Contact: Brandon Allen Brandon@family-grace.com
Squad 122-Squad 122 is the collegiate ministry here at Family of Grace. The name came from Romans 12:2 which says “Do not be conformed to this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind so that you may discern what is the good, pleasing, and perfect will of God.” Our main mission for college students is to stand strong on the principles of Christ and not be transformed of the world that has strayed away from the principles that line up with the Gospel. We take pride in teaching our college students to stand out from the norm even if it may cause them some persecution.
Ashley Mack: Ashley@family-grace.com
Cultivate- Cultivate is an after school program that meets on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons of each week throughout the academic school year. At Cultivate, we nurture positive relationships with students by teaching them to respect themselves and others despite racial or cultural backgrounds. Our desire is to develop young leaders by motivating students to overcome academic obstacles and take their education to the next level.
Undefeated- Undefeated is our Wednesday night outreach. Children and youth from all over the city come and learn about God's love for them. They are grouped by grade and they share a meal together, play together and learn about God's plan for their life!
Contact: Marie Masson (318)-443-1400
Our English as a Second Language (ESL) and Adult Literacy program begin as some of our members saw a need for this in our city. They began meeting and this has been one of the fastest growing ministries of Family of Grace. Volunteers come and teach a written lesson and verbal lesson for about an hour. The classes meet every Wednesday at 4pm at the South Campus (4200 South MacArthur Drive)
Contact: Brandon Allen, Brandon@family-grace.com
H20:We partner with Volunteers of America monthly for their homeless outreach on the 4th Thursday of every month. We collect clothes and hygiene items to give away to the people who participate. We offer prayer and snocones or coffee and hot chocolate depending on the time of year.
Contact: Betty Langston (318)-443-1400
Main Street Mission: Main St. Mission is located in Pineville and is a ministry of Main St. Church. Our church family volunteers every Monday from 10am-12pm serving a light breakfast and handing out emergency food and clothing to those in need.