Grace seeks to serve those living in Nashville. We look for strategic areas and partners in the city for the purpose of advancing the gospel, and we encourage our members to get involved in the ministry opportunities we have identified below.

Grace Partnership Initiatives

Other Ways to Serve Nashville

Begin Anew (formerly Christian Women’s Job Corp)
Begin Anew is a life-changing community offering Bible study and encouragement. They provide a faith-based adult educational program offering GED, English (ESL), and computer & job skills classes to empower individuals to overcome the obstacles caused by poverty.
Contact: Lauren Christians

Charis Ministries
Charis “Brings the Gospel in a Food Box” by providing food assistance to any caller in the Nashville area who needs help when an unexpected shortfall arises.
Contact: Chris Smeltzer

First Friends
First Friends facilitates cross-cultural exchange through friendship, connecting Vanderbilt University international students with Americans on and off campus.
Contact: Kay Eaves

Hope Clinic for Women
Hope Clinic for Women is a faith-based, safe and confidential place for anyone dealing with unplanned pregnancies, prevention, pregnancy loss (miscarriage, stillbirth, infant death, or abortion), and postpartum depression.
Contact: Alyssa Hasty

Nashville Rescue Mission
Nashville Rescue Mission seeks to help the hurting of Middle Tennessee by offering food, clothing, and shelter to the homeless, and recovery programs to those enslaved in life degrading problems.

Project Connect
Project Connect Nashville is a Christian charitable organization leading the vulnerable towards hope and intentional living through purposeful relationship and collaboration with the community, churches and other charitable organizations with the intent to interrupt the cycles of economic, cultural and spiritual poverty.
Contact: Alan Murdock

Siloam Family Health Center
The medical staff and volunteers at Siloam share the love of Christ by serving those in need through health care. Many of their patients are underserved and culturally marginalized.
Contact: Wes Harrell

World Relief
In community with local churches, World Relief envisions the most vulnerable people transformed economically, socially, and spiritually.
Contact: Fady Al-Hagal