Our goal is to have influence locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally.
19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
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York City School District
A. Parent café (once a month 1 hour at 4 schools)
B. Parent Mentoring (as requested by parents)
C. Unstuck with Middle School Students (8-week course for one hour)
D. Musicals (varies because other volunteers involved but no more than 2 hours per week)
E. Assemblies (once a month for 2 hours at 2 schools)
F. Park clean-up (bi-annually on Saturday morning for 3 hours)
G. Ferguson clean-up (as needed, maybe once a year for 3 hours)
H. Painting at Hannah Penn
Halloween Sign Up. 25 Neighborhoods. Families join with families.
White Deer Run Treatment Center
Hannah Penn School Store items.
Bring non parishible food items, paper products and toiletries to Counseling and Community area in Atrium.
Pastor Bob is on staff here at Grace Fellowship and one of his roles is heading up local missions.
The Northwest Neighborhood Association (serving the northwest corner of the city of York) is a community-owned initiative that is organized and maintained by Grace Fellowship and Pastor Bob is currently serving on it's board.
Within the Northwest Neighborhood, evangelism and discipleship happens through Bible Studies, outreach events in the community, inviting people to attend Grace, and targeting different age groups and their interests.
Relationship building with young people and their parents occurs at Ferguson K-8 school and by door-to-door visitation.
If you desire to serve in local missions, please contact Pastor Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org. There are many opportunities and skill levels needed to keep our local missions functioning.
Grace Fellowship Church
1405 Seven Valleys Road
York, PA 17408
Katallaso in Greek means reconciliation. At Katallasso Family Health Center (FHC), reconciliation is at the core of what they aspire to do. By building trust through aggressively sought out relationships, they work to help people reconcile with God, family, Church and neighborhood, using a biblical model. They believe that these four relationships, fully functioning together, allow people to live a fulfilled life and stretch a person beyond one's current capabilities. This is done through the vehicle of healthcare and wellness programs.
Katallasso Family Health Care Center
38 South Belvidere Street
York, PA 17408
Doretta is 90 years young and has been serving as a missionary for 66 years! Doretta serves with TIME Ministries (and has done so for the last 20 years) to help with the hosting of groups of people from the States as they go to help national pastors in the work of construction, evangelism, and discipleship.
Address: 3113 Ocian Dr.
Corpus Christi, TX 78404
Scott and Ali are Pioneers missionaries from Grace Fellowship. They recently moved from Ikotos, South Sudan, Africa to Orlando, Florida! While in Ikotos, they supported the local church, helping it to become healthy and balanced. They discipled young people from all over the region and ministered to families in their community. Now that they are in Orlando, they will be recruiting, mentoring, and sending college aged kids to work on a short-term basis with full-time Pioneers missionaries all over the world. They are having a huge impact all over the globe! Check out more on their blog!
6004 Bent Pine Drive #2420
Orlando, FL 32822
Grace Fellowship supports missionaries who are serving in the Middle East. For their protection their names are unlisted. Please lift them up in prayer as they live out their faith for Jesus amongst danger every day.
John and Ronda Lennon serve with their family in Quito, Ecuador. They are serving with an ABWE team as church planters. The past year they have been transitioning into life in Ecuador after serving 18 years in Paraguay. They hope to establish a strong national church by leading people to Christ, discipling them, and guiding them in leadership skills so that they too can go and make disciples. John has been preaching in the church and mentoring a couple of young missionaries. Ronda is focusing on developing relationships and is teaching at MK school.
E-mail John & Ronda
Alliance Academy International
Dan and Rachel have been enthusiastically married since 1980. They have three adult children and five grandchildren. They have served in Austria since 1989 as partners with Austrian Evangelical Churches to help develop and multiply churches that impact both individuals and cities. They were on a team with national believers that planted an active and influential church in Vienna, which Dan pastored until the end of 2016.
Dan has served as the leader of TEAM Austria since 1996. He contributes to church multiplication and unity through home missions involvement with two Austrian free church denominations and the Evangelical Alliance of Austria. Together, Dan and Rachel have been discipling couples for over 20 years through marital and premarital counseling. Rachel is one of the founders of a ministry to men and women in prostitution and victims of human trafficking (Herzwerek/Heartworks).
Dan and Rachel are passionate about the Church being at the center of God’s redeeming kingdom activity around the world, with discipleship as its motor and justice as part of the Good News to live and proclaim.
Knoedelhuetten Str. 46/1
1140 Vienna/ Austria