The Outreach Commission supports the spread of the Gospel through church planting and other ministries, from Philadelphia to the nations of the world, with a particular focus on those living in areas which are not yet reached by the Gospel.
We have been blessed with a great property in order to advance the Gospel in our neighborhood, to our city, and to the ends of the earth. But this requires regular maintenance and upkeep.
On Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. during the school year, members of our church serve in Sunday School for grades K-5, so that children can learn what it means to love, trust, and follow Jesus.
Hospitality is key to our community. From making coffee, to organizing post-service snacks, to providing meals for members in need, there are many ways we can extend the love and hospitality of Jesus.
Prison ministry members seek to fulfill the Biblical call to “proclaim liberty to the captives” and “remember those who are in prison” by sharing the gospel with inmates in the Philadelphia Prison System.
Every summer, Grace and Peace runs an all-day, month-long camp that teaches children about Jesus and provides them with food and a safe place to be. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 we have cancelled this year’s Summer Camp. We look forward to Camp again in the summer of 2021!
We want all who walk into Grace and Peace Community Church to sense the warmth and welcome of Jesus. One way this can happen is through our Sunday greeters and welcoming team.
Musical worship is central to the life of the church. Every Sunday, our musicians help us glorify God in song and proclaim the Gospel to ourselves and each other.
We provide nursery care for children three and under as a service to parents so they can receive the Word of God each Sunday during worship.
Collecting offerings and meeting the general needs of the congregation throughout the entire worship service are tangible and practical ways to contribute to the ministry and work of the church on Sundays.
Every Sunday night at 5:30 p.m., Grace and Peace invites all middle and high schoolers to learn more about Jesus, eat, and have fun.