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Touch of Grace

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What is the Touch of Grace ministry?

Through a team of more than 80 volunteers, the Touch of Grace ministry seeks to facilitate the family at Grace in caring for one another during times of need. This “caring” includes providing meals, as well as help with light house/yard work.

Who does the Touch of Grace ministry serve?

The Touch of Grace ministry serves members or regular attenders who have experienced a birth or death in the family, as well as those who have undergone surgery or been hospitalized.

How does this ministry work?

The Touch of Grace coordinators are made aware of a need, either through a direct request for help or through referral by someone within the church (any requests received by referral are cleared with the intended recipients). Touch of Grace volunteers are then contacted by email or phone and asked to provide a meal to be delivered to the recipient’s home or to help with house/yard work.

How can I help

Touch of Grace is an excellent way to meet members of the body at Grace and to make a difference in someone’s life with a minimal time commitment. Meals provided do not have to be homemade.

The Touch of Grace ministry also keeps a supply of meals in the church freezer and uses volunteers to deliver these meals as needed.

If you are interested in being part of this ministry, click here for the volunteer form.  You may also fill out a Touch of Grace volunteer card found in the church connector hallway and leave it at the Information Center or in the church office.

Click here for the Touch of Grace Recipe Collection (recipes used on the Touch of Grace Cooking Days)!