Paducah Lifeline Ministries
Paducah Lifeline Ministries and Ladies Living Free offer Christ-centered recovery programs to help men and women overcome life-controlling problems so they can bring stability to their homes and communities.
Grace Fellowship meets, alternating monthly, with Lifeline and Ladies Living Free to provide a meal and a time of fellowship, sharing, prayer, love, and support. The vision for Grace’s involvement is not only to be friends to the men and women in the programs, but to become a long-term support community, a family, and a home church for those in the programs as well as former participants.
Oak View Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
It is the mission of Oakview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center as a family-based organization to revolutionize the healthcare industry through a culture of resident healthcare services and real quality of life initiatives.
Grace Fellowship visits Oakview every Tuesday evening at 6:30 PM for a short service and a time to simply develop relationships with the residents.
The Cornerstone Foundation
Located on the north coast of Honduras, Loma De Luz was originally started in 1992 as a missions hospital to serve the people of Honduras. While the hospital is still the main hub of the operation, many additional ministries have been started in an effort to effectively reach their community with the good news of Jesus.
Their mission is sharing the love and compassion of Jesus Christ in our community. By providing for those who cannot provide for themselves, they, in essence, are providing as if for Jesus (Matthew 25:40); this is the focus of their entire mission. There is absolutely no cost for the meal or the clothing. The Community Kitchen feeds an average of 900 people per week.
Grace Fellowship volunteers the first Monday of every month. We typically need 8 volunteers each time we serve. Hours are from 8:30-1:00 p.m. Shifts can be split up if needed.
Paducah Cooperative Ministry
Paducah Cooperative Ministry is an inter-faith ministry founded in 1973 by and for local congregations. They seek to do God’s work with human hands by drawing together individuals and congregations to respond to basic human needs and conditions.
On a quarterly basis, Grace Fellowship collects a given category of food or clothing, then donates the collected items to PCM.