Being the Church in Cleveland

Grace Communion Cleveland is still finding ways to be the church during this time of shelter in place and Covid-19.

Being compliant with restrictions and for the safety of our congregation, our ministry team decided to make monthly monetary donations to local community food banks. We continue dropping off a meal and needed supplies once each month to a domestic violence shelter that houses about 30 women and children. We alternate between purchasing meals and cooking the main dishes.

For the month of July, our local school district received a farm to family grant. Cars line up each Thursday to pick up a box or two for their family. We are using this time to help our families in the community and in our church who could use this gift of fresh produce. They are allowing us to take as many boxes as we need.

To God be the Glory! God never stops working and we are trying our best to pay attention to the movement of his Holy Spirit.

 

Pastor Tamar Gray
Grace Communion Cleveland

 

One thought on “Being the Church in Cleveland”

  1. Helping the Community praise to your church. I love this service in action helping the people.

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