The body of Christ at Grace desires to demonstrate the love of Christ by rejoicing with those who rejoice and weeping with those who weep.
Grace helps people grow as disciples in five ways: worship, fellowship, learning, serving, and sharing. The Care ministry seeks to serve the Grace family by providing prayer, visitation, transportation, basic home and car repairs, and grief support.
If you want to help serve with Care Ministry, or if you have a need, please contact Mason Smith.
We can help you get unstuck through re:generation. At regeneration, we work through a biblically-based step-by-step pathway to help you experience new life within a community of imperfect Christ-followers. Our prayer is you seek Jesus and healing. We have experienced freedom from addictive behaviors, compulsive thinking, and sin patterns. Whether you are struggling with substance abuse, codependency, pornography, fear, control, eating disorders, depression, emotional/physical abuse, same sex attraction, anger, obsessive thoughts – or if you are just stuck in a particular area of life, come as you are and find that God wants to heal you. Even if you are skeptical of Christianity, you are welcome to come.
We will begin meeting January 14 on Tuesday nights from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Grace and re:gen takes about 11 months. The program is free, but there are 6 workbooks total $55. Please do not let cost be a hindrance; scholarships are available. Childcare is available by reservation. If you would like more information, please fill out the form below or contact our re:gen Director, Roger Pryor.
Ministry Care Services
Visitation | Comfort and encourage our members by visiting them in various care settings. Don’t underestimate the way God can use you and your time. Check out the video below to see how God is working between two Grace members.
Transportation | Providing transportation for those who cannot drive themselves.
Fix It (Basic home and car repairs) | Assisting with assessing and resolving common problems.
Grief Support | Coming alongside people who are grieving and providing counsel, comfort, and encouragement.
Moving | Moving individual items or assist with moving a household