Making A Local Impact
Grace Anglican Church is a “Great Commission Church” and we strive to be a community of individuals who show and tell God’s story to those in our lives who don’t know him.
Lifework Leadership: Making Your Work More Meaningful
Begins October 17th
You spend the majority of your time at work. You're good at it, but you wonder- what does my job have to do with God's work in the world? Lifework is a non-profit global Leadership Development program that is designed to transform leaders who will then transofrm their city. Jesus is the best example of Godly leadership, so they take what they learn from his leadership example, and learn how to apply it in their workplace, communities, churches, and most importantly in their families. Lifework is seeking to help leaders find their calling and connect with like-minded professionals who want to grow more intentional in their work while moving their business to the next level. This year's class starts in October. Contact Brent Ross for more information or visit their website.
We partner with Clay County Young Life to reach the youth in our community with the Gospel. Young Life is a world-class organization that enters the world of teens, focusing on what matters to them - fun, adventure, friendship and a sense of significance - and teaching them about God's love. This ministry includes: Young Life- ministry to high school students, WyldLife- ministry to middle school students, WyldLife- ministry to teen moms. Clay County Young Life meets on Monday nights at The Barn located at the back side of the church parking lot. For more information, click here to learn more or contact Stephanie Van Dyke.
Every day YoungLives carries hope into the lives of thousands of teen moms and their children to change generations. They reach out to young women who have never experienced the real love of Christ and come alonside to help them discover who they were created to be. There are many ways to get involved: mentor, committee member, financial partner, childcare volunteer and so much more. Please contact YoungLives Coordinator, Patti Millican for more information.
Institute for Worship Studies (IWS)
The Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies exists to form servant leaders in Christian worship renewal and education through graduate academic praxis, grounded in biblical, historical, theological, cultural and missiological reflection in community.
IWS emphasizes the student and their ministry context in the classroom, they use rich tools to continue learning online following oncampus intensives, and they intentionally create an egalitarian, highly relational community. For more information, contact Dr. Jim Hart or visit their website.
We offer Alpha two times a year. Please join us in the fall!
Do you have a friend you are seeking to share Christ with? Invite them! Alpha is a safe place to explore the big questions of life and ask honest and real questions about God. Click here to learn more.