Life Connect Community
Reaching Life Goals though Supportive Relationships and Practical Services.
- For individuals and families experiencing financial and other life challenges
- Six-month supportive services for Douglas and Arapahoe County residents
- Personal life coach sessions every two weeks on-site or in the home
- On-going financial support and assistance to gain financial stability
- Monthly Wed dinner with childcare and speakers from 5:30-7 PM (Feb 16, Mar 23, April 20)
- Community advocacy and referrals, resources, supplies, and more
We also are interviewing for Life Connect Volunteers! Volunteer Roles: Life Coach, Life Advocate (Table Host), Meal Services, Prayer, Childcare, Resource Pantry, and Administration. Service opportunities include ongoing training and support!
To participate or volunteer, please link below.
GRACE CHAPEL OUTREACH
Grace Chapel has long term relationships with key inner-city ministries, working among the poor, homeless, refugees and ex- offenders, they offer needed supplies, hope and encouragement. We offer many volunteer opportunities for those who have a burden to help the poor and needy.
For the last 20 plus years we have served in three countries in West Africa Benin, Burkina Faso and Niger. Our current focus is community development centered around a church. We help fund a church building, new solar power well, schools and a clinic. The community develop a plan with the pastor. Community outreach takes place as the project is being completed . These projects make for wonderful short-term trips. All our partners in West Africa are nationals which remain our primary focus for partnerships.
Grace has been involved in this area for over 20 years. As a Muslim country With very few believers , this area remains basically unreached. Our focus is on personal relationships in rural areas, visiting schools, Community projects and sharing the love of our Lord we are able. This area is a great spot for short term teams. Another vision for N Africa is to work with believers in El Salvador to raise up workers that would move to N Africa to serve.
Lebanon has been in the news a lot these days with the recent riots and major explosion in the port area of Beirut. Less known is the ongoing corruption and staggering economic crisis which hangs over the whole country like a wet blanket. Inflation is crippling the country making life incredibly difficult. Our three national partners and their teams soldier on with the same determination to reach the lost in all walks of life. The 2 million Syrian refugees in Lebanon remain a huge burden for our partners. We help as the Lord enables. Lord Willing Trips will be starting up again in the fall.
February Outreach Newsletter
The Initiative Partner’s Responsibilities Form
Evaluation of Outreach Goals
Outreach Support Application