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Love Your Neighbor

The ministry of outreach—heeding God’s call to serve our community and the world—is central to our vitality and health as the Body of Christ. Christ’s command to care for the least among us is not the only reason for our care and acts of faith: We are promised new life when we give of ourselves by following Christ and participating in the kingdom of God by breaking out among us and in our lives.

Join us in working, praying, and giving to spread the kingdom of God. Your time, your prayers and your gifts are all needed as we strive to be Christ’s hands and feet in the world.


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Please contact Lisa Noll


  • Ecumenical Social Ministries

    ESM provides emergency social service needs, promotes self-sufficiency, and restores dignity to more than 74,000 individuals living the downtown area each year. We collect food and clothing, provide financial support and more. Contact: Marti Lindberg

  • Family Promise/IHN

    IHN's work to help families move from the street into a home of their own is a critical asset in our city. Our ability to host families here on our church building two times a year is a blessing to us. Our next date of service is Sun., Dec. 10 -17. Volunteer to provide a meal, help with set-up and clean-up or act as an overnight host. Contact: Lisa Noll

  • Grace in the Park

    We go out each Sunday after the 10:30 am service to Antlers Park (on Sierra Madre) to provide compassionate spiritual support; deep, meaningful community building; and direct experience of the love and depth of the Christian Way. Contact: Fr. Brendan

  • Grace Sowers

    Committed to changing the dynamic of poor eating for those in need, we’re a faithful (and fearless) group of gardeners growing produce in a small -- and productive -- growing space here on campus and in our backyards. We occasionally offer GSA (Grace-supported agriculture) markets after services on Sundays, sharing produce for donation with funds going directly to supporting our partner, Ecumenical Social Ministries and partnering with to deliver excess produce to neighbors. Contact: Susan Bassett

  • The Lord's Dinner

    Several times a year, we join other Episcopal Churches in town to serve a hearty and nutritious dinner to neighbors-in-need in a warm and friendly setting at Sacred Heart Church on the west side. On an ongoing basis, we're collecting supplies and making warming candles that become part of the "giveaways" at the Lord's Supper. The candles are the most sought-after items we provide; demand always exceeds the supply. Please donate leftover candles and metal cans (5-1/2" tall and 4" around) to boxes clearly marked in Parish Hall. Contact: Martha deUlibarri

  • Refugee Ministry

    Working with Lutheran Refugee Services, we befriend, listen to, guide and inform refugees that have just moved to the area. Members of our group work 1-on-1 with a family or individual for six months after completing training. Contact: Jen Williamson

  • Thrift House

    Thrift House has been re-selling gently used clothing, jewelry, household goods, and books to raise money to give to charity since 1958. Volunteer hours translate into fund for grants that support programs both here at Grace and St. Stephen's and throughout our community. If you are a community service agency and would like to be considered for a Thrift House grant please click here for a downloadable application form, Contact: Beth Ferguson

  • TwoCor

    TwoCor helps fill the gap of teaching, training, and supporting young men and women whose circumstances put them at risk by building bridges to mature adulthood through mentoring, work, and activities. We support TwoCor financially as well as through serving meals during Monday evening program when the youth gather for games, teaching, and study. Contact: Jim Hinkle

  • Make a Difference

    Find your place to serve and make a difference in the lives of many! Contact: Lisa Noll