We were made to love


No one is insignificant. Everyone matters. Each of us has gifts and skills entrusted to us for the glory of God and the good of others. As we pour ourselves out in love and service, God meets our emptiness with His fullness. His grace redirects our hearts from an inward-focus to an other-orientation. Check out which areas of service you connect best with:


On a given Sunday, up to 45 volunteers come together to make church happen. It’s a great way for people in our community to strike their own personal vibrant chord in the church. Some roles are behind-the-scenes, while others are ideal for those who love to engage with people directly. Find out more about each role below and email the main contact directly or fill out the volunteer form at the bottom of the page.









GraceKids is the nursery, preschool, and children’s ministry of our church. Our aim is to work alongside parents in showing children the love Jesus has for them and helping them to trust him with their lives. We do this through Bible teaching, fun activities, and loving and engaged volunteers.

The GraceKids program is two-fold: Preschool and Elementary.The Preschool program is open to any child, ages 0-5. The children are split into three to four classes, depending on service: a 0-12 months, 12-24 months, 2’s class and 3-5’s class. The Elementary program is for children in Kindergarten through 5th grade. Those classes are split into small groups for grades K/1st, 2nd/3rd, and 4th/5th. We use a curriculum from Orange in all of our classes from 2’s to 5th grade.

We’re always on the lookout for people to serve in various positions with the children each Sunday. To volunteer with GraceKids, fill out our volunteer form or email Sarah Dellenbach ( for Nursery & Preschool or Allison Quick ( for volunteering with Elementary.



Our mission at GraceTeens is to create a supportive, fun-loving environment where our teens are deeply known and cared for—where they can encounter the gospel firsthand in community with families, leaders, and one another. To that end, we are always on the hunt for compassionate adults who feel called to pour into the next generation of God’s people. Volunteering can take many forms, from serving as an individual mentor, to hosting small-group movie nights, to grilling at one of our cookouts!

If you feel led to serve the GraceTeens ministry or would like to learn more, contact Director Abby Dennison ( We would love to hear from you!



Grace Cares is a group with the goal of sharing the hope of Jesus by serving those in need in our local community, and exploring what it means to extend God’s justice and mercy to the marginalized. We are looking to bring together people who are already involved in local ministry as well as others interested in learning more, and to identify practical ways that people at Grace can serve to meet tangible needs in the community. This will be primarily through partnering with existing ministries although we welcome other initiatives. We plan to gather to dialogue, pray, and seek God as we look at what it means to Go and serve, as well as explore topics including poverty, race, and human trafficking.


Volunteer by using your vocational skills to help Grace with defined, one-time projects! Below is a brief list of projects we’re looking for help with. If you’re interested in learning more, or have a suggestion for how you can pitch in with your skills and interests, contact Grant Duncan.