GraceChurch of Columbia supports missionary efforts through the Cooperative Program, the Columbia Metro Association, and by taking special offerings (such as the Lottie Moon Offering and the Annie Armstrong Offering.) We also directly support several missionaries affiliated with our membership - locally, in the states, and internationally. Scroll below to meet them. Please, keep their ministries in your prayers!
Ezekiel Ministries exists to share the love and truth of Jesus to families in inner-city Columbia. They do this by providing tangible help in the areas of education and family literacy. Ezekiel’s two main programs are an after-school program and a mentoring program for under-resourced children.
Ezekiel's after school program meets in the facilities of Grace Church of Columbia. Their long term goals are to strengthen the family structure and help families break the cycle of generational poverty. They focus on academics, character development, spiritual wellness, and teamwork.
For more information, visit ezeministries.org.
Christi is a Cru staff member at the University of South Carolina ministering to college students. (Formerly Campus Crusade.) She is also an active member of GraceChurch.
Support Christi at www.give.cru.org/0589303
Learn more about the various Cru ministries around USC's campus at carolinacru.com.
Click here for Christi's recent newsletter. (Sept 19)
Eric and Faith together with Jake, Owen, and Titus, support disciple-making English teachers in Thailand.
Abeneazer, Jessie, Daniel and Sophia
Serve in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Currently stateside at CIU for extended education.
To receive their newsletters and join their prayer team, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To partner financially, visit
or send checks to:
Equip Inc, PO Box 1126 Marion, NC 28752
Al and Lisa Gemmen, along with their four children (Josiah, Gideon, Falande and Sonia) minister to the residents of Little Haiti in the Miami, FL area.
Tom and Charissa Sylvia and their children, Evie and Miles, live and work on the Mexican border in El Paso, Texas. The combined metro area of El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico is home to over three-million Hispanics, college students and military families stationed in the city at Fort Bliss.
The Sylvia’s are completing a two-year internship and language study program before launching Border City Church in the spring of 2020. To receive their monthly newsletter or find out how to give a tax-deductible donation through The Pillar Network please email email@example.com.