SALT & LIGHTYOU ARE THE SALT OF THE EARTH AND THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD
SALT & LIGHT COMMUNITY
Are you trying to figure out the best way to share Jesus in your life (family, friends, neighbors, etc.) or do you have a ministry idea? You should jump into a Salt and Light gathering. Quarterly we meet to bounce ideas off of one another, talk about the struggles of sharing Jesus with those who don’t yet know Him, and explore the best practices of others who are thinking similarly to you.
SO THAT WE CAN DO
Ever been in a conversation and not know how to respond to a spiritual question? Excited about Jesus but don’t know how to talk about it? Do you ever get a feeling that you should talk about Jesus with a stranger but can’t find the words? Wish you could help people find faith in God but don’t know where to start? Having Jesus Conversations is harder for more people than you might think.
Jump into this 5-week group where we will discuss ways to share your story, how to share your faith with others, and how to create lasting relationships in order to do so.
JOIN A TEAM
There are needs in our community and we have the resources to help with those needs. We can be the bridge that helps a parent keep their job, an individual have safe, reliable transportation, relieve the burden of yardwork for a widow, or finish tasks for an organization that enables them to further their ministry. We want to connect with others and our communities by meeting these tangible needs.
Sign up for one of the workdays to be a part of creating change.
Life happens and unexpected things come up all of the time. As the church, we are passionate about helping people through unique hardship and unforeseen events. The Needs Response Team is a team of people that respond to needs, that fit within their skill set, on a rotational basis. This is a really tangible way to serve people of Grace that are in need.
To learn more about the team, let us know your skill set by filling out the form below.
Do you have a ministry idea or have questions about being salt and light? We would love to hear about it!