Mission & Outreach
Abundant Grace recognizes the importance in being connected with the greater Body of Christ – other ministries with whom we can partner in reaching both our community and the world. Our desire is to be effective in seeing the Gospel going out from our church in any way possible.
Here are some of the ministries with whom we are involved on a regular basis:
A practical way that Abundant Grace reaches out to our community is by providing a food pantry to help meet the most basic need of individuals or families – food. If you know of someone that needs assistance, please have them email Raven@352church.com.
one body. one mission. one hundred.
1HUNDRED forges strength and fortitude in solidarity. Through fitness training, education, and camaraderie, we serve those in pursuit of health. We accept nothing less than maximum effort. We keep it 1HUNDRED.
Colossians 3:23 – For more information CLICK HERE.
The call to see churches in every region is our heart. Having planted out one church in our history, AGCC helps in every way possible to see church planters receive support, including our taking part in meeting the initial financial needs or by sending needed resources like sound or office equipment.
AGCC supports this outstanding ministry here in Gainesville. Sira has reached out to countless women, offering comfort and support since 1974. They work hard to give young women the opportunity to make informed and educated choices regarding issues such as crisis pregnancy, family planning, and needed medical services.
AGCC also supports Created Gainesville, a group that works to equip women with the tools needed for independence, sustainability, and greater opportunity by providing awareness, education, and prevention to end the injustice of sex trafficking and sexual exploitation.
EXTRA LOCAL MINISTRIES
The Navigators is a is a ministry marked foremost by its mission to love and serve Christ through discipleship—a call to discover life to the fullest. By teaching the life-giving application of Scripture in daily life, The Navigators’ goal is to carry forward Christ’s instructions to make disciples who in turn make other disciples. We support Ben Burchardi and Kyle Kozloski, both have been members of AGCC. Kyle is in leadership on the FSU Campus and Ben is in leadership on the GA Tech Campus. Right now more than 21.6 million students on college campuses across the nation are learning the ideas and values that will form the cornerstone that the rest of life will build on. Many are spiritually hungry for truth. By carrying out The Navigators mission of discipleship, both Kyle and Ben’s desire is to see students place Christ as the cornerstone of their life.
Restored Hope Network is an inter-denominational membership governed network dedicated to restoring hope to those broken by sexual and relational sin, especially those impacted by homosexuality. We proclaim that Jesus Christ has life-changing power for all who submit to Christ as Lord; we also seek to equip His church to impart that transformation.