The family of Grace Community reaches out to local, national, and world needs. As we grow as disciples of Jesus we grow in our enthusiasm to serve.

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Night to Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs, ages 14 and older.

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Kids Hope USA creates one-on-one mentoring relationships between adult church members willing to give a little time and a lot of love to at-risk elementary school children. Grace Community Church ministers to children at Truscott Elementary School. The slogan used in this relationship is:

ONE CHILD, ONE HOUR, ONE CHURCH, ONE SCHOOL. This is an award winning model designed to meet the emotional, social and academic needs of children.

For further information, contact Judy Arnold at (970)310-0683.

Angel House:  Grace is a partner in the network of churches that provide housing, meals, and community for homeless families in Loveland. Every 12th week our church becomes home as these families work to become self sufficient.

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Habitat for Humanity: We have a couple families who own Habitat Homes and Grace Community Church family members have participated in the building of several Habitat Homes.

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137 Homeless Connection and Inclement Weather Shelter sponsored by House of Neighborly Services. We are a part of a network of churches that opens it’s doors to the homeless when the temperature drops below 20 degrees. They are offered a warm bed and protection from the elements.

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Birthline is a pregnancy support agency that offers counseling, testing and support. Several of Grace’s members are volunteers in this vital ministry.  Birthline recently moved into the brand new HNS Life Center that now houses several of Loveland’s helping organizations. Please remember this ministry in your prayers. Visit: birthlineloveland.org

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STORYBOOK PROJECT

This program allows incarcerated individuals to read and record a child’s storybook to their children on the outside.  The book and recording are then sent to the child so they can hear their parent’s voice as they read along.  It is just a small way for these individuals to remain connected to their children. Grace trains and sends volunteers into the local prison system to obtain the recordings.  Is God calling you to volunteer?

Attached is an article that was in the Reporter Herald on July 8,2017: Storybook Project

Contact: Allen Moulton, 290-6041, [email protected]

Local Non-Profits

For more information on any of the outreach ministries Grace Community supports or information on how you can volunteer please contact the church office (970) – 593-0473 or email at [email protected]