A low-income housing ministry started by Grace and Peace in 1976 and now includes several other churches. It now has 35 units of housing mostly on Etzel Ave. in St. Louis city. For more information, please visit them.
Our Food Pantry Bible study meets the first and third Wednesday of the month from 12:30 to 1:30 pm in the basement fellowship hall at Grace and Peace.
First and third Wednesdays
Bible study and lunch 12:30 -1:30
Food distribution 1:30 to 2:30
Second Wednesday 6 to 7
Fourth Saturday 11 to noon
Guests and leaders study God's Word together as they share a meal. Prayer requests and food requests are taken and the food is given to those who need it. This is open to all who are in need on a first come-first serve basis. Enter at the Clara (side) church door. Please contact the church office at 314-367-8959 for additional details.
To prepare for the annual rummage sale to benefit the shelter, the Bible study and Pantry are closed for the month of August.
“…go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” -Matthew 28:18-20
We at Grace and Peace Fellowship believe that all Christians are called to help spread God’s word through the support of missionaries. Grace and Peace currently support missionaries in North and South America, Africa, and Europe. In the past, we have supported missionaries in Asia as well.
Grace and Peace’s mission to help missionaries is partly realized through the work of the Global
The GOC’s mission is to:
The difficulties young urban men face are daunting. Violence, despair within and without, fatherlessness, poor choices, racism
In his flight from the homicidal desires of King Saul, young David fled to the Cave of Adullam, not far from Bethlehem about 3,000 years ago. It was at this cave site that “…those who were in distress or in debt or discontented gathered around him, and he became their leader.” (I Samuel 22:2, NIV). David we are
How does Adullam seek to reach out to young men? The center of the action is men building personal relationships of love and trust with other men. One way we hope to facilitate friendships with those participating in the Adullam ministry is by forming “units” around areas of common interests (for example film, cooking, basketball, etc). Not only will such uniting around common interests hopefully encourage friendships. It will also produce opportunities wherein the participants of the Adullam ministry might be able to serve each another. Our first up and running unit is centered around film, led by Sylvester Jacobs, 40 years a professional photographer. Sylvester is passionate about having young men work together to produce quality videos for an array of needs in St. Louis.
This work would eventually involve addressing the typical needs of urban men: education and work, money management, dealing with anger, caring well for the women and children in their lives, and so on. The goal of this ministry is to love the young men of our city in concrete ways. We will long for them to follow Christ Jesus with us. But we will equally love those men too who do not believe but do desire healthy friendships with other men.
God loves people! So petitioning him to redeem the lives of young men is the most important thing that any supporter of this ministry can do. Every believer in Jesus has access to God through prayer. If Adullam is to have the restoring power that we desire to see it have in young men’s lives, the God of the universe must accomplish the healing.
The Adullam ministry is looking for people who will partner with us financially. If you would like to contribute to this ministry financially please write a check payable to Grace & Peace Fellowship. Please write “Adullam on the memo line of your check and mail to 5574 Delmar Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63112.
You can help support Adullam by letting people you know who might be interested
If you have a skill that you think the men in this ministry might enjoy learning from you, perhaps you should consider being one of our “unit leaders”. If you want to explore serving in this capacity or have
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