Local Outreach

Love others, as I have loved you

John 15:12

In serving different populations within our local community, our teams share the love of Jesus with others while growing in their own faith.  Community outreach enables people to build new relationships and grow in their faith while serving those in need. 

WARM (Worcester Area Refugee Ministry)

WARM helps refugees settle into their new homes and lives in Worcester.  There are many ways to befriend those newly arriving in our community.  Teams regularly assist with setting up apartments, moving furniture and providing basic items necessary for a new household (baby items, kitchen items, etc.).  Individuals from Grace are invited to join WARM in their efforts to support refugee families. If you would like to learn more or are interested in serving with WARM please email the church at

Stay ‘N Play

Stay ‘N Play is a playgroup for children ages 0-5 and their caregivers. It meets inside every Wednesday from 9:30 - 11:30 AM. Stay 'N Play offers a variety of individual play stations, a circle time, and a craft station. Non-mobile infants are welcome. Please register below to find out more information and have the latest updates.

Stay ‘N Play

Stay ‘N Play is a playgroup for children ages 0-5 and their caregivers. It meets every Wednesday from 9:30 - 11:30 AM from September to May.  Stay 'N Play offers a variety of activity rooms, a circle time, a craft station and a snack time. The group averages between 100-150 people weekly, with parent, grandparents and nannies from Grace and from the community coming together to play, sing and have fun! 

Our Father's Table

Every other month, a team from Grace serves a meal for people in need at Our Father’s Table, a soup kitchen in Marlborough. Our Father’s Table serves a large number of low income women, children, families and veterans. If you'd like to learn more or you're interested in serving with Our Father's Table please email us at 

Builders for Christ

Builders for Christ sends construction teams to churches in need of repairs or renovations every summer. Individuals with or without construction skills comprise the teams, with families often serving together. Trips are typically a week in length. Past teams have traveled to churches in Michigan, Texas and Connecticut. Stay tuned for the next project.