Works of Grace
For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.
Works of Grace is a WNC community care initiative. Works of Grace is a field ministry that reaches out and provides gifts of assistance to those in the community who need help. From minor home maintenance and management to around town transportation to social engagement, Works of Grace cares to help.
This community care initiative is created to help those in transitional life situations in hopes that care and assistance may lessen their load and improve their quality of life. Qualified individuals are those dealing with challenging issues that range due to a variety of causes. See a complete list below of those that qualify for the program and simple directions on how you can nominate if you think someone would benefit from this type of care outreach.
Works of Grace is always looking for individuals and groups that are heart led to help with the field ministry work. If you or a group you are part of would like to learn more about volunteer opportunities with Works of Grace, please connect with us by clicking the blue button directly below.
The Mission of
Works of Grace
is to glorify and honor
God’s people by
imitating God’s love
through providing gifts of care and assistance to those who are living through challenging life situations
in hopes of improving the quality of life
for those individuals.
Who We Care For
Those special people in the community who are over the age of 65.
Those who have lost a spouse or life partner.
Mothers and/or fathers who have a newborn or preemie baby.
Mothers and/or fathers who are getting on their feet after a recent divorce or loss of spouse/partner.
Those managing an illness or have a child, parent or spouse managing an illness.
Immediate family members who are dealing with the recent loss of a loved one.
Individuals participating in an addiction or depression recovery program.
Individuals living with special needs including their family members living in the home.
Parents or guardians who are supporting a troubled child or teen.