HANDS OF GRACE
When Jesus returned to heaven he replaced himself with three things – the Holy Spirit, the word of God (Bible), and the Church. As the church, we are to be the physical hands of Jesus used to minister to those who are in need. The Hands of Grace ministries exist to support those who are struggling and in need of a helping hand…
Throughout the year our church engages in various community service and outreach projects. Each month there is a different way to get involved and minister to those in need. Our past projects have included food drives for Lee’s Summit Social Services, fund raising for Rachel House Pregnancy Resource Center, collaborating with Hillcrest Transitional Housing, collecting school supplies for needy children in our area, and collecting coats for those without. Check the weekly announcements or Calendar tab for the most recent Hands of Grace projects and to see how you can get involved. For more information about our various community outreach projects please contact Kevin & Kathi Foster - Email.
City Union Mission
On the second Saturday of every month a group from Grace travels down to the City Union Mission in Kansas City, MO to prepare food for the residents of the shelter. It is such a blessing to be able to help people who are going through a difficult time. We prepare the meal, serve them their food, provide music while they’re eating, and most importantly show them the love of Jesus. If you are interested in helping out at the Mission just meet us at the church the 2nd Saturday of any month at 3 PM. For more information about the City Union Mission ministry you can contact Kevin and Kathi Foster - Email.
Nursing Home Ministry
Members visit area nursing homes on a regular basis to provide the residents with worship opportunities. A full worship service is held including music, song specials and a gospel message. Services are held at Raymore Nursing Home (2pm) every other first Sunday of the month and every fifth Sunday of a month. For dates visit the Calendar section of the website.