As followers of Jesus, we commit ourselves to sharing the love of Christ with all people, pursuing justice, and standing in solidarity with all who are marginalized and oppressed.
We celebrate God’s gift of diversity and value the wholeness made possible in community equally shared and shepherded by all. We welcome and affirm people of every age, race, ethnicity, physical and mental ability, level of education, family structure, every gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, every economic, immigration, marital, and social status, and so much more.
In keeping with our baptismal covenant, we are committed to resisting evil, injustice, and oppression in whatever forms they present themselves.
Missionary Witness: Advent Conspiracy
As we explore our worship, spending, giving, and loving this Advent season dream of all the difference we could make in the world. What if we chose to spend less on material things? What if we dare not get caught up in the consumer driven Christmas frenzy? What if we chose to give more to make a difference in lives across the globe? This year we can do just that! David and Elizabeth McCormick our missionaries with the United Methodist Church presented us with opportunities to partner in mission. Check out the ways we can connect with their friend Jon Nday to bring life and nutrition to a village in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Cambine Agricultural Project
$8 - Bag of Cement for Enclosure
$65 - One Dozen Chickens
$126 - A Pig
$1,100 - 5,000 Baby Fish
$6,700 - Solar Water Kit
*Be sure to choose "Missionary Support" in the drop down menu on the Give page
Grace Community UMC is doing what Grace has done for the last thirty years—rethinking church to meet the needs of and make the space for the people that God so loves! Part of that process currently is in repurposing some of our spaces for community partners looking for a mutually beneficial relationship. One of those partnerships is with Stage Center, a community theater group for all ages who has recently moved into and remodeled parts of our second floor space. Now all that’s needed? A sidewalk that makes their entrance accessible to participants, many of whom are Grace congregants.