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I Want to Get Involved
The best way to get connected at GraceLife is to be involved in a ministry. Following is a list of GraceLife ministries where YOU can SERVE! Please fill out the form below and we will be in touch shortly. [Descriptions of each ministry are below]
Cancer Care Ministry
This group helps families walk through the painful reality of cancer by writing letters, providing meals, and encouraging families and caregivers with regular contact and support.
Our youth are involved in a variety of high energy events, Bible studies and mission trips, as well as gender-based and age-specific Discipleship Classes.
Awana is a club for 3 years old–5th grade that meets weekly for games, music and learning scripture. Adult leaders are needed to help children memorize their verses, teach bible lessons, and organize/lead game time.
On Sunday mornings, our Children’s Ministry begins with age-specific Discipleship Classes where children are taught the Word of God. During the church service, children are invited to attend Children’s Church, where they learn life lessons and experience heartfelt worship. Our kiddos also participate in several other seasonal activities such as Vacation Bible School, kids’ camps and mission projects.
On Sunday mornings, members and visitors are greeted by the delicious smell of brewing coffee from our “Cup of Grace” coffee bar. Because God gives grace freely, the “Cup of Grace” team desires to model grace each week by offering regular and specialty coffees for free.
Our a/v team works behind the scenes to coordinate lighting, sound and video to make our Sunday services and special events flow smoothly. These volunteer technicians play a huge role in making our Worship Service engaging and effective.
Choir/ Music Ministry
The music ministry at GraceLife strives for authentic worship through Word-driven music, congregational unity, and skilled musicians. Our team is inspired by diverse music, the creative process, and fresh ideas. We desire to weave these things together to join believers from every generation and ethnicity. Above all, we are bound together by our desire to worship in spirit and in truth (John 4:24).
Our hospitality team’s goal is to make everyone feel welcome and comfortable at GraceLife. We accomplish this by greeting visitors and members as they enter, directing them to Discipleship classes, and helping families sign children in for Children’s Church. We are ready to serve with a smile!
Grace in Marriage
Our Grace in Marriage ministry team coordinates several get-togethers throughout the year to help couples have a few hours of kid-free time to focus on their marriage and cultivate friendships with other couples. Events include marriage conferences, game nights, picnics & mystery dinners.
The Martha Ministry team reaches out to families during hard times, providing meals to families in grief or dealing with illness.
To ensure safety on our campus, our Safety Team watches over the parking lots, and Crossing Guards stop traffic to allow GraceLife attendees to safely cross from one building to the next.
Vacation Bible School
Each summer, one of our most popular events is Vacation Bible School, where children from the community are invited for a fun and exciting week of crafts, games, singing and bible time. A successful VBS requires a large group of volunteers.
GraceLife ministers to adult women through monthly events, occasional outings and bible studies.
The Cupboard provides emergency food for those in our local community on an as-needed basis.
The Loving Arms Ministry
Family members and loved ones who care for someone who has had a stroke, has Alzheimer’s, or suffers from another debilitating disease often serve in the shadows and are overlooked. The Loving Arms Ministry recognizes that caregivers also need care. This ministry recognizes the physical, emotional and spiritual energy required to serve in this capacity and seeks to encourage those special people.
Prayer Shawl Ministry
Years ago at GraceLife, a very special woman crocheted shawls for those going through challenging circumstances, such as the loss of a loved one, sickness, loss of job, etc. In that spirit, a number of ladies carry on the tradition of crocheting prayer shawls for people in the Pineville area and around the globe to let them know that people are praying for them.