Appalachian Service Project

A team from Grace goes to Appalachia every summer to serve through volunteer home repair.

Boys and Girls Club

The Boys and Girls Club at Grace have activities as announced for children grades 1-5 and their families.

Congregational Care Team

This ministry schedules visits to persons in the hospital; elderly persons in the hospital, retirement communities, or at home; and special situations such as persons in crisis—health, emotional or spiritual. Contact the coordinator if you are aware of a need.

Grace Mennonite Fellowship Learning Center

Since 1999, Grace Mennonite Fellowship has partnered with Rev. Larry and Ruth Vitor to support a learning center in the Philippines. The regular school year starts in June and ends in March with summer class during April and May. The students range in age from 3-5 years old. Sponsors of the school are paired with a student who is currently attending the learning center and giving mainly supports the teachers’ salaries

Highland Retreat Summer Camp Scholarships

All children who would like to attend summer camp should be able to do so! And Grace is willing to help make that possible for every family. Scholarships are available for campers going to Highland Retreat. Grace’s camperships will match your deposit. Simply enter the appropriate code during registration. The code can be obtained by contacting the church office. You do not need to turn in an invoice to the church office. Contact the church office with questions or if additional assistance is needed. The money to fund camp scholarships comes from the coin offering, and Highland Retreat matches 50% of Grace’s contribution, up to $50, so our funds go a long way! There is also a $50 discount for multiple siblings. If you want to know more about Highland Retreat, talk to a camper who has been there, contact the church office, or go to

Lacey Spring Community Food Pantry

Our food pantry is open every Monday of the month from 4-6pm. The fourth Monday of each month is a USDA pantry, which requires individuals to be registered for USDA products. The other Mondays are open to anyone who is in need. Our pantry offers frozen meats, frozen bread and sweets plus fresh produce items. The full pantry USDA offers dry goods and canned goods. Our mission is to help eliminate hunger in the surrounding area by providing residents in need, with programs that provide food, promote the value of good nutritional living, to provide opportunity for basic health care check-ups and instill hope for all who enter. Contact Kay Kibler for more information or to volunteer.

LSES Backpack Ministry

A group meets to fill backpacks with food, which is given to children in need at Lacey Spring Elementary School to take home over the weekend.

Meals Ministry

The Meals Ministry provides meals for individuals or families who need assistance in times of illness, grief, new baby, or other situations. If you would like to help when meals are needed for those at Grace, contact Diane Oswald.

Men's Discovery Bible Study

Men's DBS meets on Wednesday morning at 10am in the library, across from the office.  Talk to Pastor David if you have questions.

Small Groups

Grace has many small groups that meet on a regular basis. Contact Teresa Shifflett if you are interested in joining or starting a group.

Women of Grace/Sewing Circle

Women of Grace meet the second Thursday of the month at the church to quilt. Come any time after 8:30 a.m. and bring a potluck dish to share.

Women's Fellowship

Women's Fellowship meets the third Thursday of the month at various restaurants at 11:30 a.m. Watch the bulletin for location, all ages welcome!

Youth Group

The Youth Group is active and gets together at various time throughout the month. Contact Youth Pastor LaShonda Russell for dates and times. This is for our Jr. and Sr. High. See the church calendar for other events as planned.