Grace City Missions exists to lead our city and our world into a life-transforming relationship with Jesus Christ.
We love our city and our world through relationships. We are intentional about who we partner with as we serve compassionately and consistently in order to restore individuals and ourselves into right relationship with God, others, creation, and self.
MAY 5-12 | LEADER: MICHAEL MUTZ | MICHAEL@GRACECITYFL.com
This team will work with Public Church, a new church plant in Amsterdam. We will help mentor, disciple, and encourage those already involved in launching Public (which is planting via a coffee shop) so they can reach their city more effectively. During the day, we will work with local ministries in the city to serve and extend the reputation of Public and in the evening, we will build relationships with members of the church to help strengthen their faith. We will also connect with ministries who work to rescue victims of sex-trafficking in order to learn more about what they do and how we can help. This trip is for ages 18 and up.
March 24-31 | LEADER: Angie Hernandez | email@example.com
This team will be partnering with missions organization Mission of Hope to evangelize in the villages of Haiti. Every year, Mission of Hope hosts thousands of mission trip participants from around the world. Teams participate by serving in one of the 12 villages where Mission of Hope partners with local Haitian churches to seek to meet both the physical and spiritual needs of the villages. This trip is for ages 6 and up.
July 7-21 | Leader: Matt Bifulco | firstname.lastname@example.org
This team will be partnering with missionary Tori Rasmussen to evangelize and do work projects in villages of Tanzania. Tori has committed his life to doing ministry on the island of Mafia, Tanzania. Ministry includes distributing one Arabic & Swahili Bible for each house in all the neighborhoods in the main town of Kilindoni, helping to improve the conditions of the mission base in Kilindoni by engaging in construction-related works around the base, and hosting a soccer tournament involving all of the villages on the Island of Mafia. Last year on this trip, 2,160 families were given Children’s Swahili Action Bibles. In addition to this, 20 people gave their lives to Jesus for the first time (6 adults and 14 children). This trip is for ages 18 and up.
June 4-11 | Leader: Matt Higgins | email@example.com
This team will be partnering with missionary Cindy Sharpless, evangelizing in the villages of Honduras. In Honduras, most children are only offered an education up to 6th grade, 72% of the children live in extreme poverty, most girls are pregnant at 14, and unemployment is over 38%. This team will join with full-time missionaries ministering at the Instituto El Rey in Rio Viejo to provide an opportunity for quality education in a Christian environment, reaching the poor in rural villages of the Cangrejal Valley with the hope of Christ.
JUNE 16-23 | Leader: NICOLE KONEMANN | nkonemann@SEU.edu
This team will be partnering with missions organization 410 Bridge to evangelize and perform a variety of different projects across Guatemala. 410 Bridge seeks to enable the self-developing capabilities of the people that they encounter in each community. Our team will have the opportunity to visit one of these communities and assist on some of these projects.
GOSPEL INC. MEN'S BIBLE STUDY
A group of men will lead a Bible study for the residents of Gospel, Inc.’s Halfway House. There is a curriculum for the teaching that participants will simply follow and teach from. This is a time primarily to build relationship and mentor men in recovery.
PARKER STREET AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
Participants will help lead activities and will primarily build relationships with the students at Parker Street Ministries. Participants may lead extracurricular classes such as fitness/sports, arts, cooking, music, etc.
FBCH COMPASSION CENTER
Florida Baptist Children’s Home receives donations of all sorts every day. Participants of this group will have the opportunity to volunteer in their brand new Compassion Center to help organize these donations. Participants will also get a chance to tour the campus and meet some of the children.