellowship

We don’t seek to be program-driven for the sake of having a bunch of stuff going on. All of our different ministries reflect the various gifts that Christ has blessed our church with and we acknowledge the administration gifts that help various ministries function in an efficient manner. We aren’t trying to compete with other churches to have the best menu of ministries in the church.

Children’s Ministry

Classes are offered for children during service, except for Family Sundays (first Sunday each month)

The curriculum we use is Route 52’s Explore Bible Stories. It is a fantastic curriculum focused on teaching kids the Bible and glorifying God. Every week kids will receive a lesson from the teacher, as the curriculum moves through the Bible, exploring God’s word from Genesis to Revelation. They will learn a “Big Idea” every week, but will also be working through the tougher concepts (why do bad things happen to good people, etc…) we as Christians have to face, with answers coming from scripture. Every unit they memorize a new song and there are memory verses every week.


Family Discipleship

 9:30am every Sunday, downstairs classroom.

Community Groups

We have several Community Groups that meet each week.  These gatherings include a time of study and prayer as a group. Some groups have childcare.  Contact us for more detailed information.

Cooper Small Group: Mondays, 7pm at 12364 Iowa Ave., Nampa

Masiewicz Small Group:   Wednesdays, 6:30 pm at 1805 W. Dew Mist Drive, Nampa. (children welcome), Please bring a dish to share!

Young Adults Group: College and Career Group
Meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays, 7pm
Aaron and Cecelia Book’s home, 16970 N Thurgood Loop, Nampa.
We’ll be studying the book of Proverbs, fellowshipping, and praying for one another. Occasional outings and service opportunities throughout the year.

 Young Mens Theology Study:On the 1st and 3rd Tuesday mornings from 10-11:30am Pastor Matt hosts a discussion group for young men at our church who are high school aged and older and interested in the learning, reading about, and discussion of theology proper and specifically reformed theology. It will meet in his office and will include coffee. They are currently working through RC Sproul’s “What is Reformed Theology?”.
If you are interested in attending or having your son attend, please contact Pastor Matt

Women’s Ministries

We currently offer 3 women’s Bible Studies during the week

1st and 3rd Mondays at 2pm at Melissa Lucas’s home. Kids are welcome.

Every Wednesday at 10am at Helen Cooper’s home.

2nd and 4th Monday evenings at 7pm (location changes during the summer).

Men’s Ministries

Men’s breakfast meets on the 3rd Saturday of every month at 8:00 a.m. for a time to eat, worship together, be instructed in Scripture with a devotional, and encourage one another in prayer. Contact Randy Raney.

We occasionally meet at the gun range.


Youth Ministry – Ransomed

1st & 3rd Sundays, 6:00 p.m. Youth Group at the Church for youth in the 6th – 12th grade. There are monthly events that the youth participate in.

Good Time of Worship, Lesson, and Prayer. 

Teens are instructed in solid Biblical truth.

Children’s Ministries

We provide childrens ministry on Sunday morning for ages 2-11. The age breakdown for the 3 classes are as follows:

Toddler Program – Proficient Walkers to age 2, Preschool – potty trained ages 3-4, Grades K-2 (5-8), and Grades 3-5 (9-11). The children stay in service for worship and are released during the offering. Children are more than welcome to remain in service if the parents prefer to keep them in service. There are also seasonal events for children.

We appreciate the advantages of family integrated worship and therefore keep children in service every first Sunday of the month for the entire service. This is also due to the fact that many of our children are baptized members of the church and should rightly participate in the Lord’s Supper. To receive the Lord’s Supper without the entire Body of Christ fully assembled would actually undermine the symbolic meaning of the church’s unity, not to mention deprive believing children of the means of grace in the holy meal. Just to be clear, only believing members should receive the meal in active participation through faith in Christ. The other Sundays are left to the decision of parents. We don’t view the preference of parents as a litmus test for Godly parenting. We emphasize and resource our parents to conduct discipleship in the home.

We Recommend the Baptist Catechism, and emphasize weekly Bible memorization through Fighter Verses.

For more information on the resources we use, please visit the following sites:


Fighter Verses – http://www.fighterverses.com

The Baptist Catechism – https://founders.org/library/the-baptist-catechism/


Birth to Pre-Walkers (located just off the foyer) Pack-n-plays, gliders, and floor mats provided. *Parent or adult guardian will need to remain with their children in this room.