Community Outreach

House of Neighborly Service

We financially support House of Neighborly Service as they assist and advocate for those challenged by the effects of poverty or situational crisis. Resources, guidance, and most importantly, hope are provided through food, clothing, utility assistance and more.

Each December we collect needed items for the MASH team (Mobile Assistance Serving Homeless) of the Guiding Connections program.  They distribute these as Christmas gifts to those they serve. 

Habitat for Humanity

Grace Community Church has families who own Habitat Homes and members have participated in the building of several Habitat Homes.  We seek to partner and support Habitat however we are able, from sending volunteers, hosting fundraisers for support, and allowing the use of our building for various Habitat staff meetings.

LOVELAND COMMUNITY KITCHEN

Grace Community Church coordinates a team of volunteers for serving at the Community Kitchen.  Loveland’s Community Kitchen provides food for those who are hungry, conversation for those who are lonely and rest for those who are struggling. Ready to eat meals are given to those in need along with a supportive community as they seek to become more self-sufficient.

Kids Hope USA

Kids Hope facilitates 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.  Kids Hope is all about: 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.  Grace Community Church ministers to children at Truscott Elementary School, a Title-1 School located at 6th and Garfield.  We have a long-standing relationship with Truscott beginning when our church was located downtown Loveland on 4th street.
National Mentoring Month recognizes the faithful commitment of volunteer mentors who show up week after week to show students they are loved and cared for.  We celebrate the impact mentors are having in the lives of students in their own community and invite others to learn more about it. Through the power of relationships, kids build resilience and a brighter future.

American Heritage Girls

Our Troop mees on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month from 6-8PM
American Heritage Girls is a Christ-centered character and leadership development program for girls 5 to 18 years of age. AHG is dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community, and country.  
Contact Leslie Armstrong, our Charter Representative to share your interest or any questions.

Birthline

A pregnancy support agency that offers counseling, testing and support. Birthline recently moved into the new HNS Life Center that houses several of Loveland’s helping organizations. Please remember this ministry in your prayers.

Room4Hope & New Beginnings

Room4Hope offers Emotional Support, Practical Help and Spiritual Guidance Specific to women’s needs in Larimer County and Greeley, Colorado. Support is offered at the halfway house commons (near the jail) in Fort Collins or The House of Neighborly Service in Loveland.

New Beginnings assists those transitioning into housing.  If you have gently used furniture, household items (dishes etc), microwave, etc… please let us know so we can share it with those who moving into housing without much to start out with.  We’re also appreciate help just moving furniture, or persons with a pickup truck or trailer that could move things on their own. Deliveries or pickups take only about an hour.  This ministry happens year round and has ongoing needs. Contact Allen Moulton (button below) to help or donate.